The 89th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2020)


Session 45. Primate Craniodental Anatomy and Functional Morphology. Contributed Posters. Chair: Christopher Schmitt

April 18, 2020 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Platinum Ballroom Add to calendar
8:00AM Poster setup
9:00AM Poster session opens
1:00PM Odd number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
5:00PM Even number presenters stand by their posters (1 hour)
6:00PM Poster removal
1 Add to calendar Variation in masticatory muscle attachment areas: exploring potential relationships to dental wear and allometry in Otolemur and Saimiri. Elizabeth M. St Clair, Jonathan MG. Perry.
2 Add to calendar Gape drives temporalis muscle architecture dynamics in the tufted capuchin feeding system. Myra F. Laird, Michael C. Granatosky, Andrea B. Taylor, Callum F. Ross.
3 Add to calendar Strain Energy Variation Relates to Food Effects while Strain Orientation Relates to Individual Effects in Robust and Gracile Cebus Morphotypes. Craig D. Byron, Callum F. Ross.
4 Add to calendar Morphological integration of the masticatory apparatus in New World monkeys. Ryan P. Knigge.
5 Add to calendar Bites and chews in two sympatric lemur species in southwestern Madagascar. Mariana Dutra Fogaça, Nina C. Flowers, Nayuta Yamashita.
6 Add to calendar Does Molar Shape Distinguish Robust Capuchin Hybrids (Sapajus nigritus x libidinosus) From Non-Hybrids? A 2D Geometric Morphometric Approach. Emma A. Kozitzky.
7 Add to calendar Dietary correlates of mandibular premolar form in haplorrhine primates. E. Susanne Daly, Gary T. Schwartz.
8 Add to calendar Testing associations between diet and premolar size in four African colobine monkeys. Luke D. Fannin, Jake Arft-Guatelli, Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, Noah T. Dunham, Andrea Donaldson, Pam Cunneyworth, W Scott. McGraw.
9 Add to calendar Relative enamel thickness, cuspal enamel thickness, and lateral wall enamel thickness in maxillary premolars and molars of apes and hominins. Mackie C. O'Hara, Patrick Mahoney, Gary T. Schwartz, Matthew M. Skinner, Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg.
10 Add to calendar Differences in development of the deciduous dentition between Gorilla gorilla and Gorilla berengei. Rachel R. Dickerson, Emily E. Hammerl.
11 Add to calendar Intraspecific Analysis of Chimpanzee Dental Crown and Root Proportions. Emily Shipley, James D. Pampush.
12 Add to calendar Motif and occlusal fingerprint analyses reveal sex-specific molar wear patterns in western chimpanzees. Julia Stuhltraeger, Ellen Schulz-Kornas, Ottmar Kullmer, Marcel Janocha, Roman M. Wittig, Kornelius Kupczik.
13 Add to calendar Graph theory applied to dental topography helps isolating and comparing the sharpest tools of primate molars. Ghislain Thiery, Franck Guy, Vincent Lazzari, Sebastian O. Sosa.
14 Add to calendar Changes in molar topography and 3D shear crest lengths with tooth wear in two cercopithecid primates from Malaysia. Ellis M. Locke.
15 Add to calendar Investigating the relationship between mental foramen number and cross-sectional area. Caitlin B. Yoakum, Claire E. Terhune.
16 Add to calendar Ontogenetic differences in the midline cranial synchondroses of primates. Tim D. Smith, Brody Wood, Lanre Oladipupo, Nanami Mano, Jane Taylor, Hayley Corbin, Alexander Ufelle, Emily Durham, Christopher J. Vinyard, James J. Cray, Valerie B. DeLeon.
17 Add to calendar Trabecular bone variation in the mandibular condyle and its association with diet in different Macaque species. Ella J. M. Brown, Jay T. Stock.
18 Add to calendar Tough nut to crack: Durophagy and the tympanic plate in Cercopithecines. Ellen E. I. Fricano, Kaya G. Zelazny.
19 Add to calendar Variation in craniodental pathologies among cercopithecoid primates. Claire A. Kirchhoff, Siobhán B. Cooke, D. Rex Mitchell, Claire E. Terhune.
20 Add to calendar Analysis of landmark variation in the study of cranial fluctuating asymmetry. Ashly N. Romero, David R. Mitchell, Claire E. Terhune.
21 Add to calendar Bony Labyrinth Fluctuating Asymmetry does not Reflect Gestational Malnutrition in Rats. Devin L. Ward, Emma Pomeroy, Lauren Schroeder, Jocelyn E. Roy, Laura T. Buck, Jay T. Stock, Mary T. Silcox, T. Bence Viola.
22 Add to calendar A link between orbital convergence and locomotor behavior in leporids and its implications for the evolution of the primate visual system. Brian Kraatz, Luisa Frankenberg, Emma Sherratt, Lars Schmitz.
23 Add to calendar In Search of Linear Enamel Hypoplasia in a Stressed Population of Propithecus diadema. Melissa S. Seaboch, Karen E. Samonds, Jean-Luc Raharison, Mitchell T. Irwin.
24 Add to calendar Developmental defects of deciduous teeth can be linear too: an analysis of enamel hypoplasia in juvenile great apes. Kate McGrath, Carsten Witzel, Eliza Orellana-González, Uwe Kierdorf, Horst Kierdorf, Emmy Bocaege.
25 Add to calendar Differences in enamel extension rates in modern southern Africans and Europeans correspond with differences in their crown formation times. Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, Gina Mcfarlane, Carolina Loch, Sophie White, Rosie Pitfield, Priscilla Bayle, Bruce Floyd, Patrick Mahoney.
26 Add to calendar Inter-cuspal fluctuating asymmetry of deciduous second molars is not different than their permanent homologues in contemporary New Mexicans. Emily Moes, Heather JH. Edgar.
27 Add to calendar The Impact of Facial Reduction on Canine Paranasal Sinuses. Ciele Rosenberg, Molly Selba, Valerie DeLeon.
28 Add to calendar Canine size is genetically correlated with body size in the Cayo Santiago rhesus macaques. Anna M. Hardin.
29 Add to calendar Strong dental trait correspondence between the outer enamel surface (OES) and the enamel-dentine junction (EDJ) in the Great Ape Dental Scoring System. Varsha Pilbrow, Thomas McGain.