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Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)
Thursday 7th August, 13:30-15:30
Carrick
Convenor: Burrows, A.
772 A GUIDE TO GALAGO DIVERSITY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF HANDS, FEET AND DENTAL STRUCTURE (GETTING A GRIP ON HOW BEST TO CHEW GUM)
I.R. Stephenson*, S.K. Bearder
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
773 EXUDATIVORY IN GALAGOS: MAYBE IT’S NOT THE TOOTHCOMB THAT COUNTS
A.M. Burrows*1, L.T. Nash2
1Duquesne University, United States, 2Arizona State University, United States
774 TONGUE MORPHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT IN OTOLEMUR GARNETTII AND O. CRASSICADAUTUS
B.A. Docherty*1, L.J. Alport2, A.M. Burrows1, T.D. Smith3
1Duquesne University, United States, 2University of Texas at Austin, United States, 3Slippery Rock University, United States
775 DO PERIPHERAL FEEDING SPECIALIZATIONS EXTEND TO THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM IN NEW WORLD MONKEYS?
A.B. Taylor*1, C.J. Vinyard1, L.E. White1
1Duke University School of Medicine, United States, 2Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine, United States, 3Duke University School of Medicine, United States
776 A COMPARISON OF THE POSTCRANIAL ADAPTATIONS OF GUMMIVOROUS PRIMATES
S.M. Ford*1, L.C. Davis2
1Southern Illinois University, United States, 2Northeastern Illinois University, United States
777 EXUDATIVORY AMONG EARLY PRIMATES: REAL, IMAGINED OR RARE
A.L. Rosenberger
Brooklyn College, CUNY, United States