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ANTH 280 - Introduction to Biological Anthropology

Credits: 4

Provides knowledge regarding the scope of Biological Anthropology, and develop an understanding of: 1) evolutionary theory and evolutionary processes, 2) patterns of adaptation to the environment in primates, and 3) human evolution, human adaptation and human variation. Key concepts/perspectives will include: evolution, selection, adaptation genetics, population genetics, as well as variation and variability.

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Requires 3 credit hours lecture and 2 hours lab per week.

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K-State 8
Historical Perspectives
Natural and Physical Sciences


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