chacma


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Synonyms for chacma

greyish baboon of southern and eastern Africa

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The four performers that make-up Chacma examine -- based on their own experiences -- how the enormous pressure from society has an impact on our psychological standards and ideals.
Occult hepatitis B virus infection in Chacma baboons, South Africa.
Vascularity of the dental pulp after segmental osteotomy in the chacma baboon (papioursinus).
He clearly references the racist stereotypes prevalent at the time, which Pechey (2006:43) terms the "aboriginality" of baboons in South African discourse, in which "comparison between South Africa's indigenous populations and chacma baboons" is a given.
Grooming-for-cooing trades have also been reported in chacma baboons and long-tailed macaques.
Cape Town's chacma baboons are a popular attraction and some visitors give them treats in order to lure them closer and take pictures.
The primary aim of this study was to assess the diagnostic efficacy of ROTEG in the quantification of plasma fibrinolytic activity (PFA) or the intensity of the 'lytic state' during thrombolytic therapy in the Chacma baboon.
Here, chacma baboons, conventionally framed as nonentities without rights, have suffered specifically at the confluence of speciesism and racism in apartheid history.
The animals observed in studies on South African beaches include different species of mongoose, such as Herpestes [= Galerella] pulverulenta), the yellow mongoose (Cynictis penicillata), and the marsh mongoose (Atilax paludinosus), and occasionally chacma baboons (Papio ursinus).
Defense of space and resources by chacma (Papio ursinus) baboon troops in an African desert swamp.
Inbreeding and reproductive success in a natural chacma baboon, Papio cynocephalus ursinus, population.
In the film, a troop of Chacma baboons can be seen delicately wading through the flooded Okavango Delta, where the Okavango River empties into the Kalahari Desert, as though they can't stand getting wet.
The rise and fall of tuberculosis in a free-ranging chacma baboon troop in the Kruger National Park.
Over a six-month period in Tsaobis Leopard Park in Namibia, ZSL scientists followed troops of chacma baboons (Papio ursinus) on foot from dawn to dusk.