|Statement||Gene H. Albrecht.|
|Series||Contributions to primatology ;, 13, Contributions to primatology ;, v. 13.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P93 A38 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 151 p. :|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||78313145|
The craniofacial morphology of the Sulawesi Macaques: multivariate approaches to biological problems. [Gene Harrison Albrecht] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. Ecogeographical and phylogenetic effects on craniofacial variation in macaques Article in American Journal of Physical Anthropology (1) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Craniofacial Morphology of the Sulawesi Macaques. Multivariate Approaches to Biological Problems. Volume Contributions to PrimatologyAuthor: M. W. J. Ferguson. Growth and sexual dimorphism in a population of hybrid macaques Article in Journal of Zoology (3) - March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
We present the first field study of activity budgets, diet and ranging patterns of the Sulawesi crested black macaque, Macaca nigra, one of seven macaque species endemic to Sulawesi, Indonesia. We studied three crested macaque groups, ranging in size from 50 to 97 individuals, for 18 months in the Tangkoko-DuaSudara Nature Reserve, North Sulawesi. They spent 59% of the day Cited by: The study of cranial variation has played an important role in primate systematics. Many different research strategies have been employed to investigate functional anatomy of the mammalian skull; but to fully understand the adaptive significance of cranial structure, it is necessary to consider cranial allometry, the relationship between the size and shape of the skull and body by: 1. Author(s): Albrecht,Gene H Title(s): The craniofacial morphology of the Sulawesi macaques: multivariate approaches to biological problems/ Gene H. Albrecht. A pilot field study was conducted in Sulawesi (Indonesia) to assess the status of macaque populations on the island. Wild and captive animals were sampled, mainly in border areas between presumed different species. The five species investigated were Macaca maurus, M. tonkeana, M. hecki, M. nigrescens, and M. nigra, for which morphological and gene frequency data suggested the presence of.
Full text of "Taxonomy and evolution of the sinica group of macaques: s account of Macaca thibetana" See other formats UN r RSITY OF ii 1 1, ^iS LIBRARY at NATURAL HIST. SURVEY FIELDIANA» «Zoology aug 6 Published by Field Museum of Natural History New Series, No. 17 tffiOT TAXONOMY AND EVOLUTION OF THE S/MC4 GROUP OF MACAQUES: 4. The effects of hybridization on growth allometry and craniofacial form in Sulawesi macaques Michael A. Schillaci, Jeffery W. Froehlich, Jatna Supriatna, Lisa Jones-Engel Pages Book 78 CRANIOFACIAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE SULAWESI MACAQUES 1 AL BULUSHI, I EDITOR Year Title E-Book The Handbook of Food Microbiological Analytical Methods 1 ALCALAY, R Year Title Book 80 THE COMPLETE ENGLISH-HEBREW HEBREW-ENGLISH DICTIONARY 1. This detailed analysis was undertaken to test biological hypotheses derived from previous studies of the external morphology of the macaque monkeys of Sulawesi in southern Indonesia. The present study makes the additional step of including non- Sulawesi macaques to establish the broad framework of genetic variation (from the rear cover blurb).