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3-28 Notes - Lemurs , lorises, pottos Tarsiers (koala bear)...

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Notes 3-28-08 Fungi are ecologically important Dutch Elm Fungus killed our American Elms Figure 16.22- Ergots are fungal growths; produce toxins 50 parasitic fungi (on humans) Pg 334. Lichens: complete association; symbiotic relationship FDA approved leeches and blow fly larvae Human Ancestry o Pg 366 o 17.41 o Primate Phylogeny o 3 groups of primates:
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Unformatted text preview: Lemurs , lorises, pottos Tarsiers (koala bear) Anthropoids • 2 groups o Monkeys o Hominoids Our ancestors: insect-eating mammals; late cretaceous period; 65mya • Small; arboreal; limber shoulders; “good” hands; nails (not claws) binocular vision 7.42 o Apes larger than monkeys o 17.43 time line of human evolution...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BISC 104 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '06 term at Ole Miss.

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