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Biological Anthropology Laboratory Activities

Biological Anthropology Laboratory Activities

The 10 labratory activities in this manual cover the standard laboratory assignments: bone and bone feature identification; Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium; living primate identification and lifestyles; bone interpretation; and lessons studying the skulls of the current known hominid ancestral forms. This books uses high quality color images and assignments that are available through creative-commons, thus avoiding copyright and royalty issues. Now other schools can use this material, saving their students the $65 cost of the commercially available one-time use black and white books.

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Alex A. G. Taub
Alex A. G. Taub (Faculty)
7 years ago

I have used these activities in my introductory Biological Anthropology course for the past three years.  The posted file is based on these experiences and changes to comply with creative commons rules.

 

 

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