The morphology and wear of the lingual notch in macaques and langurs.

Abstract

Although interspecific differences in the relative development of molar occlusal features have been documented for most primate species, wear-related changes in these features are only beginning to be understood. In the present study, the notch between the metaconid and entoconid of M2 was examined in a skeletal sample of Macaca fascicularis, presbytis… (More)

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@article{Teaford1983TheMA, title={The morphology and wear of the lingual notch in macaques and langurs.}, author={Mark F. Teaford}, journal={American journal of physical anthropology}, year={1983}, volume={60 1}, pages={7-14} }