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224 Quiz 1 2012-01-11 key

224 Quiz 1 2012-01-11 key - Name Quiz 1 Written Answers(15...

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Name _____________________ Quiz 1, 2012-01-11, Written Answers (15 points, and 0.5 of total grade) Answers must be legible (0.5 points) and be limited to the space provided (0.5 points) . Answers must be in full and correct sentences (1 point) , and must be directed to answering the question (1 point) . Spelling, as long as the word is unambiguous will not be counted against you. Stilorrhea (the inordinate flowing of words from the pen) will be penalized! Answer one of the following two questions 1) Discuss the three developments in early human culture discussed in class and how these developments are thought to be related to major aspects of the domestication and development of domestic dogs and cats. 2) Discuss up to 6 types of information or evidence that informs our understanding of the canid domestication of the dog. Early developments in human culture had impact on the domestication of companion animals. During the phase of hunter gatherer activity, human’s domesticated dogs for use as hunting companions, as well as use in other aspects of life. At the time of the development of animal
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