Morphogenetic fields within the human dentition: A new, clinically relevant synthesis of an old concept☆

@inproceedings{Townsend2009MorphogeneticFW,
  title={Morphogenetic fields within the human dentition: A new, clinically relevant synthesis of an old concept☆},
  author={G C Townsend and Edward F. Harris and Herv{\'e} Lesot and François Clauss and Alan Brook},
  booktitle={Archives of oral biology},
  year={2009}
}
This paper reviews the concept of morphogenetic fields within the dentition that was first proposed by Butler (Butler PM. Studies of the mammalian dentition. Differentiation of the post-canine dentition. Proc Zool Soc Lond B 1939;109:1-36), then adapted for the human dentition by Dahlberg (Dahlberg AA. The changing dentition of man. J Am Dent Assoc 1945;32:676-90; Dahlberg AA. The dentition of the American Indian. In: Laughlin WS, editor. The Physical Anthropology of the American Indian. New… CONTINUE READING
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