We concluded that hand-assisted arboreal bipedalism as part of a smooth continuum of orthograde behaviours ranging from suspending underneath branches to standing on top of them confers a major selective advantage on orangutans and argued that arboreal bipedalism would have been equally advantageous for ancestral crown hominoids
By employing them as a baseline and drawing on the material from elsewhere as substantiating or invalidating aspects, he considers a number of theories from a number of angles, ultimately rejecting them all: in this book, hairy hominoids
are not serving as moral, symbolic, or spiritual images, or indeed as a universal archetype.
The brain and its main anatomical subdivisions in living hominoids
using magnetic resonance imaging.
Louis) offers a textbook for anthropology courses, discussing primate morphology, fossil hominins, Miocene hominoids
, and Australopiths and tracing evolution through the genus Homo, Homo erectus, and archaic hominins.
Genesis states clearly how Hominoids
, then Homo erectus, then Homo sapiens evolved, and their corresponding changes of behaviour, feeling and thinking.
In Kantor's (1977) words, "Psychological interbehaviors evolve from biological adaptations but become as different from biological interbehavior as, for example, hominoids
differ from organisms in prior stages of evolution.
6 kb) of extreme conservation adjacent to the transcription start site; this region was analyzed in 18 Old World monkeys and hominoids
Our understanding from a biological point of view of the difference between the human and the earlier hominoids
is that we remain in that period of play.
3 The classification of living beings Chapter 2 The evolution of hominoids
In the European Upper Miocene, hominoids
exhibit arboreal adaptations with long upper limbs compared to short hindlimbs (Oreopithecus, Hispanopithecus).
9:15 PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE UPPER MOLARS OF SAHELANTHROPUS TCHADENSIS AND LATE MIOCENE HOMINOIDS
AND HOMINIDS **.
Thomas, "The Gene of Retroviral Origin Syncytin 1 Is Specific to Hominoids
and Is Inactive in Old World Monkeys," Journal of Heredity 97 (2006): 100-6; B.