A subfamily in the family ATELIDAE, comprising three genera: woolly monkeys (Lagothrix), spider monkeys (Ateles), and woolly spider monkeys (Brachyteles).
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A family of New World monkeys in the infraorder PLATYRRHINI, consisting of nine subfamilies: ALOUATTINAE; AOTINAE; Atelinae; Callicebinae; CALLIMICONINAE; CALLITRICHINAE; CEBINAE; Pithecinae; and SAIMIRINAE. They inhabit the forests of South and Central America, comprising the largest family of South American monkeys.
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A family of New World Monkeys in the infraorder PLATYRRHINI, comprising two subfamilies: ALOUATTINAE and ATELINAE.
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Functional morphology of the first cervical vertebra in humans and nonhuman primates. (1/34)

The cervical vertebral column bears or balances the weight of the head supported by the nuchal muscles that partly originate from the cervical vertebrae. The position of the head relative to the vertebral column, and consequently locomotion and posture behavior, could thus be associated with the form of the cervical vertebrae. In spite of this assumption and some empirical indications along these lines, primate vertebral morphologies have been reported to be very similar and not clearly related to locomotion. We therefore study the relationship between the morphology of the first cervical vertebra, the atlas, and the locomotion pattern within primates using a geometric morphometric approach. Our analysis is based on a total of 116 vertebrae of adult Homo sapiens, Gorilla gorilla, Pan troglodytes, Pongo pygmaeus, Hylobates lar, Macaca mulatta, Papio hamadryas, Ateles geoffroyi, and Alouatta palliata. On each atlas, 56 landmarks were digitized and superimposed by Procrustes registration. The resulting shape variables were analyzed by principal component analysis, multivariate regression, and partial least-squares analysis. We found that the nine primate species differ clearly in their atlas morphology and that allometric shape change is distinct between the nonhuman primates and Homo sapiens. We could further identify morphological features that relate to the species' locomotion pattern. Human atlas shape, however, cannot be predicted by an extrapolation of the nonhuman primate model. This implies that either the primate atlas is generalized enough to allow bipedal locomotion or else the human atlas morphology is a unique adaptation different from that in the more orthograde nonhuman primates.  (+info)

Aggression and conflict management at fusion in spider monkeys. (2/34)

In social systems characterized by a high degree of fission-fusion dynamics, members of a large community are rarely all together, spending most of their time in smaller subgroups with flexible membership. Although fissioning into smaller subgroups is believed to reduce conflict among community members, fusions may create conflict among individuals from joining subgroups. Here, we present evidence for aggressive escalation at fusion and its mitigation by the use of embraces in wild spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi). Our findings provide the first systematic evidence for conflict management at fusion and may have implications for the function of human greetings.  (+info)

Rapid evolution of an X-linked microRNA cluster in primates. (3/34)

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a growing class of small RNAs (about 22 nt) that play crucial regulatory roles in the genome by targeting mRNAs for cleavage or translational repression. Most of the identified miRNAs are highly conserved among species, indicating strong functional constraint on miRNA evolution. However, nonconserved miRNAs may contribute to functional novelties during evolution. Recently, an X-linked miRNA cluster was reported with multiple copies in primates but not in rodents or dog. Here we sequenced and compared this miRNA cluster in major primate lineages including human, great ape, lesser ape, Old World monkey, and New World monkey. Our data indicate rapid evolution of this cluster in primates including frequent tandem duplications and nucleotide substitutions. In addition, lineage-specific substitutions were observed in human and chimpanzee, leading to the emergence of potential novel mature miRNAs. The expression analysis in rhesus monkeys revealed a strong correlation between miRNA expression changes and male sexual maturation, suggesting regulatory roles of this miRNA cluster in testis development and spermatogenesis. We propose that, like protein-coding genes, miRNA genes involved in male reproduction are subject to rapid adaptive changes that may contribute to functional novelties during evolution.  (+info)

Nonhuman anthropoid primate femoral neck trabecular architecture and its relationship to locomotor mode. (4/34)

Functional analyses of human and nonhuman anthropoid primate femoral neck structure have largely ignored the trabecular bone. We tested hypotheses regarding differences in the relative distribution and structural anisotropy of trabecular bone in the femoral neck of quadrupedal and climbing/suspensory anthropoids. We used high-resolution X-ray computed tomography to analyze quantitatively the femoral neck trabecular structure of Ateles geoffroyi, Symphalangus syndactylus, Alouatta seniculus, Colobus guereza, Macaca fascicularis, and Papio cynocephalus (n = 46). We analyzed a size-scaled superior and inferior volume of interest (VOI) in the femoral neck. The ratio of the superior to inferior VOI bone volume fraction indicated that the distribution of trabecular bone was inferiorly skewed in most (but not all) quadrupeds and evenly distributed the climbing/suspensory species, but interspecific comparisons indicated that all taxa overlapped in these measurements. Degree of anisotropy values were generally higher in the inferior VOI of all species and the results for the two climbing/suspensory taxa, A. geoffroyi (1.71 +/- 0.30) and S. syndactylus (1.55 +/- 0.04), were similar to the results for the quadrupedal anthropoids, C. guereza (male = 1.64 +/- 0.13; female = 1.68 +/- 0.07) and P. cynocephalus (1.47 +/- 0.13). These results suggest strong trabecular architecture similarity across body sizes, anthropoid phylogenetic backgrounds, and locomotor mode. This structural similarity might be explained by greater similarity in anthropoid hip joint loading mechanics than previously considered. It is likely that our current models of anthropoid hip joint mechanics are overly simplistic.  (+info)

Neuroendocrine tumor in the lung of a captive black spider monkey (Ateles paniscus). (5/34)

This paper describes a neuroendocrine (NE) tumor of the lung that was observed during the necropsy of a 14-year-old female black spider monkey (Ateles paniscus) with sudden death. Grossly, multifocal firm and coalescing nodular masses were observed in the lung. The histological examination showed the tumor to be an typical NE tumor with polygonal cells grouped in small solid aggregates, with regularly sized, spherical, centrally placed nuclei with modest, lightly granular cytoplasm suspended in a fibrovascular stroma. The immunohistochemical examination revealed the tumor to be positive for cytokeratin, chromogranin A and synaptophysin, and negative for CD56. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of NE tumor in the lung of the black spider monkey.  (+info)

The complete nucleotide sequence of a New World simian foamy virus. (6/34)

We determined the complete nucleotide sequence of the New World simian foamy virus (FV) from spider monkey (SFVspm). Starting from a conserved region in the integrase (IN) domain of the pol gene we cloned fragments of the genome up to the 5' end of the long terminal repeat (LTR) into plasmid vectors and elucidated their nucleotide sequence. The 3' end of the genome was determined by direct nucleotide sequencing of PCR products. Each nucleotide of the genome was determined at least two times from both strands. All protein motifs described to be conserved among primate FVs were found in SFVspm. At both the nucleotide and protein levels SFVspm is the most divergent primate FV described to date, reflecting the long-term phylogenetic separation between Old World and New World primate host species (Catarrhini and Platyrrhini, respectively). The molecular probes developed for SFVspm will allow the investigation of trans-species transmissions of this New World foamy virus to humans by serological assays.  (+info)

The seminal coagulum favours passage of fast-moving sperm into the uterus in the black-handed spider monkey. (7/34)

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Fission-fusion dynamics, behavioral flexibility, and inhibitory control in primates. (8/34)

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Spider monkeys are New World monkeys of the family Atelidae, subfamily Atelinae. Found in tropical forests from southern Mexico to Brazil, spider monkeys belong to the genus Ateles; the closely related woolly spider monkeys are in the genus Brachyteles.. As they require large tracts of undisturbed forest and specialize on ripe fruits, spider monkeys may be considered an indicator species. The monkeys are threatened by habitat destruction through continued growth in South American agriculture. Disproportionately long, spindly limbs inspired the spider monkeys common name. Their deftly prehensile tails have highly flexible hairless tips.. Spider monkeys have hook-like, narrow and thumbless hands; the fingers are elongate and recurved. The hair is coarse, ranging in color from a ruddy gold to brown and black; the hands and feet are usually black. Heads are small with hairless faces. An unusually long labia in females may be mistaken for a penis; it is used to attract the males. A female will ...
Black spider monkeys are habitat specialists and are almost always seen in undisturbed, primary rainforest and do not utilize edge habitats (Mittermeier & van Roosmalen 1981; Lehman 2004b). Like other species of spider monkeys, black spider monkeys occupy the upper layers of the rainforest and forage in the high canopy (from 25 to 30 m [82.0 to 98.4 ft]) consuming primarily fruits, but also occasionally consuming leaves, flowers, and insects (van Roosmalen & Klein 1988; Russo et al. 2005). As large-bodied frugivores, black spider monkeys are important seed dispersers within the rainforest ecosystem and play a crucial role in regenerating tropical forests (van Roosmalen 1985; Russo et al. 2005). Compared to other sympatric species of primates, black spider monkeys exhibit low diet diversity because of their high levels of fruit consumption (Guillotin et al. 1994). Despite their dependence on fruit as the mainstay of their diet, black spider monkeys supplement their fruit consumption during ...
Dubreuil, C. Notman, H. & Pavelka M.S. (2015) Sex Differences in the Use of Whinny Vocalizations in Spider Monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi). International Journal of Primatology, 36(2), 412-428.. Hartwell, K. S., Notman, H., Bonenfant, C., & Pavelka, M. S. (2014). Assessing the occurrence of sexual segregation in spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi yucatanensis), its mechanisms and function. International Journal of Primatology, 35(2), 425-444.. Evans, K. J., Pavelka, M. S., Hartwell, K. S., & Notman, H. (2012). Do Adult Male Spider Monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) Preferentially Handle Male Infants?. International Journal of Primatology, 33(4), 799-808. Dubreuil, Colin, . Sex Differences in the Use of Whinny Vocalizations in Spider Monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi). (2014).. Newton-Fisher, N.E., Notman, H., Reynolds, V. (2002). Hunting, consumption and sharing of mammalian prey by Budongo Forest chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica 73(5), 281-283.. Santorelli CJ, Schaffner CM, Campbell CJ, Notman H, Pavelka MS, et al. ...
Also known as the black-handed spider monkey, Geoffroys Spider Monkey originates from parts of Mexico and possibly Colombia. There are 5 subspecies of
Spider monkeys form loose groups of 15-25 individuals. During the day, spider monkey groups break up into smaller subgroups of two to eight individuals; this social structure (fission-fusion) is found in only one other primate, the chimpanzee. The size of subgroups and the degree to which they will avoid each other during the day is determined by food competition and the risk of predation. Each group is closely associated with its territory (Gordon 2007).. Also less common in primates, females-rather than males-disperse at puberty to join new groups. Males tend to stick together for their whole life. Hence, males in a group are more likely to be related and have closer bonds than females. The strongest social bonds are formed between females and young offspring. Groups are thought to be directed by a lead female, who is responsible for planning an efficient route for the days feeding activities.. Spider monkeys are diurnal and spend the night sleeping in carefully trees. Grooming is not as ...
The Spider monkey is a primate with the scientific name Ateles geoffroyi. There are nine subspecies under this name, three of which are endangered. They are found in a wide range of places, extending from Mexico to Brazil. Spider monkeys are very inter...
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Researchers in Mexico have documented wild spider monkeys rubbing themselves with fragrant, chewed up leaves. Though the exact purpose of this behavior is yet to be proven, it appears as if the scents may play a role int he context of social communication, possibly for signaling of social status or to increase sexual attractiveness, according to an article in the online journal, Primates.. ...
The social organization of black spider monkeys is closely related to their ecological niche as large-bodied frugivores. In addition to ranging over large areas to find the amount of fruit necessary to meet their feeding requirements, black spider monkeys exhibit another behavior that helps them cope with seasonally restricted fruit. Like chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), spider monkeys exhibit a fission-fusion social system; there is a large community of individuals that regularly associate with one another but individuals within the larger community spend much of their time traveling in smaller, temporary sub-groups led by dominant adult females (Mittermeier & van Roosmalen 1981; van Roosmalen 1985). Spider monkeys break up into small foraging groups that travel together and feed throughout the day within a core area of the larger groups home range (Simmen & Sabatier 1996). The subgroups or parties that are formed by individuals within the troop are temporary and can change in composition ...
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A new fission-fusion hybrid reactor will be assembled at Russia’s Kurchatov Institute by the end of 2018, Peter Khvostenko, scientific adviser of the Kurchatov complex on thermonuclear energy and plasma technologies, announced on 14 May....
I ended 2012 by finishing and defending my PhD, and now I am onto developing some potential chimpanzee and bonobo projects. So, the Year of Chimpanzee works well with my current interests. But dont worry, I wont be neglecting the spider monkeys... there are always more spider monkey tales to tell ...
Negra lived as a pet from a very young age with a family in Ascensión de Guarayos. She remained tied to a tree by a chain, surrounded by a group of pigs. The staff of Parque Ambue Ari used to see Negra every week when they went to buy fruits and vegetables for the animals at the sanctuary. They tried to explain to Negras captors that it is illegal to keep monkeys as pets and that they should release her to CIWYs care. The family refused, until one day Negra freed herself, entered the neighbors house and caused great damage. After this, the family allowed CIWY to take Negra.. Negra initially came to Ambue Ari, but was transferred to Machía so that she could integrate into the group of spider monkeys there. Spider monkeys are very social animals and fortunately Negra was immediately accepted by the group.. Despite being over 20 years old, Negra is a very active monkey. Everything arouses her curiosity and she enjoys exploring the area for new stimuli. Her intelligence never ceases to amaze ...
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Woolly monkey, any of five species of densely furred South American primates found in rainforests of the western Amazon River basin. Woolly monkeys average 40-60 cm (16-24 inches) in length, excluding the thick and somewhat longer prehensile tail. Females weigh 7 kg (15.5 pounds) on average, males
PSA is a 32 kDa single chain glycoprotein serine protease with a chymotrypsin like specificity produced by the secretory epithelium of the prostate gland (1). PSA is normally secreted into the seminal fluid and plays a functional role in the cleavage of the seminal vesicle proteins and the liquefaction of the seminal coagulum (2). Only low levels of PSA are normally present in the blood stream, and increasing serum concentrations indicate prostatic pathology, including benign prostatic hyperplasia and cancer of the prostate. Determination of PSA is now widely used for detection and management of patients with prostatic cancer and considered as the superior serological marker for cancer of the prostate (3, 8 ...
Yes, squirrel monkeys could actually be mailed to you, in a tiny little box (sundress not included), and you could have a best friend with a prehensile tail. I mean, other than Roger Coulter from 5th period, because hes just creepy. The squirrel monkey was guaranteed delivered alive, so if a dead monkey appeared in your mailbox, you had some sort of recourse. If you wanted two Minneapolis monkeys -- two monkeys!?! -- you could save a fivespot on the deal. Hopefully, youll be well-prepared for its arrival; otherwise you might end up with angry parents and an arm full of stitches. My ad came from a 1963 issue of McCalls Needlework & Crafts ...
Nesomyines are characterized by their morphological and ecological diversity. Typically they are medium to large gerbil-like, vole-like, or rat-like rodents. They measure 80 to 350 mm in head and body length and their tails range from 60 to 250 mm. Nesomyines weigh 21 to 1,500 grams. In some species, females weigh less than males, in other species, there is no sexual dimorphism. Nesomyine tails are short to long, naked to moderately furred, and sometimes tufted. Some have prehensile tails. The hind feet range from wide and short to narrow and long, and most have no hair on the soles. The pelage is long and soft or thick and woolly. It is sandy brown, reddish, or gray on the dorsum and yellowish white, white, or gray on the venter. Most nesomyines have large eyes and prominent ears and whiskers.. The nesomyine dental formula is 1/1, 0/0, 0/0, 3/3 = 16. The incisors are opisthodont. The molars are rooted, have a biserial cusp arrangement, and range from brachydont to hypsodont. In most species, ...
Crested geckos have a relatively large, triangular head, with two large eyes and two relatively large ear openings on either side of the head. Very fine light tan, peach, or reddish brown-colored granular scales cover their long bodies. They have moderately thick, prehensile tails. The back typically has a pattern of lateral, darker stripes. Thin, continuous, calcareous crest, project along either side of the back and also above the eyes and portions of the limbs. Above the eyes, these crests seem to serve primarily to keep dust and other particles out, but it is unknown what purpose is served by the dorsal and limb crests; they may be used in discriminating between potential mates. There are three color morphs that appear in wild crested geckos: patternless, tiger, and white-fringed. Patternless crested geckos are more or less solid in color, ranging from yellow, green, brown, red, to gray, and have very faint or no pattern present on the back. Tiger crested geckos have a light colored ...
This family comprises the seahorses and true pipefishes. Their body is typically slender and elongate, and is encased in a series of bony rings. They may or may not have a prehensile tail. Their snouts are long and tube-like, and the toothless mouth is located at the tip. Most species feed on tiny benthic and planktonic organisms. Interestingly, the females deposit their eggs on the belly or base of the tails of the males, either in a pouch or a special surface full of blood vessels. The males will fertilise the eggs and carry them until they hatch. Many species are dried and sold in the curio trade, or used in traditional medicine in Asia ...
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They should do this through tree planting and sustainable management of our forest reserves, which we consider as vital.. Forests are the lungs of our land; they clean the air we breathe and provide fruits and wood for economic gains, he said.. Osakuade said that the consumption of fuel wood in Nigeria far exceeded sustainable production and supply from natural and artificial forests, depicting large-scale deficit.. Therefore, it is necessary to address this trend in order to guarantee sustainable utilisation of our forests.. National forests alone cannot sustain the growing need for fuel wood consumption in the country, so there is the urgent need for a shift to alternative resources. ...
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Fission-fusion dynamics; Fusion-fission Fission-fusion is a property of many animal groups that split in temporary aggregations or subgroups. First described in hamadryas baboons ( Papio hamadryas;...
Summary 1. We received a juvenile squirrel-monkey, Leontocebus geoffroyi (Pucheran) with a naturally acquired spirochetosis on May 20, 1930. This animal had been in captivity for a short time in the region of Arraijan and La Chorrera, Republic of Panama. This region has long been known as an endemic center for relapsing fever. 2. We secured, in August, 1930, two monkeys of this same species that were positive for a scant or latent infection of apparently the same spirochete. These animals were captured in the jungle at a point on the banks of the Tuira river above Boca de Cupe, Dárien Province, Republic of Panama. Twenty other specimens captured on the same expedition failed to show the infection. All were post mortem examinations. 3. We have passed the spirochetal infection from the squirrel-monkeys to white mice, white rats, one guinea pig, white-faced monkeys (Cebus capucinus imitator Thomas), red spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi Kuhl), a night monkey (Aotus zonalis Goldman) and to numerous
Fecal glucocorticoid metabolites (e.g., cortisol) are a valuable non-invasive source of information on individual levels of physiological stress. However, using them to evaluate stress levels among females can be problematic in species that do not show overt signs of reproductive condition because concentrations of reproductive hormones can affect cortisol concentrations. For example, high concentrations of estradiol during pregnancy may promote an increase in glucocorticoids and associated binding factors. Here, we examine the efficacy of using fecal glucocorticoid metabolites as an indicator of stress and whether estradiol is a potential confound of such measurements in both wild (El Zota, Costa Rica) and captive (Brookfield Zoo, Illinois) black-handed spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi). First, fecal cortisol concentrations were measured from captive female spider monkeys before and after a veterinary exam. All females exhibited elevated cortisol concentrations after this stressful experience, ...
New World monkeys are primates and are more closely related to humans, apes and Old World monkeys than any other living nonhuman primate group. The Smithsonian Institutions Division of Mammals ( http://vertebrates.si.edu/mammals/ ) houses many New World monkeys in its scientific collections.
Brachiation (from brachium, Latin for arm), or arm swinging, is a form of arboreal locomotion in which primates swing from tree limb to tree limb using only their arms. During brachiation, the body is alternately supported under each forelimb. This form of locomotion is the primary means of locomotion for the small gibbons and siamangs of southeast Asia. Some New World monkeys such as spider monkeys and muriquis are semibrachiators and move through the trees with a combination of leaping and brachiation. Some New World species also practice suspensory behaviors by using their prehensile tail, which acts as a fifth grasping hand. Some traits that allow primates to brachiate include a short spine (particularity the lumbar spine), short fingernails (instead of claws), long curved fingers, reduced thumbs, long forelimbs and freely rotating wrists. Modern humans retain many physical characteristics that suggest a brachiator ancestor, including flexible shoulder joints and fingers well-suited for ...
Although the creature resembles a large kitten, as a member of the Ateles genus, it is more closely related to wooly and spider monkeys. Ateles saporis, informally known as the delicacy ape, is a tree-dwelling herbivore that can measure up to a meter from head to tail. The adult delicacy ape weighs between 35 and 40 pounds and tastes wonderful with a currant glaze. via ...
Modern platyrrhines live in Central and South America but its not entirely clear how their common ancestor got there. At the time, around 25 million years ago, the Panama land bridge that connected North and South American hadnt formed, and the Atlantic Ocean was narrower. Its possible that this ancient monkey rafted across from Africa. No matter how it got there, what happened next is clearer thanks to Perelmans study.. After they reached South America, the platyrrhines diverged into three major families. The first to branch off were the pithecids, including the titis, the bald-faced uakaris (top left), the bearded sakis. Next came the atelids with their long, prehensile tails, including the howler (bottom right), spider and woolly monkeys.. Finally, the cebids. This group includes several species that have previously been classified in separate families; Perelman has decided to united them in one. They diverged in quick succession - first, the capuchins and squirrel monkeys (bottom left), ...
If you are interested in any of Dr. Melins work or the work of her collaborators, check out the papers below to get you started on your journey to further understand primate vision! Cheers to the discoveries of primate sensory ecology and the thrill of new discoveries yet to come!. References (firewall protected):. Kawamura, S., Hiramatsu, C., Melin, A.D., Schaffner, C.M., Aureli, F., & Fedigan, L.M. (2012). Polymorphic color vision in primates: evolutionary considerations. In Post-genome biology of primates (pp. 93-120). Springer Tokyo.. Melin, A. D., Fedigan, L. M., Hiramatsu, C., Sendall, C. L., & Kawamura, S. (2007). Effects of colour vision phenotype on insect capture by a free-ranging population of white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus. Animal Behaviour, 73(1), 205-214.. Hiramatsu, C., Melin, A. D., Aureli, F., Schaffner, C. M., Vorobyev, M., & Kawamura, S. (2009). Interplay of olfaction and vision in fruit foraging of spider monkeys. Animal Behaviour, 77(6), 1421-1426.. Melin, A. D., ...
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Young C; Majolo B; Heistermann M; Schülke O; Ostner J (2014). Responses to social and environmental stress are attenuated by strong male bonds in wild macaques. P Natl Acad Sci USA (PNAS) 111: 18195-18200. Rimbach R; Link A; Montes-Rojas A; Di Fiore, A; Heistermann M; Heymann EW (2014). Behavioral and physiological responses to fruit availability of spider monkeys ranging in a small forest fragment. Am J Primatol 76: 1049-1061. - PDF available via open access - Mandalaywala T; Higham JP; Heistermann M; Parker KJ; Maestripieri D (2014). Physiological and behavioural responses to weaning conflict in free-ranging primate infants. Anim Behav 97: 241-247. Girard-Buttoz C; Heistermann M; Rhami E; Agil M; Fauzan PA; Engelhardt A (2014). Costs of mate-guarding in wild male long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis): Physiological stress and aggression. Horm Behav 66: 637-648. - PDF available via open access - Balestri M; Barresi M; Campera M; Serra V; Ramanamanjato JB; Heistermann M; Donati G (2014). ...
Have you ever heard of a pack of wolves, meercats, spider monkeys, chimps, gorillas, howler monkeys, lions, elephants, etc. living in five hundred to thousand individual size groups or shall we say herds? All of them and a mass of other such small group animals live in groups in numbers per group that stays within a certain range. In most, there is an alpha male whom the group revolves around. There will be sub-alphas who support him but one of which will ultimately replace him. When the group gets behond its usual size, it begins to become difficult to keep together. There is more dissention. If the alpha is weak, females will leave with their offspring or another male becomes dominant. With some groups, its the head female that is dominant. A too large group encourages the sub-dominant male to split off with some of the females. Nothing can make the females, gays and children more uneasy and insecure than if the group is large enough that the dominant male has more females than he can control ...
Have you ever heard of a pack of wolves, meercats, spider monkeys, chimps, gorillas, howler monkeys, lions, elephants, etc. living in five hundred to thousand individual size groups or shall we say herds? All of them and a mass of other such small group animals live in groups in numbers per group that stays within a certain range. In most, there is an alpha male whom the group revolves around. There will be sub-alphas who support him but one of which will ultimately replace him. When the group gets behond its usual size, it begins to become difficult to keep together. There is more dissention. If the alpha is weak, females will leave with their offspring or another male becomes dominant. With some groups, its the head female that is dominant. A too large group encourages the sub-dominant male to split off with some of the females. Nothing can make the females, gays and children more uneasy and insecure than if the group is large enough that the dominant male has more females than he can control ...
What can spider monkeys, peacocks, ostriches & sheep tell us about global warming & the climate debate on Capitol Hill? Watch the National Wildlife Federations Climate Capsule!
Chameleons* are among the most distinctive and charismatic of lizards, and a long list of anatomical features makes them unusual relative to other members of the group. Most of the sorts of things I have in mind (those grasping hands and feet, the protrusible tongue and so on) are well known. Less familiar is that chameleons are not all branch-climbing specialists with prehensile tails: the group also includes a substantial number of terrestrial, leaf- and twig-mimicking taxa, many of which are tiny
The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria.
Antitrombina (AT), uma proteína membro da família dos inibidores de serino proteases, é uma glicoproteína que co-existe em duas isoformas, a e b, que se diferenciam pelo conteúdo de glicosilação e pela afinidade por glicosaminoglicanos (GAG), um grupo de polissacarídeos polisulfatados, dentre as quais se destaca a heparina. AT é ativada quando ligada a GAGs, tornando-se assim capaz de inibir, com alta eficiência, proteases da cascata de coagulação como trombina e fXa. Essas enzimas formam complexos ternários com heparina e AT, sendo cada uma subsequentemente inibidas preferencialmente por um mecanismo de ação distinto: [1] baseado em mudanças conformacionais (fXa), ou pelo [2] mecanismo de ponte (trombina). Adicionalmente, já foi observado que heparina isoladamente pode modular a atividade catalítica de fIIa e fXa. Considerando a falta de dados estruturais a respeito dos efeitos da glicosilação sobre a estrutura e flexibilidade de AT, bem como sobre o reconhecimento ...
A Quibasa-Bioclin é uma indústria mineira focada na produção e desenvolvimento de kits de diagnósticos para laboratório de análises clínicas.
Experiments designed to ascertain the reason for the cessation of growth of heart fibroblasts when they are cultivated in a plasma coagulum with embryo juice as nutrient fluid have shown that it is due, first, to the gradual removal of serum from the coagulum, and second, to an insufficient supply of embryo juice. In a medium containing embryo extract at 66 per cent concentration and serum at 8 per cent concentration, growth continued until the entire coagulum in a 3½ cm. flask was covered with tissue. The serum is needed to furnish additional nutriment, and also to prevent digestion of the coagulum.. ...
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The term atelectasis is derived from the Greek words ateles and ektasis, which mean incomplete expansion. Atelectasis is defined as diminished volume affecting all or part of a lung.
During the recent epidemic of acute anterior poliomyelitis in Panamá the author became interested in experimental studies of the etiologic agent. Three strains of poliomyelitis virus were isolated in rhesus monkeys (Rodaniche, in press). However, in view of the costliness of Macaca mulatta and the delay and difficulty experienced at times in obtaining specimens, it seemed advisable to attempt transmission of the virus to local monkeys. Since Melnick and Paul (1943) and Melnick (1946) had reported successful transmission to South American species of Cebus capucina, the corresponding Panamanian species was chosen for study. Later, experiments were also conducted with two of the four local subspecies of the howler monkey and with juvenile specimens of the black spider monkey. Mackay and Schroeder (1935) were unsuccessful in their attempts to transmit the virus to the South American spider monkey, Ateles ater, but we hoped that perhaps infant and juvenile specimens might prove more susceptible.
Domain: Eukaryota • Regnum: Animalia • Phylum: Chordata • Subphylum: Vertebrata • Infraphylum: Gnathostomata • Superclassis: Tetrapoda • Classis: Mammalia • Subclassis: Theria • Infraclassis: Eutheria • Ordo: Carnivora • Subordo: Feliformia • Familia: Felidae • Subfamilia: Felinae • Genus: Leopardus • Species: Leopardus geoffroyi (dOrbigny & Gervais, 1844) ...
Human prostate-specific antigen (PSA or KLK3) is an important marker for the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer. This is an androgen-regulated glycoprotein of the kallikrein-related protease family secreted by prostatic epithelial cells. Its physiological function is to cleave semenogelins in the seminal coagulum and its enzymatic activity is strongly modulated by zinc ions ...
Human beings and the great apes (chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans) experience a true menstrual cycle. Old World Monkeys (baboons, macaques, etc.) are sometimes included as having a menstrual cycle depending on how terms are defined. However, most placental mammals-such as dogs, cats, elephants, and New World Monkeys (howler, capuchin, and spider monkeys, etc.)-experience estrus instead. One difference is that animals that have estrous cycles reabsorb the endometrium if conception does not occur during that cycle. Animals that have menstrual cycles shed the endometrium through menstruation instead. Another difference is sexual activity. In species with estrous cycles, females are generally only sexually active during the estrous phase of their cycle (near the time of ovulation). This is also referred to as being in heat. In contrast, females of species with menstrual cycles can be sexually active at any time in their cycle, even when they are not about to ovulate. Humans, unlike some other ...
This is the only field guide to provide comprehensive coverage of the mammals of Central America and Southeast Mexico. This edition features 21 new species accounts, including nine for bats. Four new full-color maps show parks and protected areas, biomes, elevations, and habitat loss. From Funnel-eared Bats and Spider Monkeys to Climbing Rats and Pocket Mice, Anteaters and Sloths to Sperm Whales and Ocean Dolphins, the guide fully describes every known regional species.
The porcupette is on display in the zoos courtyard enclosure, along with his mother, grandmother and other family members.. Other newborn zoo animals include a pancake tortoise and a muntjac faun named Marius. A two year-old male Asian Small Clawed Otter called Wonga has also joined the collection from a visitor attraction in Devon. The newcomer is settling in well with Reaseheaths female otter Ying and can be seen in the otter enclosure.. Reaseheaths animal collection also includes meerkats, spider monkeys, ring tailed lemurs, a serval cat, birds of prey and many reptiles, amphibians, fish and companion animals like rabbits.. As well as touring the enclosures and joining in educational activities, families can learn how to reduce their carbon footprint by joining the Pole to Pole campaign. The campaign has been adopted by leading zoos and aquariums in Europe and North America and aims to influence the energy consumption of visitors.. Additional activities over the holiday weekend include ...
The olfactory sensitivity of five male CD-1 mice (Mus musculus) for six amino acids was determined using an operant conditioning paradigm. All animals significantly distinguished dilutions as low as 0.01 mM L-cysteine, 3.3 mM L-methionine, 10 mM L-proline, 0.03 mM D-cysteine, 0.3 mM D-methionine and 10 mM D-proline from the odorless solvent, with individual animals displaying even lower detection thresholds. Among the three different L-forms of the amino acids the mice were most sensitive for cysteine and least sensitive for proline, and among the three D-forms the animals displayed a lower sensitivity for D-proline compared to D-cysteine and D-methionine. A comparison between the present data and results obtained with other species showed that the CD-1 mice displayed a higher sensitivity than human subjects and spider monkeys with three (L-Cysteine, D-cysteine and L-proline) of the six amino acids. Results from this report support the idea that the number of functional olfactory receptor genes ...
The monito del monte (Spanish for little monkey of the bush) or colocolo opossum, Dromiciops gliroides, also called chumaihuén in Mapudungun, is a diminutive marsupial native only to southwestern South America (Argentina and Chile). It is the only extant species in the ancient order Microbiotheria, and the sole New World representative of the superorder Australidelphia (all other New World marsupials are members of the paraphyletic Ameridelphia). The species is nocturnal and arboreal, and lives in thickets of South American mountain bamboo in the Valdivian temperate rain forests of the southern Andes, aided by its partially prehensile tail. It eats primarily insects and other small invertebrates, supplemented with fruit. The monito del monte is the sole extant member of the order Microbiotheria. It was first described by English zoologist Oldfield Thomas in 1894. The generic name Dromiciops is based on the resemblance of the monito del monte to the eastern pygmy possum (Cercartetus nanus), ...
A surprisingly diverse array of animals, from spiders to mammals, have adhesive structures on their feet that allow them to run along vertical surfaces, climb high in the canopy, or hang upside down to await their prey. Lizards, particularly geckos, have received a lot of attention throughout the last century because of the incredible weight-bearing ability of their adhesive pads. This ability is thanks in part to remarkable, tiny, hair-like projections on these pads, called setae. Similar structures have been found, and only recently described in detail, on the feet and tail of chameleons. Chameleons are a morphologically unique group of lizards, with tightly grasping, grouped, opposable toes and prehensile tails. The hair-like structures on their feet and tail do not confer adhesive advantages upon the slow and careful chameleon as they do on their cousins the geckos, but Eraqi Khannoon at the University of Glasgow and his international team of colleagues suspected that they might provide some ...
Seahorse refers to ray-finned fish. Forms a genus in which there are 54 species. They live in shallow waters in tropical and subtropical marine waters worldwide. In the Pacific ocean are found from North to South America. In the Atlantic from Nova Scotia and further South. There is a colony at the mouths of the European rivers. For example, in the Thames. Three species live in the Mediterranean sea.. Appearance. Body length varies from 1.5 to 35 cm External appearance resembles a chess knight. The skin is thin and stretched bony plates in the form of rings. Each type have their number of rings. The neck is flexible and well expressed. For seahorses is characterized by vertical rather than horizontal movement in the water. They tremble dorsal fin and pectoral fins behind the eyes.. This is the most slow swimming fish in the world. Their top speed is 2-1,5 km/h. Caudal fin not. These bad swimmers most of the time are stationary, hooked prehensile tails for marine vegetation. Snout long and tubular ...
When threatened or harmed, they will play possum, mimicking the appearance and smell of a sick or dead animal. This physiological response is involuntary (like fainting), rather than a conscious act. In the case of baby opossums, however, the brain does not always react this way at the appropriate moment, and therefore they often fail to play dead when threatened. When an opossum is playing possum, the animals lips are drawn back, the teeth are bared, saliva foams around the mouth, the eyes close or half-close, and a foul-smelling fluid is secreted from the anal glands. The stiff, curled form can be prodded, turned over, and even carried away without reaction. The animal will typically regain consciousness after a period of a few minutes to four hours, a process that begins with slight twitching of the ears.[31]. Some species of opossums have prehensile tails, although dangling by the tail is more common among juveniles. An opossum may also use its tail as a brace and a fifth limb when ...
BT Cables is one of the few companies within the industry to have an environmental manifesto. The company is ISO 14001 certified and fully compliant with Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) requirements.. The company offers a full range of halogen-free flame retardant (HFFR) cables and has also recently achieved several environmental milestones, including a reduction of 3% in power consumption, the substitution of wooden battens by plastic wrapping (50%), the redesign of wooden drums to reduce the wood consumption (15%), collection of 70% of drums to be re-used in the domestic market and most significantly, there have been no environmental claims received for more than ten years.. Furthermore, BT Cables is working with The Carbon Trust, Groundwork EBS and The Manufacturing Institute to calculate its carbon footprint and reduce its impact on the environment by up to 25% in the next ten years.. ...
Type Bahia near Seabra. leg. Alvim Seidel no 1056. flowered in cultivation October 1986. HOLOTYPE: HB. Regarding all known species of the genus Streptocalyx, we did not observe any close relation between them and the new described species. On the other hand according to the key elaborated by Smith & Downs (1979), the S. seidelii Leme fits near S. poeppigii Beer, differing, at first sight, by the shape of the leaves; the sepals much more strongly asymmetric and smaller; the petals also much smaller and yellow, and the ovules obtuse.. NOTE Dec 2009: ...
A etiologia da DHEG permanece desconhecida, porém alguns fatores foram propostos, tais como aspectos imunológicos, predisposição genética, falha na placentação, anormalidades na coagulação, má adaptação circulatória, aumento da resistência vascular por constrição arteriolar generalizada, aumento na produção e na relação do tromboexano A2/PGI2 (prostaciclina), aumentando a vasoconstrição, a agregação plaquetária, a atividade uterina e a redução do fluxo sanguíneo uteroplacentário (KAHHALE; ZUGAIB, 2000; REZENDE; MONTENEGRO, 2000 ...
It is a member of the subfamily Atelinae, which includes the spider monkeys, woolly monkeys and muriquis, and of the genus ...
Podrodzina: czepiaki (Atelinae) *Rodzaje: czepiak (Ateles), muriki (Brachyteles), wełniak (Lagothrix), wełnik (Oreonax) ...
Nueva especie de Alouatta (Primates, Atelinae) del Pleistoceno Tardío de Bahía, Brasil. Ameghiniana 45. 247-251. Accessed 2017- ...
Among all atelinae primates, Colombian woolly monkeys exhibit the most sexual dimorphism in body size. Males are about forty- ...
... s are New World monkeys belonging to the genus Ateles, part of the subfamily Atelinae, family Atelidae. Like other ... More recent molecular evidence suggests the Atelinae split in the middle to late Miocene (13 Ma), separating spider monkeys ... Family Atelidae Subfamily Alouattinae: howler monkeys Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles: spider monkeys Red-faced spider monkey, ...
... subfamily Atelinae), Venezuelan red howler (Alouatta seniculus), common squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus), bare-eared squirrel ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Geoffroy's spider monkey, Ateles geoffroyi LC Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40 ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Red-faced spider monkey, Ateles paniscus LC Subfamily: Alouattinae Genus: Alouatta Guyanan red howler, ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Red-faced spider monkey, Ateles paniscus LC Genus: Alouatta Guyanan red howler, Alouatta macconnelli LC ...
Suborder: Haplorhini Infraorder: Simiiformes Parvorder: Platyrrhini Family: Atelidae Subfamily: Atelinae Genus: Ateles ...
Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles, spider monkeys Red-faced spider monkey, Ateles paniscus White-fronted spider monkey, Ateles ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles White-fronted spider monkey, Ateles belzebuth VU Brown spider monkey, Ateles hybridus CR Red-faced ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Geoffroy's spider monkey, A. geoffroyi EN Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40% of ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles White-fronted spider monkey, Ateles belzebuth EN Peruvian spider monkey, Ateles chamek EN Black-headed ...
1996 Atelinae, incertae sedis Protopithecus Lund, 1838 Protopithecus brasiliensis Lund, 1838 Cebidae Bonaparte, 1831 Cebinae ... 1990 Atelinae Gray, 1825 Tribus: Alouattini Stirtonia Hershkovitz, 1970 Stirtonia tatacoensis Stirton, 1951 Stirtonia victoriae ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Red-faced spider monkey, Ateles paniscus LC Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40% ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles White-fronted spider monkey, Ateles belzebuth VU Peruvian spider monkey, Ateles chamek LC Genus: ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles White-fronted spider monkey, Ateles belzebuth VU Black-headed spider monkey, Ateles fusciceps CR Genus: ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Peruvian spider monkey, Ateles chamek LC Genus: Lagothrix Gray woolly monkey, Lagothrix cana NT Brown ...
... spider and woolly monkeys Subfamily Alouattinae Genus Alouatta Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles Genus Jack Soloman Genus ...
Atelinae Genus: Ateles Black-headed spider monkey (Ateles fusciceps) CR Geoffroy's spider monkey, Ateles geoffroyi EN Rodents ...
... howler monkey Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles - spider monkey Genus Brachyteles - muriqui Genus Lagothrix - woolly monkey Genus ...
Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles White-bellied spider monkey (Ateles belzebuth) Peruvian spider monkey (Ateles chamek) Black- ...
The Atelinae are a subfamily of New World monkeys in the family Atelidae, and includes the various spider and woolly monkeys. ... Family Atelidae: howler, spider and woolly monkeys Subfamily Alouattinae Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles: spider monkeys Genus ... yellow-tailed woolly monkey Subfamily Atelinae Genus Stirtonia Stirtonia tatacoensis Stirtonia victoriae Genus Protopithecus ...
The Atelinae are a subfamily of New World monkeys in the family Atelidae, and includes the various spider and woolly monkeys. ... Family Atelidae: howler, spider and woolly monkeys Subfamily Alouattinae Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles: spider monkeys Genus ... yellow-tailed woolly monkey Subfamily Atelinae Genus Stirtonia Stirtonia tatacoensis Stirtonia victoriae Genus Protopithecus ...
It is a member of the subfamily Atelinae, which includes the spider monkeys, woolly monkeys and muriquis, and of the genus ...
Podrodzina: czepiaki (Atelinae) *Rodzaje: czepiak (Ateles), muriki (Brachyteles), wełniak (Lagothrix), wełnik (Oreonax) ...
They are placed in the Atelinae subfamily with the woolly monkeys (genus Lagothrix) and the woolly spider monkeys (genus ... Found in tropical forests from southern Mexico to Brazil, spider monkeys belong to the subfamily Atelinae with the woolly ...
Atelinae. Choose one. > Lagothrix cana. > Lagothrix flavicauda. > Lagothrix lagotricha. > Lagothrix lugens. > Lagothrix ...
Subfamily Atelinae (spider and woolly monkeys). *. Ateles (spider monkeys). 4 to 8 species.. ...
Subfamilia: Atelinae. Genus: Brachyteles. Species: Brachyteles arachnoides. Name[edit]. Brachyteles arachnoides, (É. Geoffroy, ...
Subfamily: Atelinae. Genus: Brachyteles. Species: B. arachnoides, B. hypoxanthus. Other names: woolly spider monkey; ulden ...
Subfamilia: Atelinae. Genus: Lagothrix. Species: Lagothrix poeppigii. Name[edit]. Lagothrix poeppigii Schinz, 1844 ...
Subfamily: Atelinae. Genus: Ateles. Species: A. paniscus. Other names: red-faced spider monkey or red-faced black spider monkey ...
Nueva especie de Alouatta (Primates, Atelinae) del Pleistoceno Tardío de Bahía, Brasil. Ameghiniana 45. 247-251. Accessed 2017- ...
The subfamily Atelinae includes the spider monkeys, the woolly spider monkeys, and the woolly monkeys. These monkeys are as ...
Atelinae phylogenetic relationships: the trichotomy revived? Am J Phys Anthropol 124:285-296. Cooke SB, Rosenberger AL, Turvey ... Atelinae adaptations: behavioral strategies and ecological constraints. Am J Phys Anthropol 88:515-524. Takai M. 1994. New ... In contrast, if Protopithecus is the sister taxon of the Atelinae, there are many more parallelisms along the individual ... 2003) for Lagothrix and Ateles (see also Lockwood, 1999). As the Atelinae evolved, they apparently became larger in body mass ...
... a yells perceives paradoxically the pluriparity iridocyclectomy since fuss atelinae. Roentgenometries or lavaging - melanizing ...
Certain features present in Miocene hominoids could be found in Atelinae and living Asian apes but they are limited to some ...
Molecular phylogeny of Ateline new world monkeys (Platyrrhini, Atelinae) based on gamma-globin gene sequences: Evidence that ...
Hochberg, N. S., Rekhtman, S., Burns, J., Ganley-Leal, L., Helbig, S., Watts, N. S., Brandeis, G. H., Ellner, J. J. & Horsburgh, C. R., Mar 1 2016, In : International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 44, p. 37-43 7 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article ...
the Atelinae C. A. Peres, pp.467-488; The relation be-. tween red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) troop size. and population ... Callitrichinae, Atelinae) y en otro casos ciertos g6neros. son asignados a una subfamilia monotipica (Aotus, Saimiri,. Alouatta ... La subfamilia Atelinae (Ateles, Lagothrix, Brachyteles). compare ciertos caracteres dentarios, aunque las mayores. similitudes ... Brachyteles arachnoides, like other Atelinae, has been. considered to be a seed disperser, rather than a predator. (Terborgh, ...
Molecular Phylogeny of Ateline New World Monkeys (Platyrrhini, Atelinae) Based on (-Globin Gene Sequences: Evidence that ...
Atelinae) based on gamma hemoglobin gene sequences [publication information unavailable], GenBank Accession Numbers AF030092, ...
Atelinae), common marmoset (C. jacchus, Callitrichinae), and dusky titi (C. moloch, Callicebinae); and cat (F. catus). ...
Alouatta is a member of the Atelinae, a group of large-bodied arboreal platyrrhines that includes the spider monkeys, woolly ...
... your loots physiognomical although teaches acheter du vardenafil oral jelly 20 mg en ligne legalement overhead atelinae. ...
Subfamily Atelinae (organism) {389136005 , SNOMED-CT } Parent/Child (Relationship Type) Genus Ateles (organism) {389138006 , ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Visceral infection by Porocephalus spp. (Pentastomida) in Neotropical wild mammals. AU - Gomez-Puerta, L. A.. AU - Baselly, L.. AU - Lopez-Urbina, M. T.. AU - Gonzalez, A. E.. AU - Mayor, P.. PY - 2020. Y1 - 2020. N2 - Larval stages of pentastomids were collected from different organs of small mammals from the Peruvian Amazon. These parasitized mammals included: a western Amazonian oryzomys (Hylaeamys perenensis), an elegant oryzomys (Euryoryzomys nitidus), a lowland paca (Cuniculus paca), two kinkajous (Potos flavus), two silvery woolly monkeys (Lagothrix poeppigii) and a brown-mantled tamarin (Leontocebus fuscicollis). Pentastomids were found in the mesentery and parenchyma of the liver and lungs of these animals. All pentastomids were morphologically identified as nymphs of Porocephalus spp. Only the nymphs collected from select animals (the western Amazonian oryzomys, the elegant oryzomys and the brown-mantled tamarin) were analysed molecularly. Molecular analysis was ...
Subfamily Atelinae (organism) {389136005 , SNOMED-CT } Download Relationships Other Relationships No other relationships ...
Aotus Callicebus Callicebus Callicebus Callicebus Callicebus Pithecia Pithecia Pithecia Chiroptes Chiroptes Chiroptes Atelinae ...
Four taxonomic groups (Hominidae, Hylobatidae, Cercopithecini, Atelinae) that predominantly occupy the M 1,M 2,M 3 molar ...
Amato, K. R., Chaves, Ó. M., Mallott, E. K., Eppley, T. M., Abreu, F., Baden, A. L., Barnett, A. A., Bicca-Marques, J. C., Boyle, S. A., Campbell, C. J., Chapman, C. A., De la Fuente, M. F., Fan, P., Fashing, P. J., Felton, A., Fruth, B., Fortes, V. B., Grueter, C. C., Hohmann, G., Irwin, M. & 25 others, Matthews, J. K., Mekonnen, A., Melin, A. D., Morgan, D. B., Ostner, J., Nguyen, N., Piel, A. K., Pinacho-Guendulain, B., Quintino-Arêdes, E. P., Razanaparany, P. T., Schiel, N., Sanz, C. M., Schülke, O., Shanee, S., Souto, A., Souza-Alves, J. P., Stewart, F., Stewart, K. M., Stone, A., Sun, B., Tecot, S., Valenta, K., Vogel, E. R., Wich, S. & Zeng, Y., 2021, (Accepted/In press) In: American Journal of Physical Anthropology.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review ...
Chen, Z. X., Sturgill, D., Qu, J., Jiang, H., Park, S., Boley, N., Suzuki, A. M., Fletcher, A. R., Plachetzki, D. C., FitzGerald, P. C., Artieri, C. G., Atallah, J., Barmina, O., Brown, J. B., Blankenburg, K. P., Clough, E., Dasgupta, A., Gubbala, S., Han, Y., Jayaseelan, J. C. & 43 others, Kalra, D., Kim, Y. A., Kovar, C. L., Lee, S. L., Li, M., Malley, J. D., Malone, J. H., Mathew, T., Mattiuzzo, N. R., Munidasa, M., Muzny, D. M., Ongeri, F., Perales, L., Przytycka, T. M., Pu, L. L., Robinson, G., Thornton, R. L., Saada, N., Scherer, S. E., Smith, H. E., Vinson, C., Warner, C. B., Worley, K. C., Wu, Y. Q., Zou, X., Cherbas, P., Kellis, M., Eisen, M. B., Piano, F., Kionte, K., Fitch, D. H., Sternberg, P. W., Cutter, A. D., Duff, M. O., Hoskins, R. A., Graveley, B. R., Gibbs, R. A., Bickel, P. J., Kopp, A., Carninci, P., Celniker, S. E., Oliver, B. & Richards, S., Jul 2014, In: Genome Research. 24, 7, p. 1209-1223 15 p.. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review ...
  • The Atelinae are a subfamily of New World monkeys in the family Atelidae, and includes the various spider and woolly monkeys. (wikipedia.org)
  • Family Atelidae: howler, spider and woolly monkeys Subfamily Alouattinae Subfamily Atelinae Genus Ateles: spider monkeys Genus Brachyteles: muriquis (woolly spider monkeys) Genus Lagothrix: woolly monkeys Genus Oreonax: yellow-tailed woolly monkey Subfamily Atelinae Genus Stirtonia Stirtonia tatacoensis Stirtonia victoriae Genus Protopithecus Protopithecus brasiliensis Genus Caipora Caipora bambuiorum Genus Solimoea Solimoea acrensis Groves, C. P. (2005). (wikipedia.org)
  • Spider monkeys are New World monkeys belonging to the genus Ateles , part of the subfamily Atelinae, family Atelidae. (wikimili.com)
  • It is a member of the subfamily Atelinae , which includes the spider monkeys, woolly monkeys and muriquis, and of the genus Ateles , which contains all the spider monkeys. (wikipedia.org)
  • Found in tropical forests from southern Mexico to Brazil , spider monkeys belong to the subfamily Atelinae with the woolly spider monkeys (genus Brachyteles ) and the woolly monkeys (genus Lagothrix ). (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • They are placed in the Atelinae subfamily with the woolly monkeys (genus Lagothrix ) and the woolly spider monkeys (genus Brachyteles]] ). (newworldencyclopedia.org)
  • 1999. Molecular phylogeny of Ateline new world monkeys (Platyrrhini, Atelinae) based on gamma-globin gene sequences: Evidence that Brachyteles is the sister group of Lagothrix. (tolweb.org)
  • Alouatta is a member of the Atelinae, a group of large-bodied arboreal platyrrhines that includes the spider monkeys, woolly monkeys, and woolly spider monkeys. (digimorph.org)
  • Species range from 382 to 686 mm head and body length in the Atelinae and from 559 to 915 mm head and body length in the howler monkeys ( Alouattinae ). (animaldiversity.org)
  • Certain features present in Miocene hominoids could be found in Atelinae and living Asian apes but they are limited to some functional regions of the postcrania only. (springer.com)