5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Milankovitch Forcing
- Australopithecus Afarensis
- Intentional Burial
- Astralopithecus Sediba
- a 2-1.8 MYA, South Africa, Sagital crest, flaring cheek bones, megadontia, small body, grassile, generalized diet-omnivors, mixed locomotion. Famous example is a fossil of a hand found that shows percision grip. Tool use was also possible.
- b evidence suggests that the Neanderthals were the first human species to intentionally bury the dead, doing so in shallow graves along with stone tools and animal bones
- c the longest and thickest bone of the human skeletonn (theigh bone)
- d periodic variations in tilt, eccentricity, and wobble in the earth's orbit; Milutin Milankovitch suggested that it is responsible for cyclic weather changes, , Changes in the shape earth's orbit and tilt that cause glacial periods and interglacial periods.
- e 3.9-3 MYA, South Africa, Sagital crest, flaring cheek bones, small head, megadontia, small body, grassile gerenalized diet-omnivors, mixed locomotion. Famous example is the fossil Lucy
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Inherited characteristic that have a limited number of variations, such as the ability or inability to roll one's tongue
- a tubular sample that shows the layers of snow and ice that have built up over thousands of years
- Meassures the absorption of UV rays. Dark skin= low reflectancs/absorption Light skin= High reflectance/ absorption
- Variation within a population in which a graded series of intermediate phenotypes falls between the extremes. Height in human beings, for example, exists in continuous variation.
- the first largest innermost toe (big toe)
5 True/False Questions
Suparobital Torus → a ridge on the frontal bone above the eye socket (Eyebrow ridge)
Foramen Magnum → process of sending and receiving messages to share thoughts and feelings
Stressor → Height of a person or animal in an upright position; level of achievement
Hypothermia → Below normal body temperature
Acclimatization → the act of getting accustomed to a new climate or environment