Papio


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Noun1.Papio - baboonsPapio - baboons        
mammal genus - a genus of mammals
Cercopithecidae, family Cercopithecidae - Old World monkeys: guenon; baboon; colobus monkey; langur; macaque; mandrill; mangabey; patas; proboscis monkey
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mulatta, Sapajus apella, Chlorocebus aethiops, and Papio hamadryas) were vaccinated during October-December 2015.
Penalba is also currently ahead in the Senior Masters with 1376, followed closely by Boy Florencio of Sletba-GMTBC with 1365, and Papio de Dios of Sletba with 1337.
Edited by Francesco Borghesi, Michael Papio, and Massimo Riva.
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To this purpose, a first objective is to evaluate the continuities of manual and brain asymmetries between (1) a linguistic gestural system in humans using MRI in 100 adult native deaf French signers, and (2) a non-linguistic gestural system of adult baboons Papio anubis using 106 MRI brain images.
Ademas cabe senalar que algunos tipos monetarios de Lucio Papio Celso, acunados en 79 a.
Se podia oir sobre todo entre el clamor unanime el nombre de Brutulo Papio quien era un hombre noble y poderoso, responsable de la ruptura de la reciente tregua.
2009), y en papiones como Papio anubis (CHAMPNEYS, 1871) y Papio hamadryas (ACKERMANN, 2003).
The species that did occur, Papio hamadryas, is known to this day as the Sacred Baboon precisely because it was worshipped as the god Thoth (just as the Sacred Ibis).
65) (United Kingdom) Old world monkeys Dickens, 2013 (78) (South Africa) Papio spp.
In addition to that, Papio hamadryas has been considered as a maintenance host of Schistosoma mansoni in Saudi Arabia (Zahed et al.