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Lecture 1: History of Evolutionary Thought (8/27)
Lecture 2: Evolution by Natural Selection (9/3)
9/8 Lecture 4: Evolutionary Principles
Lecture 5: Genetics, Cells, and Molecules 9/10
Lecture 6: Genotype to Phenotype 9/15
Lecture 7: Forces of Evolution 9/17
A comprehensive guide to Alison Brook's biological anthropology. Includes both reading and lecture notes, plus relevant graphics. This guide should be applicable to all GW biological anthro courses.
These are the notes from the first week after the exam.
Exam 2 study guide
Post exam 2, earl hominin origins
Micro lithic tools- little stones flakes of flakes important for fishing and hunting multi step time consuming process glue and adhesive to make it work Have to be embedded in something else to be useful ‘backed’ tools, harpoons, fishing spears, etc
Exam 3 Study guide Possible Hominins Sahelanthropus Tchadensis - Chad - No post crania uncertain dating - Ape-like Enamel on teeth & small brain - Hominin like not prognathic, position of Foramen magnum, & small canines Orrorin Tugenesis - Kenya - Chimpanzee sized ape, canine, thick enamel - Femoral neck suggests biped, small teeth Ardipithecus Kadabba/ramidus - Ethiopia - Multiple specimens
Notes from Lectures 1 and 2.
These are the notes for Bio Anth Week 2 discussing Darwin, Wallace and Natural Selection.
These are the notes from the first week of Biological Anthropology class so if you're joining next week or missed some slides, hopefully they will be useful.
Origins of Thought: Before Darwin
Darwin, Wallace, and Natural Selection
Notes for Week 3 from Bio Anthropology
Mendelian Inheritance, Chromosomes, & Cell Division
Cell Division Continued and Genetics II: From Genotype to Phenotype
Force of Evolution and Formation of Species notes from Week 4
Forces of Evolution and Formation of Species
Covers Chapters 1-6
Primate Adaptive Trends
Primate Behavior, Primate Diversity, and Fossils
Primate Origins and Becoming Human
Study Guide Form: Basic Notes from Class
These notes cover the lectures after our second exam. This is part 3 of our semester.
Early Hominins Part 2
Emergence of Genus Homo
The Genus Homo
Middle and Upper Pleistocene
Emergence and Dispersal of Modern Humans
These notes cover the first two lectures, and supplemented by notes from the textbook
Lecture 3: Charles Darwin
Fourth LEcture; Chromosomes and Cell Division
These are the notes from Lecture #5
These are the notes from our 6th lecture!
Lecture 7 Notes!!!
Notes from our 8th lecture, Human Variation, skin variation
Notes from our 9th lecture!
Here is every thing we have ever learned for our first exam!
The first lecture after the midterm, Lecture 10 Notes
Notes on Lecture 11
Notes from our 12th lecture in Bio Anth
Notes on our 13th Lecture
Our 15th lecture!!! Primate Diversity!!!
Our second exam's study guide
What is a human, hominins!!!
18th lecture!!! Australopiths!!
a little outline of some concepts!
These are the class notes from the very first class (Monday, August 08).
These are class notes from the first class (Monday, August 28).
These are the notes from the first class of Biological Anthropology (Monday, August 28th)
These are the notes from the first and the second class of Biological Anthropology.
Please note, there was no class on Labor Day. These are the second week's class notes.
These are the class notes from 9/11 and 9/13.
These are the Notes of Week Four. Don't forget the exam coming up!
Chapters 1-6. This includes important notes from the book as well as from the class, and don't forget to review the labs!
Don't forget to study for the Midterm!
These are the class notes of week 10/2 and 10/4-- we had no notes on the second, due to the midterm.
These are the notes from Wednesday, as we did not have a Monday class due to the Fall Break.
These are the notes from 10.16 and 10.18
Don't forget to go to the zoo for your lab!
These are the class notes of 10/23 and 10/25.
Don't forget that we have an exam on November 13th!
Our Second Exam is in Ten Days!
Please note that part of Chapter 11 may or may not be included on this exam. Please check for my notes this week to receive the rest of the lecture material that will be included! Good luck!
These are the class notes for 11/6 and 11/8.
Our second exam is this Monday! It WILL include chapter 11.1-11.4 only!
Hope you did well on that second Exam!
These are the notes for 11/15. Hope you did well on the exam!
I have included the Monday before Thanksgiving Break in this week's class notes.
Remember to email the professor if you would like to take it on the 13th, otherwise you are taking it on the 11th! Good luck!