sinodonty

sinodonty

A dental pattern seen in people from eastern and northern Asia—e.g., modern Japanese, Buryats, Chinese, east Siberians, Mongols, Aleuts, Eskimos, and Western Hemisphere aborigines.
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This finding is likely related to the differences in Sinodonty and Sundadonty described by Turner (1990).
These are all East Asian and East Asian-derived populations who exhibit Sinodonty. Combined, 87 of 101 individuals were assigned to one of these three groups.
Major features of Sundadonty and Sinodonty, including suggestions about East Asian microevolution, population history, and late Pleistocene relationships with Australian aboriginals.
Matsushita 2003 "Dental Morphology of the Dawenkou Neolithic Population in North China: Implications for the Origin and Distribution of Sinodonty", Journal of Human Evolution, No.
1979 "Sinodonty and Sundadonty: A Dental Anthropological View of Mongoloid Microevolution, Origin and Dispearsal into Pacific Basin, Siberia, and Americas", 14th Pacific Sciences Congress, Khabarovsk, vol.
Major features of sundadonty and sinodonty including suggestions about east Asian microevolution, population history and late Pleistocene relationships with Australian aboriginals.
Dental fusion, also called Sinodonty, is a dental anomaly which is the union of two tooth germs, which may happen in any of this-god of odontogenesis from the dental lamina.
Major features of sudadonty and sinodonty, including suggestions about East Asian microevolution, population history and late pleistocene relationships with Australian aboriginals.
With the exception of the expression of the odontome, it can be said that there is generally an increase through time in dental trait frequencies associated with northeast Asians (i.e., sinodonty).