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I. 1.4 Human Evolution and emergence of Man

Human Evolution and emergence of Man Holocene Upper paleolithic 40,000-10.000BC Homo sapience Cromagnon (European)               Pleistocene Negroid (Grimaldi)   Eskimo(Chanceladae)   Neanderthal Progressive (Mt. Carmel   Middle Paleolithic 1,00,000-40,000BC Neanderthal Rhodesiannensis   Neanderthal classical (La Chapelle Aux)   Homo erectus Pekinensis   Homo erectus Heidelbergensis   Homo erectus Narmadanensis […]

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II. 9.1.2 The concept of PTGs (Primitive Tribal Groups), their distribution, special programmes for their development

Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) Certain tribes have been characterised as Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) (earlier known as Primitive Tribal Groups) on the basis of their greater ’vulnerability’ even among the tribal groups (although the precise contours of their vulnerability has not been clearly defined).

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I. 1.4. (C) Synthetic theory of evolution

Neo-Darwinism “OR” Modern Synthetic Theory of Organic Evolution: Synthetic theory of organic evolution is the combination of many theories which all related to evolution in the biological world. This theory has emerged in order to eliminate shortcomings of the Darwinism. It consist of many forces and factors of evolution although it is the most accepted […]

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I. 1.4 (B) Mutation Theory of Evolution

The mutation theory of evolution was proposed by a Dutch botanist, Hugo de Vries (1848-1935 A.D.) (Fig. 7.38) in 1901 A.D. in his book entitled “Species and Varieties, Their Origin by Mutation”. He worked on evening primrose (Oenothera lamarckiana). A. Experiment: Hugo de Vries cultured O. lamarckiana in botanical gardens at Amsterdam. The plants were, […]

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I.1.4(B) Darwinism:

This is given by a British biologist Charles Robert Darwin in 1859 AD. In this theory, Darwin explained about the origin of species by natural selections, this theory is also called, “Theory of Natural Selection”. Facts of Darwinism:- Darwinism is based on the following important/fundamental facts: Over population of off-springs: Nature has provided an enormous […]

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