Neoplasia in prosimians
: case series from a captive prosimian
population and literature review.
A major focus of recent paleoanthropological research has been to establish the origin of anthropoid primates (monkeys, apes and humans) from earlier and more primitive primates known as prosimians
(lemurs, tarsiers and their extinct relatives).
They were traditionally divided into two major groups: prosimians
and simians (or anthropoids) (e.g., Fleagle, 1999).
Primate T-lymphotropic virus distribution among wild simian and prosimian
These results suggest that anthropometric data may be useful in distinguishing between prosimian
In an effort to overcome this, an exploratory study was conducted using bush babies, a small African prosimian
, as a model to identify critical aspects regarding decomposition during summer in the southeast U.S.
, monkey, and ape species have hypoglossal-canal-mouth ratios that reach or exceed the modern human range, DeGusta's team reports in the Feb.
primates, such as bushbabies, also exhibit LHB.
Tired of trying to determine who's who among their prosimian
primates, staff at the Duke University Primate Center in Durham, N.C., this month began injecting microchips into the animals.
Bushbabies are prosimian
primates which exhibit consistent sex ratio biases in favor of male offspring.
The small-eared bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii) is a nocturnal prosimian
Ward of Memphis (Tenn.) State University describes a left-hand bias in food-reaching among members of several prosimian
species housed in zoos, including black-and-white ruffed lemurs, black lemurs, ring-tailed lemurs and lesser bushbabies.