A structural biorhythm related to human sexual dimorphism.

@article{Mahoney2020ASB,
  title={A structural biorhythm related to human sexual dimorphism.},
  author={P. Mahoney and G. McFarlane and Rosie Pitfield and M. O'Hara and J. Miszkiewicz and C. Deter and Hannah Seal and D. Guatelli-Steinberg},
  journal={Journal of structural biology},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          107550
        }
}
Life on earth is regulated by biological rhythms, some of which oscillate with a circadian, monthly or lunar cycle. Recent research suggests that there is a near weekly biorhythm that may exert an influence on human skeletal growth. Evidence for the timing of this biorhythm is retained in tooth enamel as the periodicity of Retzius lines. Studies report that Retzius periodicity (RP) relates to adult human stature and enamel thickness. Adult human stature is sexually dimorphic, and so is enamel… Expand

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