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Publication Date: 1999
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
"Primates" comprise a variety of mammals from the relative ancient lineages of lemurs on Madagascar and tiny tarsiers of Southeast Asia to the gorillas of montane Africa. Of course, humans are also primates - one twig on the primate evolutionary tree. Primate Anatomy: An Introduction, Second Edition is a succinct and readable survey of primatology focusing on the anatomy of primates. Following an introduction, the chapters are organized by organ system. Also included are chapters dealing with reproduction, chromosomes, blood groups, and molecular studies of primate evolution. This book is ideal for an introductory course in primatology and should appeal to both faculty and students who need a brief treatment of the essentials of primatology.Ankel-Simons, Friderun is the author of 'Primate Anatomy An Introduction', published 1999 under ISBN 9780120586707 and ISBN 0120586703.
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