Top 10 similar words or synonyms for pongo_pygmaeus

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for pongo_pygmaeus

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Cognitive genomics Orangutans ("Pongo pygmaeus") and gorillas ("Gorilla gorilla") have been used in genomics testing but are not common subjects due to cost.
Theory of mind in animals Many ToM studies have used nonhuman primates (NHPs). One study that examined the understanding of intention in orangutans ("Pongo pygmaeus"), chimpanzees ("Pan troglodytes") and children showed that all three species understood the difference between accidental and intentional acts.
Duffy antigen system A comparative study of this gene in seven mammalian species revealed significant differences between species. The species examined included "Pan troglodytes" (chimpanzee), "Macaca mulatta" (rhesus monkey), "Pongo pygmaeus" (orangutan), "Rattus norvegicus" (brown rat), "Mus musculus" (mouse), "Monodelphis domestica" (opossum), "Bos taurus" (cow) and "Canis familiaris" (dog).
Pawan River The Bornean orangutan, also found in the forest along the Pawan river in West Kalimantan, are facing severe habitat loss due to logging and clearing land for palm oil and related agriculture activities. Consequently, their population is declining. The orangutans in this region are from the sub-species "Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii." They are different from the species found in Sumatra.
Bornean orangutan The Bornean orangutan ("Pongo pygmaeus") is a species of orangutan native to the island of Borneo. Together with the Sumatran orangutan, it belongs to the only genus of great apes native to Asia. Like the other great apes, orangutans are highly intelligent, displaying advanced tool use and distinct cultural patterns in the wild. Orangutans share approximately 97% of their DNA with humans.
List of Plasmodium species A new species - yet to be formally described - has been reported from orangutans ("Pongo pygmaeus") in Indonesia. This species was identified from mitochondrial DNA in the blood of the hosts. It appears to be related to the other members of the Asian clade.
Zhiren Cave Some of the large mammal remains discovered at Zhiren Cave include those from "Pongo pygmaeus", "Elephas kiangnanensis", "Elephas maximus", "Megatapirus augustus", "Rhinoceros sinensis", "Megalovis guangxiensis", Cervus unicolor, "Ursus thibetanus", "Arctonyx collaris" and "Panthera pardus". Around 25% of the large mammal species discovered at the site are now currently extinct.
Lar gibbon The lar gibbon can be found living in sympatry with several other primates and apes, including orangutans ("Pongo pygmaeus"), siamangs ("S. syndactylus"), pileated gibbons ("Hylobates pileatus"), purple-faced langurs ("Trachypithecus" spp.), Thomas's langur ("Presbytis thomasi"), slow loris ("Nycticebus coucang"), and several macaques ("Macaca" spp.)
MiR-138 It is also predicted computationally that the miR-138 gene exists in the genome of other animals including horse ("Equus caballus"), rhesus macaque ("Macaca mulatta"), takifugu rubripes ("Fugu rubripes"), Bornean orangutan ("Pongo pygmaeus"), common chimpanzee ("Pan troglodytes"), "Tetraodon nigroviridis" and western clawed frog ("Xenopus tropicalis").
Ponginae Ponginae is a subfamily in the family Hominidae. Once a diverse lineage of Eurasian apes, it is now represented by two species of orangutans, the Sumatran orangutan ("Pongo abelii"), and the Bornean orangutan ("Pongo pygmaeus"). The Sumatran orangutan is now listed as critically endangered by the IUCN and the Bornean orangutan is listed as endangered.