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1951 9
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1954 4
1955 11
1956 15
1957 7
1958 7
1959 7
1960 10
1961 4
1962 14
1963 11
1964 20
1965 10
1966 3
1967 1
1968 3
1969 35
1970 33
1971 173
1972 310
1973 301
1974 304
1975 338
1976 297
1977 285
1978 310
1979 281
1980 279
1981 326
1982 248
1983 288
1984 338
1985 285
1986 289
1987 285
1988 232
1989 266
1990 275
1991 304
1992 291
1993 275
1994 263
1995 280
1996 291
1997 289
1998 233
1999 252
2000 254
2001 244
2002 229
2003 230
2004 255
2005 231
2006 219
2007 189
2008 185
2009 203
2010 214
2011 200
2012 190
2013 189
2014 176
2015 165
2016 158
2017 149
2018 168
2019 49
2020 1
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Parturition in baboons (PAPIO SPP.).
Schlabritz-Loutsevitch N, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29352119 Free PMC article.
The Old World non-human primates (NHP) - baboons (Papio spp.) share similarities with humans regarding fetal and placental development and some pregnancy-related complications. ...The presented cases provide important information for the management of pregnancy and delivery in Papio spp....
The Old World non-human primates (NHP) - baboons (Papio spp.) share similarities with humans regarding fetal and placental developmen …
Evolution of the modern baboon (Papio hamadryas): A reassessment of the African Plio-Pleistocene record.
Gilbert CC, et al. J Hum Evol 2018. PMID 29954592
Baboons (Papio hamadryas) are among the most successful extant primates, with a minimum of six distinctive forms throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. ...Three early fossil taxa are generally recognized, all from South Africa: Papio izodi, Papio robinsoni and Papio angusticeps. ...
Baboons (Papio hamadryas) are among the most successful extant primates, with a minimum of six distinctive forms throughout Sub-Sahar …
Ecological niche modeling of the genus Papio.
Fuchs AJ, et al. Am J Phys Anthropol 2018. PMID 29607482
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We used Maxent to generate ENMs by collating locality data for six Papio species and climate information from WorldClim. ...DISCUSSION: Niche models had good predictive power, which indicates Papio species distributions are correlated with climatic variables to varying degrees. ...
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We used Maxent to generate ENMs by collating locality data for six Papio species and climate information from …
Papio Baboon Species Indicative Alu Elements.
Walker JA, et al. Genome Biol Evol 2017. PMID 28854642 Free PMC article.
The genus of Papio (baboon) has six recognized species separated into Northern and Southern clades, each comprised of three species distributed across the African continent. ...The existence of multiple hybrid zones, both ancient and current, have complicated efforts to characterize the phylogeny of Papio baboons. ...
The genus of Papio (baboon) has six recognized species separated into Northern and Southern clades, each comprised of three species d …
Osteosarcoma in Baboons (Papio spp).
Mezzles MJ, et al. Comp Med 2015. PMID 25926401 Free PMC article.
Bone neoplasms in baboons (Papio spp) are rare, with only one confirmed case of osteosarcoma previously described in the literature. ...
Bone neoplasms in baboons (Papio spp) are rare, with only one confirmed case of osteosarcoma previously described in the literature. …
Evolution of DNA Methylation in Papio Baboons.
Vilgalys TP, et al. Mol Biol Evol 2019. PMID 30521003 Free PMC article.
Here, we profiled genome-scale DNA methylation levels in blood samples from five of the six extant species of the baboon genus Papio (4-14 individuals per species). ...
Here, we profiled genome-scale DNA methylation levels in blood samples from five of the six extant species of the baboon genus Papio
Baboons
Barrett L and Henzi SP. Curr Biol 2008. PMID 18492465 Free article.
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