Award for Best/Outstanding Presentation
(23rd Congress Primate Society of Japan, The University of Shiga Prefecture)
In order to encourage presentations by young researchers, to promote scientific researches, and to promote activities of the Primate Society of Japan, we selected best and outstanding presentations in the 23nd congress held at The University of Shiga Prefecture.
Three referees evaluated each presentation with strict accuracy, and the committee for the award in the Primate Society of Japan compiled the results. We selected the following presentations, whose authors received certificates of commendation and supplementary prizes.
President, Primate Society of Japan
- Best oral presentation
Yoshifumi MATSUMOTO ...."Blue-shift of red-green opsin alleles in genus Ateles and its molecular evolutionary process "
co-author: Norihiro OZAWA, Chihiro HIRAMATSU, Shoji KAWAMURA
- Outstanding oral presentation
Kenji Oonishi ...."What affects the frequency of the maternal visual monitoring of the infant in a free-ranging group of Japanese monkeys at Katsuyama?"
co-author: Masayuki NAKAMICHI
- Best poster presentation
Ikki MATSUDA ...."Ranging and feeding behaviors of proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) in Sabah, Malaysia"
co-author: Augustine TUUGA, Seigo HIGASHI
- Outstanding poster presentation
Atsushi MATSUI ...."Determination of a complete lemur mitochondrial genome from feces"
co-author: Felix RAKOTONDRAPARANY, Masami HASEGAWA, Satoshi HORAI