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DATE

1955-07

AUTHORS

J. B. S. HALDANE

ABSTRACT

OROWAN1 suggests that the high uric acid concentration in the blood of human beings and anthropoids, as compared with other mammals, may be a cause of their intellectual development. He holds that uric acid has the same stimulatory effect on the brain as caffeine and theobromine.

PAGES

169-170

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  • 1955-04. The Origin of Man in NATURE
  • Journal

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    Nature

    ISSUE

    4473

    VOLUME

    176

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/176169a0

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