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Physical Anthropology

by: Dr. Rasheed Bahringer

Physical Anthropology ANT 251

Dr. Rasheed Bahringer
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Lon Alterman

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Rasheed Bahringer on Thursday October 15, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 251 at North Carolina State University taught by Lon Alterman in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see /class/223839/ant-251-north-carolina-state-university in anthropology, evolution, sphr at North Carolina State University.

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Date Created: 10/15/15
Anthropology Test 1 Study Guide 232011 42100 AM The Earth is 46 Billion years old Charles Darwin beginning of formal geology The Church of England cared because Ussher concluded that the earth was less than 6000 years old and he assigned a precise date of 4004 bc as the year God created the universe Thomas Malthus economist more individuals are bore in most species than can possibly survive Anagenesis the transformation of a single species over time Cladogenesis the formation of one or more new species from another over time Synapomorphies one thing in common Variation o Mutation o Chromosomal Rearrangement o Stochastic Event Mutation is a change in the genetic code Transcription where DNA turns into mRNA Translation where mRNA makes proteins DNA o A Adenine o T Thymine o G Guanine o C Cytosine 0 AT GC Dominance and Recessive Punnett Squares Independent Assortment states that segregation of any one pair of chromosomes does not affect the segregation of any other pair of chromosomes Equator more species due to relatively stable temperatures because more species more competition animals smaller toward equator bc more competition in cold climates animals tend to be larger ex polar bears Circadian Rhythms Animal sleep behavior diurnal nocturnal crepuscular cathemeral Different definitions of species Ecological Behavioral Biological AllopatricSympatricPa rapatric Pangea LaurasiaGondwana Cenozoic 232011 42100 AM 232011 42100 AM


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