The morphogenetic triangle: a new conceptual tool for application to problems in dental morphogenesis.

  • Harris J Keene
  • Published 1982 in American journal of physical anthropology

Abstract

A hypothetical mathematical model of human dental crown height attainment during morphogenesis was developed. The model is based on well-known histologic stages of tooth development from initiation to crown completion, with special emphasis on the dynamics and life-cycle of the cells of the inner enamel epithelium. From three temporal events (P, initiation… (More)

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@article{Keene1982TheMT, title={The morphogenetic triangle: a new conceptual tool for application to problems in dental morphogenesis.}, author={Harris J Keene}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={1982}, volume={59 3}, pages={281-7} }