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Comparative aspects of the metabolism and excretion of cortisol in three individual nonhuman primates.
- N. I. Bahr, R. Palme, U. Möhle, J. Hodges, M. Heistermann
- BiologyGeneral and comparative endocrinology
- 1 March 2000
The measurement of urinary- and/or fecal-immunoreactive 11,17-dioxoandrostanes is implicated for noninvasive assessment of adrenal function in Old World monkeys, New World monkeys and great apes.
Characterization of urinary and fecal metabolites of testosterone and their measurement for assessing gonadal endocrine function in male nonhuman primates.
Functional significance of behavioral, morphological, and endocrine correlates across the ovarian cycle in semifree ranging female Tonkean macaques
It is concluded that the main function of sexual displays is to herald the approach of ovulation toward available mates in Tonkean macaques.
Non-invasive assessment of adrenocortical function in the male African elephant (Loxodonta africana) and its relation to musth.
Molecular phylogeny and evolutionary history of Southeast Asian macaques forming the M. silenus group.
Cloprostenol-induced luteolysis in the marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus).
Embryos recovered from the uterus after cloprostenol treatment were morphologically normal (23/24), and progesterone remained at this low level until the day after post-treatment ovulation, when it fell to less than 10 ng/ml.
Loss of oestrus, concealed ovulation and paternity confusion in free-ranging Hanuman langurs
- Michael Hestermann, T. Ziegler, C. V. van Schaik, Kristin Launhardt, P. Winkler, J. Hodges
- BiologyProceedings of the Royal Society of London…
- 7 December 2001
This work demonstrates the capacity for paternity confusion and multiple paternity, and shows that despite a high degree of monopolization of receptive females by the dominant male, non-dominant males father a substantial proportion of offspring.
Infanticide by males and its implications: Paternity confusion and the ovarian cycles of female primates
Mitochondrial phylogeny of leaf monkeys (genus Presbytis, Eschscholtz, 1821) with implications for taxonomy and conservation.