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Although generally considered a fairly constant trait within a species (see Fretter & Graham 1962, Wu 1991), there is evidence that diet may cause modifications in tooth morphology (Padilla 2003) as well as major morphological changes as gastropods develop from larvae to adults (discussed below).
Also, dental professionals are most likely to detect abnormalities in children with TS because the condition manifests first as dental anomalies in tooth morphology.
Due to the greater diversification and central role of the mammalian dentition in food procurement and processing, analyses of tooth morphology have figured prominently in our understanding of the biomechanics and evolution of the feeding apparatus.
However, with CEREC the dentist can now reconstruct the patient's current tooth morphology and maintain a harmonious situation that accommodates that particular patient's needs.
Intended for undergraduate dental students, the text incorporates the fundamentals of operative dentistry, preclinical exercises, and basic tooth morphology, organizing information in a bullet format.
Shell shape, dysodont tooth morphology, and hinge-ligament thickness in the bay mussel Mytilus trossulus correlate with wave exposure.
The gyne is similar to the worker in having the same type of tooth morphology, color and pilosity, but differs in having mesosomal development associated with flight.
Despite the differences in tooth morphology, major lateral cusps from the chitons Acanthopleura hirtosa and Plaxiphora albida were similar in size, while both the medial and lateral teeth from the limpet Patelloida alticostata were considerably smaller (Table 2).
Furthermore, the oral symptoms are: agenesis of most of the primary and permanent teeth deviated tooth morphology and reduced salivary secretion [Soderholm and Kaitila, 1985; Crawford et al.
Although the proventriculus of the three species shows the same basic morphology, there is variation among species in the number and shape of the denticles, in median tooth morphology, in the shape and location of both the hair-like projections and the lateral projections.
Tooth morphology is covered thoroughly, using new photographs and diagrams to illustrate developmental disturbances and anomalies.