Modern Human Diversity a. Skin color and natural selection Pigmentation linked to hair loss Melanin, nature's sunscreen Folate Vitamin D b. Body shape and size 1. Bergmann's Rule - body shape & size and temperature 2. Allen's Rule - body limbs and tempera
Chemicals in Everyday Life: What Are They and How Do We Know? Introduction Objective: To observe some reactions of common substances found around the home and to learn how to identify them. Introduction Qualitative analysis is the area of chemistry concer
1Natural Selection Summary
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection or The Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life Summary of Darwin's theory of evolution through natural selection: 1. Despite the many similarities of individu
Session 1 Chapter 11: 1) What are the different types of degrees of freedom?
2) How do you increase a molecule's energy of motion?
3) What are the four types of intermolecular forces? a.
4) Determine the kinds of intermolecular forces that are pr
I. The Scope of Anthropology A. The Sacred Cross of Anthropology (through time (diachronic) and across space (synchronic) 1. Characteristics of culture a. Shared b. Learned c. Based on symbols d. Integrated e. Dynamic 2. Cultural systems a. Superstructure
Micro and Macro Evolution 1. Microevolution - Population Genetics genotype, 2. Definitions: evolution, species, populations and gene pools, genes, alleles, phenotype 3. Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium Model a. Large populations with many variations b. No movem
Primatology 1. Our Place Among Primates a. Class - Mammals b. Subclass - Placental Mammals c. Order - Primates d. Suborder - Anthropoidea e. Infraorder - Catarrhini f. Superfamily - Hominoidea g. Family - Hominidae h. Genus - Homo i. Species - sapiens 2.
Human Evolution 1. The First Bipeds a. Pliocene (5-2 mya) and Lower Pleistocene (2-1 mya) African environments b. Definition of a hominid/hominin c. Genus Australopithecus General characteristics (8) d. Gracile Australopithecus 1. A. anamensis (4.2 - 3.9
This exam will cover from the beginning of Lecture 10 through what we cover of Lecture 13. You are responsible for everything covered, but I have tried to provide a list of the most important concepts. When studying, try to begin "at th
Laboratory Safety Each student will receive a copy of laboratory safety rules (in custom lab manual) Each student will attest by signature that he or she has read and understands the safety rules and will abide by them at all times in the lab Laboratory S