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Dental Patterns.docx

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Anthropology
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ANTH 1131
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D.Sandgathe

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Dental Patterns -primates have four different types of teeth  Incisors: the cutting teeth  Canines: the grabbing and piercing teeth  Premolars and molars: the grinding teeth Dental arcade: the shape of the teeth as they are arranged in the upper jaw. We humans have an arched dental arcade; it is more parabolic than the dental arcade of apes Strepsirrhini - Characterized as twisted nose or wet nose - Have moist glandul
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