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Presentation Award at PSJ34

Four graduate students/researcher of PRI were awarded
 at the 34th Annual Congress of Primate Society of Japan on 14th July 2018.

 

Presentation Award at PSJ34
Four graduate students/researcher of PRI were awarded at the 34th Annual Congress of Primate Society of Japan on 14th July 2018.


(Awardee, from left to right: Akihiro ITOIGAWA, Mao ASAMI, Aru TOYODA, Hikaru WAKAMORI, photo by Dr, Maruhashi.)

 

The Excellent Award of Oral Presentation
  Akihiro ITOIGAWA et al. (Molecular Biology Section)
  A strepsirrhine-specific mutation causes functional conversion in bitter taste receptor TAS2R16 in lemurs

The Excellent Award of Poster Presentation
  Hikaru WAKAMORI et al. (Evolutionary Morphology Section)
  Is your TAIL in shape as a balancer? -Tail function in macaques from comparison of caudal vertebral morphology -

The Great Award of Oral Presentation
  Aru TOYODA et al. (Social Systems Evolution Section)
  Mating strategy and reproductive success of male Stump-tailed macaques in Khao Krapuk Khao Taomor Non-Hunting Area, Thailand.

The Great Award of Poster Presentation
  Mao ASAMI et al. (Systematics and Phylogeny Section)
  3D shape analysis of lower third molars of extant macaques and species identification of fossil isolated teeth.