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Development, function, and evolution of teeth [electronic resource] / edited by Mark F. Teaford, Moya Meredith Smith, and Mark W.J. Ferguson.

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Publication:
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (326 p.)
Subjects:
Teeth -- Physiology.
Teeth -- Evolution.
Teeth -- Molecular aspects.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
Whilst great strides have been taken in the genetics, histology, microstructure and morphology of tooth development and evolution, most workers in the field remain unaware of developments in adjacent disciplines. For the first time, this book brings together these exciting new findings to stimulate fruitful new avenues of coooperative research.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgements; 1 Homeobox genes in initiation and shape of teeth during development in mammalian embryos; 2 Return of lost structure in the developmental control of tooth shape; 3 Molecules implicated in odontoblast terminal differentiation and dentinogenesis; 4 Enamel biomineralization: the assembly and disassembly of the protein extracellular organic matrix; 5 Evolutionary origins of dentine in the fossil record of early vertebrates: diversity, development and function
6 Pulpo-dentinal interactions in development and repair of dentine7 Prismless enamel in amniotes: terminology, function, and evolution; 8 Two different strategies in enamel differentiation: Marsupialia versus Eutheria; 9 Incremental markings in enamel and dentine: what they can tell us about the way teeth grow; 10 Evolutionary origins of teeth and jaws: developmental models and phylogenetic patterns; 11 Development and evolution of dentition patterns and their genetic basis; 12 Evolution of tooth attachment in lower vertebrates to tetrapods
13 Tooth replacement patterns in non-mammalian vertebrates14 The evolution of tooth shape and tooth function in primates; 15 'Schultz's Rule' and the evolution of tooth emergence and replacement patterns in primates and ungulates; 16 Developmental plasticity in the dentition of a heterodont polyphyodont fish species; 17 Enamel microporosity and its functional implications; 18 Pathways to functional differentiation in mammalian enamel; 19 Trends in the evolution of molar crown types in ungulate mammals: evidence from the northern hemisphere
20 Function of postcanine tooth crown shape in mammals21 Primate dental functional morphology revisited; Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Teaford, Mark Franklyn, 1951-
Smith, Moya Meredith, 1955-
Ferguson, Mark W. J.
ISBN:
1-107-11329-6
1-280-15992-8
9786610159925
1-139-14547-9
0-511-11644-6
0-511-06568-X
0-511-05937-X
0-511-32347-6
0-511-54262-3
0-511-06781-X
OCLC:
559470071
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