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Arboreal Locomotor Adaptation in Primates and Its Relevance to Human Evolution

Workshop held in Kyoto March 5 to 7, 1999

Guest editors: Morihiko Okada; Holger Preuschoft

2002. V, 258 pages, 108 figures, 37 tables, 16x25cm, 620 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Morphologie und Anthropologie, Band 83 Heft 2/3)

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Editorial VII-VIII
Babu, B.V., Parvatheesam, C., Sudhakar, G. & Babu, M. C.: Genetic
affinities of AB0 and Rh blood groups among populations of Andhra
Pradesh, India: 2. Tribes. With 1 figure and 2 tables 109-116
Bejerano, M., Yakovenko, K., Bat-Miriam Katznelson, M. &
Kobyliansky, E.: Relationship between genetic anomalies of different
levels and deviations in dermatoglyphic traits. Part 7:
Dermatoglyphic peculiarities of females with cervical and endometrial
carcinoma. With 2 figures and 20 tables 75-108
Garlowska, E.: Disease in the Neolithic Population of the Lengyel
Culture(4300-4000 B.C.) from the Kujawy Region in North-Central
Poland. With 10 figures and 10 tables 43-57
Matsumura, H., Cuong N. L., Thuy, N. K. & Anezaki, T.: Dental
Morphologyof the Early Hoabinian, the Neolithic Da But and the Metal
Age Dong Son Civilized Peoples in Vietnam. With 6 figures and 6 tables 59-73
Sanna, E., Melis, M. & Floris, G.: Coefficient of relationship by
isonymybetween 14 Sardinian villages in the periods 1800-1824 and
1950-1974. With 3 figures and 3 tables 117-127
Scholz, M., Hengst, S., Broghammer, M. & Pusch, C. M.:
IntrapopulationalRelationships in Ancient Societies: A
multidisciplinary Study. With 6 figures and 4 tables 5-21
Verma, S. S.: Regression models in physiological research 129-138
Vinyard, Ch. J. & Smith, F. H.: Morphometric Testing of Structural
Hypothesesof the Supraorbital Region in Modern Humans. With 4 figures
and 3 tables 23-41
Wiesemüller, B. & Rothe, H.: The Size of Differences as a Quality
Criterion for Characters in Phylogenetics. With 2 figures 1-4
Arboreal Locomotor Adaptation in Primates and Its Relevance to Human
Evolution
Workshop held in Kyoto, March 5 to 7, 1999
Guest editors: Morihiko Okada & Holger Preuschoft
Okada, M. & Preuschoft, H.: Introduction of the guest editors. With 1
figure 145-148
A: Climbing - an arboreal locomotor innovation and its consequences
for morphology
Hayama, S., Honda, K., Oka, H. & Okada, M.: Air trapping and
arboreallocomotor adaptation in primates: A review of experiments on
humans. With 9 figures and 1 table 149-159
Suzuki, A., Hayama, S. & Okada, M.: Composition of myofiber types in
thevocalis muscles involved in rapid closure of the glottis in
Japanese macaques. With 7 figures and 2 tables 161-169
Preuschoft, H.: What does "arboreal locomotion" mean exactly and what
arethe relationships between "climbing", environment and morphology?
With 4 figures 171-188
Nakano, Y.: The effects of substratum inclination on locomotor
patterns inprimates. With 5 figures and 3 tables 189-199
Kimura, Tasuku: Primate limb bones and locomotor types in arboreal
orterrestrial environments. With 9 figures and 5 tables 201-219
B: Quadrupedalism in mammals and primates
Witte, H., Preuschoft, H. & Fischer, M. S.: The importance of the
evolu-tionary heritage of locomotion on flat ground in small mammals
for the development of arboreality. With 5 figures 221-233
Schmidt, M., Voges, D. & Fischer, M. S.: Shoulder movements
duringquadrupedal locomotion in arboreal primates. With 3 figures and
1 table 235-242
Arms, A., Voges, D., Fischer M. S. & Preuschoft, H.: Arboreal
locomotionin small New-World monkeys. With 8 figures and 10 tables 243-263
Li, Y., Crompton, R. H., Günther, M., Wang, W. & Savage, R.:
Reconstruc-ting the mechanics of quadrupedalism in an extinct
hominoid. With 5 figures and 1 table 265-274
C: Diversity of locomotor adaptation in higher primates
Jouffroy, F.K. & Medina, M.F.: Radio-ulnar deviation of the primate
carpus:An X-ray study. With 9 figures and 1 table 275-289
Takahashi, Y., Matsumura, A. & Kimura, K.: The insertions of
thecruropedal muscles and implications for the locomotor evolution in
primates. With 5 figures and 3 tables 291-303
Kimura, Tadanao: Composition of psoas major muscle fibers
comparedamong humans, orangutans, and monkeys. With 8 figures and 1
table 305-314
Kojima, R., Medina, M.F., Jouffroy, F. K. & Okada, M.: Effects of
fixationand preservation conditions on immunohistochemical profiles of
the skeletal muscle fibers in Japanese macaques 315-324
Chatani, K.: Suspensory behavior and its role in positional activities
ofJapanese macaques. With 1 figure and 3 tables 337-335
D: Significance of locomotion in ape and human evolution
Pickford, M.: Palaeoenvironments and hominoid evolution. With 5
figures 337-348
Note: Two recent discoveries impinge directly on papers by B. Senut
and M. Pickford (this volume) 349
Senut, B.: From apes to humans: locomotion as a key feature for
phylogeny. With 1 figure and 2 tables 351-360
Nakatsukasa, M., Kunimatsu, Y., Nakano, Y. & Ishida, H.: Morphology
ofthe hallucial phalanges in extant anthropoids and fossil
hominoids. With 6 figures and 2 tables 361-372
Matsumura, A., Takahashi, Y. & Okada, M.: Cross-sectional
geometricproperties along the diaphysis of femur and humerus in
chimpanzees and humans. With 4 figures and 1 table 373-382
Niemitz, C.: Kinematics and ontogeny of locomotion in monkeys and
humanbabies. With 10 figures 383-400
Referate
Bernhard, W. & Jung, K.: Sportanthropologie 142
Ewert, J. P.: Neurobiologie des Verhaltens 143
Gestrich, A.: Geschichte der Familie im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert 144
Hacker, W.: Allgemeine Arbeitspsychologie. Psychische Regulation von
Arbeitstätigkeiten 140
Haisch, J., Weitkunat, R. & Wildner, M. (Hrsg.): Waerterbuch Public
Health 144
Harding, L.: Geschichte Afrikas im 19. und 20 Jahrhundert 401
Henke, W. & Rothe, H.: Stammesgeschichte des Menschen. Eine Einführung 139
Henss, R.: Gesicht und Persaenlichkeitseindruck 401
Irle, E. & Markowitsch, H. J. (Hrsg.): Vergleichende Psychologie (Band
C/I/7der Enzyklopadie der Psychologie) 141
Kobyliansky, E. & Hershkovitz, I.: Biology of Desert Populations -
South Sinai Bedouins: Growth and Development of Children in Human
Isolates 402
Kraener, H. P.: Von der Rassenhygiene zur Humangenetik. Das
Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut für Anthropologie, menschliche Erblehre und
Eugenik nach dem Kriege 140
O'Rahilly, R. & Müller, F.: Embryologie und Teratologie des Menschen 402
Pfingsten, M. & Hildebrand, J. (Hrsg.): Chronischer Rückenschmerz 402
Plomin, R., DeFries, J.C., McClearn, G. E. & Ruttner, M.: Gene, Umwelt
und Verhalten 403
Soemmerring, S. T.: Werke, Bd. 15. Über die körperliche
Verschiedenheit des Negers vom Europäer (1785) 139
Walter, H.: Populationsgenetik der Blutgruppensysteme des Menschen 141
Weiss, V.: Die IQ-Falle. Intelligenz, Sozialstruktur und Politik 142
Zeier, H.: Männer über fünfzig. Körperliche Veränderungen 142
Zimpel, H. G.: Lexikon der Weltbevölkerung. Geographie, Kultur,
Gesellschaft 143