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Standardized descriptions of primate locomotor and postural modes
As quantitative studies on primate positional behavior accumulate the lack of a standard positional mode terminology is becoming an increasingly serious deficiency. Inconsistent use of traditionalExpand
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A hominine hip bone, KNM-ER 3228, from East Lake Turkana, Kenya.
  • M. D. Rose
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 April 1984
A male hominine partial hip bone, KNM -ER 3228, from East Lake Turkana , Kenya is described. In most of its features this specimen resembles modern human male hip bones. This is especially true forExpand
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Another look at the anthropoid elbow
Abstract Functional features of the articular surfaces of the joints of the elbow region are described for a number of extant and fossil anthropoids. At the humeroradial and proximal radioulnarExpand
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New postcranial specimens of catarrhines from the Middle Miocene Chinji Formation, Pakistan: descriptions and a discussion of proximal humeral functional morphology in anthropoids
Abstract Two new postcranial specimens from the Chinji Formation of the Siwaliks of Pakistan, dated at approximately 11·3 MyBP, are described. A calcaneus, GSP 28230, is morphologically similar toExpand
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New Sivapithecus postcranial specimens from the Siwaliks of Pakistan.
Several new postcranial elements of Sivapithecus from the Siwaliks of Pakistan are described. These include a distal femur from the U-level of the Dhok Pathan Formation, a navicular from the ChinjiExpand
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Events in Hominoid Evolution
The preceding chapters of this volume have described a number of different approaches and solutions to the interpretation of hominoid evolutionary history. Given the breadth of approaches, it isExpand
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We analyzed how the distribution and abundance of a major consumer, the coyote (Canis latrans) is influenced by the input of food from the sea. In the arid deserts of Baja California, coyoteExpand
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Functional and Phylogenetic Features of the Forelimb in Miocene Hominoids
The forelimb is the most versatile part of the locomotor system in primates. As such, its functional morphology varies widely among taxa with different locomotor specializations. It is therefore anExpand
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Function, phylogeny, and fossils : miocene hominoid evolution and adaptations
Function and Phylogeny in Miocene Hominoids C.V. Ward, et al. Comments on the Last Decades of Research on Miocene Hominoids and Hominid Origins D. Pilbeam. Inter-Relationships Between FunctionalExpand
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Locomotor behavior of Lagothrix lagothricha and Ateles belzebuth in Yasuní National Park, Ecuador: general patterns and nonsuspensory modes.
Field study of the locomotor behavior of sympatric woolly monkeys (Lagothrix lagothricha) and spider monkeys (Ateles belzebuth) in undisturbed rainforest of northern Ecuador revealed similar patternsExpand
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