Definition of Anthropoidea. Meaning of Anthropoidea. Synonyms of Anthropoidea

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Definition of Anthropoidea

Anthropoidea
Anthropoidea An`thro*poid"e*a, n. pl. [NL. See Anthropoid.] (Zo["o]l.) The suborder of primates which includes the monkeys, apes, and man.

Meaning of Anthropoidea from wikipedia

- – collectively known as simians or anthropoids – were grouped under Anthropoidea (/ˌænθrəˈpɔɪdiə/; Ancient Gr****: άνθρωπος, romanized: anthropos, lit...
- framework the terms animals, bilateria/worms, fishes/vertebrata, or monkeys/anthropoidea were used, these terms would include humans. Many of these terms are...
- Vivesh V.; Tiwari, B. N. (2008-08-12). "The oldest Asian record of Anthropoidea". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105 (32): 11093–11098...
- and may refer to: Simian, monkeys and apes (anthropoids, or suborder Anthropoidea, in earlier cl****ifications) Anthropoid apes - apes that are closely...
- superfamilies: Prosimii and Anthropoidea. Prosimii included all of the prosimians: Strepsirrhini plus the tarsiers. Anthropoidea contained all of the simians...
- phyletic relationships of extant and fossil Pitheciinae (Platyrrhini, Anthropoidea)". Journal of Human Evolution. 19 (1–2): 175–208. doi:10.1016/0047-2484(90)90016-5...
- primates in the suborder Prosimii, or as the sister group to the simians (Anthropoidea) in the infraorder Haplorrhini. Analysis of SINE insertions, a type of...
- Ross, C.F.; Kay, R.F. (2004). "Chapter 1: Evolving Perspectives on Anthropoidea". Anthropoid Origins: New Visions. pp. 3–41. Kirk, C.E.; Kay, R.F. (2004)...
- grouped under English biologist St. George Jackson Mivart's suborder Anthropoidea (=Simiiformes). According to Flower, the suborder Lemuroidea contained...
- Primates into two evolutionary grades, Prosimii ("lower primates") and Anthropoidea ("higher primates") is sometimes used, but has been shown through morphological...
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