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Into to human evolution exam 1

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Into to human evolution exam 1 ANTH 161 001

Nicole F Phillips
Human Origins: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology
Dr. kenneth kelly

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Human Origins: An Introduction to Biological Anthropology
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Ardipithecus ramidus Lab Assignment The discovery of Ardipithecus ramidus has prompted a significant and wide ranging re evaluation of human evolution and by extension chimpanzee evolution The following readings come from Science httpwwwsciencemagorgardipithecusl where they were published in early October 2009 Science undertook an unusual step of publishing a special issue devoted to this important fossil discovery and engaged the authors of the scientific papers to provide one page summaries of their articles that are written for the general public Your assignment is to read the introduction A New Kind of Ancestor Ardipithecus Unveiled the full article Lovejoy Reexamining Human Origins and each of the six 6 onepage summaries for your lab section this week Also you must come to section prepared with 23 talking points written down for m summary Be prepared to discuss these and to turn them in to your TA Some points to consider How do we know what environment Ar ramidus lived in and how does that knowledge change our interpretations What is the importancerole of bipedality in Ar ramidus What are the implications of the presence or absence of a honing canine How does fossil evidence of the postcranial remains affect our interpretations of the early hominine lineage These are only a few thoughts to get you started Read these closely it is unusual and exciting to be present for a biological anthropology discovery of this importance


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