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New World Monkeys


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New World monkeys

New World Monkeys

New World monkeys

Biogeography of New World Monkeys

Preparing New World Monkeys for Laboratory Research

Timing the Origin of New World Monkeys

Functional Response Properties of Neurons in the Dorsomedial Visual Area of New World Monkeys (Callithrix jacchus)

Physiological Responses of New World Monkey V1 Neurons to Stimuli Defined by Coherent Motion

Old World Monkeys and New Age Science: The Evolution of Nonhuman Primate Systems Virology

An Explicit Signature of Balancing Selection for Color-Vision Variation in New World Monkeys

The Organization and Connections of Anterior and Posterior Parietal Cortex in Titi Monkeys: Do New World Monkeys Have an Area 2?

Thalamocortical Connections of Functional Zones in Posterior Parietal Cortex and Frontal Cortex Motor Regions in New World Monkeys

Cortical Connections of Functional Zones in Posterior Parietal Cortex and Frontal Cortex Motor Regions in New World Monkeys

New World Monkey Pepsinogens A and C, and Prochymosins. Purification, Characterization of Enzymatic Properties, cDNA Cloning, and Molecular Evolution

Post‐coital administration of levonorgestrel does not interfere with post‐fertilization events in the new‐world monkey Cebus apella

Post-coital administration of levonorgestrel and post-fertilization events in the new-world monkey Cebus apella

Reply: Post-coital administration of levonorgestrel and post-fertilization events in the new-world monkey Cebus apella

The Organization of Orientation-Selective, Luminance-Change and Binocular- Preference Domains in the Second (V2) and Third (V3) Visual Areas of New World Owl Monkeys as Revealed by Intrinsic Signal Optical Imaging

 

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The monkeys of the new world have evolved into an extraordinary array of ecological, social, and anatomical types, many of them unique. The family Cebidae previously included the world's only ...

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