The 87th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2018)

Session 35. Primate Teeth and Jaws. Contributed Posters. Chair: Paola Cerrito

April 13, 2018 , Zilker 1/2/3 Add to calendar

Authors present 7:00-8:00am and noon-1:00 pm

1 Add to calendar Tooth crown volume of subadult primates: a methodology for measuring age-related changes. Tim D. Smith, Kelsey A. Paddock, Larissa M. Zeigler, Russell T. Hogg, Christopher J. Vinyard, Valerie B. DeLeon.
2 Add to calendar A comparison of the cross-sectional area of the primate mandibular canal and associated foramina. Caitlin B. Yoakum, Claire E. Terhune.
3 Add to calendar Macaque Attack: The association between dental pathologies and temporomandibular osteoarthritis in Macaca fascicularis. Claire A. Kirchhoff, Siobhán B. Cooke, Claire E. Terhune.
4 Add to calendar Jaw muscle positions facilitate gape-specific feeding strategies in platyrrhines. Zachary S. Klukkert.
5 Add to calendar Primate zygomatic arch root position in relation to dietary type. Hallie M. Edmonds, E. susanne Daly, Irene E. Smail.
6 Add to calendar Load at first bite: comparative analysis of incisor cross-sectional area in anthropoid primates. Jacob A. Wood, Jeremiah E. Scott.
7 Add to calendar Taxonomic classification of hominoid upper and lower first molar crown outlines: which molar and which method works best?. Paola Cerrito, Alejandra Ortiz, Clare M. Kimock, Kai He, Shara E. Bailey.
8 Add to calendar Dental wear of the mandibular deciduous fourth premolar in a cross-sectional analysis of six great ape species. Kierstin K. Catlett, E. Susanne Daly.
9 Add to calendar Macaque Attack: Variation in craniofacial and TMJ shape in Macaca fascicularis. Claire E. Terhune, Claire A. Kirchhoff, Siobhan B. Cooke.
10 Add to calendar Non-metric traits at the enamel-dentine junction of hominoid mandibular third premolars. Thomas W. Davies, Lucas K. Delezene, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Matthew M. Skinner.
11 Add to calendar Variation in dentin structure in Macaca fascicularis, Cebus apella and Lynx rufus. Elise Geissler.
12 Add to calendar Differential Enamel Thickness in the Anterior Dentition as a Signal for Gouging Behavior. Keegan R. Selig, Sergi López-Torres, Adam Hartstone-Rose, Anne M. Burrows, Mary T. Silcox.
13 Add to calendar Macaque Attack: Dental topography through a wear sequence in Macaca fascicularis. Siobhán B. Cooke, Anna Wisniewski, Claire E. Terhune, Claire A. Kirchhoff.
14 Add to calendar Maxillary first molar outlines of Gorilla gorilla and Pan troglodytes: a comparison of taxon and site differences using elliptical Fourier analysis. Frank L. Williams, Katherine M. Lane.
15 Add to calendar Histological correlates of LEH expression in great apes. Kate McGrath, Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, Sireen El Zaatari, Keely Arbenz-Smith, Donald J. Reid, Michael R. Cranfield, Tara S. Stoinski, Timothy G. Bromage, Antoine Mudakikwa, Shannon C. McFarlin.
16 Add to calendar Application of a Developmental Model to Hominoid Supernumerary Molars. Evelyn S. Glaze, Gary T. Schwartz.
17 Add to calendar Variation in relative condyle height in primates. Elizabeth M. St Clair, Jonathan MG. Perry.
18 Add to calendar My, what big teeth you have! A structural model for relative snout length in primates. Valerie Burke. DeLeon, Timothy D. Smith.
19 Add to calendar Periodic and accentuated enamel structures along with trace elemental distribution permit age assessments of dietary transitions in the dentitions of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii), and red-tailed monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) . Maire Malone, Laura MacLatchy, John Kingston, Guillaume Girard.
20 Add to calendar Environmental correlates of community niche structure in extant cercopithecid primates. Irene E. Smail.