Elucidating the information content of vocal signals is fundamental to the understanding of animal communication. Acoustically distinct calls produced in specific contexts allow listeners to predict future events and choose adequate responses. However, the vocal repertoires of most terrestrial mammals consist of a limited number of call types that vary within and between categories. These "graded signaling systems" are thought to be rich in information, at the cost of increasing uncertainty regarding call categorization. In this study, patterns of acoustic variation in grunts of wild chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) were assessed in relation to different contexts, callers arousal, the presence of listeners, and individual identity. Although overall production specificity was low, and sensitive to the number of contexts under consideration, grunts given in three contexts could be statistically distinguished from each other. Contextual differences remained when controlling for caller arousal, ...
The Chacma baboon (Papio ursinus) is one of the best-known characters of the southern African landscape. Families of these baboons are regularly spott
Its sad when humans encroach on the habitat of wild animals and its not often that they can live side by side without conflict. Here, on the outskirts of Windhoek, we live beneath a rocky hill that is the home to a troop of Chacma baboons. At night they keep us awake with their very vocal fighting and courting and during the day they make their presence felt in the suburb by raiding dirt bins or entering houses looking for food. We have to remind ourselves that they were here long before we were and we are in actual fact the intruders on their turf! Hard to be fair-minded when there is litter strewn all over the ground though.. ...
Synonyms for Baboons in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Baboons. 9 words related to baboon: catarrhine, Old World monkey, chacma, chacma baboon, Papio ursinus, mandrill, Mandrillus sphinx, Mandrillus leucophaeus, drill. What are synonyms for Baboons?
Prenatal androgens are responsible for sex differences in behaviour and morphology in many species, causing changes in neural structure and function that persist throughout life. Some variation in the expression of behaviour between individuals of the same sex can also be attributed to differences in exposure to prenatal sex hormones. The ratio of the second and fourth digits (2D:4D ratio) is a proposed biomarker for prenatal androgen effects (PAE). Through assessment of 2D:4D ratios, this study aimed to investigate the relationship between inferred PAE and social behaviours in female chacma baboons (Papio ursinus). We validated a new method to measure 2D:4D indirectly using digital photographs and computer-assisted image analysis software. There was a strong correlation between 2D:4D ratio and dominance rank amongst female baboons. Low 2D:4D ratios were associated with high rank, lower submission rates and higher rates of non-contact and contact aggression. This is consistent with the ...
During previous studies of susceptibility to hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection, HBV DNA was detected in 2/6 wildcaught baboons. In the present study, HBV DNA was amplified from 15/69 wild-caught baboons. All animals were negative for HBV surface antigen and antibody against HBV core antigen. Liver tissue from 1 baboon was immunohistochemically negative for HBV surface antigen but positive for HBV core antigen. The complete HBV genome of an isolate from this liver clustered with subgenotype A2. Reverse transcription PCR of liver RNA amplified virus precore and surface protein genes, indicating replication of virus in baboon liver tissue. Four experimentally naive baboons were injected with serum from HBV DNA-positive baboons. These 4 baboons showed transient seroconversion, and HBV DNA was amplified from serum at various times after infection. The presence of HBV DNA at relatively low levels and in the absence of serologic markers in the baboon, a nonhuman primate, indicates an occult infection ...
Lentinellus ursinus. [ Basidiomycetes > Russulales > Auriscalpiaceae > Lentinellus . . . ]. by Michael Kuo. This Lentinellus species is sometimes called the "Bear Lentinellus," in a translation of its Latin name--but what that wacky old Swede Elias Fries was thinking is beyond me. Nothing about Lentinellus ursinus strikes me as bear-like . . . except for the bear of a headache involved with identifying it.. At issue (for me, anyway) is the distinction between Lentinellus ursinus and Lentinellus vulpinus (the "Fox Lentinellus," if we were to be consistent; one starts to wonder whether the ancients were studying mushrooms or Aesops Fables). In theory Lentinellus vulpinus differs, in part, by having a stem--but the "stem" is a lateral, one-centimeter job that can be awfully hard to distinguish. Field guides expound on differences between the two species in colors (of the cap surface and its fuzz), but these features overlap and the mushrooms demonstrate considerable variability, even in the course ...
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Reproduction and mating systems of the genus Papio fall into two primary types. The first is polygynadrous or promiscuous mating in multi-male, multi-female troops, found in all species except P. hamadryas. The second is mating within single male social units, typically found in P. hamadryas but occasionally reported for P. anubis, P. cynocephalus, and P. ursinus. (Hrdy and Whitten, 1986; Melnick and Pearl, 1986; Nowak, 1999; Smuts, 1986a; Stammbach, 1986; Walters, 1986). Within multi-female, multi-male troops, females attract males during a prolonged estrus period through the swelling of their prominently colored ano-genital area. Estrus swellings typically last for many days, during which males may actively compete for access to the female. Papio anubis females are reported to have receptivity of 15 to 20 day during the middle portion of their estrous cycles. Papio ursinus females are receptive throughout their cycle, but copulations peak during the mid portion of the cycle. (Walters, ...
Stephen Kolwicz recently visited Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center (CCCHMC) to collaborate on a research project with Dr. Stephen Standage, a pediatric cardiologist. Dr. Standage is investigating the effects of sepsis, a life-threatening systemic infection, on cardiac lipid metabolism and function. During his visit, Dr. Kolwicz gave a research seminar entitled, "Cardiac Lipid Metabolism: A Tale of Two Fats?", where he presented some of the recent research performed in the Heart and Muscle Metabolism (HaMM) lab led by recent Ursinus graduates, Ian Dysinger (HEP 19) and Elizabeth DeWitt (BCMB 19). Dr. Kolwicz also met with members of the UC/CCHMC Early-Career Cardiovascular Researchers group to discuss career development issues and the research environment at Ursinus College. ...
Lwandiso undertook a BSc degree in Zoology and Biochemistry between 2010 and 2012 at the University of Fort Hare. In 2013 he augmented this qualification with an Honours degree in Zoology under the supervision of Professor Judith Masters and Dr Fabien Génin. His Honours research project, entitled "Mitigation of conflict between humans and non-human primates [samango monkeys (Cercopithecus albogularis) and baboons (Papio ursinus)] in Hogsback", involved interviews with people from various communities in the semi-urban area of Hogsback and one of the ajoining rural areas, Hala. Lwandisos investigations revealed that many Hogsback residents subscribed to the view that the wild primates - particularly the baboons - have only recently moved into the Hogsback region, and their population numbers are increasing at an uncontrolled rate. Other evidence suggests that human-wildlife conflict has escalated in recent years because the land and resources available to wild animals has diminished through land ...
These postcranial and cranial elements are all attributed to Parapapio sp., and are compared with extant primate skeletons housed at the Transvaal Museum. The fossils are also compared with two well-preserved fossil monkey bones (SK 591A and C from Swartkrans (Brain 1981) curated at the Palaeontology Department of the Transvaal Museum). SK 591A and C can be attributed to Parapapio. SK 591 A is a left femur with the proximal end and shaft. SK 591C is a complete left humerus. The morphology of SK 591A is comparable to KNM-LT 2974 from Lothagam9 and A.L.363-1d from Hadar,11 which have both been attributed to the genus Parapapio. SK 591C is comparable to KNM-LT 23074, 23077 and 416 from Lothagam,9 and to A.L.363-12 from Hadar,11 also identified as Parapapio.. The following extant specimens were examined for purposes of comparison with the Waypoint 160 primate postcrania (M = male, F = female, R = right and L = left):. Papio ursinus (baboon): AZ/191 (M), AZ/767 (F), AZ/2921 (?M), AZ/147 R & L ...
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New research shows that chacma baboons within a troop spend more of their time with baboons that have similar characteristics to themselves: associating with those of a similar age, dominance rank and even personality type ...
Hello,. I am Evan Ortiz, a 20 year old college student from Portland, Oregon. I am emailing you at NPR because I love the shows and stories I hear, and I am inspired to share my own story. In particular, my story about depression, college, and college health care. I do this because I feel a deep need to reach out to others suffering from mental illness and depression. I ask that you please hear my story, so that others might hear. I find comfort in the stories I hear on NPR, be it about mental health, car repair, scientific discoveries, philosophy, or lake woebegone, and I want to give back.. In 2010, I attended Ursinus college as a freshman, newly out of high school. Ursinus (i had never heard of it either) is located in collegeville PA, about 3000 miles from my home. I had never been to the east coast except for my campus visit, and had no idea what was in store for me. Not only about the experience of a freshman in college, but about a new culture, being away from home, not knowing anyone, ...
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Why do humans see in all three colors? There isnt a certain answer. Multiple hypotheses have been proposed. Peter Lucas, my former professor, believes our ability to see reds was advantageous in helping our ancestors see young red leaves, which are especially nutritious, against a background that is mostly made up of shades of green (Lucas et al., 1998). Our closest living relatives, chimpanzees and gorillas, consume a diet mainly composed of leaves. Or perhaps we see reds because red fruit is often ripe and therefore we can distinguish ripe fruit against a green background (Allen, 1879; Mollon, 1989; Fleagle, 1999). Yet, if this were the complete answer, wouldnt we expect New World Monkeys, who consume fruit, to see red wavelengths? Another hypothesis suggests that our ability to see shades of red occurred so that male Old World Monkeys could more easily discern the sexual swellings of females that were in estrous (Liman and Innan, 2003 ...
JONES: I find myself a bit depressed by the whole thing a lot of it is the bland saying the banal. Of course, certain aspects of human behavior descend with modification from the past. About half of all genes are switched on in the brain and its foolish to say that those genes are different from all others, they cant evolve. Its clear that we descend from social primates and its no accident that the worse punishment second to the death penalty is solitary confinement. If we descended from orangutans, which are rather solitary, the worst punishment would be to force someone to give a dinner party. So there is an evolutionary psychology in that sense, obviously. But the problem is obviousness disguised as insight. Theres plenty of good work on, say, the rate at which stepmothers kill their children; thats respectable social science. But I have to say I am not very surprised to find that mothers love their children more than stepmothers do. But evolutionary psychologists leap on the tables and ...
See List for details. G = Goals; Sh = Shots; MSH = Missed shots A = Assists; GB = Ground Balls; T/O = Turnovers; CT/O = Caused T/O FW/DC = Faceoffs Won or Draw Controls; FL = Faceoffs Lost; GS = Goals Saved; GA = Goals Allowed TOFF = Team Offense factor; TDEF = Team Defense Factor, TSOS = Team Strength of Schedule Factor Player Team DIV POS CLS PIR G Sh MSh A GB T/O C FW FL GS GA TOFF TDEF TSOS Aaron,Bailey Green Mountain 3 D Fr 54.43 0 1 0 0 7 4 1 0 0 0 0 0.000 0.602 0.425 Abdel-fatah,Kate Johnson State 3 D Fr 54.69 0 0 0 0 16 19 9 1 0 0 0 0.000 0.500 0.454 Aboagye,Edna Bay Path 3 D Jr 53.89 0 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0.500 0.366 Abruzzo,Kimberly Franklin & Marsh 3 A Sr 63.00 15 30 4 7 5 9 4 2 0 0 0 0.000 0.996 0.942 Abrams,Tylar Marymount 3 G Jr 71.10 0 0 0 0 26 16 5 0 0 127 182 0.000 0.689 0.801 Abrahamsen,Saman Muskingum 3 G Fr 55.65 0 1 1 0 15 30 6 0 0 94 229 0.000 0.500 0.543 Abrams,Eden Ursinus 3 A Jr 54.04 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.000 0.850 0.870 Abramowitz,Paige Vassar 3 D Jr 60.84 1 2 ...
Why do humans see in all three colors? There isnt a certain answer. Multiple hypotheses have been proposed. Peter Lucas, my former professor, believes our ability to see reds was advantageous in helping our ancestors see young red leaves, which are especially nutritious, against a background that is mostly made up of shades of green (Lucas et al., 1998). Our closest living relatives, chimpanzees and gorillas, consume a diet mainly composed of leaves. Or perhaps we see reds because red fruit is often ripe and therefore we can distinguish ripe fruit against a green background (Allen, 1879; Mollon, 1989; Fleagle, 1999). Yet, if this were the complete answer, wouldnt we expect New World Monkeys, who consume fruit, to see red wavelengths? Another hypothesis suggests that our ability to see shades of red occurred so that male Old World Monkeys could more easily discern the sexual swellings of females that were in estrous (Liman and Innan, 2003 ...
Research has been conducted on how different aspects of a human females life vary across her menstrual cycle. At different points in a womans menstrual cycle her attractiveness to men differs, with peak attractiveness occurring during her fertile window. A woman is seen as most attractive when leading up to her ovulatory cycle, with high oestrogen levels, while seen as less attractive post ovulation, with high progesterone levels. Women experience subtle changes to their facial appearance, vocal quality and gait when they are within their fertile window. One study found that when in ovulation lap dancers receive the greatest amount of tips. Changes across the cycle are more subtle in humans than in other mammalian species; who may experience sexual swellings when fertile while being unattractive and unreceptive towards males when non-fertile. Sexual feelings and behaviours change around the menstrual cycle. Before and during ovulation, high levels of oestrogen and androgens result in women ...
The Baboon is a medium to large sized species of Old World Monkey that is found in a variety of different habitats throughout Africa and in parts of Arabia. There are five different species of Baboon which are the Olive Baboon, the Guinea Baboon, the Chacma...
2014-15: Team captain in final season and Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference • started 23 of 24 games • led team with 52 percent field goal percentage • led team with 6.1 rebounding average • had seven double-digit scoring outings • tallied career-high 16 points in win at Dickinson (11/19) • snagged season-high 11 rebounds against Ursinus (11/22) • combined for 24 points on 11-13 shooting in back-to-back games against CMS and Caltech • had five-game stretch from 11/16-12/2 where she averaged 11.8 points and 8.4 rebounds.. 2013-14: Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll Appeared in all 26 games, making 25 starts made first career start against Salisbury (11/16) averaged 20.1 minutes and 6.0 points recorded a career-high 13 points to go with five rebounds against Eastern Mennonite (1/2) had a season-high 14 rebounds against Muhlenberg (12/7) recorded 11 points and 8 rebounds against McDaniel (2/19).. 2012-13: Missed season to injury.. 2011-12: Appeared in all 29 games ...
Being down 2-0 just three minutes into the home and season opener might not be an ideal position. Realizing this isnt an ideal position to be in, the Rowan lacrosse team scored 10 goals to go into halftime with a 10-5 lead against Ursinus College last Wednesday.. "Even [though] we were down 2-0, I think we came out a little bit flat," said junior redshirt attack Jess Havers. "I think we just needed to pull ourselves together, clean up the sloppiness and then once we started connecting, we just took off from there.". Havers, along with senior defender Taylor Gretz, scored four goals each for the Profs, who put the game away in the second half with a 6-0 run to cap off a 17-7 win. Three of those goals were by the Gretz and Havers.. For Havers, the season opener was much more than just that. After seeing improvement in her sophomore season in 2017, she tore her ACL before being able to play a minute on the field last season.. "I tore my ACL last year, so this was a big game for me, being a year ...
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The baboons are some of the largest non-hominid members of the primate order; only the Mandrill and the Drill are larger. Baboons have long dog-like muzzles, close-set eyes, heavy powerful jaws, thick fur except on their muzzle, a short tail and rough spots on their rear-ends called ischial callosities. These calluses are nerveless, hairless pads of skin which provide for the sitting comfort of the baboon (and other Old World monkeys). Males of the Hamadryas Baboon species also have a large white mane. There is considerable variation in size and weight depending on species. The Chacma Baboon can be 47 inches and weigh 90 lb, while the biggest Guinea Baboon is 20 inches and weighs only 30 lb. In all baboon species there is pronounced sexual dimorphism (differences between males and females), usually in size but also sometimes in color or canine development.. Baboons are terrestrial (ground dwelling) and are found in savanna, open woodland and hills across Africa. Their diet is omnivorous, but is ...
The biobehavioral consequences of psychogenic stress were examined using neuroendocrine and ethological methods in a captive colony of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus), Specifically, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis reactivity was evaluated as a function of gender and social status in four consecutive social environments [(I) stable heterosexual pairs; (2) isolation; (3) unstable peer groups; and (4) stable peer groups], by measuring both basal plasma cortisol, adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and P-endorphin concentrations and responsiveness of these hormones to dex
Chimpanzees mate throughout the year, although the number of females in oestrus varies seasonally in a group.[27][55] Female chimps are more likely to come into oestrus when food is readily available. Oestrous females exhibit sexual swellings. Chimps tend to be promiscuous, and during estrus females mate with several males in her community,[25] and males have large testicles for sperm competition. However, other forms of mating also exist. A communitys dominant males sometimes restrict reproductive access to females. A male and female can form consortship and mate outside their community. In addition, females sometimes leave their communities and mate with males from neighboring communities.[25][56] These alternative mating strategies give females more mating opportunities without losing the support of the males in their community.[56] Infanticide has been recorded in chimp communities in Gombe, Mahale, and Kibale National Parks. Male chimps practice infanticide on unrelated young to shorten ...
To better understand the complex relationship between animal communication, sexual selection, and kin selection, we propose to integrate ontogenetic, functional, and causational investigations of olfactory communication in the ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta), a promiscuous and highly social primate. This project will expand upon our understanding of lemur scent marking, which is linked to sexual selection, mate choice, and nepotism in this species, by investigating how complex olfactory signals develop and are maintained. Specifically, chemical data (obtained via GCMS of glandular secretions) amassed over the past ten years will be analyzed to explore the development and proximate mechanisms underlying the expression of odorant profiles. The resulting findings will then be considered in conjunction with previous studies on the ultimate function and evolutionary history of lemur olfactory communication to provide a comprehensive review of lemur olfactory communication in the context of sexual and ...
Common names. Vervet monkey [English], blouaap [Afrikaans], inkawu [isiZulu and isiNdebele], kgabo [Setswana and Sesotho], ngobiyana [siSwati], nkawa [Xitsonga] and thoho [Tshivenda].. Vervet monkeys are medium-sized primates that are highly social and live in groups of up to 50 individuals. Within a troop, adult males form a dominance hierarchy that is established and maintained by threat and aggression. Facial expressions (eye lid display) and body postures are used to communicate threats or aggressive behaviour. At sexual maturity, young males tend to migrate between groups - usually in the company of a sibling or peer. In contrast females remain in their natal groups and form strong hierarchies that are based on maternal social status. Vervet monkeys are largely vegetarian and are common in savannah and woodland that have access to water and trees for cover. Vervet monkeys can be serious pests that cause crop damages in areas where their habitat overlaps with agricultural areas. Vervet ...
Where the wild things still are in Ethiopia: a traveler visits the Simien National Park in search of a singular kind of monkey: the gelada.
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The vervet monkey is lightly built and has long arms and legs. The body is pale grizzled grey with yellow down the centre of the back.
Papio hamadryas (hamadryas baboon), Adult Weight: 39.68 lbs (18.00 kg), Birth Weight: 1.79 lbs (814 g), Diet - Invertibrates: 10 %, Diet - Vertibrates: 10 %, Diet - Plants: 80 %, Diet: Carnivore (Invertebrates), Carnivore (Vertebrates), Herbivore, Forages - Ground: 100 %, Female Maturity: 4 years 1 month, |span class=ultooltip title=Incubation|Gestation|/span|: 5 months 21 days, |span class=ultooltip title=Brood / Clutch|Litter|/span| Size: 1, |span class=ultooltip title=Broods / Clutches|Litters|/span| / Year: 1, Maximum Longevity: 38 years, Male Maturity: 4 years 10 months, Weaning: 10 months
Close association between an anoestrous female at the time of lactation and adult male(s) is relatively rare in mammals, but common in baboons (Papio hamadryas subsp.). The functional significance of these
Geladaer har lang og tett grålig pels (en adapsjon til de ekstreme forholdene disse dyra lever under) og en flatere snute enn tradisjonelle bavianer. De har et rødt område på brystet med bar læraktig hud. Arten viser tydelig kjønnsdimorfisme, i det hannene er betydelig større enn hunnene og lett gjenkjennelige på den karakteristiske manken og kappelignende pelsen de bærer på ryggen. Geladaene er terrestriske og eter mest gress (Poaceae). Geladaer holder sammen i grupper som består av en dominant hann og flere hunner. Men flere grupper kan også være sammen på et sted, slik at det kan være mange aper i en flokk. Antallet har kommet helt opp i over 600[trenger referanse]. De kommuniserer med hverandre ved hjelp av kroppsspråk som består av en rekke ansiktsuttrykk og kroppsstillinger. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Coevolution of female ovulatory signals and male-male competition in primates. AU - Nakahashi, Wataru. PY - 2016/3/7. Y1 - 2016/3/7. N2 - Visual signals of ovulation vary among primate species. Although slight ovulatory signals are considered primate ancestral traits of which some species still exhibit, some show prominent swelling of their perineal skin (exaggerated sexual swellings) and others do not exhibit any signals of ovulation (concealed ovulation). These signals strongly affect male mating behaviors. I develop an evolutionary model of female ovulatory signals and male-male competition. I assume that each male allocates his effort between attraction of females and male-male competition for dominance. Each female gains a benefit if she is fertile and free from the alpha male who always guards one of the most fertile females in the group, but suffers a cost if she expresses a different ovulatory signal from an ancestral trait. I show that various types of ovulatory signals ...
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Karen Cristiano specializes in media writing and has a particular interest in medical journalism, feature writing, and copy editing. She earned her masters in journalism from Temple University.. She serves as co-director of the capstone course for senior communication students.. Professor Cristiano spent 13 years working in daily newspapers as an editor and writer, the last seven as a medical writer for The Express in Easton, Pennsylvania. Until mid-2010, she was editor for six years of Communication Abstracts. She also served as a proofreader and associate editor for nine years.. Previous to Drexel she taught at Ursinus College and Temple University. ...
Join Jeff Kerby and Vivek Venkataraman for a rare look at Ethiopias bleeding heart monkey, the gelada. The pair share stories of the species alpine survival techniques, bizarre diet, and unique relationship with the critically endangered Ethiopian wolf.
Join Jeff Kerby and Vivek Venkataraman for a rare look at Ethiopias bleeding heart monkey, the gelada. The pair share stories of the species alpine survival techniques, bizarre diet, and unique relationship with the critically endangered Ethiopian wolf.
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Cercopithecus aethiops English: Vervet Monkey Afrikaans: Blou aap Tswana: Kgabo RW: Not scored SCI: Not scored ABOUT THE VERVET MONKEY:…. ...
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;...
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... s give birth almost six months after conception, usually to one baby but in rare cases, to twins. The mother immediately begins to groom her baby when it is born. The baby is born fully furred, with a pink face and open eyes. The baby begins to nurse within 30 minutes and clings to its mother s stomach for the first week. At three weeks of age, it will become more independent and begin to play with other youngsters, chasing, wrestling and pushing each other. The bond between a mother and baby is very strong, and mothers are very protective, not letting their babies out of their sight for the first few months. Some mothers will not even allow other females to hold her baby until it is several months old. Her other young children eventually are allowed to take care of and hold the baby, and this is considered a great privilege. At two months, the baby begins to eat solid food and sometime between four months to a year, will be slowly weaned. By that time, they will have taken on more ...
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