Anthropology 102 - exam 2

Anthropology 102 - exam 2 - Anthropology 102 Introduction...

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Anthropology 102 Introduction to Human Evolution Exam 2 Review Sheet Post orbital bar Post orbital plate Ischial callosities Bilophodont molars Y-5 pattern Dental Comb Rhinarium Tapetum lucidum Knuckle walking Vertical clinging and leaping Suspensory Brachiation Arboreal quadrupedalism Primary Rainforest Secondary rainforest Terrestrial quadrupedalism Gallery forest Woodland forest Savanna Day range Home range Diurnal Nocturnal Frugivorous Folivorous Insectivorous Omnivorous Monogamous Polyandry Polygyny Polygamy Noyau Dental Formula Diane Fossey Birute Galdikas Jane Goodall Kin selection Sexual Selection philopatry Intermembral index Sagittal Crest temporalis muscle R selection K selection 1) What are the defining characteristics of the Primate order? 2) What is the difference between dividing the primates into prosimians and anthropoids vs. strepsirhines and haplorhines? 3) What are the hypotheses that explain why primates live in social groups? 4) What are the primary causes of sexual dimorphism in primates?
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 102 taught by Professor Ting during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Queens.

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