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Introduction: Enamel structure and development and its application in hominid evolution and taxonomy
Ramirez Rozzi F.
Growth tracks in dental enamel
Radiographic and histological methodologies in estimating the chronology of crown development in modern humans and great apes: a review, with some applications for studies on juvenile hominids
Beynon A.D.; Clayton C.B.; Ramirez Rozzi F.V.; Reid D.J.
Do enamel microstructures have regular time dependency? Conclusions from the literature and a large-scale study
Utilization of periodic markings in enamel to obtain information on tooth growth
Observations on stria morphology in the lateral enamel ofPongo,HylobatesandProconsulteeth
Dean M.C.; Shellis R.P.
Histological reconstruction of dental development and age at death in a juvenile gibbon (Hylobates lar)
A histological reconstruction of dental development in the common chimpanzee,Pan troglodytes
Reid D.J.; Schwartz G.T.; Dean C.; Chandrasekera M.S.S.
A comparative study of cross striation spacings in cuspal enamel and of four methods of estimating the time taken to grow molar cuspal enamel inPan, PongoandHomo
Histological reconstruction of dental development in four individuals from a medieval site in Picardie, France
Reid D.J.; Beynon A.D.; Ramirez Rozzi F.V.
A radiographic study of the development of the human mandibular dentition
Simpson S.W.; Kunos C.A.
Variations in molar enamel thickness among primates
Shellis R.P.; Beynon A.D.; Reid D.J.; Hiiemae K.M.
Enamel thickness and the topography of the enamel-dentine junction in South African Plio-Pleistocene hominids with special reference to the Carabelli trait
Schwartz G.T.; Thackeray J.F.; Reid C.; van Reenan J.F.
Can enamel microstructure be used to establish the presence of different species of Plio-Pleistocene hominids from Omo, Ethiopia?
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