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Ontogeny, Life History, And Maternal Investment In Baboons

S. Leigh, R. Bernstein
Published 2006 · Biology

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This chapter compares the ontogeny of Papio baboons to other papionin primates through a theoretical perspective that prioritizes ontogeny in the study of life history. This viewpoint anticipates that life history variables are dissociable, or capable of responding to selection independent of one another. The result is diversity in how primate life histories unfold. Papio baboons provide excellent evidence for this view of life history, illustrating a mode of life history with clear ties to female reproduction. Specifically, relative to other papionins, life history in Papio baboons involves tightly coordinated patterns of development for somatic variables, including body mass, skeletal dimensions, and dental eruption. Growth hormones in Papio baboons are highly intercorrelated. However, brain growth follows a distinct pattern from other systems, ceasing very early in Papio baboons.
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