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4 subfields of anthropology
Biological
Archaeology
Social-Cultural
Anthropological linguistics
3 conditions necessary and sufficient for Natural Selection
Variation in traits
Inheritance of traits
Differential reproductive success
What is uniformitarianism?
The world operated the same in the past as it does now (Physics, gravity, need to find food/mates, rates of decay)
CD's theories about evolution
Species change
All organisms share a common ancestry
Evolution is gradual and happens over time
Evolution leads to speciation.
The main mechanism for evolution is Natural Selection.
mitosis
somatic cells of body (skin, etc) split and produce 2 identical daughter cells
Meiosis
cell division in testes and ovaries leading to gametes.