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Synonyms for dentition

the eruption through the gums of baby teeth

the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal

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Microevolution of African American Dental Morphology.
Based on the TCMT, dental morphology is studied from an interdisciplinary viewpoint (biology, anthropology, dentistry, paleopathology, archeology, forensic science) because teeth can be used in the estimation of biological relationships between populations.
None of the species that have been previously suggested as the last common ancestor of Neanderthals and modern humans has a dental morphology that is fully compatible with the expected morphology of this ancestor," Gomez-Robles said.
The study of dental morphology or odontoscopy implies the process of registration, analysis, and understanding of all the information that coronal and radicular morphology of the teeth may reveal about biological relations among populations due to their function as intergroup markers that enable comparative analyses to establish the history, origins, formation, contacts, isolation, and displacement of past and current human groups.
Nonetheless, Mammal Teeth is a highly valuable contribution to recent literature on the important subject of dental morphology and evolution.
Anthropologists and archaeologists from around the world look at the Neolithic domestication of humans from perspectives of subsistence transitions; growth and body size variation; biomechanics and indicators of habitual activity; and archaeogenetics, palaeodemography, and cranial and dental morphology.
Dental morphology, craniometrics, skeletal morphology, and genetic analysis have all been utilized.
International Symposium on Dental Morphology (14th: 2008: Greifswald, Germany) Ed.
The anthropology of modem human teeth: dental morphology and its variation in recent human populations.
It ranges from stone axe blades and dental morphology through marriage, haemophilia, gender and myth to kin terms and proto-Micronesian.
Dental microwear analysis (DMA) is a valuable means of dietary reconstruction for extant and extinct animals because it provides insight independent of dental morphology.
Species of Ptychodus are differentiated on the basis of variations in dental morphology (e.
Analysis of the dental morphology, as well as morphometric analysis of the complete mandible, shows Eskimoid characters and resemblance with later period Greenlandic human skeletal remains.