In the department of Paleoanthropology and Messel Research of the Frankfurt based Senckenberg Research Institute and National History Museum, very fine textures of tooth surfaces are scientifically examined by aid of high-resolution virtual tooth models, with the main emphasis being on the molar teeth of human beings and other primates. To analyse the aspect of occlusion contact between the teeth of the upper and lower jaw as well as the function of mammal teeth, an interdisciplinary working group of paleontologists, paleoanthropologists, dentists and dental technicians has examined and evaluated respective findings based on their digital replica generated with the help of an AICON scanning system. The combination of different research approaches as well as the exchange of different, yet complimenting specialist knowledge helps to promote the general understanding of the natural shape and functional evolution of tooth crowns.
The Museum of Evolution protects and displays Uppsala University's natural history collections fossils, minerals, animals, and plants.
Direkt till fulltext på webbsida. Heliconia Heliconiaceae, order Zingiberales is among the showiest plants of the Neotropical rainforest and represent a spectacular co-evolutionary radiation with hummingbirds. Despite the attractiveness and ecological importance of many Heliconia, the genus has been the subject of limited molecular phylogenetic studies.
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