Teeth/Jaw Diet.


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Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, eighth ed., p. 245. Pongid Prognathism. ... Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, ninth ed., p. 136 ...
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Proceed to Set # 16C Teeth/Jaw Diet

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the lower jaw = mandible related term: "mandibular torus"

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The jaw . . . in chimps mandibles incline outward and descending, without a button ("prognathism")

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Pongid Prognathism . (Line of most noteworthy muscle power is appeared in red.) Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, eighth ed ., p. 245

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The jaw . . . in people lower jaw is nearly little, yet dependably has an unmistakable jaw

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Modern human head. Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, ninth ed ., p. 432

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The teeth . . . primates have a "simian rack" as opposed to a button

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The teeth . . . chimp teeth have cusp designs for the lower molars like those of people . . .

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The teeth . . . as opposed to an "in addition to 4" design . . . gorillas have a "Y-5" design

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in addition to 4 Y-5 Y-5

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The teeth . . . chimps (monkeys) still have funnel shaped, daggerish canines which extend well past the surface of the inverse teeth . . .

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The teeth . . . primates (and monkeys) have diastemata, spaces inverse the extensive canine teeth . . . ("diastemata" = plural of "diastema")

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The teeth . . . diastema = a space in the tooth push that obliges one or more teeth from the inverse jaw

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Teeth of a male patas monkey. Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, ninth ed ., p. 205

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The teeth . . . both chimps and people have 8 incisors I 4 canines C 8 premolars P 12 molars M condensings

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The teeth . . . both gorillas and people have the same "dental recipe" 2.1.2.3. 2.1.2.3.

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Donald Johanson and Maitland Edey, Lucy: The Beginnings of Humankind . NY: Simon & Schuster, 1981.

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Dental formulae Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, ninth ed ., p. 120

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The teeth . . . chimps have a "U"- formed jaw . . .

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The teeth . . . in people the plate is angled and bends outward at the back (explanatory curve) . . .

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The teeth . . . the general developmental pattern is toward littler teeth

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Continue on to Set # 16D Next: Other Changes Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archeology, ninth ed ., p. 136

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