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Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective
Wednesday 6th August, 10:00-12:20
Sidlaw
Convenor: Bernstein, R.
421 BODY SIZE AND THE ORIGIN OF THE ORDER PRIMATES
C. Soligo
University College London, United Kingdom
422 SCALE AND SELECTION PRESSURES IN THE EVOLUTION OF ANTHROPOID BODY SIZE DIMORPHISM
A.D. Gordon1
1Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, George Washington University, United States
423 INTRASEXUAL SCALING OF DIMORPHIC FEATURES AND THEIR ROLE IN SIGNALLING BODY SIZE AND FITNESS VARIATION WITHIN PRIMATE SPECIES
B.T. Shea*, E.B. Klopp
Northwestern University, United States
424 ALLOMETRY AND PHYSIOLOGY: HORMONES, MASS AND LENGTH
R.M. Bernstein*1, S.R. Leigh2, J. Setchell3
1George Washington University, United States, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States, 3Durham University, United Kingdom
425 LIFE HISTORY AND BODY SIZE AS DETERMINANTS OF QUATERNARY MAMMALIAN SPECIES LOSS
L.R. Godfrey*1, G.T. Schwartz2, M.R. Sutherland1, W.L. Jungers3, M.T. Irwin4
1University of Massachusetts, United States, 2Arizona State University, United States, 3Stony Brook University, United States, 4McGill University, Canada
426 EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY OF EXTANT LEMURS: EVIDENCE FOR ENERGETIC EQUIVALENCE OR PHYLOGENETIC NICHE CONSERVATION?
S.M. Lehman
University of Toronto, Canada
427 ONTOGENY AND PHYLETIC SIZE CHANGE IN LIVING AND FOSSIL STREPSIRRHINES
M.J. Ravosa
University of Missouri School of Medicine, United States