Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE)

The Anthropogeny Publications Exchange (APE) is a resource for anthropogeny-related publications informing on human evolution, origins, and uniqueness. It also serves as a reference repository for the Matrix of Comparative Anthropogeny (MOCA). The number of possible additions to APE are limitless, however we have chosen to focus on those with a maximum relevance to anthropogeny using the following criteria:

  • Relevance for understanding the evolutionary origins of the human species
  • Research that informs on the origins of uniquely human features
  • Comparative studies of other species relevant to understanding human uniqueness
  • Broad interest and appeal to CARTA members
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Almost Human: A Journey into the World of Baboons S. Strum 0 Home Base 1987 2016-07-18
Long-term patterns of sleeping site use in wild saddleback (Saguinus fuscicollis) and mustached tamarins (S. mystax): effects of foraging, thermoregulation, predation, and resource defense constraints. A. Smith et al. 0 Home Base 2007 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2744352 Meat Eating, Hominid Sociality, and Home Bases Revisited L. Rose et al. 0 Home Base 1996 2016-07-18
Sleeping sites, sleeping places, and presleep behavior of gibbons (Hylobates lar). U. Reichard 0 Home Base 1998 2016-07-18
On the theory of central place foraging G. Orion et al. 0 Home Base 1979 2016-07-18
Central Place Provisioning: The Hadza as an example F. Marlowe 0 Home Base 2006 2016-07-18
The origin of man. C. Lovejoy 0 Home Base, Pair-bonding , Paternal Care 1981 2016-07-18
In Quest of the Sacred Baboon H. Kummer 0 Home Base 1995 2016-07-18
The food-sharing behavior of protohuman hominids. G. Isaac 0 Home Base 1978 2016-07-18
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00378668 Multiple central place foraging by spider monkeys: travel consequences of using many sleeping sites C. Chapman et al. 0 Home Base 1989 2016-07-18
A critical evaluation of the influence of predators on primates: effects on group travel S. Boinski et al. 0 Home Base 2000 2016-07-18
Behavioral Ecology and the Archaeological Consequences of Central Place Foraging among the Meriam D. Bird 0 Home Base 2008 2016-07-18
HLA-DRB1* allele-associated genetic susceptibility and protection against multiple sclerosis in Brazilian patients. D. Kaimen-Maciel et al. 0 HLA-DRB1*11 (major histocompatibility complex, class II, DR beta 1 allele 11 ) 2009 2016-07-18
Human leukocyte antigen type and progression from onset of symptoms to development of asthma. M. Martyn et al. 0 HLA-DRB1*11 (major histocompatibility complex, class II, DR beta 1 allele 11 ) 2010 2016-07-18
Association of HLA DRB1 alleles with juvenile idiopathic arthritis in Mexicans. B. Silva-Ramirez et al. 0 HLA-DRB1*11 (major histocompatibility complex, class II, DR beta 1 allele 11 ) 2010 2016-07-18
Protective effect of HLA-DRB1 11 and predisposition of HLA-C 04 in the development of severe liver damage in Brazilian patients with chronic hepatitis C virus infection. A. Marangon et al. 0 HLA-DRB1*11 (major histocompatibility complex, class II, DR beta 1 allele 11 ) 2012 2016-07-18
Full-length sequence analysis of the HLA-DRB1 locus suggests a recent origin of alleles. J. von Salomé et al. 0 HLA-DRB1 family, HLA-DRB1*11 (major histocompatibility complex, class II, DR beta 1 allele 11 ) 2007 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4535837 Estimating the Complexity of Animal Behaviour: How Mountain Gorillas Eat Thistles R. Byrne et al. 0 Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 2001 2016-07-18
Ritual, mantras & the origin of language F. Staal 0 Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 1984 2016-07-18
The Bengalese finch: a window on the behavioral neurobiology of birdsong syntax. K. Okanoya 0 Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 2004 2016-07-18
Acoustical and Syntactical Comparisons Between Songs of the White-Backed Munia (Lonchura Striata) and Its Domesticated Strain, the Bengalese Finch (Lonchura Striata Var. Domestica) E. Honda et al. 0 Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 1999 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4534358 Syntactic Structures in the Vocalizations of Wedge-Capped Capuchin Monkeys, Cebus olivaceus J. Robinson 0 Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 1984 2016-07-18
The evolution of African great ape subtelomeric heterochromatin and the fusion of human chromosome 2. M. Ventura et al. 0 Heterochromatin Content 2012 2016-07-18
Comparative mapping of human alphoid sequences in great apes using fluorescence in situ hybridization. N. Archidiacono et al. 0 Heterochromatin Content 1995 2016-07-18
Molecular structure and evolution of an alpha satellite/non-alpha satellite junction at 16p11. J. Horvath et al. 0 Heterochromatin Content 2000 2016-07-18
Pitch (F0) and formant profiles of human vowels and vowel-like baboon grunts: the role of vocalizer body size and voice-acoustic allometry. D. Rendall et al. 0 Hearing Sensitivity 2005 2016-07-18
Primate auditory diversity and its influence on hearing performance. M. Coleman et al. 0 Hearing Sensitivity 2004 2016-07-18
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2461564 The Role of Body Size, Phylogeny, and Ambient Noise in the Evolution of Bird Song M. Ryan et al. 0 Hearing Sensitivity 1985 2016-07-18
Primates of Western Uganda N. Newton-Fisher et al. 0 Healing the Sick 2006 2016-07-18
Evolution of Sickness and Healing H. Fabrega 0 Healing the Sick 1997 2016-07-18
An RNA gene expressed during cortical development evolved rapidly in humans. K. Pollard et al. 0 HAR1 (human accelerated region 1), Human Accelerated Regions (HARs) and Changes in Conserved Sequences 2006 2016-07-18
Distinctive structures between chimpanzee and human in a brain noncoding RNA. A. Beniaminov et al. 0 HAR1 (human accelerated region 1) 2008 2016-07-18
Human accelerated region 1 noncoding RNA is repressed by REST in Huntington's disease. R. Johnson et al. 0 HAR1 (human accelerated region 1) 2010 2016-07-18
Isolation and characterisation of GTF2IRD2, a novel fusion gene and member of the TFII-I family of transcription factors, deleted in Williams-Beuren syndrome. H. Tipney et al. 0 GTF2IRD2 (GTF2I repeat domain containing 2) 2004 2016-07-18
TFII-I gene family during tooth development: candidate genes for tooth anomalies in Williams syndrome. A. Ohazama et al. 0 GTF2IRD2 (GTF2I repeat domain containing 2) 2007 2016-07-18
Transcription of eukaryotic protein-coding genes. T. Lee et al. 0 GTF2H2 (General transcription factor IIH, polypeptide 2, 44kDa) 2000 2016-07-18
Teeth S. Hillson 0 Growth of Enamel and Dentine 2005 2016-07-15
Genetic variation in N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor subunit NR3A but not NR3B influences susceptibility to Alzheimer's disease. H. Liu et al. 0 GRIN3A (Glutamate receptor, ionotropic, N-methyl-D-aspartate 3A) 2009 2016-07-15
The identification and functional implications of human-specific "fixed" amino acid substitutions in the glutamate receptor family. H. Goto et al. 0 GRIN3A (Glutamate receptor, ionotropic, N-methyl-D-aspartate 3A), GRIN3B (Glutamate receptor, ionotropic, N-methyl-D-aspartate 3B) 2009 2016-07-15
Molecular structure and function of the glycine receptor chloride channel. J. Lynch 0 GLRA4 (Glycine receptor, alpha 4) 2004 2016-07-15
Novel expression of a functional glycine receptor chloride channel that attenuates contraction in airway smooth muscle. P. Yim et al. 0 GLRA4 (Glycine receptor, alpha 4) 2011 2016-07-15
Kula; the Circulating Exchange of Valuables in the Archipelagoes of Eastern New Guinea M. Malinowski 0 Gift Giving 1920 2016-07-15
The Gift: The form and reason for exchange in archaic societies M. Mauss 0 Gift Giving 1990 2016-07-15
Hand and Mind D. McNeill 0 Gesture 1992 2016-07-15
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC419985/ Human-Specific Duplication and Mosaic Transcripts: The Recent Paralogous Structure of Chromosome 22 J. Bailey et al. 0 Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats 2002 2016-07-15
Identification of large-scale human-specific copy number differences by inter-species array comparative genomic hybridization. V. Goidts et al. 0 Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats 2006 2016-07-15
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ng.2007.9 Ancestral reconstruction of segmental duplications reveals punctuated cores of human genome evolution Z. Jiang et al. 0 Genomic Segmental Duplications/Low Copy Repeats 2007 2016-07-15
Analysis of primate genomic variation reveals a repeat-driven expansion of the human genome. G. Liu et al. 0 Genomic Insertions and Deletions (Indels) 2003 2016-07-15
Human-specific insertions and deletions inferred from mammalian genome sequences. F. Chen et al. 0 Genomic Insertions and Deletions (Indels) 2007 2016-07-15
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nrg2193 Gene conversion: mechanisms, evolution and human disease J. Chen et al. 0 Gene Conversion 2007 2016-07-15
Chromosomal evolution of the PKD1 gene family in primates. S. Kirsch et al. 0 Gene Conversion 2008 2016-07-15
Gadd45b knockout mice exhibit selective deficits in hippocampus-dependent long-term memory. P. Leach et al. 0 GADD45G (Growth arrest and DNA-damage-inducible protein 45 gamma) 2012 2016-07-15
Distinct but redundant expression of the Frizzled Wnt receptor genes at signaling centers of the developing mouse brain. T. Fischer et al. 0 FZD8 (frizzled 8) 2007 2016-07-15
The follicle-stimulating hormone receptor: biochemistry, molecular biology, physiology, and pathophysiology. M. Simoni et al. 0 FSHR (Follicle-stimulating hormone receptor) 1997 2016-07-15
An evolutionary genomic approach to identify genes involved in human birth timing. J. Plunkett et al. 0 FSHR (Follicle-stimulating hormone receptor) 2011 2016-07-15
The frontal lobe of primates; cytoarchitectural studies. G. VON BONIN 0 Frontal Lobe Size 1948 2016-07-15
Inhibitory interneurons of the human prefrontal cortex display conserved evolution of the phenotype and related genes. C. Sherwood et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2010 2016-07-15
Spatial organization of neurons in the frontal pole sets humans apart from great apes. K. Semendeferi et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2011 2016-07-15
The evolution of the frontal lobes: a volumetric analysis based on three-dimensional reconstructions of magnetic resonance scans of human and ape brains. K. Semendeferi et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 1997 2016-07-15
The brain and its main anatomical subdivisions in living hominoids using magnetic resonance imaging. K. Semendeferi et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2000 2016-07-15
Broca's area homologue in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): probabilistic mapping, asymmetry, and comparison to humans. N. Schenker et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2010 2016-07-15
Differences in cortical serotonergic innervation among humans, chimpanzees, and macaque monkeys: a comparative study. M. Raghanti et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2008 2016-07-15
Bigger is better: primate brain size in relationship to cognition. K. Gibson et al. 0 Frontal Lobe Size 2001 2016-07-15
Broadmann's Localisation in the Cerebral Cortex K. Brodmann 0 Frontal Lobe Size 1909 2016-07-15
Insensitivity to future consequences following damage to human prefrontal cortex. A. Bechara et al. 0 Frontal cortex Area 10 cytoarchitecture 1994 2016-07-15
http://www.pnas.org/content/107/Supplement_2/9007.abstract Adaptive specializations, social exchange, and the evolution of human intelligence L. Cosmides et al. 0 Frontal cortex Area 10 cytoarchitecture 2010 2016-07-15
Human frontal lobes are not relatively large. R. Barton et al. 0 Frontal cortex Area 10 cytoarchitecture 2013 2016-07-15
PDZ-domain-directed basolateral targeting of the peripheral membrane protein FRMPD2 in epithelial cells. N. Stenzel et al. 0 FRMPD2 (FERM and PDZ domain containing 2) 2009 2016-07-15
A humanized version of Foxp2 affects cortico-basal ganglia circuits in mice. W. Enard et al. 0 FOXP2 (forkhead box P2) 2009 2016-07-15
The derived FOXP2 variant of modern humans was shared with Neandertals. J. Krause et al. 0 FOXP2 (forkhead box P2) 2007 2016-07-15
Accelerated protein evolution and origins of human-specific features: Foxp2 as an example. J. Zhang et al. 0 FOXP2 (forkhead box P2) 2002 2016-07-15
Brief communication: foramen magnum-carotid foramina relationship: is it useful for species designation? M. Schaefer 0 Foramen Magnum Placement 1999 2016-07-15
https://elifesciences.org/content/5/e12469 Viruses are a dominant driver of protein adaptation in mammals D. Enard et al. 0 2016 2016-07-15
Position and orientation of the foramen magnum in higher primates. S. Luboga et al. 0 Foramen Magnum Placement 1990 2016-07-15
The primate cranial base: ontogeny, function, and integration. D. Lieberman et al. 0 Foramen Magnum Placement 2000 2016-07-15
Foramen magnum position variation in Pan troglodytes, Plio-Pleistocene hominids, and recent Homo sapiens: implications for recognizing the earliest hominids. J. Ahern 0 Foramen Magnum Placement 2005 2016-07-15
Why do chimpanzees hunt and share meat? J. Mitani et al. 0 Food Sharing 2001 2016-07-15
Hadza meat sharing. K. Hawkes et al. 0 Food Sharing 2001 2016-07-15
To give or not to give: The behavioral ecology of human food transfers M. Gurven 0 Food Sharing 2004 2016-07-15
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2663035/ Wild Chimpanzees Exchange Meat for Sex on a Long-Term Basis C. Gomes et al. 0 Food Sharing 2009 2016-07-15
No evidence of short-term exchange of meat for sex among chimpanzees. I. Gilby et al. 0 Food Sharing 2010 2016-07-15
Tolerated Theft: Suggestions about the ecology and evolution of food sharing, hoarding, and scrounging. N. Blurton-Jones 0 Food Sharing 1987 2016-07-15
Geographic variation in tool use on Neesia fruits in orangutans. C. van Schaik et al. 0 Food Preparation 2001 2016-07-14
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01143062 Manufacture and use of tools in wild Sumatran orangutans C. van Schaik et al. 0 Food Preparation 1996 2016-07-14
The Oldowan: The tool making of early hominins and chimpanzees compared N. Toth et al. 0 Food Preparation 2009 2016-07-14
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/1520-6505%282000%299%3A4%3C153%3A%3AAID-EVAN4%3E3.0.CO%3B2-D Diet and food preparation: Rethinking early hominid behavior S. Ragir 0 Food Preparation 2000 2016-07-14
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9699-0_1 The Diets of Non-human Primates: Frugivory, Food Processing, and Food Sharing G. Hohmann et al. 0 Food Preparation 2009 2016-07-14
Clever Hands: The food processing skills of mountain gorillas R. Byrne et al. 0 Food Preparation 2001 2016-07-14
http://www.jstor.org/stable/4534230 Optimisation of Nut-Cracking with Natural Hammers by Wild Chimpanzees C. Boesch et al. 0 Food Preparation 1982 2016-07-14
Aspects of transmission of tool-use in wild chimpanzees C. Boesch et al. 0 Food Preparation 1993 2016-07-14
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2560319 Seed Dispersal by Forest Chimpanzees in Uganda R. Wrangham et al. 0 Food Handling 1994 2016-07-14
Composition of variability in mountain gorilla diets in the ventral Virungas D. Watts 0 Food Handling 1983 2016-07-14
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-5244-1_8 Food Acquisition and Processing as a Function of Plant Chemistry P. Waterman et al. 0 Food Handling 1984 2016-07-14
http://www.jstor.org/stable/2559566 A Case Study of a Plant-Animal Relationship: Cola lizae and Lowland Gorillas in the Lope Reserve, Gabon C. Tutin et al. 0 Food Handling 1991 2016-07-14
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0041008X76900028 Teratological and toxicological studies of alkaloidal and phenolic compounds from Solanum Tuberosum S. Chaube et al. 0 Food Handling 1976 2016-07-14
The naturally occurring cyanogenic glycosides D. Seigler 0 Food Handling 1977 2016-07-14
The Mountain Gorilla: Ecology and Behavior G. Schaller 0 Food Handling 1963 2016-07-14
Herbivores, their interaction with secondary plant metabolites G. Rosenthal et al. 0 Food Handling 1979 2016-07-14
Initial studies on the contributions of body size and gastrointestinal passage rates to dietary flexibility among gorillas. M. Remis 0 Food Handling 2000 2016-07-14
Gorillas as seasonal frugivores: Use of resources that vary. M. Remis 0 Food Handling 1997 2016-07-14

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