ANP 206 (Sec 1): Biocultural Evolution
T TH 2:40 - 4
B119 Wells Hall
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Office: E-32 East McDonel Hall (located inside the E-37 wing of East McDonel)
Office Hours: Tuesdays 10-12
TA: Ashley Kendell <[email protected]
Dr. Gabriel Wrobel
Constructing the Biological Profile in Physical Anthropology
Guest Lecturer: Ashley Kendell
Part 1: Introduction to Forensic Anthropology and the Biological Profile.
WHAT IS A TRAIT?
does it have to be visible (phenotype)? A specific
structure? Does it have to be something that is
selected for or against by natural selection?
Think of some examples.
WHAT IS A GENE?
are traits the same
The study of humans
Biocultural in its approach
Comparative in its approach
Culture affects Biology
The process of successful inter
s Microevolution: changes of allele
frequency in a population from
one generation to the next.
Lecture 3: Population Genetics
What is a
s Breeding Population: the proportion
of a population that chooses mates