Which epoch has been called the Ice Age?
What happened to the climate in Africa during glacial periods?
More arid, rainfall increased
What was found at Schoeningen that challenged some assumptions about the hunting capabilities of
The 9 (of 22) amino acids that must be obtained from the food we eat because they are not
synthesized in the body in sufficient amounts. (347)
1. The human brain reaches 95 percent of its adult size by what
1. Categorizing people on the basis of skin color: has a long history and has been practiced
by many peoples.
2. Deterministic (or racist) views concerning human variation were once or presently held
by all of the following except: biologists
3. What is t
1. Which of the following has not been proposed as a model to explain the origin of
modern Homo sapiens? Separate origins in Africa and Australia with migrations from
both these areas to displace all other populations. (284-286)
2. Researchers have recent
The most obvious feature of Homo erectus that differs from both
early Homo and Homo sapiens is cranial size
The fossil remains at Zhoukoudian were unique because they All of these choices.
3. True. Discoveries in Dmanisi in the Republic of Georgia have pu
Although I do not agree with your answer regarding the issue of who painted the caves, I really
like your arguments to support this question. As you stated in your answer, it was believed that
men were the only ones creating all of the caves art, bu
The oldest New World primate fossil was found in Bolivia and dates to the
Given the newest dates for the Ngandong Homo erectus material on Java, it is
possible that Homo erectus could have existed contemporaneously with Homo
2 / 2 pts
Evolution can be described as a two-stage process that includes which of the
Mutation and polygenic inheritance only
Independent assortment and recombination only
Production and redistribution of variation
The author claims that the consumption of meat and marrow from large animals is the first major
evolutionary change in human diet because before incorporating these to their diet, they would
eat plants, flowers, insects, etc. She stays that our ancestors
1. Discuss in detail the features of Lucys anatomy that were adapted for tree-climbing.
As discussed in our textbook and many other sources, Lucy was bipedal. However, there
are some features that were adapted from tree climbing. It is suggested that her