Old World monkey

NOUN
  1. of Africa or Arabia or Asia; having nonprehensile tails and nostrils close together
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  • By contrast, many Old World monkeys, such as baboons and macaques, live longer, start to reproduce later, and have more time between babies.
  • Old World monkeys: guenon; baboon; colobus monkey; langur; macaque ; mandrill ; mangabey; patas; proboscis monkey.
  • The same situation is encountered at the 3’ splice site of cercopithecoid Old World monkeys (OWMs).
  • By contrast, many Old World monkeys, such as baboons and macaques, live longer, start to reproduce later, and have more time between babies.
  • Fossils of the earliest hominoids (21 million years ago) and the cercopithecoids (Old World monkeys; 19 million years ago) are known from the early Miocene.
  • In primates, prosimians and Old World monkeys exhibit a moderate level of the enzymatic activity relative to mice and rabbits.
  • They conclude that the gene began to deteriorate after the split between New and Old World primates but before the Old World monkeys and apes diverged.
  • Two indels were present in exons: a five amino acid deletion in exon 9 was present in humans and apes, and a single amino acid deletion in exon 14 occurred in cercopithecine Old World monkeys (macaque and guenon).
  • Herbert Spencer's "line of individuation," must begin with the lancelet and its disputed head, and end in the Catarrhine or Old World monkey. Life: Its True Genesis
  • The CGß gene first arose in the common ancestor of the anthropoid primates (New World monkeys, Old World monkeys, apes, and humans), after the anthropoids diverged from tarsiers.
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