Analysis Of Developmental Processes Possibly Related To Human Dental Sexual Dimorphism In Permanent And Deciduous Canines.
Melvin L. Moss, Letty Moss-Salentijn
Published 1977 · Biology, Medicine
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Analysis of published odontometric data on human dental sexual dimorphism indicates that this characteristic is most clearly expressed by the canine teeth. Review of the several processes involved in coronal odontogenesis suggests that such dimorphism is related to an absolutely longer period of amelogenesis for both deciduous and permanent dentitions.
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