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Anthropology 105 lecture 1: Course introduction

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Transcript of Anthropology 105 lecture 1: Course introduction

Anthropology 105 Principles of Biological Anthropology Eyes Tarsiers (Tarsioidea) New World monkeys (Ceboidea) Old World monkeys (Cercopithecoidea) Great apes and humans (Hominoidea) New World monkeys
trichromatism is polymorphic Old World monkeys-hominoids
(catarrhines) trichromatic Lemurs (Lemuroidea) Lorises (Lorisoidea) Owl monkeys (Aotus)
have lost functional s-opsin,
making them monochromats Lorises and galagos
have lost functional
s-opsin, making them
monochromats. Anthropoids monkeys, apes and humans Anthropoids monkeys, apes and humans Phylogeny pattern of relationships among species Species
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