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Agriculture & Biology

Primates
Pan troglodytes
intestinal microorganisms
Gorilla
digestive system
Pongidae
Alouatta
Lemur
microorganisms
sexually transmitted diseases
Gorilla gorilla
metabolomics
Papio
Pongo pygmaeus
temporal variation
diet
lowlands
Lemuridae
phylogeny
microbial communities
physiology
ecology
Gardnerella vaginalis
social networks
habitats
national parks
microbiome
mating behavior
bacterial communities
Pongo
screening
sampling
Madagascar
genes
infection
Lactobacillus
niches
urine
ribosomal RNA
social behavior
dominance (genetics)
pathogens
infectious diseases
metabolome
dimorphism
aggression
immunity
Colobus
gene flow
ancestry

Medicine & Life Sciences

Microbiota
Primates
Gorilla gorilla
Alouatta
Diet
Pan troglodytes
Bacterial Vaginosis
Ecosystem
Metabolomics
Colobus
rRNA Genes
Erythrocebus patas
Ecology
Uganda
Infanticide
Gastrointestinal Microbiome
Pongo
Gardnerella vaginalis
Central African Republic
Species Specificity
Coercion
Sex Factors
Lactobacillus
Parasitic Diseases
Health
Metabolome
Virulence
Age Factors
Microbial Drug Resistance
Genomics
Gait
Walking
Genes
Foot
Vaccination
Extremities
Entamoeba
Anti-Bacterial Agents
Growth
Phylogeny
Parasites
Feeding Behavior
Fruit

Earth & Environmental Sciences

primate
diet
sexually transmitted disease
physiology
reproductive strategy
social network
female behavior
temporal variation
ecology
competition (ecology)
infanticide
phylogenetics
habitat
national park
species concept
mating behavior
hybrid zone
urine
immunity
microbial community
dimorphism
network analysis
gene
social behavior
pathogen
habitat type
infectious disease
aggression
niche
flow pattern
antibiotics
disturbance
subspecies
animal
gene flow
paternity
mammal
relative abundance
bacterium
metabolism
common ancestry
group size
degradation
sterol
sperm competition
energy