7 edition of Primate evolution found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by James G. Else, Phyllis C. Lee.|
|Series||Selected proceedings of the Tenth Congress of the International Primatological Society : held in Nairobi, Kenya, in July, 1984 ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Else, James G., Lee, Phyllis C.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.P9 I53 1984 vol. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
|ISBN 10||0521324505, 0521310113|
|LC Control Number||86008292|
Because primate morphology is the same on the left and right sides. For example, the dental formula for modern humans in /, which means that you should have a total of four incisors, two canines, four premolars, and six molars on the left or right side of your mouth. In primates. “A fascinating bunch of essays They re-examine human social evolution from the perspective of naturalistic observations of non-human primates, and then extrapolate to humans.” ―Laura Spinney, New Scientist “De Waal's is just one of a fascinating bunch of essays by primatologists in Tree of Origin/5(9).
Primate Adaptation and Evolution is the readable and "seeable," but still traditional, textbook that my students have been waiting for someone to write." —AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY "This book will be welcomed with a sigh of relief in departments of anatomy and biological anthropology : $ The aquatic ape hypothesis (AAH), also referred to as aquatic ape theory (AAT) is the idea that ancestors of modern humans were more aquatic than those of other great apes.. The hypothesis was initially proposed by the marine biologist Alister Hardy in , who argued that a branch of apes was forced by competition over terrestrial habitats to hunt for food such as shellfish on the sea shore.
Human evolution, the process by which human beings developed on Earth from now-extinct zoologically, we humans are Homo sapiens, a culture-bearing upright-walking species that lives on the ground and very likely first evolved in Africa about , years ago. We are now the only living members of what many zoologists refer to as the human tribe, Hominini, but there is . Primate Adaptation and Evolutionis the only recent text published in this rapidly progressing provides you with an extensive, current survey of the order Primates, both living and fossil. By combining information on primate anatomy, ecology, and behavior with the primate fossil record, this book enables students to study primates from all epochs as a single, viable Edition: 1.
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"This is a wonderful book for courses in primate and human evolution. It is a well-chosen, carefully-organized selection of authoritative articles. The book is especially useful in helping students develop the ability to read primary literature and to deal with controversial questions in by: Primate Adaptation and Evolution is the readable and "seeable," but still traditional, textbook that my students have been waiting for someone to write." --AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY "This book will be welcomed with a sigh of relief in departments of anatomy and biological anthropology by: The story of Primate Evolution, as we know it in the later days of the twentieth century, begins humbly with small, innocuous quadruped Al creatures scampering across the nighttime forests of ancient continents, and ends with large-brained, unbiquitous bipedal creatures of the nuclear age of modern nation states.
Description Primate Adaptation and Evolution, Third Edition, is a thorough revision of the text of choice for courses in primate evolution. The book retains its grounding in the extant primate groups as the best way to understand the fossil trail and the evolution of these modern forms.
Book description Primate Adaptation and Evolution, Third Edition, is a thorough revision of the text of choice for courses in primate evolution. The book retains. Primate evolution.
[James G Else; Phyllis C Lee; International Primatological Society. Congress] Book: All Authors / Contributors: James G Else; Phyllis C Lee; International Primatological Society. Congress. Find more information about: ISBN: Evolution of Primates.
The first primate-like mammals are referred to as proto-primates. They were roughly similar to squirrels and tree shrews in size and appearance. The existing fossil evidence (mostly from North Africa) is very fragmented.
These proto-primates remain largely mysterious creatures until more fossil evidence becomes available. of special interest, our own order Primates, is used to illustrate these points. FOSSIL RECORD AND PRIMATE PHYLOGENY: STRATOPHENETICS The concept of evolution as organic transmutation is a product of 18th- and 19th- century paleontology and biostratigraphy.
Evolution was first used in this modern sense by Charles Lye11 in Primate Adaptation and Evolution is the only recent text published in this rapidly progressing field.
It provides you with an extensive, current survey of the order Primates, both living and fossil. In Tree of Origin nine of the world's top primate experts read these clues and compose the most extensive picture to date of what the behavior of monkeys Reviews: 8. This unique book carries out a comprehensive reconstruction of the evolutionary history of living and fossil primates.
The text takes a comparative approach and covers the broadest possible. John Fleagle has improved on his text by reconceptualizing chapters and by bringing new findings in functional and evolutionary approaches to bear on his synthesis of comparative primate data.5/5(1). “ The Evolution of Primate Societies is certain to become an essential reference in primatology for years to come.
It is a state of the art collection of theoretically grounded reviews in primatology—arguably the best such compilation available—and is undoubtedly already required reading for undergraduate and graduate courses by: 2. Primate Evolution and Human Origins compiles, for the first time, the major ideas and publications that have shaped our current view of the evolutionary biology of the primates and the origin of the human line.
Designed for freshmen-to-graduate students in anthropology, paleontology, and biology, the book is a unique collection of classic papers, culled from the past 20 years of research.
Many people take an understandably human-centered view of primate evolution, focusing on the bipedal, large-brained hominids that populated the jungles of Africa a few million years the fact is that primates as a whole — a category of megafauna mammals that includes not only humans and hominids, but monkeys, apes, lemurs, baboons, and tarsiers — have a deep evolutionary.
“The Evolution of Primate Societies is certain to become an essential reference in primatology for years to come. It is a state of the art collection of theoretically grounded reviews in primatology—arguably the best such compilation available—and is undoubtedly already required reading for undergraduate and graduate courses alike.
Primate Locomotion discusses researches on the concept of primate locomotion. It is organized into 11 chapters that cover biomechanical principles, which are the foundation of understanding of locomotor adaptations. This book first gives an introduction to parallels and analogs between mammalian and mechanical structures.
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As he suspected, this book began what has been a long-lasting debate and cast evolution in a controversial light. In "The Descent of Man," Darwin examined special adaptations seen in many types of primates, including apes, lemurs, monkeys, and gorillas. They were very structurally similar to adaptations human have as well.
What Are Primates. •Primate order: Arborealancestors. •Trends in primate evolution: –Changes in skeletons. –Change in mode of locomotion. –Increase in brain size.
–Shift towards smaller, fewer, and more specialized teeth. –Development of stereoscopic. Evolution of Primates. The first primate-like mammals are referred to as proto-primates.
They were roughly similar to squirrels and tree shrews in size and appearance. The existing fossil evidence (mostly from North Africa) is very fragmentary. These proto-primates will remain largely mysterious creatures until more fossil evidence becomes.COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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