Scientific Publications

 

a.  PAPERS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

Martin,R.D. (1966) Treeshrews: Unique reproductive mechanism of systematic importance. Science 152:1402-1404.

Martin,R.D. (1968) Reproduction and ontogeny in tree-shrews (Tupaia belangeri) with reference to their general behaviour and

   taxonomic relationships. Z. Tierpsychol. 25:409-532.

Martin,R.D. (1968) Towards a new definition of primates. Man 3:377-401.

Charles-Dominique,P. & Martin,R.D. (1970) Evolution of lorises and lemurs. Nature 227:257-260. [reprinted 1998 in: pp. 69-71 in:

   Primate Evolution and Human Origins. (eds. Ciochon,R.L. & Fleagle,J.G.). Benjamin/Cummings Pub.Co.: Menlo Park, California.]

Martin,R.D. (1972) Adaptive radiation and behaviour of the Malagasy lemurs. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond. B 264:295-352.

D'Souza,F. & Martin,R.D. (1974) Maternal behaviour and the effects of stress in tree shrews. Nature 251:309-311.

Hunter,J., Martin,R.D., Dixson,A.F. & Rudder,B.C.C. (1979) Gestation and inter-birth intervals in the owl monkey (Aotus trivirgatus

   griseimembra). Folia Primatol. 31:165-175.

Bearder,S.K. & Martin,R.D. (1980) Acacia gum and its use by bushbabies, Galago senegalensis (Primates: Lorisidae). Int. J. Primatol.

   1:103-128.

Martin,R.D. (1981) Relative brain size and metabolic rate in terrestrial vertebrates. Nature 293:57-60.

Gingerich,P.D. & Martin,R.D. (1981) Cranial morphology and adaptations in Eocene Adapidae. II: The Cambridge skull of Adapis

   parisiensis.  Am. J. phys. Anthropol. 56:235-257.

McNeilly,A.S., Hodges,J.K., Smuts,G.S. & Martin,R.D. (1983) Blood concentrations of gonadotrophins, prolactin and gonadal steroids in

   male and in non-pregnant female African elephants (Loxodonta africana). J. Reprod. Fertil. 67:113-120.

Brand,H.M. & Martin,R.D. (1983) The relationship between female urinary oestrogen excretion and mating behaviour in cotton-topped

   tamarins, Saguinus oedipus oedipus. Int. J. Primatol. 4:275-290.

Martin,R.D. & MacLarnon,A.M. (1985) Gestation period, neonatal size and maternal investment in placental mammals. Nature

   313:220-223.

Martin,R.D. & MacLarnon,A.M. (1986) Maternal investment in  mammals: Reply to Zeveloff and Boyce. Nature 321:538.

Pryce,C.R., Abbott,D.H., Hodges,J.K. & Martin,R.D. (1988) Maternal behaviour is related to prepartum urinary oestradiol levels in

   red-bellied tamarin monkeys. Physiol. Behav. 44:717-726.

Dutrillaux,B., Lombard,M., Carroll,J.B. & Martin,R.D. (1988) Chromosomal affinities of Callimico goeldii (Platyrrhini) and

   characterization of a Y-autosome translocation in the male. Folia Primatol. 50:230-236.

Carroll,J.B., Abbott,D.H., George,L.M. & Martin,R.D. (1989) Aspects of urinary oestrogen excretion during the ovarian cycle and pregnancy

   in Goeldi's monkey, Callimico goeldii. Folia Primatol. 52:201-205.

Christen,A., Döbeli,M., Kempken,B., Zachmann,M. & Martin,R.D. (1989) Urinary excretion of oestradiol-17ß in the female cycle of Goeldi's

   monkeys (Callimico goeldii). Folia Primatol. 52:191-200.

Martin,R.D. & Barbour,A.D. (1989) Aspects of line-fitting in bivariate allometric analyses. Folia Primatol. 53:65-81.

Thalmann,U., Haubold,H. & Martin,R.D. (1989) Pronycticebus neglectus  —  An almost complete adapid primate specimen from the

   Geiseltal (GDR). Palaeovertebrata 19:115-130.

Carroll,J.B., Abbott,D.H., George,L.M., Hindle,J,E. & Martin,R.D. (1990) Urinary endocrine monitoring  of the ovarian cycle and pregnancy

   in Goeldi's monkey. J. Reprod. Fertil. 89:149-161.

Hartwig-Scherer,S. & Martin,R.D. (1991) Was 'Lucy' more human then her 'child'? Observations on early hominid postcranial skeletons.

   J. hum. Evol. 21:439-449.

Hartwig-Scherer,S. & Martin,R.D. (1992): Allometry and prediction in hominoids: A solution to the problem of intervening variables.

   Am. J. phys. Anthropol. 88:37-57.

Martin,R.D. (1992) Goeldi and the dwarfs: the evolutionary biology of the small New World monkeys. J. hum. Evol. 22:367-393.

Pryce,C.R., Döbeli,M. & Martin,R.D. (1993) Effects of sex steroids on maternal motivation in the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus):

   Development and application of an operant system with maternal reinforcement. J. comp. Psychol. 107:99-115.

Martin,R.D. (1993) Primate origins: plugging the gaps. Nature 363:223-234.

Jurke,M.H., Pryce,C.R., Döbeli,M. & Martin,R.D. (1994) Non-invasive detection and monitoring of pregnancy and the postpartum period

   in Goeldi's monkey (Callimico goeldii) using urinary pregnanediol-3a-glucuronide. Am. J. Primatol. 34:319-331.

von Segesser,F., Scheffrahn,W. & Martin,R.D. (1995) Parentage analysis within a semi-free-ranging group of Barbary macaques Macaca

   sylvanus. Mol. Ecol. 4:115-120.

Zollikofer,C.P.E., Ponce de León,M.S., Martin,R.D. & Stucki,P. (1995) Neanderthal computer skulls. Nature 375:283-285.

Martin,R.D. (1996) Scaling of the mammalian brain: the maternal energy hypothesis. News Physiol. Sci. 11:149-156.

Genoud,M, Martin,R.D. & Glaser,D. (1997) Rate of metabolism in the smallest simian primate, the pygmy marmoset (Cebuella pygmaea).

   Am. J. Primatol. 41:229-245.

Zollikofer,C.P.E., Ponce de León,M.S. & Martin,R.D. (1998) Computer-assisted paleoanthropology. Evol. Anthropol. 6:41-54.

Pastorini,J., Forstner,M.R.J., Martin,R.D. & Melnick,D.J. (1998) A re-examination of the phylogenetic position of Callimico (Primates)

   incorporating new mitochondrial DNA sequence data. J. mol. Evol. 47:32-41.

Dettling,A., Pryce,C.R., Martin,R.D. & Döbeli,M. (1998) Physiological responses to parental separation and a strange situation are related

   to parental care received in juvenile Goeldi's monkeys (Callimico goeldii). Dev. Psychobiol. 33:21-31.

Grob,B., Knapp,L.A., Martin,R.D. & Anzenberger,G. (1998) The major histocompatibility complex and mate choice: Inbreeding avoidance

   and selection of good genes. Exp. Clin. Immunogenet. 15:119-129.

Bahr,N.I., Pryce,C.R., Döbeli,M. & Martin,R.D. (1998) Evidence from urinary cortisol that maternal behavior is related to stress in gorillas.

   Physiol. Behav. 64:429-437.

Curtis,D.J., Zaramody,A. & Martin,R.D. (1999) Cathemerality in the monogoose lemur, Eulemur mongoz. Am. J. Primatol. 47:279-298.

Nievergelt,C. & Martin,R.D. (1999) Energy intake during reproduction in captive common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Physiol. Behav.

   65:849-854.

von Segesser,F., Ménard,N., Gaci,B. & Martin,R.D. (1999) Genetic differentiation within and between isolated Algerian subpopulations of

   Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus): evidence from microsatellites. Mol. Ecol. 8:433-442.

Windle,C., Baker,H.F., Ridley,R.M., Oerke,A.-K. & Martin,R.D. (1999) Unrearable litters and prenatal reduction of litter size in the common

   marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). J. med. Primatol. 28:73-83.

Hemelrijk,C.K., Meier,C. & Martin,R.D. (1999) Friendship for fitness in chimpanzees? Anim. Behav. 58:1223-1229.

Meier,C., Hemelrijk,C.K. & Martin,R.D. (2000) Paternity determination, genetic characterization and social correlates in a captive group of

   chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Primates 41:175-183.

Pastorini,J., Epplen,J.T. & Martin,R.D. (2000) Multilocus DNA fingerprinting using oligonucleotide probes in 5 macaque species. Folia

   Primatol. 71:161-168.

Pastorini,J., Forstner,M.R.J. & Martin,R.D. (2000) Relationships among brown lemurs (Eulemur fulvus) based on mitochondrial DNA

   sequences. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 16:418-429.

Martin,R.D. (2000) Origins, diversity and relationships of lemurs. Int. J. Primatol. 21:1021-1049.

Pastorini,J., Forstner,M.R.J. & Martin,R.D. (2001) Phylogenetic history of sifakas (Propithecus: Lemuriformes) derived from mtDNA

   sequences. Am. J. Primatol. 53:1-17.

Pastorini,J., Martin,R.D., Ehresmann,P., Zimmermann,E. & Forstner,M.R.J. (2001) Molecular phylogeny of the lemur family Cheirogaleidae

   (Primates) based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 19:45-56.

Hemelrijk,C.K., Meier,C. & Martin,R.D. (2001) Social positive behaviour for reproductive benefits in primates? A response to comments by

   Stopka et al. (2001). Anim. Behav. 61:F22-F24.

Ménard,N., von Segesser,F., Scheffrahn,W., Pastorini,J., Vallet,D., Gaci,B., Martin,R.D. & Gautier-Hion,A. (2001) Is male-infant caretaking

   related to paternity and/or mating activities in wild Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus)? C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, Sci. Vie 324:601-610.

Bahr,N.I., Martin,R.D. & Pryce,C.R. (2001) Peripartum sex steroid profiles and endocrine correlates of postpartum maternal behavior in

   captive gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Horm. Behav. 40:533-541.

Tavaré,S., Marshall,C.R., Will,O., Soligo,C., & Martin,R.D. (2002) Using the fossil record to estimate the age of the last common ancestor

   of extant primates. Nature 416:726-729.

Isler,K., Barbour,A.D. & Martin,R.D. (2002) Line-fitting by rotation: A nonparametric method for bivariate allometric analysis. Biometr. J.

   44:289-304.

Pastorini,J., Forstner,M.R.J. & Martin,R.D. (2002) Phylogenetic relationships among Lemuridae (Primates): Evidence from mtDNA. J. Hum.

   Evol. 43:463-478.

Pastorini,J., Thalmann,U. & Martin,R.D. (2003) A molecular approach to comparative phylogeography of extant Malagasy lemurs. Proc.

   Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 100:5879-5884.

Kälin,N., Martin,R.D. & Genoud,M. (2003) Basal rate of metabolism and temperature regulation in Goeldi’s monkey (Callimico goeldii).

   Comp. Biochem. Physiol. A 135:279-290.

Martin,R.D. (2003) Human reproduction: A comparative background for medical hypotheses. J. Reprod. Immunol. 59:111-135.

Olson,L.E., Sargis,E.J. & Martin,R.D. (2004) Phylogenetic relationships among tree shrews (Scandentia): A review and critique of the

   morphological evidence. J. Mamm. Evol. 11:49-71.

Martin,R.D., Genoud,M. & Hemelrijk,C.K. (2005) Problems of allometric scaling analysis: Examples from mammalian reproductive biology.

   J. exp. Biol. 208:1731-1747.

Modolo,L., Salzburger,W. & Martin,R.D. (2005) Phylogeography of Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) and the origin of the Gibraltar

   population. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 102:7392–7397.

Olson,L.E., Sargis,E.J. & Martin,R.D. (2005) Intraordinal phylogenetics of treeshrews (Mammalia: Scandentia) based on evidence from

   the mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 35:656-673.

Kümmerli,R. & Martin,R.D. (2005) Male and female reproductive success in Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) in Gibraltar: No

   evidence for rank dependence. Int. J. Primatol. 26:1229-1249.

Miller,E.R., Gunnell,G.F & Martin,R.D. (2005) Deep time and the search for anthropoid origins. Yrbk. phys. Anthropol. 48:60-95.

Soligo,C. & Martin,R.D. (2006) Adaptive origins of primates revisited. J. hum. Evol. 50:414-430.

Martin,R.D., MacLarnon,A.M., Phillips,J.L., Dussubieux,L., Williams,P.R. & Dobyns,W.B. (2006) Comment on 'The brain of LB1, Homo

   floresiensis' (Technical Comment). Science 312:999b.

Martin,R.D., MacLarnon,A.M., Phillips,J.L. & Dobyns,W.B. (2006) Flores hominid: New species or microcephalic dwarf? Anat. Rec.

           288A:1123-1145.

Martin,R.D. (2007) The evolution of human reproduction: A primatological perspective. Yrbk. phys. Anthropol. 50:59-84.

Martin,R.D., Soligo,C. & Tavaré,S. (2007) Primate origins: Implications of a Cretaceous ancestry. Folia Primatol. 78:277–296.

Perry,G.H., Martin,R.D. & Verrelli,B.C. (2007) Signature of functional constraint in aye-aye opsin genes: the potential of adaptive color

   vision in a nocturnal primate. Mol. Biol. Evol. 24:1963-1970.

Soligo,C. & Martin R.D. (2007) The first primates: a reply to Silcox et al.. J. hum. Evol. 53:325-328.

Isler,K., Kirk,E.C., Miller,J.M.A., Albrecht,G.A., Gelvin,B.R. & Martin,R.D. (2008) Endocranial volumes of primate species: Scaling analyses

   using a comprehensive and reliable dataset. J. hum. Evol. 55:967-978.

Kümmerli,R. & Martin, R.D. (2008) Patterns of infant handling and relatedness in Barbary macaques (Macaca sylvanus) on Gibraltar.

   Primates 49:271-282.

Martin,R.D. (2008) Evolution of placentation in primates: Implications of mammalian phylogeny. Evol. Biol. 35:125–145.

Modolo,L & Martin R.D. (2008) Reproductive success in relation to dominance rank in the absence of prime-age males in Barbary

   macaques. Am.  J. Primatol. 70:26-34.

Modolo,L., Martin,R.D., van Schaik,C.P., van Noordwijk,M.A. & Krutzen,M. (2008) When dispersal fails: Genetic separation despite close

   proximity in Gibraltar macaques. Mol. Ecol. 18:4027-4038.

Wilkinson,R.D., Steiper,M.E., Soligo,C., Martin,R.D., Yang,Z. & Tavaré,S. (2011) Dating primate divergences through an integrated analysis

   of palaeontological and molecular data. Syst. Biol. 60:16-31.

Martin,R.D. (2012) Reproductive characteristics of New World monkeys. Int. Zoo Yrbk. 46:95-108.

Yao,L., Brown,J.P., Stampanoni,M., Marone,F., Isler,K. & Martin,R.D. (2012) Evolutionary change in brain size of bats. Brain, Behav. Evol.

   80:15-25.

 

b.  PAPERS WITHOUT PEER REVIEW

Martin,R.D. (1969) The evolution of reproductive mechanisms in primates. J. Reprod. Fertil., Suppl. 6:49-66. (Paper given to the

   International Symposium on the Biology of Reproduction in Mammals, Nairobi, Kenya 1968)

Martin,R.D. (1972) A preliminary field-study of the lesser mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus, J.F.Miller 1777).  Z. Tierpsychol., Beiheft

   9:43-89.

Martin,R.D. (1973) Comparative anatomy and primate systematics. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 33:301-337.

Martin,R.D. (1975) Breeding tree-shrews, Tupaia belangeri, and mouse lemurs, Microcebus murinus, in captivity. Int. Zoo Yrbk.

   15:35-41.

Martin,R.D., Seaton,B. & Lusty,J. (1975) Application of urinary hormone determinations in the management of gorillas. Ann. Rep.

   Jersey Wildl. Pres. Trust 12:61-70.

Martin,R.D., Rivers,J.P.W. & Cowgill,U.M. (1976) Culturing mealworms as food for animals in captivity. Int. Zoo Yrbk. 16:63-70.

Martin,R.D. (1976) A zoologist's view of research on reproduction. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 40:283-319.

Clift,J.P. & Martin,R.D. (1978) Monitoring of pregnancy and post-natal behaviour in a female lowland gorilla, Gorilla g. gorilla, at

   London Zoo. Int. Zoo Yrbk. 18:358-370.

Martin,R.D., Kingsley,S.R. & Stavy,M. (1978) Prospects for coordinated research into breeding of great apes in zoological collections.

   Dodo (J. Jersey Wildl. Pres. Trust) 14:45-55.

Kingsley,S.R. & Martin,R.D. (1979) A case of placenta praevia in an orang-utan. Vet. Rec. 104:56-57.

Stavy,M., Gilbert,D. & Martin,R.D. (1979) Routine determination of sex in monomorphic bird species using faecal steroid analysis.

   Int. Zoo Yrbk. 19:209-214.

Martin,R.D. (1980) Adaptation and body size in primates. Z. Morph. Anthropol. 71:115-124.

Martin,R.D. (1981) Field studies of primate behaviour. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 46:287-336.

Martin,R.D. (1981) Phylogenetic reconstruction versus classification: The case for clear demarcation. Biologist 28:127-132.

Rollinson,J.M.M. & Martin,R.D. (1981: Comparative aspects of primate locomotion, with special reference to arboreal cercopithecines.

   Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 48:377-427.

Cross,J.F. & Martin,R.D. (1981) Calculation of gestation period and other reproductive parameters for primates. Dodo (J. Jersey Wildl.

   Pres. Trust) 18:30-43.

Martin,R.D. (1983) Commentary on Blumenberg: The evolution of the advanced hominid brain. Curr. Anthropol. 24:606-607.

Martin,R.D. (1984) Scaling effects and adaptive strategies in mammalian lactation. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 51:87-117.

Willner,L.A. & Martin,R.D. (1985) Some basic principles of mammalian sexual dimorphism. Symp. Soc. Stud. Hum. Biol.  24:1-42.

Martin,R.D. & MacLarnon,A.M. (1988) Comparative quantitative studies of growth and reproduction. Symp. Zool. Soc. Lond. 60:39-80.

Martin,R.D. (1989) Evolution of the brain in early hominids. Ossa 14:49-62.

Martin,R.D. (1996) Commentary on R.J.Smith: Biology and body size in human evolution. Curr. Anthropol. 37:470-472.

Martin,R.D. & von Segesser,F. (1996) Fragmentation of natural populations, genetics and conservation biology. Almoraima 15:311-326.

Martin,R.D. (2002) Primatology as an essential basis for biological anthropology. Evol. Anthropol. 11, Suppl. 1:3-6.

Oerke,A.-K., Heistermann,M., Küderling,I., Martin,R.D. & Hodges,J.K. (2002) Monitoring reproduction by means of ultrasonography.

   Evol. Anthropol. 11, Suppl. 1:183-185.

Pastorini,J., Forstner,M.R.J., and Martin,R.D. (2002) Phylogenetic relationships of gentle lemurs (Hapalemur). Evol. Anthropol.

   11, Suppl. 1:150-154.

Soligo,C., Anzenberger,G. & Martin,R.D. (2002) Into the third millennium: One hundred years of anthropology in Zürich. Evol. Anthropol.

   11, Suppl. 1:1-2.

von Koenigswald,W., Rose,K.D., Grande,L. & Martin,R.D. (2005) First apatemyid skeleton from the lower Eocene Fossil Butte Member

   Wyoming, compared to the European apatemyid from Messel, Germany. Palaeontographica Abt. A 272:149-169.

von Koenigswald,W., Rose,K.D., Grande,L. & Martin,R.D. (2005) Die Lebensweise eozäner Säugetiere (Pantolestidae und Apatemyidae)

   aus Messel (Europa) im Vergleich zu neuen Skelettfunden aus dem Fossil Butte Member von Wyoming (Nordamerika). Geol. Jb.

   Hessen 132:43-54.

Martin,R.D. (2006) New light on primate evolution. Ber. Abhandl. Berlin-Brandenburg. Akad. Wiss. 11:379-405. (Text of Ernst Mayr

   Lecture given to the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften and the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.)

Martin,R.D. (2008) Colugos: Obscure mammals glide into the evolutionary limelight. J. Biol. 7, Art 13:1-5.

Martin R.D. (2008) Les hominidés remontent dans le temps. Doss. Recherche 32:18-26.

Martin,R.D. (2009) Commentary on K.B.Strier: Seeing the forest through the seeds. Curr. Anthropol. 50:222-224.

Soligo,C. & Martin,R.D. (2009) Darwinius: Sequel to a Messel divorce. Folia Primatol. 80:247-248.

 

c.  BOOK CHAPTERS

Martin,R.D. (1972) Concepts of human territoriality. pp. 427-445 in: Man, Settlement and Urbanism. (eds. Ucko,P.J., Tringham,R. &

   Dimbleby,G.W.). Duckworth: London.

Martin,R.D. (1972) A laboratory breeding colony of the lesser mouse lemur. pp. 161-17l in: Breeding Primates. (ed. Beveridge,W.I.B.).

   Karger Verlag: Basel.

Martin,R.D. (1973) A review of the behaviour and ecology of the lesser mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus, J.F.Miller 1777). pp. 1-68

   in: Comparative Ecology and Behaviour of Primates. (eds. Michael,R.P. & Crook,J.H.). Academic Press: London.

Martin,R.D. (1974) The biological basis of human behaviour. pp. 215-250 in: The Biology of Brains. (ed. Broughton,W.B.). Blackwells

   Scientific Publications: Oxford.

Martin,R.D. (1975) General principles for breeding small mammals in captivity. pp.143-166 in:  Breeding Endangered Species in

   Captivity. (ed. Martin,R.D.). Academic Press: London.

Martin,R.D. (1975) The bearing of reproductive behaviour on strepsirhine phylogeny. pp. 265-297 in: Phylogeny of the Primates: A

   Multidisciplinary Approach. (eds. Luckett,W.P. & Szalay,F.S.) Plenum Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. (1978) Major features of prosimian evolution: A discussion in the light of chromosomal evidence. pp. 3-26 in: Recent

   Advances in Primatology. Vol. 3: Evolution. (eds. Chivers,D.J. & Joysey,K.A.). Academic Press: London.

Martin,R.D. (1979) Phylogenetic aspects of prosimian behavior. pp. 45-77 in: The Study of Prosimian Behavior. (eds. Doyle,G.A. &

   Martin,R.D.). Academic Press: New York.

Bearder,S.K. & Martin,R.D. (1979) The social organization of a nocturnal primate revealed by radio-tracking. pp. 633-648 in:

   A Handbook on Biotelemetry and Radio Tracking. (eds. Amlaner,C.J. & Macdonald,D.W.). Pergamon Press: Oxford.

Dixson,A.F., Bonney,R.C., Fleming,D. & Martin,R.D. (1980) Reproductive biology of the owl monkey Aotus trivirgatus griseimembra.

   pp. 61-68 in: Non-Human Primate Models in Human Reproduction. (ed. Anand Kumar,T.C.). Karger Verlag: Basel.

Martin,R.D. (1982) Allometric approaches to the evolution of the primate nervous system. pp. 39-56 in: Primate Brain Evolution:

   Methods and Concepts. (eds. Armstrong,E. & Falk,D.). Plenum Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. (1984) Body size, brain size and feeding strategies in primates. pp. 73-103 in: Food Acquisition and Processing in

   Primates. (ed. Chivers, D.J.). Plenum Press: London.

Martin,R.D., Chivers,D.J., MacLarnon,A.M. & Hladik,C.M. (1985) Gastrointestinal allometry in primates and other mammals.

   pp. 61-89 in: Size and Scaling in Primate Biology. (ed. Jungers,W.L.). Plenum Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. & Harvey,P.H. (1985) Brain size allometry: Ontogeny and phylogeny. pp. 147-173 in: Size and Scaling in Primate  Biology.

   (ed. Jungers,W.L.). Plenum Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. (1985) Primates: a definition. pp. 1-31 in: Major Topics in Primate and Human Evolution. (eds. Wood,B.A., Martin,L.B. &

   Andrews,P.J.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Martin,R.D. (1986) Ontogenetic and phylogenetic aspects of human brain size. pp. 325-341 in: Définition et Origines de l'Homme.

   (ed. Sakka,M.). Editions du CNRS: Paris. [Table ronde internat. CNRS 3.]

MacLarnon,A.M., Martin,R.D., Chivers,D.J. & Hladik,C.M. (1986) Some aspects of gastro-intestinal allometry in primates and other

   mammals. pp. 293-302 in: Définition et Origines de l'Homme. (ed. Sakka, M.). Editions du CNRS: Paris. [Table ronde internat.

   CNRS 3.]

MacLarnon,A.M., Chivers,D.J. & Martin,R.D. (1986) Gastro-intestinal allometry in primates and other mammals including new species.

   pp.75-85 in: Primate Ecology and Conservation. (eds. Else,J.G. & Lee,P.C.). 75-85. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Harvey,P.H., Martin,R.D. & Clutton-Brock,T.H. (1987) Life histories in comparative perspective. pp. 181-196 in: Primate Societies. (eds.

   Smuts,B.B., Cheney,D., Seyfarth,R.M., Wrangham,R. & Struhsaker,T.). University of Chicago Press: Chicago.

Martin,R.D. (1987) Strategies of reproduction. pp 120-128 in: The Natural History Reader in Animal Behavior. (ed. Topoff,H.). Columbia

   University Press: New York.

Martin,R.D. & MacLarnon,A.M. (1988) Quantitative comparisons of the skull and teeth in guenons. pp. 160-183 in: A Primate Radiation:

   Evolutionary Biology of the African Guenons. (eds. Gautier-Hion,A., Bourlière,F., Gautier,J.-P. & Kingdon,J.). Cambridge University

   Press: Cambridge.

Martin,R.D. (1989) Size, shape and evolution. pp. 96-141 in: Evolutionary Studies — A Centenary Celebration of the Life of Julian

   Huxley. (ed. Keynes,M.). Eugenics Society: London.
Martin,R.D. & MacLarnon,A.M. (1990) Reproductive patterns in primates and other mammals: The dichotomy between altricial and

   precocial offspring. pp. 47-79 in: Primate Life History and Evolution. (ed. DeRousseau,C.J.). Wiley-Liss: New York.
Stringer,C.B., Dean,M.C. & Martin,R.D. (1990) A comparative study of cranial and dental development with a recent British sample

   and among Neandertals. pp. 115-152 in: Primate Life History and Evolution. (ed. DeRousseau,C.J.). Wiley-Liss: New York.
de Ruiter,J., Scheffrahn,W., Trommelen,G.J.J.M., Uitterlinden,A.G., Martin,R.D. & van Hooff, J.A.R.A.M. (1992) Male social rank and

   reproductive success in wild long-tailed macaques. pp. 175-191 in: Paternity in Primates: Genetic Tests and Theories. Implications

   of Human DNA Fingerprinting. (eds. Martin,R.D., Dixson,A.F. & Wickings,E.J.). Karger Verlag: Basel.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Female cycles in relation to paternity in primate societies. pp. 238-274 in: Paternity in Primates: Genetic Tests and

   Theories. Implications of Human DNA Fingerprinting. (eds. Martin,R.D., Dixson,A.F. & Wickings,E.J.). Karger Verlag: Basel.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Classification and evolutionary relationships. pp. 17-23 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed.

   Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D., Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Breeding primates in captivity. p. 37 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S.,

   Martin,R.D., Pilbeam,D.R. & Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Martin,R.D. (1992) Scaling. p. 42 in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. (ed. Jones,J.S., Martin,R.D., Pilbeam,D.R. &

   Bunney,S.). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

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