Dietary tryptophan was manipulated in social groups of vervet
monkeys by providing them with amino acid mixtures that were tryptophan-free, nutritionally balanced, or excessively high in tryptophan.
"The species most used in tests are not on the list of endangered species in the sense of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)," retorts the Commission, citing macaques, marmosets, vervet
monkeys and baboons as the primary test subjects.
Even with the aloe plants, termite mounds and prickly pear cactus, it didn't really register with me that I was in a foreign country until a vervet
monkey ran across the road.
monkeys give alarm calls to warn fellow monkeys of the presence of predators even though in doing so they attract attention to themselves and increase their chances of being attacked.
Unfortunately, so are the vervet
monkeys, which love coming into our houses and pinch fruit and food--they can be a real pain!
monkeys (21) three distinct warning calls have been recorded.
It will feature a stingray lagoon, dolphin encounters including swimming with dolphins, an educational hut where visitors can learn about marine life, a beach bar and grill and a nature trail and aviary with tropical birds, butterflies and even a few local green vervet
Kitts is populated by wild, green vervet
monkeys, which local wags say outnumber the island's 36,000-odd human inhabitants.
The alliances, with Cloudscape Inc, Extensibility Inc, Fiorano Software Inc, PointBase Inc and Vervet
Logic, endow Visual-XML with a range of new capabilities.
In each case, phylogenetic analyses indicated that the viruses were closely related to SIVAGM from the local species of African green monkey, namely, vervet
monkeys in East Africa and sabaeus monkeys in West Africa [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
Richard Ellis, a marine artist and fluent scribbler of books on legends of the sea, prefers to believe that blue monkeys were around in the Aegean as late as 430 BC and to blame for the Plague of Athens, which knocked off Pericles, since their close relative, the vervet
, or green monkey, is responsible for the spread of the Ebola virus in Zaire and the Sudan.