Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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1. forming a full quantity.

2. exclusive distribution of skills in the cerebral hemispheres such that if language is represented in one hemisphere, some nonlanguage skills are represented in the other.

3. in zoogeography, phenomenon in which animals occupy niches that are filled elsewhere by animals from different taxa. This particularly applies to Madagascar and the primate fauna there.

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