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Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)
Thursday 7th August, 13:30-15:30
Moorfoot

Convenors: Vereecke, E. & D'Aout, K.

The final slot of this symposium will be a discussion led by the convenors.

761 IMPLICATIONS OF CHIMPANZEE BIPEDAL FEEDING FOR THE EVOLUTION OF HOMINID POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION
C.B. Stanford
University of Southern California, United States
762 LINKING IN SITU AND EX SITU APPROACHES FOR STUDYING PRIMATE LOCOMOTOR RESPONSES TO SUPPORT STABILITY
N.J. Stevens
Ohio University, United States
763 COMPARISONS OF LIMB STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES IN HABITUATED CHIMPANZEES FROM KIBALE, GOMBE, MAHALE AND TAĻ COMMUNITIES.
K.J. Carlson*1, R.W. Wrangham2, M.N. Muller3, D.R. Sumner4, M.E. Morbeck5, T. Nishida6, A. Yamanaka7, C. Boesch8
1Department of Anatomy, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, United States, 3Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, United States, 4Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Rush Medical College, United States, 5Departments of Anthropology and Anatomy, University of Arizona, United States, 6Kyoto University, Japan, 7Department of Oral Anatomy, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan, 8Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
764 GAIT AND KINEMATICS OF ARBOREAL QUADRUPEDAL WALK OF FREE-RANGING RED HOWLERS (ALOUATTA SENICULUS) IN FRENCH GUIANA
D. Youlatos*1, J.-P. Gasc2
1Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Biology, Department of Zoology, Greece, 2Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Laboratoire d'Anatomie Comparee, USM 301 UMR 7179, France
765 TRANSLATING PRIMATE LOCOMOTOR BIOMECHANICAL VARIABLES FROM THE LABORATORY TO THE FIELD.
D. Schmitt
Duke University, United States