The science of order primates

 

Introduction 

Primates are considered an order of mammals, which includes many species of animals, including humans, based on large brains and full visual ability with color vision and capable of every angle of motion for the arms and legs.  Primates live in societies where they serve as the social interaction they need with each other.  Except for humans and baboons, most primates choose trees, where they also find food and good places to protect themselves from threats and prey. Climbing is genetically characteristic of its primates, preferring to stay here for the rest of their lives.  Humans, on the other hand, prefer terrestrial living because humans do not have climbing adaptations, some are adapted based on practice and learning.  Primates walk using both hind and front limbs, except humans capable of walking on both feet.  When primates using both hind and fore limbs to walk are considered knuckle walking whereas humans using two legs is called bioadealism. 

 

Classification

The order primates is divided into two suborders Strepsirhini and Haplorhini, where lemurs, torises, lorises included in Strepsirrhini.  Haplorhini is divided into two subgroups platyrrhines and catarrhines, where platyrrhines include New World monkeys, but catarrhinis include humans, apes, Old World monkeys, baboons, geladas, mandrises, and mangabes.  Cattarahines are also divided into two groups a hominadae that includes humans, orgatuns, chimpanzees, gorillas and bonabos.  Hominidae are one of the most intelligent group that is capable of thinking, reacting as an emotion and behaving as a social interaction.

 

Anatomy and physiology

Primates have well developed brains and are covered with cranium, features typical for primates, the cranium serves as a protection for the soft part inside the brain that includes all parts of the brain described by neurology  Huh.

 

  Intrinsic main character similar to that of mammals characterized by well-developed digestive system with fourth chambered heart, metabephric kidney and large and small intestine, gall bladder, pancreas, they help digest macromolecules into chyme colloidal material.

Primates have flexible eyes that are able to see everywhere while also being able to sense color vision.

 

Hybrid and clones of primates

We knew to do plant hybridization but now we are discussing animal hybrid, it is also possible with the practice of humerus biotechnologist.  Part of the interbreeding biotechnology has also been observed in the two genera Geleda and Himalayan Balloon.  American scientists have discovered unique macaque clones and two clones named Chena, Jong Zong and Hua Hua made possible by the DNA exchange method.

 

Interaction between human and other primates

All primates are the same so it is useful in the medical department to complete essential organs, for successful humerus scientists are researching primates organs to see how they can be matched to human organs.

 Primates interact with farmers for a protection, they are able to signal danger in time so farmers depend on primates to protect the oat animals and many growing species in their area.  It is capable of quickly attacking unknown things it has never seen yet, its wondering if primates are more evolved than they are in monkeys generally.  After many African farmers and India's oldest city Varanasi use this method we will also be used by American and Australian farmers where monkeys get food from farmers and monkeys provide protection.

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