Biological Anthropology Lab 105

This laboratory course is offered as a supplement to Introduction to Biological Anthropology either taken concurrently or in a subsequent term. Students will apply laboratory exercises using the scientific method to examine processes of human evolution and variation. Lines of evidence will include the study of genetics, comparative anatomy and behavior of primates, forensic anthropology, human fossils and their reconstruction. Field trips might be required.

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Australopithecus sediba

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Sliding Caliper

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Infant Chimpanzee

DNA
DNA

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human skull

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Africa map of early fossil sites

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Baboon mothers and infant

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Charles Darwin

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Inheritance chart

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