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Dneandertals

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Unformatted text preview: 
 d.
decreased
since
1900,
due
to
a
rise
in
infectious
disease.

 
 Which
of
the
following
is
NOT
an
infectious
disease?

 a.
AIDS

 b.
tuberculosis

 c.
Ebola

 d.
diabetes

 Know
the
difference
between
infectious,
chronic,
and
re­emergent
diseases.
Know
 examples
of
each.
 
 Which
skeletal
element
gives
the
most
information
about
a
species’

 capacity
for
speech?

 a.
femur

 b.
pelvis

 c.
mandible

 d.
hyoid

 If
we
had
an
ideal
fossil,
what
else
would
we
be
looking
for
to
tell
us
about
capacity
for
 speech?
 
 According
to
the
text,
the
first
hominid
to
migrate
out
of
Africa
was:

 a.
Australopithecus.

 b.
Homo
habilis.

 c.
Homo
erectus.

 d.
Neandertals.

 Don’t
confuse
this
with
the
theories
for
the
origin
of
H.
sapiens
–
be
able
to
talk
about
out
 of
Africa
and
multiregionalism
as
well!
 
 Homo
habilis
is
recognizable
by

 a.
slightly
larger
brain
than
Australopithecus

 b.
Slightly
smaller
brain
than
Australopithecus

 c.
Rugged
muscle
attachments
and
saggital
crest

 d.
Large
brain
and
orthognathic
face

 This
is
how
the
lab
information
may...
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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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