Savanna Monkeys

The Genus Chlorocebus

; Christopher A. Schmitt ; Jennifer Danzy Cramer

Explores many aspects of the behaviour, genetics, taxonomy and evolution of this genus and its adaptation to multiple environments. Les mer
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Explores many aspects of the behaviour, genetics, taxonomy and evolution of this genus and its adaptation to multiple environments.

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Preface Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 1. Introduction Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 2. Biological resources for genomic investigation in vervet monkey (Chlorocebus) Anna J. Jasinska; 3. Vervet taxonomy Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 4. The promise of vervet genomics Wesley C. Warren and Michael J. Montague; 5. African green monkeys as a natural host of SIV Cristian Apetrei, Kevin Raehtz and Ivona Pandrea; 6. The vervet microbiome Katherine R. Amato; 7. Population genetics Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 8. Population genetic structure of vervet monkeys in South Africa Willem G. Coetzer, Joseph G. Lorenz, Nelson B. Freimer and J. Paul Grobler; 9. Behavioral ecology of vervets Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 10. Socioecology of vervet monkeys Patricia Whitten; 11. Biological complexity in primate sociality and health Brandi T. Wren; 12. Predation and food competition in vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus) Lynne A. Isbell; 13. Vervet monkeys' social learning abilities Erica van de Waal; 14. Life history Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 15. The social and thermal competence of wild vervet monkeys Richard McFarland, Peter Henzi and Louise Barrett; 16. Novelty seeking in vervets: developmental, genetic and environmental influences Lynn A. Fairbanks; 17. Measurement of novelty seeking in wild vervet monkeys Maryjka Blaszczyk; 18. Causes of variation in the static allometry of morphological structures: a case study with vervet monkeys Rafael L. Rodriguez, Tegan J. Gaetano, J. Paul Grobler and Nelson B. Freimer; 19. Ethnoprimatology Trudy R. Turner, Christopher A. Schmitt and Jennifer Danzy Cramer; 20. Exploring Caribbean vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops sabaeus) through an ethnoprimatological lens Kerry M. Dore; 21. Vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus pygerythrus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and humans (Homo sapiens): studying interactions using stable isotope analysis Matt Sponheimer, James E. Loudon, J. Paul Grobler, Kimberly Moyer and Joseph G. Lorenz.