African Great Apes - Evolution, Diversity, and Conservation -

Program of International Symposium for the 21st Century COE
A14, Kyoto University
Formation of a Strategic Base for the Multidisciplinary Strategy of Biodiversity

African Great Apes

Evolution, Diversity, and Conservation

March 3, 2004 at Kyoto Garden Palace March 4-5, 2004 at Kyodai-Kaikan

Poster Session

March 3, 2004 at Kyoto Garden Palace

  1. Kaoru Adachi (Kyoto University, Japan)
    The dynamics of species composition in polyspecific association of C. diana and other Cercopithecus monkeys in the Tai National Park, Ivory Coast
  2. Juliane Brauer (Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany)
    Chimpanzees and domestic dogs can take the visual perspective of others
  3. Sarah Dunphy-Lelii (University of Michigan)
    Theory of Mind in Chimpanzees: Insights from Comparative Research
  4. Shiho Fujita (Gifu University) and Keiko Shimizu (PRI, Kyoto University)
    Activity, Diet, Fecal Steroids and Reproductive Parameters in Female Chimpanzees: Comparisons between Mahale (Tanzania) and Bossou (Guinea)
  5. Shuhei Hayaishi and Yoshi Kawamoto (Kyoto University)
    Low genetic variation and biased distribution of mtDNA haplotypes of Japanese Macaque (Macaca fuscata) on Yakushima Island
  6. Shiro Horiuchi (Kyoto University)
    A Competition Model within and across groups explaining the contrast between the societies of chimpanzees and bonobos
  7. Kazuhiko Hosaka (Kamakura Women°«s University)
    What can we learn from group hunting behavior of chimpanzees?
  8. Hiroshi Ihobe (Sugiyama Jogakuen University) Gen'ichi Idani (Great Ape Research Institute, Hayashibara,)
    Relationships among the proportion of fruits consumed, daily travel distances and party sizes of Pan paniscus
  9. Eiji Inoue (Kyoto University)
    Which Males Sire Many Infants in a Provisioned Group of Japanese Macaques?
  10. Noriko Itoh (Kyoto University)
    Plant Phenology and Foraging Behavior of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania
  11. Shumpei Kitamura (Center for Ecological Research, Kyoto University), et al.
    Dispersal of Aglaia spectabilis, a Large-seeded Tree Species in a Moist Evergreen Forest in Thailand
  12. Mieko Kiyono (Kyoto University) and Seiki Yamane (Kagoshima University)
    A Preliminary Research on Ant Fauna in a Habitat of Chimpanzees, Kalinzu Forest, Uganda
  13. Nobuyuki Kutsukake (Tokyo University)
    Social Correlates of Posture in Wild Chimpanzees
  14. Akiko Matsumoto-Oda (Okinawa University) and Eiichi Kasuya (Kyusyu University)
    Proximity and Estrous Synchrony in Mahale Chimpanzees
  15. Takahisa Matsusaka (Kyoto University) and Kabumbe A. Katumba (Mahale Mountains Chimpanzee Research Project)
    A Preliminary Report on the "Lost Child" and the Isolation Calls in Wild Chimpanzees at Mahale
  16. Naoki Matsuura (Kyoto University)
    Residential group of Babongo Pygmies in southern Gabon
  17. Nick Mulcahy and Josep Call (Max-Planck Insitute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
    The Trap-Tube Problem : An Alternative Approach
  18. Gaku Ohashi (PRI, Kyoto University)
    Consortship in Chimpanzees at Bossou
  19. Tetsuya Sakamaki (Kyoto University)
    How Do Female Chimpanzees See the Dominance Relationship among Males? : Measured by Pant-Grunt Vocalizations
  20. Masaki Shimada (Kyoto University)
    On the Pant-hoot Chorusing Behavior of Male and Female Chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania
  21. Yukiko Shimooka (PRI, Kyoto University)
    Long call and its effect on grouping patterns in wild spider monkeys
  22. Shigeru Suzuki and Ichiro Tayasu (Kyoto University)
    Preliminary results on the dietary differences between two sympatric populations of gorillas and chimpanzees using stable isotope ratio analysis
  23. Hiroyuki Takemoto (PRI, Kyoto University)
    Feeding Responses to Seasonal Changes in Food Supply in the Forest Analyzed by Fecal Samples in Bossou, Guinea
  24. Yuji Takenosita, Yasuko Tashiro and Juichi Yamagiwa (Kyoto University)
    Density estimate of Western gorillas by a new census method in the Moukalaba-Doudou National Park, Gabon
  25. Nathan D. Wolfe (Johns Hopkins Univesity), et al.
    Naturally Acquired Retrovirus Infections from Gorilla (Gorilla Gorilla), Mandrill (Mandrillus Sphinx), and De Brazza°«s Guenon (Cercopithecus Neglectus) among Central African Hunters
  26. Gen Yamakoshi (Kyoto University)
    Ant-dipping Behavior for Carpenter Ants (Camponotus Brutus) by Bossou Chimpanzees
  27. Koichiro Zamma (PRI, Kyoto University)
    Reciprocity of object removing movements in grooming among chimpanzees at Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania
  28. Shunkichi Hanamura (Kyoto University)
    Do Japanese Men Have an Innate Preference for Women of the Lower °»Waist-to-Hip Ratio°…?