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Homo

[′hō·mō]
(vertebrate zoology)
The genus of human beings, including modern humans and many extinct species.

HOMO

[¦āch¦ō¦em¦ō or ′hō‚mō]
(physical chemistry)
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For me, that leaves a massive lifeline for the image of Homo sapiens as a uniquely brilliant creature.
Aun con caracteristicas poco tipicas, se le emparentaba mas con los australopitecos que con los hornos modernos, pero desde el mes pasado se dio a conocer su antiguedad que va de entre 236 mil a 335 mil anos; es decir que fue contemporaneo de los homo sapiens, lo que ha causado perplejidad entre los paleoantropologos.
control) experiment was conducted to investigate the moderating effect of gender on the relationship between explicit learning about homo economicus belief and trust.
com/neanderthal-dental-dna-reveals-food-habits-medical-knowledge-spit-swapping-homo-2505118) Neanderthals And Homo Sapiens Were Kissing Each Other
The question of when Homo naledi went extinct, and why, remains unanswered, Berger said.
naledi expands the number of Homo species that survived well into the Stone Age, Dembo says.
Homo erectus is another modified form of Homo habilis.
The inside of Homo naledi's skull is less than half the size of the inside of a human skull.
Homo sapiens, the species we belong to, evolved 200,000 years ago.
Our species, called Homo sapiens, is the only surviving member of this group.
However, the new analysis suggested that these traits did not arise as a single package but several key ingredients once thought to define Homo evolved in earlier Australopithecus ancestors between 3 and 4 million years ago, while others emerged significantly later.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Paleoanthropologists from the University of Zurich have uncovered the intact skull of an early Homo individual in Dmanisi, Georgia.