Current studies on tooth enamel development in lower vertebrates.

@article{Wakita1993CurrentSO,
  title={Current studies on tooth enamel development in lower vertebrates.},
  author={M Wakita},
  journal={Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy},
  year={1993},
  volume={68 4},
  pages={399-409}
}
  • M Wakita
  • Published 1993 in Kaibogaku zasshi. Journal of anatomy
The tooth enamel is a unique tissue in the human body on many characteristic features, in both morphological and developmental aspects. This tissue is widely distributed in the vertebrate world. This hard tissue is divided into two groups, mainly from the developmental feature. One is the enamel in the upper classes of the adult amphibian, called true or ectodermal enamel. The other mainly distributes in fish (both of osteichytyes and chondroichtyes), called enameloid or mesodermal enamel… CONTINUE READING

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