Human Species An Introduction to Biological Anthropology
Edition: 7th 2008
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List price: $113.16
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 6/13/2007
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Biological Anthropology and Evolution What is Anthropology? Biology and Culture Variation Evolution Adaptation The Subfields of Anthropology Science and Evolution Characteristics of Science The Development of Evolutionary Theory Evidence for Evolution Science and Religion Special Topic: Biological Anthropologists at Work Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations|
|Human Genetics Molecular Genetics DNA: The Genetic Code Chromosomes and Genes The Human Genome Project Mendelian Genetics Genotypes and Phenotypes Predicting Offspring Distributions Chromosomes and Inheritance The Genetics of Complex Physical Traits Mutations Evolutionary Significance of Mutations Types of Mutations Rates of Mutations Genetics and Behavior Special Topic: PCR and Ancient DNA Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations CELL BIOLOGY: A Review|
|Evolutionary Forces Population Genetics What is a Population? Genotype Frequencies and Allele Frequencies Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium The Evolutionary Forces Mutation Natural Selection Genetic Drift Gene Flow Interaction of the Evolutionary Forces Special Topic: Tay-Sachs Disease: Genetic Drift or Natural Selection? Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations|
|The Evolution and Classification of Species The Birth and Death of Species What is a Species? Species Change Speciation Adaptive Radiation The Tempo and Mode of Macroevolution Extinctions and Mass Extinctions Misconceptions about Evolution The Nature of Selection Structure, Function, and Evolution Classification of Species Taxonomic Categories Methods of Classification Approaches to Classification Special Topic: Science Fiction and Orthogenesis Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations|
|Our Place in Nature|
|The Primates Characteristics Of Mammals Reproduction Temperature Regulation Teeth Skeletal Structure Behavior Primate Characteristics The Skeleton Vision The Brain and Behavior Primate Behavior Primate Behavioral Ecology Reproductive Strategies Growing Up Social Groups Social Behaviors Special Topic: Primates in Danger Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations|
|Primate Diversity Primate Suborders Prosimians Anthropoids An Alternative Classification The Monkeys New World Monkeys Old World Monkeys The Hominoids Hominoid Characteristics Classification of the Hominoids The Living Apes Gibbons Orangutans Gorillas Chimpanzees Bonobos Special Topic: Social Structure and Testes Size in Primates Summary Supplemental Readings Virtual Explorations|
|The Human Species Characteristics of Living Humans Distribution and Environment Brain Size and Structure Bipedalism Canine Teeth Sex and Reproduction Social Structure The Human Life Cycle Prenatal Growth The Pattern of Human Postnatal Growth The Evolu|