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Hominid Species From Sahelanthropus Tchadensis (7 mya) to Homo sapiens sapiens (present) Presented by Kim & Anthony LakasHominid Species From Sahelanthropus Tchadensis (7 mya) to Homo sapiens sapiens (present) Presented by Kim & Anthony Lakas
The word "hominid" refers to members of the family of humans,, which consists of all species on our side of the last common ancestor of humans and living apes. Human jaw
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Name: Ardipithecus ramidusName: Ardipithecus ramidus
Ape-like face, low forehead, bony brow ridge, flat nose, no chin, pronounced cheek bones. Human jaw
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Analysis of Early HomininsAnalysis of Early Hominins
The bones of more than 500 early hominins have been found. From them, we have gained a broad understanding of these related species using an array of new technological aids. Human jaw
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Supporting information (SI)Supporting information (SI)
Comparative biomechanical modeling of metatherian and placental saber-tooths: a different kind of bite for an extreme pouched predator”. Human jaw
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Change Over Time: Hominin EvolutionChange Over Time: Hominin Evolution
Humans are primates. Describe the major features that distinguish primates from other mammals. Human jaw
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 No Brain Too Small  biology  No Brain Too Small  biology 
The name for the hole in the base of the skull, through which the spinal cord passes. Human jaw
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Background Andreas Vesalius was born in December 31, 1515 at Brussells, Netherlands. When he grew up, everyone expected him to work in the field of medicine: it ran through the family, they told himBackground Andreas Vesalius was born in December 31, 1515 at Brussells, Netherlands. When he grew up, everyone expected him to work in the field of medicine: it ran through the family, they told him
After all, his grandfather was the personal doctor of the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I and his father served the Emperor as well then went on to work at an apothecary. His father. Human jaw
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Chapter 17—Human OriginsChapter 17—Human Origins
E. Anthropoidea Advanced Characteristics: flat faces, digits, vestigial or real tails. Human jaw
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Test Questions Study Guide Skeletal Remains and Odontology Not Allowed to be Turned in Late!Test Questions Study Guide Skeletal Remains and Odontology Not Allowed to be Turned in Late!
You will need to calculate each for a male and a female. If you do not show your work, I will not give you credit. Do the math, then look at your answer and compare it to the dead people listed below. Human jaw
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Instructor’s CopyInstructor’s Copy
Techniques similar to the one used in this investigation are used by anthropologists, paleontologists, and archeologists. Human jaw
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Design Advisor Prof. Sinan MuftuDesign Advisor Prof. Sinan Muftu
The tmj naturally has a very low coefficient of friction; low friction material and lubricants are used to reduce friction as much as possible. Human jaw
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Animation of Human Mandibular MotionAnimation of Human Mandibular Motion
Several of these teams have worked on creating a prototype device, the mouth motion simulator, in order to evaluate the wear performance and durability of dental restorations. Other teams have created Pro/Engineer drawings of the human mandible and of. Human jaw
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Animal Biosafety TrainingAnimal Biosafety Training
Physical Hazards (electrical, ergonomic, temperature extremes, slips/trips/falls, sharps). Human jaw
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Human and Chimp Skull Comparison AustralopithecinesHuman and Chimp Skull Comparison Australopithecines
Africa, and the earliest example of each is African. Later Homo erectus and Homo sapiens fossils are found in Asia and Europe as well. The chart below summarizes the fossil hominid finds. Human jaw
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Occipital condylesOccipital condyles
The part of the skull where the neck muscles attach. The nuchal crest is larger in apes than it is in humans because apes are mostly quadrupeds and have to keep their head from drooping. Human jaw
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