Pan troglodytes


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Noun1.Pan troglodytes - intelligent somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial African forestsPan troglodytes - intelligent somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial African forests
great ape, pongid - any of the large anthropoid apes of the family Pongidae
genus Pan, Pan - chimpanzees; more closely related to Australopithecus than to other pongids
Pan troglodytes verus, western chimpanzee - masked or pale-faced chimpanzees of western Africa; distantly related to the eastern and central chimpanzees; possibly a distinct species
eastern chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii - long-haired chimpanzees of east-central Africa; closely related to the central chimpanzees
central chimpanzee, Pan troglodytes troglodytes - black-faced chimpanzees of central Africa; closely related to eastern chimpanzees
bonobo, Pan paniscus, pygmy chimpanzee - small chimpanzee of swamp forests in Zaire; a threatened species
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Pan troglodytes is the scientific name of which animal?
Although chimps (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus) became separate species 1.6 million to 2 million years ago, they are still closely related enough to interbreed occasionally.
Partial albinism ("leucism," see below), was responsible for the recognition of several species of primates: Lesson (1831, plate XXXII) named Troglodytes leucoprymnus, as a distinct species of chimpanzee (now known as Pan troglodytes) based on a partially leucistic individual.
Although MRSA colonization in companion animals has been established, a paucity of literature exists on MRSA in laboratory animals, specifically those most closely related phylogenetically to humans: chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
and Hylobates sp.), (25) chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), (26-29) gorillas (Gorilla gorilla) (30) and orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) (31) (Fig.
In present study gene encoding p68 in human was found to be more close to gene encoding p68 in Sus scrofa and Pan troglodytes. The results obtained from present study will be helpful to study the role of p68 in regulation of gene expression in humans in future.