final exam study guide answers and guide

Final exam study guide answers and guide

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asked­
You
need
to
know
species
in
terms
of
 a
continuum:
what
is
the
chronology,
what
are
the
trends
between
species,
(i.e.
 brains
­>
bigger,
teeth
­>
smaller)
and
know
when
species
have
something
unique
 (i.e.
saggital
crest,
tool
use,
etc.)
 The
skeleton
of
bipedal
animal
would
show:

 
 a.
A
C‐shaped
spine,
foramen
magnum
on
back
of
skull
and
divergent
hallux

 b.
An
S­shaped
spine,
foramen
magnum
on
base
of
skull
and
convergent
hallux

 c.
An
S‐shaped
spine,
foramen
magnum
on
back
of
skull
and
long,
flat
illum

 d.
An
S‐shaped
spine,
no
foramen
magnum,
and
low,
rounded
illum.

 This
would
be
a
good
SA
question
for
you
to
list
skeletal
adaptations
to
bipedalism
too.
 
 A
primatologist
draws
a
map
of
the
habitats
of
two
demes
of
Lemurs.
The
habitats
do
not
 overlap
so
the
primatologist
decides
to
classify
them
as
two
different
species.
She
is
using
the:

 a.
Cladistic
species
concept

 b.
Biological
species
concept

 c.
Ecological
species
concept

 d.
Gradualism
concept

 be
...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2012 for the course ANTHROP 200 taught by Professor Laurenwinkler during the Fall '11 term at Ohio State.

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