Durham Anthropology Journal (Formerly Dyn)

The Online Journal of the Department of Anthropology
University of Durham

Volume 12 / Issue 2-3 - Summer and Michaelmas 2004

Special Issue Sponsored by the Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group

1st International Workshop on
Evolutionary Changes in the Craniofacial Morphology of Primates
in honour of Prof. Dr. med. et phil. Richard N. Wegner
Institute of Anatomy, Ernst Moritz Arndt University, Greifswald
Greifswald, Germany

18 - 20 September 2003


Introduction to the special issue

Guest Editors: Thomas Koppe and Todd C. Rae

Abstracts Only

Possibilities of age estimation using immature bones of the skull: mandible, maxilla and occipital bone

U. Biedermann, U. Gottschaldt, and H. Bruchhaus

Remarks about the growth of the human condylar process

K. Möller H. Küpper, and W. Linß

Anatomical accuracy of stereolithography: a usefull application in complex surgery and physical anthropology

J. Wulf, H.-B. Gehl, O. Roehrer-Ertl, L.C. Busch

Full Papers

"Hemicephalia" - an important problem of Meckel's scientific work

Rudyard Klunker, Luminita Göbbel, Anette Musil and Rüdiger Schultka

Changes in developmental defects of dental enamel within the space of centuries

K. Woźniak, R. Łagocka, M. Lipski, M. Tomasik, J. Buczkowska-Radlińska and D. Chlubek

The Influence of Human Maxillary Sinus Mucosa on Maxillary Bone Resorption During Pneumatisation Process

Andrzej Wojtowicz, Katarzyna Sporniak-Tutak, Andrea Montella, Pasquale Bandiera, Maciej Dijakiewicz, Iwona Kochanowska and Kazimierz Ostrowski

Fetal Ocular and Orbital Development in Humans

Ewa Tomasik, Damian Czepita, Maria Źejmo, and Florian Czerwiński

Comparison of visual and laser examination of first permanent molars in patients aged 6-7 years

Magorzata Tomasik, Elbieta Weyna, Ewa Tomasik, Mariusz Lipski, Krzysztof Woźniak, Halina Rulkowska

Morphologic Evaluation of the Paranasal Sinuses of the Skulls from Different Historic Periods

Iwona Teul, Florian Czerwiski, Lech Cyryowski, Grzegorz Sawiski, Danuta Miklaszewska

Comparison of the histological structure and elemental composition between primordial and degenerative third molar enamels

Su Xian Tao, Masashi Takahashi, Yukio Miyagawa, and Sen Nakahara

Histology and elemental composition of the thick rodless enamel found in the enamel projection of human molar

Masashi Takahashi, Shinichi Goto, Jin Hua Zheng, and Kan Kobayashi

Article removed at authors' request, 21 February 2005

Mandibular shape in Lemuridae (Primates): analysis of the variability of the outline in lateral view and taxonomic interests

Matthieu Schmittbuhl, Herimalala Raveloson, Jean Rieger, Jean-Marie Le Minor, Yves Rumpler

The "Munich Series": About the genesis, composition, indicative value, and possibilities of evaluation of computer tomography cross sections throughout the taxonomy of the Primates Linnaeus, 1758

Olav Röhrer-Ertl

About the properties of cranial measures taken from primate species, especially concerning metrical age- and gender-diagnosis. II. Lorisidae Gregory, 1915, Cebidae Swainson, 1835 and Callitrichidae Gray, 1821

Olav Röhrer-Ertl

Instrumentation of multi-centric craniofacial collections

Andreas Prescher, Anne Meyers, Diedrich Graf von Keyserlingk

TWIST genes in Primates and head morphology

Renaud Quillet, Corinne Stoetzel, Laurent Bianchetti , Hélène Gachot-Neveu, Véronique Barriel, Yves Rumpler, Héllène Dollfus, Fabienne Perrin-Schmitt

Root and canal morphology of the first human maxillary premolar

Mariusz Lipski¹, Krzysztof Woźniak, Ryta Łagocka, Mańgorzata Tomasik

Aspects of permanent maxillary first molars from archaeological sites in western Poland

Ryta Łagocka, Katarzyna Jakubowska, Mariusz Lipski, Krzysztof Woźniak, Jadwiga Buczkowska-Radlińska, Dariusz Chlubek

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