Age-related changes in molar topography and shearing crest length in a wild population of mountain Gorillas from Volcanoes...Age-related changes in molar topography and shearing crest length in a wild population of mountain Gorillas from Volcanoes...

TY - JOUR. T1 - Age-related changes in molar topography and shearing crest length in a wild population of mountain Gorillas from Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. AU - Glowacka, Halszka. AU - Mcfarlin, Shannon C.. AU - Catlett, Kierstin K.. AU - Mudakikwa, Antoine. AU - Bromage, Timothy G.. AU - Cranfield, Michael R.. AU - Stoinski, Tara S.. AU - Schwartz, Gary. PY - 2016. Y1 - 2016. N2 - Objectives: Great ape teeth must remain functional over long lifespans. The molars of the most folivorous apes, the mountain gorillas, must maintain shearing function for 40+ years while the animals consume large quantities of mechanically challenging foods. While other folivorous primates experience dental senescence, which compromises their occlusal surfaces and affects their reproductive success as they age, it is unknown whether dental senescence also occurs in mountain gorillas. In this article, we quantified and evaluated how mountain gorilla molars change throughout their long lifespans. Materials and ...
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Hominidae - WikipediaHominidae - Wikipedia

The Hominidae (/hɒˈmɪnɪdiː/), whose members are known as great apes[note 1] or hominids, are a taxonomic family of primates ... "Query: Hominidae/Hylobatidae". TimeTree. Temple University. 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2017.. *^ Srivastava (2009). Morphology ... Family Hominidae: humans and other great apes; extinct genera and species excluded[1] *Subfamily Ponginae *Tribe Pongini *Genus ... As mentioned, Hominidae was originally the name given to the family of humans and their (extinct) close relatives, with the ...
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Hominidae - WikipediaHominidae - Wikipedia

The Hominidae (/hɒˈmɪnɪdiː/), whose members are known as great apes[note 1] or hominids, are a taxonomic family of primates ... "Query: Hominidae/Hylobatidae". TimeTree. Temple University. 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2017.. *^ Srivastava (2009). Morphology ... Family Hominidae: humans and other great apes; extinct genera and species excluded[1] *Subfamily Ponginae *Tribe Pongini *Genus ... As mentioned, Hominidae was originally the name given to the family of humans and their (extinct) close relatives, with the ...
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HominidaeHominidae

... Humans, great apes, and their extinct relatives. Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new window ... Page: Tree of Life Hominidae. Humans, great apes, and their extinct relatives. The TEXT of this page is licensed under the ... Hominidae. The University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Animal Diversity Web. *Fossil Of Earliest Hominid Known Found In ... Hominidae. Humans, great apes, and their extinct relatives. Version 01 January 1999 (temporary). http://tolweb.org/Hominidae/ ...
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HominidaeHominidae

... - African Great Apes. Main Groups of Placental Mammals. ,==o Hominidae Gray, 1825 (African great apes; afrikan ...
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Hominidae - WikipediaHominidae - Wikipedia

The Hominidae (/hɒˈmɪnɪdiː/), whose members are known as great apes[note 1] or hominids, are a taxonomic family of primates ... "Query: Hominidae/Hylobatidae". TimeTree. Temple University. 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2017.. *^ Srivastava (2009). Morphology ... Family Hominidae: humans and other great apes; extinct genera and species excluded[1]*Subfamily Ponginae *Tribe Pongini *Genus ... As mentioned, Hominidae was originally the name given to the family of humans and their (extinct) close relatives, with the ...
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Hominidae - WikipediaHominidae - Wikipedia

The Hominidae (/hɒˈmɪnɪdiː/), whose members are known as great apes[note 1] or hominids, are a taxonomic family of primates ... "Query: Hominidae/Hylobatidae". TimeTree. Temple University. 2015. Retrieved 28 December 2017.. *^ Srivastava (2009). Morphology ... "Hominidae , primate family". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 19 July 2019.. *^ Malukiewicz, Joanna; Hepp, Crystal M.; ... Family Hominidae: humans and other great apes; extinct genera and species excluded[1]*Subfamily Ponginae *Tribe Pongini *Genus ...
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Hominidae - The Full WikiHominidae - The Full Wiki

Hominidae Gray, 1825. References. *Cameron, D.W. 1997: A revised systematic scheme for the Eurasian Miocene fossil Hominidae. ... Family Hominidae: humans and other great apes; extinct genera and species excluded.[1] *Subfamily Ponginae *Genus Pongo * ... The Hominidae (anglicized hominids, also known as great apes[notes 1]) form a taxonomic family, including four extant genera: ... The hominids are members of the biological family Hominidae (the great apes), which includes humans, chimpanzees, gorillas, and ...
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ADW: Hominidae: INFORMATIONADW: Hominidae: INFORMATION

Family Hominidae great apes and humans Hominidae: information (1) Hominidae: pictures (25) Hominidae: specimens (31) ... Thus constituted, the Hominidae includes 4 genera and 5 species. Its nonhuman members are restricted to equatorial Africa, ... Chimps, gorillas, humans, and orangutans make up the family Hominidae; gibbons are separated as the closely related Hylobatidae ... "Hominidae" (On-line), Animal Diversity Web. Accessed November 15, 2018 at https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Hominidae/ ...
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ADW: Hominidae: SPECIMENSADW: Hominidae: SPECIMENS

Family Hominidae great apes and humans Hominidae: information (1) Hominidae: pictures (25) Hominidae: specimens (31) ...
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Great Apes and Humans: Hominidae - Bornean Orangutan (pongo Pygmaeus): Species Accounts - Orangutans, Males, Females, and Adult...Great Apes and Humans: Hominidae - Bornean Orangutan (pongo Pygmaeus): Species Accounts - Orangutans, Males, Females, and Adult...

Great Apes and Humans: Hominidae - Western Gorilla (gorilla Gorilla): Species Accounts [next] [back] Great Apes and Humans: ... Other Free Encyclopedias » Animal Life Resource » Mammals » Great Apes and Humans: Hominidae - Behavior And Reproduction, Great ... Hominidae - Great Apes And People Citing this material. Please include a link to this page if you have found this material ...
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The DNA binding parvulin Par17 is targeted to the mitochondrial matrix by a recently evolved prepeptide uniquely present in...The DNA binding parvulin Par17 is targeted to the mitochondrial matrix by a recently evolved prepeptide uniquely present in...

Par17 is encoded in the genomes of Hominidae species including humans, but is absent from other mammalian species. In contrast ... thus adding a novel protein constituent to the mitochondrial proteome of Hominidae. ... Thus, only Hominidae (Homo, Pan, Gorilla and Pongo) possess an extended ORF that can lead to the expression of Par17. (The ... The present study shows that Par17 occurs only in genomes from great apes species (Hominidae), but not in those of other ...
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The Closest of Human between Three Hominidae Based on 16S rRNA Sequence HomologyThe Closest of Human between Three Hominidae Based on 16S rRNA Sequence Homology

Recently some evolution scientists claim that modern human have a common ancestor with African apes and other hominidae. In ... we found higher nucleotide diversity between the hominidae than the human. We could hypothesize that the hominidae derivative ... The Closest of Human between Three Hominidae Based on 16S rRNA Sequence Homology. Recently some evolution scientists claim that ... Our findings confirmed a common ancestor for human and three hominidae (chimpanzee, gorilla, bonobo). Moreover, ...
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Environment and reproductive dysfunction in captive female great apes (Hominidae) | Veterinary Record Case ReportsEnvironment and reproductive dysfunction in captive female great apes (Hominidae) | Veterinary Record Case Reports

The clinical caseload of one author (Masters N, personal communication) suggested that captive female great apes (Hominidae) ...
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Human EvolutionHuman Evolution

Hominidae People options. *Setting Preferences. *Show Glossary Entries. Explore Other Groups. other Catarrhini. * ...
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Australopithecine EvolutionAustralopithecine Evolution

Hominidae: The family which contains humans and their extinct relatives.. Ilium: Part of the pelvis. Intermembral index: ... Pongid: Refers to the great apes with the exception of the Hominidae. Pongo: Te genus which contains the modern orang-utan.. ... A new species of the genus Australopithecus (Primates: Hominidae) from the Pliocene of eastern Africa. Kirtlandia, 28, 1-14. ...
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All About the Gorilla - Scientific Classification | SeaWorld Parks & EntertainmentAll About the Gorilla - Scientific Classification | SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment

Family - Hominidae. Historically humans and their extinct ancestors were classified in the Family Hominidae while all great ...
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Anthropoid apes | definition of Anthropoid apes by Medical dictionaryAnthropoid apes | definition of Anthropoid apes by Medical dictionary

Hominidae. (hō-mŏn′ĭ-dē) [L. homo, man, + Gr. ideos, pert. to] A family of primates that includes ancient and modern humans. ... Hominidae. (redirected from Anthropoid apes). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.. Related to Anthropoid apes: ... Hominidae may have resulted from many different selective pressures-e.g., bioenergetic, migratory, morphologic-nd ... a href=https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Anthropoid+apes,Hominidae,/a,. *Facebook ...
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TTR transthyretin [Homo sapiens (human)] - Gene - NCBITTR transthyretin [Homo sapiens (human)] - Gene - NCBI

Hominidae; Homo. Also known as. CTS; ATTR; CTS1; PALB; TBPA; HEL111; HsT2651. Summary. This gene encodes one of the three ...
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Association of environmental traits with the geographic ranges of ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of medical and veterinary importance...Association of environmental traits with the geographic ranges of ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) of medical and veterinary importance...

We compiled information on the distribution of ticks in the western Palearctic (11°W, 45°E; 29°N, 71°N), published during 1970-2010. The literature search was filtered by the ticks species name and...
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ENA Sequence: AJ420250 | dbfetch | EBIENA Sequence: AJ420250 | dbfetch | EBI

Hominidae; OC Homo. XX RN [1] RC revised by [3] RA Cox S.T.; RT ; RL Submitted (16-NOV-2001) to the INSDC. RL Cox S.T., Dept of ...
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ENA Sequence: FJ668016 | dbfetch | EBIENA Sequence: FJ668016 | dbfetch | EBI

Hominidae; OC Homo. XX RN [1] RP 1-237 RX DOI; 10.1111/j.1399-0039.2009.01295.x. RX PUBMED; 19523021. RA Alaez C., Munguia A., ...
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