wild_primates[1] - Primates in the Wild: Primate ecology...

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1 Primates in the Wild: Primate ecology and sociality I. Questions II. Feeding A. Dual problems of feeding and predation B. Types of food eaten C. Some dietary generalizations III. Activity patterns IV. Ranging V. Predation VI. Group life A. Primate gregariousness B. Why do primates live in groups? C. How big should groups be? D. What kind of groups form? E. Dispersal and inbreeding The human primate Evolutionary relationships of apes and humans (p. 96) Evolutionary relationships of apes and humans: anatomical evidence Evolutionary relationships of apes and humans: anatomical evidence monkey gorilla human Huxley 1863 Evolutionary relationships of apes and humans: genetic evidence
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2 Cladistic classification of the hominoids (p. 109) Primates in the Wild: Primate ecology and sociality I. Questions II. Feeding A. Dual problems of feeding and predation B. Types of food eaten C. Some dietary generalizations III. Activity patterns IV. Ranging V. Predation VI. Group life A. Primate gregariousness
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ANTHRBIO 161 taught by Professor Mitani during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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