Hard palate heterodont higher taxa homeothermic

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Hard palate Heterodont Higher taxa Homeothermic Homologies Homoplastic Kingdom Mammals Mammary glands Mandible Marsupial Notochord Order Outgroup Parallelism Phylogeny
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Phylum Placenta Placental mammals Prototherian Shared ancestral (symplesiomorphic) feature Shared derived (synapomorphic) feature Taxon Taxonomy Therian Tympanic membrane Uniquely derived (autapomorphic) feature Ventral Vertebrates
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Review session (ANTH): David Lawrence 120 10/5/2011 6:00pm to 8:00pm Petrosal bone Suborder prosimii (prosimians) Lemurs Suborder Anthropoidea (anthropoids) New World Monkey Old World Monkey Hominoids 1758 Linnaeus Lemuria Lemur/eulemur Hind-limb dominated locomotion Ring-tailed lemur – female dominant hierarchy, terrestrial Food: leaves, fruits, flowers Diurnal – major portion of activity is during the day Sexual dimorphism Pelase (fur) Dichromatic (colors), dichromatism Offspring can be a third color Mongoose lemur: carnivore that tries to kill snakes, nocturnal Comores (close to Madagascar) – islands: it is likely that French brought mongoose lemur here Bamboo lemur Lepilemur: keratinized cudpad Stomach: Cud, pouches caecotrophy procumbent – toothcomb grooming claws second pedal digit indriids daubentonia: common name: aye-aye
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Prosimians Grooming claw Lemurs Aye aye Bush babies Primates but not monkeys Anaximander All life originated from fish Homer, Herodotus, Hippocrates, Aristotle Observation of environment Aristotle Scala naturae Life organized into hierarchy
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Nocturnal Insectivorous
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