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Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship
Thursday 7th August, 10:00-12:20
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697 AN AGENT-BASED MODEL OF PRIMATE DEMOGRAPHY: THE EFFECTS OF LIFE HISTORY, GROUP SIZE, AND PATERNITY CONCENTRATION ON PATTERNS OF RELATEDNESS
R.S. Walker*, J. Ostner, O. Schuelke
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
698 CLOSE KIN AVAILABILITY WITHIN WILD GROUPS OF WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS
L. Muniz*1, S. Perry2, J.H. Manson2, J. Gros-Louis3, H. Gilkenson4, L. Vigilant1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2University of California, United States, 3Indiana University, United States, 4ELPC, United States
700 MATING BEHAVIOR AND PATERNITY DETERMINATION USING MICROSATELLITE MARKERS IN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA) AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
S. Ichino*, Y. Kawamoto, N. Miyamoto, H. Hirai, N. Koyama
Kyoto University, Japan
701 PATERNITY AND SOCIAL RANK IN BUDONGO FOREST CHIMPANZEES
N.E. Newton-Fisher*1, M. Emery Thompson2, V. Reynolds3, C. Boesch4, L. Vigilant4
1University of Kent, United Kingdom, 2Harvard University, United States, 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 4Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
702 DOMINANCE IN CHIMPANZEES: PERSONALITY, POSITION AND BEYOND
S.M.R. Schneider*, J.E. King
University of Arizona, United States
703 ON FINDING AN OBVIOUS, LINEAR DOMINANCE HIERARCHY IN A GROUP OF WILD, NON-PROVISIONED PATAS MONKEYS (ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS) IN LAIKIPIA, KENYA
L.A. Isbell
University of California, Davis, United States