The 85th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2016)


Session 55. Primatology: Life History. Contributed Podium Presentations. Chair: Martin N. Muller

April 16, 2016 , A 703/704 Add to calendar
2:00 Add to calendar Hormonal Correlates of Sexual Swellings During Pregnancy in Wild Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) of Kanyawara and Gombe. Emily E. Boehm, Anne E. Pusey, Zarin Machanda, Martin Muller, Emily Otali, Richard Wrangham, Melissa Emery Thompson.
2:15 Add to calendar New data on female maturation milestones indicate longer development in wild chimpanzees. Kara K. Walker, Jane Goodall, Anne E. Pusey.
2:30 Add to calendar Testosterone, musculature, and development in Kanyawara chimpanzees and Tsimane forager-horticulturalists. Martin N. Muller, Melissa Emery Thompson, Bret A. Beheim, Drew K. Enigk, Michael Gurven, Kristin Sabbi, Benjamin C. Trumble, Richard W. Wrangham, Hillard S. Kaplan.
2:45 Add to calendar Expensive tissues and gestation length in primates. Carrie S. Mongle, Andreas Koenig, Jeroen B. Smaers, Carola Borries.
3:00 Add to calendar Fecal stable isotopes (δ13C:δ15N, %N) used to track infant nutritional development and reveal average weaning age in wild chimpanzees . Iulia Badescu, M. Anne. Katzenberg, David P. Watts, Daniel W. Sellen.
3:15 Add to calendar Offspring survivorship in wild geladas (Theropithecus gelada). Amy Lu, Thore J. Bergman, Jacinta C. Beehner.
3:30 Add to calendar In the Thick of Things: Menstrual Bleeding Reflects Placental Development in Non-Human Primates. Elizabeth Rowe.
3:45 Add to calendar Metabolic hormone dynamics across marmoset monkey pregnancy: sources of variation and implications for birth outcomes. Julienne Rutherford, Suzette Tardif, Corinna Ross, Aubrey Sills, Donna Layne Colon, Laren Riesche, Toni Ziegler.
4:00 Add to calendar Comparison of maternal investment in two troops of wild olive baboons (P. anubis) at ecologically different sites in the Laikipia Plateau, Kenya. Corinna A. Most, Shirley C. Strum.
4:15 Add to calendar Development of female-dominance in lemurs coincides with androgenic development. Stephanie L. Meredith, M Teague O'Mara.
4:30 Add to calendar Evidence that male face shape in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) is subject to inter-sexual selection . Kevin A. Rosenfield, Constance Dubuc, Alexander V. Georgiev, Dario Maestripieri, Stuart Semple.
4:45 Add to calendar Cease and De-Cyst: Female geladas are more likely than males to fight off cyst-inducing tapeworms. India A. Schneider-Crease, John C. Noh, Thore J. Bergman, Jacinta C. Beehner.
5:00 Break