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Author Teaford, Mark F
Title Development, Function and Evolution of Teeth
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2000
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Note Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Part one Genes, molecules and tooth initiation -- 1 Homeobox genes in initiation and shape of teeth during development in mammalian embryos -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Homeobox genes and tooth bud initiation -- 1.3. Patterning of tooth position and shape -- 1.4. Regulation of tooth shape -- 1.5. Ectopic tooth development -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 2 Return of lost structure in the developmental control of tooth shape -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Found and lost: the enamel knot -- 2.3. Cells different from all others: the enamel knot found again -- 2.4. Back to cusps: how many enamel knots are there? -- 2.5. Developmental control of tooth shape? -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 3 Molecules implicated in odontoblast terminal differentiation and dentinogenesis -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Cytological aspects of odontoblast terminal differentiation -- 3.3. Functional aspects -- 3.4. Control of odontoblast terminal differentiation -- 3.4.1. Epigenetic signalling -- Putative role of matrix molecules and substrate adhesion molecules -- Implications of growth factors -- Vitamins A and D -- 3.4.2. Current hypotheses and questions -- 3.5. Conclusion -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 4 Enamel biomineralization: the assembly and disassembly of the protein extracellular organic matrix -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. The enamel proteins -- 4.2.1. Overview -- 4.2.2. Anionic enamel proteins -- Tuftelins -- 4.2.3. The ̀other' enamel proteins: non-amelogenin/non-enamelin -- Ameloblastin -- Sulfated enamel proteins -- Serum- and saliva-derived proteins -- Proteinases -- 4.3. Control of amelogenin gene expression -- 4.4. Self-assembly of enamel proteins -- 4.4.1. Overview -- 4.4.2. Amelogenin assembly into nanospheres
4.4.3. Identification of protein domains directing self-assembly -- 4.4.4. Self-assembly properties of enamel proteins -- 4.5. Matrix disassembly -- 4.5.1. Overview -- 4.5.2. Carboxyl-terminus processing of amelogenins in vitro and in vivo -- 4.5.3. Complete degradation of amelogenin by a serine proteinase, ameloproteinase-I -- 4.5.4. Biological significance of the action of enamel proteinase -- 4.6. A model for enamel biomineralization -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part two Tooth tissues: development and evolution -- 5 Evolutionary origins of dentine in the fossil record of early vertebrates: diversity, development and function -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2. Dentine terminology -- 5.2.1. Historical -- 5.2.2. Terminology -- 5.3. Earliest dentines -- 5.3.1. Fossil tissue characters -- 5.3.2. Early dentine types: cell and tubule arrangement -- 5.4. Developmental aspects of dentines in lower vertebrates -- 5.4.1. Odontoblast phenotypes -- 5.4.2. Matrix fibre pattern -- 5.4.3. Calcification pattern -- 5.5. Functional considerations -- 5.5.1. Sensory -- 5.5.2. Support -- 5.5.3. Reactionary pleromic dentine -- 5.6. Conclusions and future directions -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 6 Pulpo-dentinal interactions in development and repair of dentine -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Pulp-dentine complex: from development to repair -- 6.3. Development and maintenance of the pulp-dentine complex -- 6.3.1. Epigenetic signalling -- 6.3.2. Cell competence -- 6.3.3. Maintenance of odontoblast phenotype -- 6.4. Repair of the pulp-dentine complex -- 6.4.1. Matrix-bound bioactive molecules as epigenetic signals -- 6.4.2. Pulpal precursor cells and reparative dentinogenesis -- 6.5. Physiological versus pathological responses of the dentine-pulp complex -- Summary -- References
7 Prismless enamel in amniotes: terminology, function, and evolution -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. The evolutionary origin of monotypic enamel -- 7.3. History of terminology -- 7.4. Hierarchical terminology -- 7.5. Phylogenetic constraints on schmelzmuster -- 7.6. Functional constraints on schmelzmuster -- 7.6.1. Importance of internal structure -- 7.6.2. Importance of enamel surface morphology -- 7.7. Amelogenesis in prismless amniote enamel -- 7.7.1. Observations on living reptiles -- 7.7.2. Inferences from microstructure -- 7.7.3. Hypotheses of amelogenesis -- 7.7.4. Morphogenesis of enamel cap geometry -- 7.7.5. Prismless enamel in mammals -- 7.8. Evolutionary origin of prismatic enamel -- 7.9. Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 8 Two different strategies in enamel differentiation: Marsupialia versus Eutheria -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Methods -- 8.3. Results -- 8.3.1. Radial enamel -- 8.3.2. Tangential enamel and the simultaneous prism deviation (SPD) -- 8.3.3. Prism decussation -- Hunter-Schreger bands (HSB) -- Irregular enamels -- Zipper enamel and border zone -- 8.4. Conclusions -- 8.5. Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 9 Incremental markings in enamel and dentine: what they can tell us about the way teeth grow -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Using incremental markings in enamel and dentine to study tooth growth -- 9.3. Using incremental markings in studies of fossil tooth growth -- 9.4. Problems of hominoid tooth growth -- 9.4.1. How cuspal enamel may grow differently in primate teeth -- 9.4.2. How dentine grows in the roots of hominoid teeth -- 9.4.3. How to estimate the extension rate of tooth roots -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part three Evolution of tooth shape and dentition -- 10 Evolutionary origins of teeth and jaws: developmental models and phylogenetic patterns -- 10.1. Introduction
10.2. Dermal denticles: homology with teeth -- 10.3. Denticles and teeth in the oropharynx -- 10.4. Origins of teeth before jaws -- 10.5. Bones with teeth -- 10.6. Developmental models -- 10.7. Jaw evolution and function -- 10.8. Phylogenetic conclusions -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 11 Development and evolution of dentition patterns and their genetic basis -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.1.1. Axial definitions for the adult dentition and embryonic jaws -- 11.2. Homodonty and heterodonty -- 11.2.1. Acquisition of multi-cusped cheek teeth in mammals -- 11.2.2. Molar morphogenesis in embryonic development -- 11.2.3. The EK as an organizing centre for the development of individual molars -- 11.2.4. Other enamel organ structures in molar development -- 11.3. The mechanisms for epithelial folding -- 11.4. Tooth shape variation within and among mammalian dentitions -- 11.5. Theories for heterodont dentition patterning -- 11.5.1. Gradient models -- 11.5.2. Clone model -- 11.5.3. Neural crest cells versus epithelium in dentition patterning -- 11.6. Control of dentition patterns at the molecular level genes -- 11.6.1. Combinatorial expression of homeobox genes -- 11.6.2. Extracellular signalling factors -- 11.6.3. Spontaneous mutations with dental phenotypes -- 11.7. Conclusion and perspectives -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 12 Evolution of tooth attachment in lower vertebrates to tetrapods -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Variations of tooth attachment -- 12.2.1. Protoacrodonty (odontodes or odontode generations) -- 12.2.2. Acrodonty -- 12.2.3. Acro-protothecodonty -- 12.2.4. Pleurodonty -- 12.2.5. Thecodonty -- 12.3. Variations of epithelial integrity -- 12.3.1. Acrodontal, acro-protothecodontal and pleurodontal attachment -- 12.3.2. Thecodontal attachment -- 12.4. Evolutionary considerations -- Summary -- References
13 Tooth replacement patterns in non-mammalian vertebrates -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Tooth replacement in sharks -- 13.3. Tooth replacement in bony fish -- 13.4. Tooth replacement in amphibians -- 13.5. Tooth replacement in reptiles -- 13.6. Concluding remarks -- Summary -- References -- 14 The evolution of tooth shape and tooth function in primates -- 14.1. Introduction -- 14.1.1. Brief introduction to fossil primates -- 14.1.2. Regional differentiation of the dentition -- 14.2. The primitive primate molar pattern -- 14.3. Evolution of the hypocone -- 14.4. Molars -- 14.4.1. Differences between the molars -- 14.4.2. Dietary adaptations of molars -- 14.5. Premolars -- 14.6. Canines and incisors -- Summary -- References -- 15 'Schultz's Rule' and the evolution of tooth emergence and replacement patterns in primates and ungulates -- 15.1. Introduction -- 15.2. The dentition in a life-history context -- 15.2.1. Schultz's hypotheses -- 15.2.2. An adaptive model -- 15.3. Materials and methods -- 15.3.1. Definitions -- 15.3.2. Taxa -- 15.3.3. Methods -- 15.3.4. Appendix -- 15.3.5. Analysis -- 15.4. Results -- 15.4.1. Can Schultz's findings be replicated? -- 15.4.2. Do ungulates follow ̀Schultz's Rule?' -- 15.4.3. Quantitative measures -- 15.4.4. Early replacement teeth or late molars? -- 15.4.5. Does emergence sequence reflect facial architecture? -- 15.4.6. Can we predict life histories from sequences of tooth emergence? -- 15.4.7. Unexplained variation -- 15.5. Conclusions -- Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Appendix: complete mandibular emergence sequence (age of emergence of M and life span (both in years) follow species name) -- Part four Macrostructure and function -- 16 Developmental plasticity in the dentition of a heterodont polyphyodont fish species -- 16.1. Introduction
16.2. Phenotypic plasticity in the pharyngeal jaw apparatus in cichlid fishes
Edited overview of the development, function and evolution of vertebrate teeth
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