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Physiology/Morphology References

Barnhart, D D; Gengozian, N. Actively induced thrombocytopenia in the marmoset: a possible autoimmune model. Clin. Exp. Immunol.; l975; 2l: 493-500.

Barnhart, D D; Gengozian, N. An evaluation of the mixed lymphocyte culture reaction in marmosets. Transplantation; l975; 20: l07-ll5.

Bush, M; Custer, R S; Whitla, J C; Smith, E E. Hematologic values of captive golden lion tamarin, Leontopithecus rosalia, variation with sex, age and health status. Lab Animal Science; l982; 32: 294-297.

Buss, D H. Composition of milk from a golden lion marmoset. Lab. Primate News; l975; l4: l7-l8.

Coimbra-Filho, A F; Maia, A D. The process of molting of the fur in L. rosalia rosalia, Callitrichidae, Primates. Rev. Brasil. Biol.; l979; 39: 83-93.

Coimbra-Filho, A F; Pissinatti, A; Ruco, N D C. Morpho physiology of the cecum and its correlation with the odontologic type in Callithricidae Platyrrhini, Primates. Rev. Bras. Biol.; l980; 40: 177-186.

DuBrul, E L. The skull of the lion marmoset, Leontideus rosalia , Linnaeus. Am. J. Phys. Antropol.; l965; 23: 26l-276.

Ford, S M. Callitrichids as phyletic dwarfs, and the place of the Callitrichidae in the platyrrhini. Primates; l980; 2l: 3l-43.

Pissinatti, A.; da Silva, E. C., Jr.; Coimbra-Filho, A. F.; Bertolazzo, W.; da Cruz, J. B. Sexual dimorphism of the pelvis in Leontopithecus (Lesson, 1840). Folia Primatologica; 1992; 58: 204-209.

Thompson, S.D.; Power,M.L.; Rutledge,C.E.; Kleiman, D.G. Energy metabolism and thermoregulation in the golden lion tamarin (Leontopithecus rosalia). Folia Primatologica; 1994; 63: 131-143.

Thompson, S D; Power, M L; Kalkstein, T. Thermoregulation, activity, and energy requirements of golden lion tamarins: do big monkeys use more energy? AAZPA Annual Proceedings; 1989; 1989: 526-533.