TERMS

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TERMS
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TERMS for SEction II
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  1. Metatheria
    Mammal that reproduce without a placenta
  2. Prototheria
    Produce by egg-laying then nurse young
  3. Eutheria
    Reproduces with Placenta and Uterus
  4. Strepsorhine
    Primates including prosimians, excluding tarsier
  5. Haplorhine
    Primate that includes anthropoids and tarsiers
  6. Prosimian
    Primate suborder including lemar, lorises, galagos
  7. Anthropoid
    Monkeys, Humans, and Apes
  8. Quadrupeds
    non human primates move around using all limbs
  9. Aboreal Hypothesis
    Adaptation - grasping hands & streoscopic vision
  10. Visual Predator Hypothesis
    Grasping hands & streeoscopic vision for catching prey
  11. Estrus
    Hormonally influenced period of sexual receptivity, ovalation
  12. Frugivorous
    Diet composed of fruit
  13. Brachiation
    mode of arm hanging and swinging
  14. Ecology
    study of interrelationships of amimals, plants & physical enviroment
  15. Phenology
    Pattern of forest production of new leaves flowers and fruit
  16. Foraging Strategy
    Methods and techniques used to find and process food
  17. Neocortex
    part of brain that controls the cerebrum
  18. dental Arcade
    Arc that forms upper and lower row of teeth
  19. Ontogeny
    Life cycle of organism from conception to death
  20. Pestrol Bulla
    Tniy bit of skeleton that covers inner ear
  21. Olfaction
    Act of smelling
  22. Life History
    ORGANISM SPREADS GROWTH & REPRODUCTION OVER ITS LIFETIME
  23. Diurnal
    Active by day
  24. Nocturnal
    Active by Night
  25. Gregarious
    Reside in groups or herds
  26. Arboreal
    Lives in trees
  27. New World Monkey
    Spider Monkey (Asia)
  28. Old World Monkey
    Colombine & Baboon (Asia)
  29. Cattarhines
    Baboons, macaques, colombine, and other anthropoids

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