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by Swindler

  • Author: Swindler
  • ISBN: 0521018641
  • ISBN13: 978-0521018647
  • ePub: 1319 kb | FB2: 1199 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 22, 2005)
  • Pages: 316
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Primate Dentition (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) ePub download

The series covers all related areas to do with physical/biological anthropology, including evolutionary biology, animal behaviour, primatology, and ecology

Series: Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology (Book 32). Paperback: 316 pages.

This book brings together information from many disciplines to present the most useful and comprehensive database possible in one consolidated text. Series: Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology (Book 32). Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 22, 2005).

The teeth of the nonhuman primates have been studied chiefly by paleontologists, for comparison with those of. .

The teeth of the nonhuman primates have been studied chiefly by paleontologists, for comparison with those of fossil material. As the latter are usually fragmentary, little attention has been paid to their occlusion  . Frequency dentition anomalies in children and adolescents according to different authors, ranging from rising 5. to 81%. Anomalies of dental systems lead to aesthetic and functional disturbances affecting the child's psyche, and often lead to the development of dental caries and periodontal diseases

Cambridge University Press, pp 1–296.

Cambridge University Press, pp 1–296. Authors and affiliations.

The intention of the series is to provide a broad and integrated approach to biological anthropology

The intention of the series is to provide a broad and integrated approach to biological anthropology.

Primate dentitions vary widely both between genera and between species within a genus. This book is a comparative dental anatomy of the teeth of living non-human primates that brings together information from many disciplines to present the most useful and comprehensive database possible in one consolidated text. The core of the book consists of comparative morphological and metrical descriptions with analyses, reference tables and illustrations of the permanent dentitions of 85 living primate species to establish a baseline for future investigations.

By Daris R Swindler; illustrated by, Robert M George. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. xv + 296 p; il. taxonomic index.

Evolutionary anthropology is the interdisciplinary study of the evolution of human physiology and human behaviour and the relation between hominids and non-hominid primates. Evolutionary anthropology is based in natural science and social science. Various fields and disciplines of evolutionary anthropology are: Human evolution and anthropogeny. Paleoanthropology and paleontology of both human and non-human primates. Primatology and primate ethology.

The Primate Fossil Record is the first comprehensive treatment of primate palaeontology for 20 years. The Primate Fossil Record (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology).

Primate Dentition provides a comparative dental anatomy of living non-human primates that brings together information from many disciplines to present the most useful and comprehensive database possible in one consolidated text. The core of the book consists of comparative morphological and metrical descriptions with analyses, reference tables, and illustrations of the permanent dentitions of 85 living primate species to establish a baseline for future investigations. The volume also discusses dental microstructure and its importance in understanding taxonomic relationships between species, data on deciduous dentitions, prenatal dental development and ontogenetic processes, and material to aid age estimation and life history studies.
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