[ noun ] (zoology) any of various long-tailed primates (excluding the prosimians)
Used in print(Richard F. McLaughlin, et al., "A study of the...)
However , the dynamics of airflow , from morphologic considerations alone , may conceivably be different in the monkey than in the horse .
For_example , the marked susceptibility of the monkey to respiratory infection might be related_to its delicate , long alveolar ducts and short , large bronchioles situated within a parenchyma entirely lacking in protective supportive tissue barriers such_as those found in types 1 , and 3 , .
One might also wonder if monkeys are capable of developing bronchiolitis as we know it in man or the horse .
This is especially so if the dog , cat or monkey are to be used , in_view_of their marked anatomical differences from man .
Type 1 , is represented by the cow , sheep , and pig ; type 2 , , by the dog , cat , and monkey ; type 3 , , by the horse .