The agile gibbon Hylobates agilis , also known as the black-handed gibbon, is an Old World primate in the gibbon family. It is found in Indonesia on the island of Sumatra, Malaysia, and southern Thailand. The species is generally thought not to have subspecies, but some experts recognise a mountain form and a lowland form. The agile gibbon has fur varying in color from black to red-brown. Its brow is white, and the male can be recognized by its white or light-grey cheeks.
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Automatic assertion inferred from signature match i. Automatic assertion according to sequence analysis i. Automatic assertion according to rules i. You are using a version of browser that may not display all the features of this website. Please consider upgrading your browser. Basket 0. Your basket is currently empty. Submitted name: TRIM Note that the 'protein existence' evidence does not give information on the accuracy or correctness of the sequence s displayed.
Select a section on the left to see content. Gene3D i 3. The information is filed in different subsections. Length: Mass Da : 70, It is useful for tracking sequence updates.
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See complete history. Do not show this banner again. Metal-binding , Zinc. This is known as the 'taxonomic identifier' or 'taxid'. It lists the nodes as they appear top-down in the taxonomic tree, with the more general grouping listed first. Conserved Domains Database More CDD i. Gene3D i. Integrated resource of protein families, domains and functional sites More InterPro i. Pfam protein domain database More Pfam i.
Protein Motif fingerprint database; a protein domain database More SMART i. Superfamily database of structural and functional annotation More Database of comparative protein structure models More ModBase i.
Submit a new modelling project ProtoNet; Automatic hierarchical classification of proteins More ProtoNet i. MobiDB: a database of protein disorder and mobility annotations More MobiDB i. This is version 16 of the entry and version 1 of the sequence.
Back to Photo Gallery Back to Identification Guide Immature gibbons Adult gibbons Adult gibbons In addition to light buffy coloured and blackish animals, many different colour variants are known to exist in this species, like in H. In addition, agile gibbons may also be contrastingly patterned, with different body parts showing different colorations. Unless the provenience of the animal is known, their subspecies identification is often unreliable. Buffy coloured or light brown animals are particularly common on western Sumatra, whereas black or dark animals are particularly common on the Malayan peninsula and on eastern Sumatra. The two populations have been suggested to represent different subspecies: H.
Gibbons are found throughout the tropical rainforests of South and Southeast Asia. Agile gibbons, Hylobates agilis , are found in Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Hylobates agilis is found in the tropical rainforests of Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. They live in the upper canopy of the forest, feeding on fruits, leaves, and insects. Members of Hylobates spend most of their lives in the trees, and rarely descend to the ground. Lesser apes in the family Hylobatidae are generally small.
Geoffroy, Hylobates unko Lesson, The agile gibbon Hylobates agilis , also known as the black-handed gibbon , is an Old World primate in the gibbon family. It is found in Indonesia on the island of Sumatra, Malaysia, and southern Thailand. The species is generally thought not to have subspecies, but some experts recognise a mountain form and a lowland form. The agile gibbon has fur varying in color from black to red-brown. Its brow is white, and the male can be recognized by its white or light-grey cheeks.