Paul E. Garber

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Identifying ecological factors underlying primate group size has been a central theme in primate behavioral ecology. The ecological constraints model proposes that increased group size leads to enhanced within-group feeding competition, necessitating increased travel to encounter additional or more productive feeding sites. Over the course of three years,(More)
A familial translocation t(X;21)(q2700;q11) is studied. A girl, trisomic for almost all the chromosome 21, has a mildly abnormal phenotype. A second girl, phenotypically abnormal, is monosomic for the juxtacentromeric region of chromosome 21 only. A comparison of the replication pattern and of the activity of superoxide dismutase (gene located on chromosome(More)