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Hominidae

Great apes (Hominidae) is a family in the order Primates.

Taxonomy ID: 9604

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Homo sapiens

Human genome projects have generated an unprecedented amount of knowledge about human genetics and health.

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
1060
Haploid chromosomes:
48
;
Organelles:
1
Date:
2001/02/15
ID:
51
2.

Gorilla gorilla

Shares a recent common ancestry with chimpanzees and humans.

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
7
Haploid chromosomes:
25
Date:
2006/11/09
ID:
2156
3.

Pan troglodytes

The chimpanzee genome sequence is an important tool in understanding primate evolution

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
6
Haploid chromosomes:
25
;
Organelles:
1
Date:
2003/12/05
ID:
202
4.

Pan paniscus

The bonobo or pygmy chimpanzee

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
3
Haploid chromosomes:
24
;
Organelles:
1
Date:
2012/03/30
ID:
10729
5.

Pongo pygmaeus

Bornean orangutan; a critically endangered hominoid

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
3
Haploid chromosome:
1
Date:
2016/07/09
ID:
10714
6.

Pongo abelii

Sumatran orangutan; useful in studies of hominoid chromosome evolution

Kingdom:
Eukaryota
;
Subgroup:
Mammals
Sequence data: genome assemblies:
4
Haploid chromosomes:
24
;
Organelles:
1
Date:
2006/11/09
ID:
325

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