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         Primates Miscellaneous:     more detail
  1. Two new East African primates, (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by Ned Hollister, 1920
  2. A review of the middle and upper eocene primates of North America (with 14 plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by C. Lewis Gazin, 1958
  3. Human hair and primate patterning: (with five plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by Gerrit S Miller, 1931
  4. The behavior of Ateles geoffroyi and related species (with six plates) (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by John Frederick Eisenberg, 1966

21. Miscellaneous Animals
Up miscellaneous Animals Bears Fish Frogs Giraffes Horses Insects Moose Mice Pigs primates Raccoons Reptiles
Browse through the pictures. If you see something you like, just click on the picture to download that file. You can send e-mail to the individual contributors by clicking on their names. These are .pes files in the .zip format. You will need PKUNZIP WINZIP or another unzipping utility in order to use them.
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Jola James

Carol White

Karen Shepherd
John Oefelein
Artwork by
Donald Oefelein
John Oefelein
Artwork by
Donald Oefelein
John Oefelein

Sharryn Stokes
Sharryn Stokes Sofia Chernyshova ... Up [ Miscellaneous Animals ] Bears Big Cats Birds Bunnies ... Turtles

22. "Information Resources On The Care And Use Of Molluscs"
miscellaneous. 2001. physiology, reproductive system, Cephalopoda, Chondrichthyes,Pisces, Vertebrata, Chordata, Hominidae, primates, Mammalia, Vertebrata
Laboratory Care / Research Miscellaneous Galloway, T.S.; Depledge, M.H. (2001) Immunotoxicity in invertebrates: measurement and ecotoxicological relevance. Ecotoxicology NAL call no: RA565.A1E27 Abstract: Descriptors: ecology, environmental pollutants toxicity, immunotoxins toxicity, Mollusca immunology, biological markers, environmental pollutants immunology, hemocytes immunology, hydrocarbons, halogenated immunology, hydrocarbons, halogenated toxicity, immunotoxins immunology, metals, heavy immunology, metals, heavy toxicity, organotin compounds immunology, organotin compounds toxicity, oxidants immunology, oxidants toxicity, pesticides immunology, pesticides toxicity, polycyclic hydrocarbons immunology, polycyclic hydrocarbons toxicity, biological markers, environmental pollutants, hydrocarbons halogenated, immunotoxins, metals heavy, organotin compounds, oxidants, pesticides, polycyclic hydrocarbons. Snyder, M.J.; Girvetz, E.; Mulder, E.P. (2001) Induction of marine mollusc stress proteins by chemical or physical stress.

23. PSGB Guide To Jobs With Primates
as anything else. miscellaneous. There are a number of other careeroptions that can lead to working with primates. There are bound

24. Accession 01-096 - Martin H. Moynihan Papers, 1952-1996
References primates; primates, miscellaneous notes and sketch, 1965; Cebuellapygmaea (Pigmy Marmoset), Barro Colorado Island, Panama, 19581961, 1963;
Finding Aids to Personal Papers and
Special Collections in the Smithsonian Institution Archives
Accession 01-096
Martin H. Moynihan Papers,
Historical Note Descriptive Entry Folder List to Accession Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Martin H. Moynihan (1928-1996) was a world authority on animal behavior, with major contributions to the study of communication in birds, primates and cephalopods. In 1957 he became the Resident Naturalist and Director of what was then a small field station on Barro Colorado Island, Panama, later named the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI). He transformed the station into a major research institution in tropical biology. After retirement in 1973, he served as Senior Scientist at STRI, and continued writing and researching the behavior of various species of wild and imported pheasants at his farmhouse in France.
These papers consist primarily of field notes, and include correspondence, photographs, sonograms and spectograms, and a small number of audio tapes.
Box 1 of 4

    Martin H. Moynihan

25. Links Page
sites, including Lopé, Gabon (gorilla, chimpanzee); Laikipia, Kenya (baboon);Karisoke, Rwanda (gorilla); studies of captive primates rely on miscellaneous. frames/links_page.htm
Primates Adopt-A-Lemur Adopt-A-Lemur is a program of the Duke University Primate Center through which YOU can "adopt" a DUPC lemur or other prosimian for a year in return for a monetary contribution that helps to cover the cost of care and feeding of that animal for a year. African Primates at Home African Primates at Home Home Page - see and hear some primates studied by M.K. Holder on their home turf in East Africa. The primates featured in this site were photgraphed/recorded by M.K. Holder during the course of field research in Rwanda, Uganda, and Zaïre. American Society of Primatologists The American Society of Primatologists is an educational and scientific society that aims to understand better our nonhuman primate cousins, and to facilitate information exchange about them. ASP - Primate Conservation Programs More than 60 primate species are at risk of extinction, and an additional 80 continue to decline at an alarming rate. The American Society of Primatologists champions the well-being and conservation of non-human primates, our closest biological cousins. Animal Bytes: Chimpanzee Chimpanzee facts including: size, weight, description, life span, sexual maturity, gestation, habitat, diet, and status in the wild.

26. Miscellaneous News Links
miscellaneous News Links about Alcohol, Medications, Mental Health, and other issues(linked Drug May Stop Brain Shrinkage A study of primates brains says a
Miscellaneous News Links
about Alcohol, Medications, Mental Health, and other issues
(linked stories will open in new window)
Alcohol Industry Sued for Marketing to Children

Moderate Alcohol Use Linked to Atrophy of the Brain

A Lawsuit Against "Big Alcohol" for Advertising to Underage Drinkers

AWOL: Alcohol high with no hangover
Leave No Child Behind Means Make 'em Vanish
Commentary by Bill Mahr
Debate over safety of SSRI anti-depressants

Critical Period of Addiction Vulnerability in Adolescents

Report Calls for Coherent Mental Health System
Neighborhoods Influence Alcohol Sales ... Brain Region Connected to Alcoholism More research on neurology of alcoholism Alcohol and the GABA Synapse New brain research on alcoholism Scientists hope for alcoholism cure NIH reports ADHD is underestimated Placebos work to help depression Binge Drinking Damages the Brain ... Drug May Stop Brain Shrinkage - A study of primates' brains says a European drug seems to counter a worrisome side effect of major depression - the shrinking of an important region of the brain. Amygdala's Inner Workings Researchers gain new insights into this structure's emotional connections Children Should Be Checked for Lead Poisoning New Understanding Of A Key Control Mechanism In The Brain Fetal Nicotine or Cocaine Exposure: Which is Worse?

27. Orangutan Foundation International - Miscellaneous Links
miscellaneous Links. http// Indonesian Nature ConservationDatabase (including primates) includes scientific name, common name

28. Animal Protection Institute - Incidents Involving Miscellaneous Captive Held Exo
Incidents Involving miscellaneous Captive Held Exotic Animals. humans and escapesfrom cages by captive exotic animals (excluding felines, primates, and reptiles
Incidents Involving Miscellaneous Captive Held Exotic Animals
The following is a partial list of attacks on humans and escapes from cages by captive exotic animals (excluding felines, primates, and reptiles) held in private possession as "pets" in the U.S. since 1995. Date Place Incident Yemassee, SC Woman runs into "pet" hippopotamus with her car and kills him. Hippo escaped from his home earlier that day. ( Island Packet Online) Hamilton Township, NJ Man is trapped inside his car by someone's escaped "pet" emu. ( Birmingham, AL "Pet" timber wolf bites 8-year-old on left calf. ( Birmingham News Thurston County, WA Black bear escapes from his home and is subsequently captured. This is 4th time bear has escaped. ( Tuscarawas County, OH Gray fox is spotted alongside road. Gray fox is wearing collar and has apparently been kept in ferret cage. ( Times Reporter Otis, MA

29. Miscellaneous
miscellaneous This essay reinforces one of my pet theories, that journalistsare primates. Kathleen Gibson, a fellow writer and nice lady.
Miscellaneous The Hunger Site : Click the button on this page to make a free donation of food to the hungry of the world. Grammar Police by Robert Bruner: Like the author, I get fed up with bad grammar from people who should know better. This essay reinforces one of my pet theories, that journalists are primates. Kathleen Gibson , a fellow writer and nice lady. 4D Sports Driving (a.k.a. 'Stunts') is an old DOS-based racing game with which I get obsessed from time to time. The game is so old (1990), it's become freeware. But it's still a whole lot of fun to play. FreeStuff : "home of the web's best freebies" JokeADay has trivia, jokes, quotes, fun and useful mailing lists, a virtual gift shop, and more! The Thinking Man's Minefield ... This is one of those pages that's best left to speak for itself. The Code of the Geeks See if you are a geek and how you rate on various geek categories. The Canadian National Institute for the Blind : "This site contains Episode Lists for almost 2000 TV shows." CBC Television Series 1952-1982 Home

30. Animal Procedures Committee - Minutes Of Meeting October 2001
its recent advice on Openness, Biotechnology and miscellaneous issues which the workinggroup implementation and compliance; primates; and xenotransplantation
Minutes of Meetings - October 2001 (final)
ANIMAL PROCEDURES COMMITTEE APC (2001) 4th Meeting MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 10 October 2001 At The Home Office Present Professor Banner (Chairman)
Professor Anderson
Professor Atterwill
Professor Broom
Professor Bulfield
Professor D Clark
Professor S Clark
Dr Festing
Professor Flecknell
Professor Holland
Dr Hubrecht Dr Jennings Dr Langley Professor Martin Mr McCracken Professor McNeilly Dr Morris Professor Purchase Professor Richardson Home Office ABCU Mr Cobley* Mr Walsh* Home Office Inspectorate Dr Richmond* Dr J Anderson* Secretariat Mr West Ms Bacon Mr Brenner * Home Office representatives did not join the meeting until the visit of Angela Eagle MP (paragraph 4.9). Item 1: Apologies for absence Item 1 Apologies were received from Mr Baker, Professor Dunbar and Mr Gregory.

31. GREEK REVOLUTION 1821 - YET TO BE COMPLETED - Miscellaneous - Http://
Philike Hetairia planned to start the uprising in three places. One was the Pelopnnesse,where a core group of klephts and primates supported the plot.
Refer This Site
To A Friend
The Name Macedonia
Ancient Quotes

Just When You Thought You Knew

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[Learn About Our Ecommerce] Graphics Gallery! Graphics Gallery and Search Animated GIFs Photos Icons Clip Art
The Greek revolution and war of independence, which began in 1821, was the second on the "national revolutions" in the Balkan's. Greek life did not end when the Ottoman Turks took Constantinople in 1453. When the Turks occupied mainland Greece for 400 years, the Greeks secretly commissioned the printing of books for students, founded schools at home and in churches. There was a revival of Greek learning and traditions, traditional tales, appreciation of classical mythology, and epic poems about Orthodox martyrs and heroic klephts. In 1814 a secret society called the "Philike Hetairia" or 'friendly society' was founded in the Russian port of Odessa. The three founders of Philike Hetairia were, one was the son of a Greek fur dealer living in Moscow. The second was a Greek merchant of Odessa. The third was a merchant from the Ionian Islands. In their merchant associations, and their connections to the outside world, these three member put together the plot while abroad. Most of the members were merchants and shippers, notables, soldiers, priests, minor officials and teachers or students, doctors, lawyers and other professional men.

32. The Fun Animal Page - * F U N * F U N * F U N * F U N * - Miscellaneous - Http:/
Pet Companions PetStation Pig Placement Network Polar Bears Alive primates Library R Raptors Aerie Greyhawkes Reptile Mall Reptile Amphibian
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Fun Stuff
Animal Things for All

For The Kids

Free For All

Friends on the Web
Zany and Funny Cards 2

My Stuff
About the Author

A Little Heaven
Atlantic Augh ... Wreck Volunteer Information Alabama State Info Alaska State Info Arizona State Info Arkansas State Info ... Wyoming State Info The Fun Animal Page * f u n * f u n * f u n * f u n * var AdLoaded = false; var bsid = '11616'; var bsads = '6'; var bsloc = ''; var bswx = 468; var bshx = 60; var bsw = '_blank'; var bsb = 'FFFFFF'; var bsf = '0000FF'; var bsalt = 'off'; Cartoon Doll Maker and Doll Gallery! [Learn About Our Ecommerce] Graphics Gallery! Graphics Gallery and Search Animated GIFs Photos Icons Clip Art I apologize for all the pop-ups. Maxpages has gone a bit buggy with them lately :( Visit get a free pop up stopper! Search 'downloads' and 'pop up' and you'll get a list of several free ones :) I currently use PopNot! :) ...A... Adopt A Pet Agape Willow Persian Cattery AKCyber Adoptions ... Autos 4 Animals ...B... Barry R. Kirshner Wildlife Foundation

33. International Fund For Animal Welfare | Miscellaneous | Site Map
Asian elephant. Rhinoceri. Rhinoceros, Black. Rhinoceros, White. primates. Chimpanzee.Eastern lowland gorilla. Mountain gorilla. Other. African penguin. Basking Shark.
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34. ::: ::: Artist Statement Of Agreement / Terms And Conditions
notice of termination, the rights granted to moving primates GmbH or the platformof the moving primates network shall return to the licensor. 8. miscellaneous.
Electronic Pop Rock Hiphop/Rap World/Folk Classic/Filmmusic
Contract for the use of sound recordings ("music-on-demand" downloads)
1. Transfer of exploitation rights
Exceptions (i.e. promotional CD's and advertising - see below) require written consent and approval.
1.1 The licensor grants the moving primates Gmbh (in conjunction with other online platforms based on the moving primates network, for example /.de) the non-exclusive geographically, unrestricted and hence world-wide right to reproduce, distribute and make publicly available the sound recording provided an accordance with the following conditions;
1.2 moving primates GmbH and shall be entitled
1.2.1 To use the sound recordings in whole or in part in databases, data networks (e.g. Internet, WWW etc.) or similar in any selection and arrengament for all possible uses within a framework of a database, feed, store, distribute and in particular communicate such to the users of databases/data networks via cable, mobile or other means of transfer on call for the purpose of acoustic and/or visual perception and/or reproduction;
1.2.3 To make available the sound recordings for sample hearing in whole or in part, in lower quality (Real Audio, MP3 Stream) free of charge, and to make available in whole or in part with the right to store permanently (=download) in return for payment or free of charge at the choice of the licensor;

35. Observation Of The Behaviour Of Young Primates
close resemblance between humans and other primates, it is not of Exeter Departmentof Psychology Staff Students Research Teaching miscellaneous
PSY1003 Research Methods II
1. Morphological and behavioural characteristics of the different primate groups. This project is not developmental; it is meant to give those without much knowledge of primates some essential background before you proceed to one of the developmental projects below. The living and fossil primates fall into four groups:
  • Prosimians , e.g. lemurs, bushbabies; tree shrews were formally classified as prosimians but are now regarded as a transitional form between them and insectivores; New World monkeys (Ceboidea), e.g. marmosets, tamarins, spider monkeys, cebus monkeys; Old World monkeys (Cercopithecoidea), e.g. macaques, baboons, guenons, langurs; (Hominoidea). The apes include 6 species of gibbon and the siamang, referred to as lesser apes, and the gorilla, orang utan and two species of chimpanzee, referred to as the great apes. Note that there are a number of species of Old World monkeys that are commonly referred to as apes, because they lack tails, for example the Barbary apes of Gibraltar, or the Celebes black ape (another name for the Sulawesi Crested Macacques that you will see in the zoo). These are not apes in biological terms. Note too that the true apes (Hylobatidae and Pongidae) are not a coherent group in terms of strict descent, since Hominids, of which our own species is the only one extant, are more closely related to chimpanzees than chimpanzees are to the other apes.
The zoo contains species belonging to all these groups (note that the prosimians include Pygmy Slow Lorises in the nocturnal house, 26; there is also a tree shrew in the "Ark", A). Find at least two species of each group. Note down as many differences in appearance and (so far as you can observe in a living specimen) anatomy between the species as you can. What characteristics seem to be consistent within groups but to vary between them? In addition, spend at least 5 minutes in continuous observation of the behaviour of an individual or group of each of the 8 species you have chosen (so choose exhibits where the animals are being fairly active). Are there differences in behaviour between the four primate groups? Can you relate them to the morphological differences you have described?

36. Behaviour Of Non-human Primates
evidence of increasing intelligence within the primates as they of Exeter Departmentof Psychology Staff Students Research Teaching miscellaneous
Evolution of Human Behaviour Seminar Course
The phylogenetic background: behaviour of non-human primates
  • Chalmers, N. (1979). Social behaviour in primates , chaps 1 (Preliminaries), 2 (Primate groups: size, composition and use of space). .......156.2, going to TRC Cheney et al (1987), The study of primate societies, in Smuts et al. Many other chapters in Smuts et al are relevant this week. EITHER Byrne, R. W. (1995). The thinking ape

  • OR Byrne in
  • Primate cognition . Oxford University Press: New York. Chapter 1 (Introduction). .......on order/SEGL Reynolds, V. (1980). The biology of human action (2nd edn). Chaps 4-6 (The evolution of human action). 301.042REY/TRC J. Zool., 183, .......BJ

  • also in their edited book, Readings in sociobiology , pp. 342-383) [difficult] .......TRC/Roboro
Primate social behaviour: General
  • Short (1979) Sexual selection and its component parts, somatic and genital selection, as illustrated by man and the great apes. In J. Rosenblatt et al (Eds), Adv. Stud. Behav, 9

37. Primates And Phylogeny
primates; Vertebrates. Biosystematic Codes. Paleozoology 31000. primatesUnspecified86190. miscellaneous Descriptors. Varecia-insignis
Go back Folia Primatologica. 41(12). 1983. 49-101.
Post cranium of Adapis-parisiensis and Leptadapis-magnus adapiformes primates adaptational and phylogenetic significance.
Dagosto M [a]. [a] Dep Anthropol, Graduate Cent City Univ NY, 33 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA.
The late Eocene European adapid A. parisiensis shares many postcranial features with the extant Lorisinae, suggesting that it was a nonleaping, slow-moving arboreal quadruped. The slightly older L. magnus was a larger, more robustly built strepsirhine, similar in some ways to Varecia insignis. Both taxa are quite different postcranially from the American Eocene adapids Pelycodus, Notharctus and Smilodectes, and from an earlier European adapid from Messel. A phylogenetic analysis of these postcranial features argues against an ancestral relationship between these 2 adapine species and anthropoids or these 2 adapines and Lemuriformes. The similarities between Adapis and lorisines, and Leptadapis and Varecia are considered to be convergences.
Publication Type

38. Miscellaneous Discussions
miscellaneous Discussions. ) Lesser primates and monkeys join in, andbefore you know it all mammals have been connected (and so on).
Miscellaneous Discussions
This page contains a number of articles that just didn't seem to fit in with the major sections on the other pages. This is a grabbag of questions and replies (reminiscent of the Burgess Shale). Topics:
  • Independent species: [
  • Developmental timing: [
  • Mutations: [
  • One or many original ancestors: [
  • DNA lesions [
  • Invertebrate/vertebrate: [
  • Jingwei: [
  • Reuse of genes in the pond: [
    See also The Pond
  • Patterns and the tree: [
  • Sequence alignments: [
  • Anatomical complexity: [
  • Evolution: [
  • Assumptions, assumptions, assumptions; bugs in the pond; new genes; ORFs and information content; sequence patterns; and gene reuse in the pond: [
  • Eyes: [ From Keith Robison: I ask you this. Humans and chimps have extremely similar genomes, and I doubt even you would attempt to claim they sprung to life independently. JM: According to Senapathy, they probably did. If there are unique genes in either genome, then he would say that they must have. Keith: Yet chimps and humans show a number of key differences which must be genetic, and are quite extreme. For example, chimpanzee females develop a large swelling on their buttocks during reproductive heat. Where did those novel genes/pathways come from? Are you going to claim that is "normal" variation? JM: The Senapathy test is: are there unique body parts or organs (and thus unique genes)? If so, they are independent organisms.

39. Miscellaneous Links
Acct, SW, OIT, Chairs HB, APT, Rooms, FHB, fac stuff, CTL, APT, store, ACES (Fac),S02, F02), lib, phone, sports, Mail, Chronicle, primates, Scriptorium, ORS

40. Ravi Pratap's Home Page - Miscellaneous
miscellaneous. This page is for everything that my obsession for organizationis unable to come up with a category for so it should
This page is for everything that my obsession for organization is unable to come up with a category for - so it should include just about everything from interesting websites to rants I compose when I tire of routine and need that escape.
  • The only thing you ever need - Google
Last updated July 28, 2003.

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