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Tooth histology and ultrastructure of a Paleozoic shark, Edestus heinrichii

Katherine Taylor

Tooth histology and ultrastructure of a Paleozoic shark, Edestus heinrichii

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Published by Field Museum of Natural History in [Chicago] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Illinois.
    • Subjects:
    • Edestus heinrichii.,
    • Paleontology -- Pennsylvanian.,
    • Paleontology -- Illinois.,
    • Teeth, Fossil -- Illinois.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKatherine Taylor and Thomas Adamec.
      SeriesFieldiana., v. 33, no. 24, Publication - Field Museum of Natural History ; 1253, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ;, 1253.
      ContributionsAdamec, Thomas, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE1 .F4 vol. 33, no. 24, QE852.E55 .F4 vol. 33, no. 24
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 441-470 :
      Number of Pages470
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4908009M
      LC Control Number76056537

      1. Evol Dev. Mar-Apr;3(2) Teeth outside the mouth in teleost fishes: how to benefit from a developmental accident. Sire JY(1). Author information: (1)CNRS UMR , Université Paris 7, France. [email protected] Evolution proceeds by the selection of characters that enhance survival rates so that the long-term outcome for a species is better adaptation to its environment. Tooth Anatomy. To understand some of the concepts and terms that we use in discussing dental conditions, it is helpful to have a picture of what these terms represent. This picture is from the American Veterinary Dental College. Crown: The portion of the tooth projecting from the gums.


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Volume 3D. Chondrichthyes. Paleozoic Elasmobranchii: Teeth | Find, read and cite all the research. Abstract. The macroscopic anatomy of the tooth is well known to the dentists. However, the histology and ultrastructural aspects of the tooth are not visible during the clinical procedures, but at the same time, they are subject to modification during the cavity preparation and filling.

The great diversity of dinosaurian tooth shapes and sizes, and in particular, the amazing dental complexity in derived ornithischians has attracted a lot of attention. However, the evolution of dental batteries in hadrosaurids and ceratopsids is difficult to understand without a broader comparative framework.

Here we describe tooth histology and development in the "middle" Cretaceous. Tooth Histology and Ultrastructure of a Paleozoic Shark, Edestus Heinrichii: Fieldiana, Geology, Vol, No by Thomas Adamec, Katherine Taylor (Goodreads Author)/5(). Background: Traditional techniques for preparation of teeth for histological analysis include: 1) Ground section of non-decalcified tooth and view by polarized light.

Teeth. The tooth can be divided into two main areas: the crown and the root. Most of the hard tissue in teeth is dentine, a special calcified tissue, derived from dentine in the root is covered by a layer of cementum, calcified tissue derived from tooth is then connected to bone by the periodontal ligament, which has wide bundles of collagen fibres, and is.

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For the osteodont histotype, we studied teeth of the great white shark, Carcharodon carcharias (Lamniformes: Lamnidae). We document similarities and differences in tooth development and the microstructure of tissues in these two species and review the history of definitions and interpretations of elasmobranch tooth histotypes.

Edestus cf. heinrichi, Edestus heinrichii, Edestus heinrichsi Types Redefining species concepts for the Pennsylvanian scissor tooth shark, Edestus.

PLoS ONE, 14 (9): e Tooth Histology and Ultrastructure of a Paleozoic Shark, Edsetus heinrichii. Fieldiana Geology, 33 (24): – •The anatomy of the primary teeth is similar to that of permanent teeth except: primary teeth are smaller in size They are whiter The crowns are shorter The occlusal table is narrower faciolingually Pulp chambers are larger Roots are longer and slender Root Trunk: area from the cementoenamel junction to the furcation are shorter Have fewer anomalies and variations in tooth form.

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First report from New Mexico, North American paleobiogeography, and a new hypothesis on its method of predation. Mountain Geologist, Itano, W.M. An abraded tooth of Edestus (Chondrichthyes, Eugeneodontiformes): Evidence for a unique mode of predation.

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As previously discussed, shark-like teeth (e.g., with cusps) are found in taxa such as Helodus (Helodontiformes) Tooth histology and ultrastructure of a Paleozoic shark. Vol. Edestus heinrichii: Fieldiana Geology. Tooth Morphology, histology & Landmarks.

Chapter 8 & 9. STUDY. PLAY. The study of microscopic structure and function of the tissues. Histology.

The study of the tissues of the teeth and the structures of the oral cavity that surround the teeth. Oral Histology. Origin of the tooth. Odontogenesis. The tooth begins formation from the dental lamina. Pathological C. carcharias tooth, Chile.

Pathological shark teeth are developmental abnormalities commonly found in the shark tooth fossil record that may be caused by a variety of reasons: genetic mutation, damaged or immature teeth. Pathological teeth develop with distorted or disfigured crowns, and collectors usually have little or no trouble recognizing them.

Enamel. Enamel formation, amelogenesis, is accomplished by cells called cells originate from the embryonic germ layer known as covers the anatomic crown of the tooth and varies in thickness in different areas (see Fig. ).It is thicker at the incisal and occlusal areas of a tooth and becomes progressively thinner until it terminates at the cementoenamel.

Types of Pulp. Figure 5 illustrates the regions where the two types of dental pulp are located. Coronal pulp (A) (Lab Image 3) occupies the crown of the tooth and has six surfaces; occlusal, mesial, distal, buccal, lingual and the floor.

Pulp horns (B) are protrusions of the pulp that extend up into the cusps of the age, pulp horns diminish and the coronal pulp decreases in. Types of teeth. Most people start off adulthood with 32 teeth, not including the wisdom teeth.

There are four types of teeth, and each plays an important role in how you eat, drink, and speak. Paleozoic Eugeneodontid Shark Tooth.

Paleozoic Eugeneodontid Shark Tooth. Caseodus sp. Class Chondrichthyes, Subclass Elasmobranchii, Order Eugeneodontida. Geological Time: Upper Pennsylvanian, Missourian Stage, (~ million years ago) Size ( mm = 1 inch): Shark Tooth 14 mm; Matrix: 40 mm by 40 mm.

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Beneath the enamel is a layer of center of the tooth is filled with pulp that contains nerves and vessels, extending down as the root canal. and exiting at the apical root of the tooth, covered by cementum, is embedded in bone and anchored by the periodontal ligament.fetal rat (mid) (developing tooth) (H&E) fetal rat (late) (developing tooth) (H&E) tongue, filiform, and fungiform papillae (H&E) tongue, circumvalate papillae, and von Ebner's glands (H&E) lip, oral mucosa (H&E) tongue, plastic (hematoxylin/toluidine blue-phloxinate) lingual tonsil (H&E) gingiva (H&E) mature.