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evolution notes part 1

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Anthropology 1000
Jo Ann Phipps
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Antropology, ECU, Evoultion




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Aalyha Giles on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 002 at East Carolina University taught by Jo Ann Phipps in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Anthropology 1000 in ANTH at East Carolina University.


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Date Created: 09/20/16
Anthropology: Evolution and Human Variation Classify: System nature ● Carious Linnaeus ● Categories based on internal and external visual similarities Species>Genus>Family>Order>class>phylum>kingdom Young Earth: Archbishop James Ussher ­1650:calculated Earth was created Sunday October 23, 4004 BC (6000 yrs old) *theory of deep time ● Charles lyell> uniformitarianism (Geological process in same past and present ­Gradual model of change: slow process ● Jean Baptiste Lamarck *giraffe experiment ­saw environmental lead to biological change ­generation inherited (inheritance of acquired traits) ● Charles Darwin (doctor,lawyer,scientist) ­Similarities between galapagos mainland animals *adaptive Radiation= same ancestor evolve to adapt to habitat *DID NOT DO survival of the fittest Theory of evolution by nature ­Mechanism of change Main principles: 1. Variation exist 2. Hereditary traits 3. Reproduction success Types of natural selection: Directional­ occurs when natural selection favors one extreme of continuous variation. Over  time, the favored extreme will become more common and the other extreme will be less  common or lost. Stabilizing­ occurs when natural selection favors the intermediate states of continuous variation. Over time, the intermediate states become more common and each extreme variation will  become less common or lost.


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