4 edition of General primatology, reproduction and perinatal studies, genetics, phylogenetics and evolution. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by Edward I. Goldsmith [and] J. Moor-Jankowski, in collaboration with C. R. Austin [and others]|
|Contributions||Goldsmith, Edward I., ed., Moor-Jankowski, J., ed.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P9 C59 1972, pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 411 p.|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||73178317|
Primatology Primatology is the study of primates, an order that includes prosimians, monkeys, apes, and humans. Similarities between humans and monkeys were noted already by Aristotle in the fourth century b.c.e., and the Greek physician Galen even dissected a monkey for comparison. In the eighteenth century, Swedish botanist and taxonomist Carl Linnaeus created the order of primates to. The implementation of unit-based perinatal mortality audit in perinatal cooperation units in the northern region of the Netherlands Mariet Th van Diem, Albertus Timmer, Klasien A Bergman, Katelijne Bouman, Nico van Egmond, Dennis A Stant, Lida H M Ulkeman, Wenda B Veen, JanJaapHM Erwich.
Two leading European professional societies, the European Society of Human Genetics and the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology, have worked together since to evaluate the. 18 Evolution of quantitative traits 19 Selection on multiple characters 20 Association mapping: the background from two-locus genetics V Molecular evolution 21 Introduction to molecular population genetics 22 Patterns of nucleotide and amino acid substitution
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General primatology, reproduction and perinatal studies, genetics, phylogenetics and evolution. Proceedings of the Third Conference on Experimental Medicine and Surgery in Primates, Lyon, S. General primatology, reproduction and perinatal studies, genetics, phylogenetics and evolution -- pt.
Experimental surgery, transplantation immunology, oral medicine, and neurophysiology and experimental psychology -- pt. Evolution is the process by which genetics of organisms change over generations.
Genetic variations underlie these changes. Genetic variations can arise from gene mutations or from genetic recombination (a normal process in which genetic material is rearranged as.
This book provides a critique of the male-centric nature of primatological studies prior to its publication, stressing the importance of females in primate General primatology groups and evolution.
Sperling, S. Baboons with briefcases vs. langurs in lipstick: Feminism and functionalism in primate studies. Purchase Perinatal Genetics - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Primatology, the study of the primate order of mammals—other than recent humans (Homo sapiens).
The species are characterized especially by advanced development of binocular vision, specialization of the appendages for grasping, and enlargement of the cerebral hemispheres.
Nonhuman primates provide. The Box Is Becoming Less Black: Interplay Between Genes and Primate Behavior. Genetics has historically been a black box in the study of primate behavior (Bradley and Lawler ).Yet, the diversity of subjects covered by this Special Issue attests to the breadth of primate behavioral research that now uses genetic data and demonstrates just how far we have come in.
American Journal of Primatology 75 (7) Higham, J.P. (Ed). Primate coloration: measurement, mechanisms and function.
International Journal of Primatology 30 (6) Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles DeCasien, A.R. & Higham, J.P. Relative cerebellum size is not sexually dimorphic across primates.
Brain, Behavior and Evolution In Press. Primatology is a research specialization within the Department of Anthropology because we recognize the powerful influence of selective pressures operating over deep time on our human lineage.
At the same time, because primates are among the most flexible of animals, we examine their behavior and decision-making in response to variable and changing ecological and social conditions, including.
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Ness; Pages: ; First Published: 21 June Julia Fischer, in Learning and Memory: A Comprehensive Reference (Second Edition), Recent Advances. The field of primatology has experienced an explosion of publications on the topic of cultural behavior among nonhuman primates.
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ML analysis finds the likelihood of the data, given a tree and a model of molecular evolution. Like ML, BI has had a long tenure in statistics. However, it has only recently been introduced into phylogenetics (see Huelsenbeck et al.,). Although BI uses the same models of evolution as some other methods of phylogenetic analyses (e.g.
The Evolution of Human Reproduction: A Primatological Perspective Robert D. Martin* of any aspect of human evolution ideally requires broad-based com-parisons with other primates, as recognition of general principles provides a more reliable foundation for infer- The ﬁrst is to conduct in-depth studies of the features of.
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The book begins by discussing the history of this research, and then focuses on the biological foundations upon which medical primatology has been built. Primate taxonomy and evolution are reviewed, using not only traditional sources of data, but also recent experimental evidence from molecular biology, genetics, and biomedicine that indicates.
Primatology is the study of primates. It includes everything from genetics and physiology to behavior and learning. Primates are an order that includes over species and subspecies of prosimian, monkey, and ape. Although humans are primates, the study of primatology tends to focus on non-human animals.
The primate species range from primitive species like the lemurs of. International Journal of Primatology. - Tosi AJ, Morales JC, & Melnick DJ Comparison of Y-chromosome and mtDNA phylogenies leads to unique inferences of macaque evolutionary history.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 17(2) MINIREVIEWS & BOOK REVIEWS. - Disotell TR & Tosi AJ The monkey’s perspective. Genome. Primates, Pathogens and Evolution offers an overview and discussion of current findings on differences in the molecular mechanics of primate immune response, as well as on pathogen-mediated primate evolution and human and non-human primate health.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Reviews: 1.Primate - Primate - Natural history: The stages of the life cycle of primates vary considerably in duration.
Among the most primitive members of the group, these stages are broadly comparable to those of other mammals of similar size. Higher in the phylogenetic scale, they are substantially extended.
The greatest difference is in the duration of the infant and juvenile stages combined; the. Evolutionary and Genetic Biology of Primates, Volume II presents research on the evolution and genetic biology of the Primates. This book is organized into six chapters that discuss the serum proteins and hemoglobins; virology; and functional and behavior studies of reproductive systems, manipulative abilities, and displays of the Primates.
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