Unit 5b Quiz
Unit 5b Quiz ANTH 1000
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Unit 5 Quiz The name for the primate group that is composed of lorises lemurs and tarsiers is Prosimians According to the chapter on ethnicity and race if a child has one black parent and one white parent in the US it would traditionally be identi ed only as black This is an example of Hypodescents Which of the following is NOT a common trait shared by all primates Tails Which of these examples can be described as an anatomical analogy Wings on insects and birds When one ethnic group overpowers another in terms of size and in uence it is called Assimilation According to Bergman s Rule a species that evolves in a hot tropical environment Will likely have What type of body shape Relatively tall and slender According to the chapter on race and ethnicity which term was considered synonymous with ethnic group but now has come to mean a state centrally organized political unit Na on Many societies use race as a means of classifying diverse groups of people but race de nitions and characteristics are often based on what that particular society believes is important Therefore there is no one de nition of race and so we describe race as a Social Construct The caste system of India is considered a closed system because You are both born into a caste and required to marry someone of the same caste Heterodont dentition refers to A variety of types of teeth
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