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*  Hominidae
Within the taxon Hominidae, a number of extant and known extinct, that is, fossil, genera are grouped with the humans, ... The Hominidae (/hɒˈmɪnɪdiː/), whose members are known as great apes or hominids, are a taxonomic family of primates that ... A hominid is a member of the family Hominidae, the great apes: orangutans, gorillas, chimpanzees, and humans. A hominine is a ... Thus, many biologists now assign Pongo (as the subfamily Ponginae) to the family Hominidae. The taxonomy shown here follows the ...
*  FSCB
Hominidae; Homo. The sub-cellular function of the protein is to localize to the cortex of the fibrous sheath, including the ...
*  Human
"Hominidae Classification". Animal Diversity Web @ UMich. Retrieved 25 September 2006. Tattersall Ian; Schwartz Jeffrey (2009 ...
*  Objections to evolution
2015). "Hominidae: Classification". Animal Diversity Web. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan. Retrieved 2015-04-07. Rendle- ...
*  Taxonomy of the vertebrates (Young, 1962)
Hominidae [man] (e.g., †Pithecanthropus [= †Sinanthropus] [Java and Pekin man], Homo [man ("all living races")]) Young, J. Z. ( ...
*  Homininae
... is a subfamily of Hominidae. It includes two tribes, with their extant as well as extinct species: the Hominini tribe ... Andrew Hill; Steven Ward (1988). "Origin of the Hominidae: The Record of African Large Hominoid Evolution Between 14 My and 4 ... Hominidae meant humans only; the non-human great apes were assigned to the family Pongidae. Later discoveries led to revised ... a hominid is a member of the family Hominidae, and a hominoid is a member of the superfamily Hominoidea. Goodman, M. (1964). " ...
*  New Zealand catshark
It is also completely harmless to Hominidae. Francis, M.P. (2003). SSG Australia & Oceania Regional Workshop, March 2003. " ...
*  Java
Pope, G. (15 August 1983). "Evidence on the Age of the Asian Hominidae". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the ...
*  Lantian Man
Pope, Geoffrey G. (1983). "Evidence on the age of the Asian Hominidae". PNAS. 80: 4988-4992. doi:10.1073/pnas.80.16.4988. PMC ...
*  Great apes (disambiguation)
Great apes are primates in the family Hominidae. Great apes may also refer to: Great Apes (novel), a novel by Will Self ...
*  Ponginae
... is a subfamily in the family Hominidae. Once a diverse lineage of Eurasian apes, the subfamily has only one extant ...
*  Omnivore
Hominidae, including humans and chimpanzees, are also omnivores. Most bear species are omnivores, but individual diets can ...
*  Hominid (disambiguation)
A hominid is any primate in the family Hominidae. Hominid may also refer to: Hominid (novel), a novel by Klaus Ebner Hominids, ...
*  Evolution of primates
Within the Hominoidea (apes) superfamily, the Hominidae family diverged from the Hylobatidae (gibbon) family some 15-20 million ... Dawkins 2004 "Find Time of Divergence: Hominidae versus Hylobatidae". TimeTree. Retrieved 2015-04-18. Campbell 1998, p. 170 ...
*  Pongidae
The corresponding crown group for this taxon is Hominidae. Pongidae has six extant member species. This taxon is rarely used ...
*  Monkeys in Chinese culture
Hominidae" and Beijing yuanren 北京猿人 "Peking Man". The etymology of yuan < *wan 猿 "monkey" (Schuessler 2007:593-59) could be ...
*  Chris Stringer
Hominidae: Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress of Human Paleontology. Turin, September 28 - October 3, 1987. pp. 351- ...
*  Evolution of human intelligence
The great apes (hominidae) show considerable cognitive and empathic abilities. Chimpanzees make tools and use them to acquire ... 247-251 in Hominidae. Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress of Human Paleontology, Jaca Book (Milan : Italy) Cross, I ...
*  Oldest hominoids
This article lists the oldest known individual Hominidae, separated by species. Humans are the longest-lived hominoid species, ...
*  Bipedalism
"Origin of Habitual Terrestrial Bipedalism in the Ancestor of the Hominidae". Journal of Human Evolution. 24: 259-280. doi: ...
*  Phylogenetic nomenclature
Simpson's Hominidae and Wiley's Hominidae). In phylogenetic nomenclature, ranks have no bearing on the spelling of taxon names ... Simpson treated this taxon as a family, and so gave it the name "Hominidae": "Homin-" from "Homo" and "-idae" as the family ... Wiley's tribe Hominini formed only part of a family which he called "Hominidae". Thus, under the zoological code, two groups ... with precisely the same circumscription were given different names (Simpson's Hominidae and Wiley's Hominini) and two groups ...
*  Chromosome 2 (human)
All members of Hominidae except humans, Neanderthals, and Denisovans have 24 pairs of chromosomes. Humans have only 23 pairs of ...
*  ZNF365
"Emergence of Talanin protein associated with human uric acid nephrolithiasis in the Hominidae lineage". Gene. 339: 131-8. doi: ...
*  Ape
The family Hominidae (hominids), the great apes, includes three extant species of orangutans and their subspecies, two extant ... They are the four genera in the family Hominidae, namely Homo, Pan, Gorilla, and Pongo; plus four genera in the family ... Within this grouping, the two families Hylobatidae and Hominidae can be distinguished from Old World monkeys by the number of ... The families, and extant genera and species of hominoids are: Superfamily HominoideaFamily Hominidae: hominids ("great apes") ...
*  Paleozoological Museum of China
Multiple casts of the skulls of early hominidae, which were discovered in Zhoukoudian, are displayed. A bronze bust of Peking ...