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(38-47) 70 79 (0-25) 59 (25-51) 44 (51-56) 55 97 (0-21) 65 24 10 60 (0-14) 75 24 24 ll5 22 24 100 24 27 130 24 The months following castration during which the castrates lived in different social set- tings are given in parentheses behind the number of marking tests. A= Living with original

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Folia primatol. 27 : 134-151 (1977) The Recent Rise to the Alpha-Rank in a Population of Free-Living Chimpanzees D avid R iss and J ane G oodall Gombe Stream Research Centre, Kigoma, and the Department of Psychiatry and Program in Human Biology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford

In: Folia Primatologica

..................................................................................... 118 Introduction Aristotle was the one who created the idea of a general scientifi c investigation of living things. Moreover he created the science of biology and the philosophy of biology, while his animal studies profoundly infl uenced the origins of modern biology (Lennox, 2001a). His

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whether a relationship between social systems and life histories exists. The sample was composed of 1089 living hominoids, 241 fossil homi- nids and 85 cercopithecoid skulls. Procruste methods were used to quantify and compare dif- ferences in shape. ANOVA was used to test the influence of generic

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of free-rang­ ing vervet monkeys living along the Zambezi River near Livingstone, Zambia, 295 observations were made in which a juvenile female directed some type of maternal behavior toward an infant. Juvenile females showed a high degree of interest in young infants and would touch, cuddle

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estimates were made on the basis of dentition, weight, and postural development. Three animals (Peck, Su, Saki) had been controls for our isolation-rearing project, and had been raised together with access to a variety of play objects until the age of 2 years, after which their test history, living

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. elegans The initial analyses of the metabolome of the free-living nematode C. elegans was motivated by interest in the role of small molecules in regulating juvenile development. In the early 1980s, Golden & Riddle (Golden & Riddle, 1982, 1984a, b) had shown that worm-produced small molecules are required

In: Pristionchus pacificus

association between trilled whistle and maternal retrieval has an adaptive value in the natural environment in which stumptail macaques evolved and/or currently live. Methods Subjects were 6 mother-infant pairs of stumptail macaques living in a single social group housed in a 15.2X 15.2 m outdoor compound

In: Folia Primatologica

discoveries in a highly endangered vertebrate group: new amphibians and global conservation. BioScience 55: 693-696. Köhler F, Günther R. 2008. The radiation of microhylid frogs (Amphibia: Anura) on New Guinea: A mitochondrial phyl- ogeny reveals parallel evolution of morphological and life history

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clambering activity. The social motivators include displaying social status to other group members and the human audience, ensuring group safety, hiding and exploring. The ecologi- cal motivators are feeding and resting. During these activities, an element of planning prior to clambering activity and a

In: Folia Primatologica