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Primates-human spiec

exam #2

What is the full title and who is the host? In the Wild: Lemurs with John Cleese
Evolution as a random process not goal oriented- helps to adapt to the environment which we live
What is morphology? The form of an anatomical structure (shape, size)
2/1/3/3 primitive formula, for new world monkeys (platyrrhines) and prosimians
2/1/2/3 derived formula, for old world monkeys and apes (catarrhines).
Paleocene (65-55 mya) Proto-primates
Eocene (34-23 mya) Prosimian
Oligocene (34-23 mya) first anthropoids
Miocene (23-4 mya) hominoids widespread
Plicene (5-2 mya) hominids
Prosimians Lemuriformes, Lorisiformes, and Tarsiriformes
Anthropodia Platyrrines, and Catyrrhines
Platyrrines Atelids, and Cebids
Catyrrhines Cercopithicoids, and Hominoids
Cercopithicoids Cercopithicenes, and Colobines
Hominoids Hylobatidae, and Pongidae
One male, multifemale polygynous
One female, multimale polyandrous
multimale, multifemale promiscuously
All male temporary groups
one-male, one-female Monogamous
solitray territory or night owls
Sexual Dimorphism morphological differences between males and females
Pan troglodytes, paniscus
Created by: mitcl019