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Anthropology Notes Week 5

by: Annika Coley

Anthropology Notes Week 5 ANTH 1100 350

Annika Coley
University of Memphis
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Date Created: 03/06/16
Anthropology Notes – Week 5  Primate Characteristics o Limbs and locomotion  Tendency towards erect posture and occasionally bipedal walking  Flexible limb structure  Prehensile hands  5 digits  Opposable thumb and possibly opposable toe  Nails instead of claws  Tactile pads with sensory nerves at the end of digits o Diet and teeth  Lack of dietary specialization  Due to omnivorous diet – both meat and plants  Dental formula  Indicates the number of each type of teeth in the lower and upper jaw  Cusps  Bumps on the surface of premolars and molars o Senses and the brain  Diurnal  Rely on vision more than smell  Depth perception  Eyes face forward and overlap  Ability to process complex images in the mind  Expanded neo cortex  Higher mental function  Ability to create tools o Maturation, learning, and behavior  More efficient means of fetal nourishment, longer gestation period, reduced numbers of offspring, and delayed maturation  Learned behaviors through socialization and imitation  Tendency to live in social groups o Sexual dimorphism  Physical differences between the sexes o Environment and adaptations  Our shared origins is from the trees  Primates were arboreal  Prehensile hands and unique shoulder anatomy o Brachiation  Arm swinging o Inherited from common ancestor


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