Dentition - Teeth - Carabellis cusp on M1 maxillary on...

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Teeth - C arabelli’s cusp on M1 maxillary on mesial lingual (towards midline on the side of tongue): protocone => European population - Air cells: sinuses - Middle of skull: sphenoid - Heading front ethmoid: septum of nose - Septum meets with vomer forms bony septum , cartilaginous septum extends from septum and vomer - Palatine process: hard bony palate - Palatine bone: beyond bony palate
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Are the remains human? - Teeth looked at [enamel: hardest substance] - If not human, animal? What kind? ANIMAL DENTITION Eutherian: mammalian infraclass; primitive mammalian formula Formula: 3/1/4/3 * 4 = 44 teeth [I/C/PM/M] Eutherian: placental mammals - Young offspring receive nutrition through placenta - Come into the world well developed - Primitive formula is from what other dental formula develop - Ours: 2/1/2/3 we lost 2 premolars per quadrant
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MORPHOLOGY AND DIET Intimately related; can be inferred from dentition Form and function: how a tooth is shaped tells us what it does Bats: fruit eating low cusped, blunted Bats: insect eating tall, sharp cusps More about: Humans, Ursids Cats: 30 teeth, Dog: 42 teeth [both variable, boododont]; Bears (Ursids): omnivorous: low cusps, blunted, low profile Pig: low blunted cusps [often mistaken for humans] Bears, humans, pigs are omnivorous and bunodont Bunodont: rounded, well developed cusps; what occlusal surfaces look like
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DOGS/CANIDS - Canidae E.g wolves and dogs; cats too have similar pattern although they belong in order
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2010 for the course APY 348 taught by Professor Lisjak,r during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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