Anthropology Lab notes 8/26/16
Bone Growth- Have to grow in length and circumference.
Length- Growth plates add bone stretches the bone evenly in BOTH Direction (if it does
not it messes up articulation)
Cartilaginous Disk- Between the Proximal and Dist
Anthropology Notes for Test 3
1)Why study non-human primates?
Because they are our closest living relatives
We share biochemical, anatomical and behavioral similarities
2) Primate evolutionary trends: list and describe the significance of each (cranial,
Lab notes for test number two
1)What are the building blocks of proteins? (order/type/function) Where are the
instructions that guide the manufacture of proteins found? Explain how instructions are
Control the cellular functions by carrying the in
35. when bipedalism developed in indicated a split from the ape.
40.la ferrassie- angled wear pattern on the teeth
45.Artistic skills- Perspective- use contour of walls, stencil, brushes made of feathers, twigs this
would give texture to
13 July 2015
Capuchin Monkeys: The Feral and Captive
The geographic distribution of the Capuchin monkeys are found east of the Andes from
Colombia and Venezuela all the way to Paraguay and also in N
San Joaquin Delta College Fine Arts Division Department of Music Instructor: Bob Secor
MUSIC 8 Exploring Jazz, Ragtime, and Blues
Name _ Define the following terms (Use the back side as necessary): 1. Polymeters Simultaneous sounding of two o
Marybeth Ibarrientos Professor Secor Music 8 12 April 2011 Music and Sports Music and sports are similar in several ways, for both can be performed and played in many ways possible in achieving a certain goal. In music, there are no set rules in composing
Professor Secor Music 8 2 May 2011 Charlie "Yardbird" Parker "Music is your own experience, your
own thoughts, your wisdom. If you don't live it, it won't come out your horn. They teach you there's a boundary line to mus
1) Study everything that is on your ELEMENTS OF MUSIC handout except for the following: *You do not have to remember all of the tempo markings, just try to remember LARGO and PRESTO. If you would like to use the book definitions for the terminology that i
Introduction to the 19th century (189-195 and notes) -opium, absinthe, culture, wars, (do not worry about artworks) this was all in the PowerPoint or it is in your book Lied (What is a lied? What are the 3 types of lied?) -Schubert, his life, music. -List
MUS 4: Exploring Music Instructor: Prof. Monica Ambalal Email: [email protected] Class time: 2pm -3pm MWF Classroom: Holt 213 Final Exam- MONDAY, DEC. 13th (2 3:50pm) Course description This course concentrates on the growth and development of mus
Marybeth Ibarrientos Music 4 Jazz Concert Program 10 November 2010
Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin, 1899 Take the A Train by Billy Strayhorn, 1941 Take Me For A Buggie Ride by Bessie Smith, 1925 Gimme a Pigfoot by Bessie Smith, 1933 Memphis Blues by W.C.
Marybeth Ibarrientos Music 4 Concert Report #2 17 October 2010 Stockton Symphony: Classics II As the program was about to begin, the separation of instruments by type was in use: the large amount string instruments were in the front, few of
Marybeth Ibarrientos Music 4 Concert Report #1 27 September 2010 Stockton Symphony As the program was about to begin, I noticed the separation of instruments by the type: string instruments were in the front, percussion was stage-left, woodw
Marybeth Ibarrientos Music 4 Castrati Assignment (late) 22 September 2010 Critical Thinking about Castrati While most of the men of the Baroque Era singing opera were emasculated men, they seemed to be quite dominant in their skill. Although these men see
Marybeth Ibarrientos Music 4
Britten - The Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra
August 27, 2010 In Britten's piece "The Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra," demonstrates various textures one cannot suspense. I noticed the highness and lowness of the pit
Marybeth Ibarrientos Professor Monica Ambalal Music 4 23 August 2010 Biography My name is Marybeth Ibarrientos, a graduate
from Sierra High School from Manteca, California. This is my first year attending Delta College with an interest in studying Biomedi
Test Review Baroque/Classical 1) History of the castrati 2) Opera terminology (secco/accompagnato) recitative 3) Oratorio 4) Information about the Baroque era (in class and p111) 5) basso continuo 6) doctrine of affections 7) opera 8) aria 9) overture 10)
University of California, Berkeley Commencement Convocation: Faculty Address by Professor Alan Dundes, Professor of Anthropology and Folklore 17 May 2002 Congratulations, Class of 2002, you made it! And thanks to all parents, friends, neighbors, in some c
STUDY GUIDE #3: SYMBLIC ORGANIZATION
REQUIRED READINGS: DUE DATES: *Miller, 1st part Chapt. 13 (pp.315-326) March 7/8 Holloway, Chapt. 5 ("A Coming Storm") March 10/11 Holloway, Chapt. 6 ("Cutting") March 14/15 *Miller, Chap
Unit 2 Study Guide
MILLER Core/periphery/semiperiphery Core areas monopolize the most profitable activities such as high-tech service, manufacturing, and financial activities; strongest governments, which play a dominating role in affairs of other countri
Unit 1 Study Guide: Defining Anthropology
Brief history: Malinowski & functionalism &holism linked; Boas=cultural relativism Polish-born Bronislaw Malinowski established a theoretical approach called functionalism: view that a culture is similar to a biol
Marybeth Ibarrientos Professor M. Williams Anthro 1 Spring 2011 Item 1: Filipino Lantern Star (Parol) The presented item is a symbol used as a traditional
Filipino Christmas decoration (parol) consisting of a five point-star shaped lantern.
The rituals practiced in the Miniankan culture are of several practices. When defining rituals, Miller defines ritual as a patterned behavior that has to do with the supernatural realm. There are five types of rituals: rites of intensification, seasonal r
Study Guide 5 Essay Questions When defining social stratification, Miller defines it consisting of hierarchical relations between different groups as though they were arranged in layers, or "strata." They may be considered unequal based on several account
When defining social stratification, Miller defines it consisting of hierarchical relations between different groups as though they were arranged in layers, or "strata." They may be considered unequal based on several accounts, including material resource
1. Discuss the 5 aspects of anthropological method thoroughly by applying readings (Miller, Holloway, and article), lecture, and films as fully as possible.
In cultural anthropology (the study of present day cultures), the anthropological method is used.
ANTHRO: STUDY GUIDE 5
(Miller, Chapter 6): development: Directed change to improve human welfare; focuses to prevent or reduce poverty (lack of tangible and intangible assets that contribute to life and the quality of life). Some approaches to poverty red