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Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones

G. A. KlevezalК№

Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones

by G. A. KlevezalК№

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations [available from U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.] in Jerusalem .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mammals -- Age.,
  • Age determination (Zoology),
  • Teeth.,
  • Bone.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] G. A. Klevezalʹ and S. E. Kleinenberg. Translated from Russian [by J. Salkind].
    ContributionsKleinenberg, Sergeĭ Evgenʹevich.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL738 .K5413
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5738316M
    LC Control Number70604689

    Naylor JW, Miller WG, Stokes GN, Stott GG. Cemental annulation enhancement: A technique for age determination in man. Am J Phys Anthropol ; Grosskopf B. Incremental lines in prehistoric cremated teeth. Z Morpho Anthro ; Klevezal GA, Kleinenberg SE. Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and. In , the mammals were comprehensively revised by Malcolm C. McKenna and Susan K. Bell, which has resulted in the McKenna/Bell classification. Their book, Classification of Mammals above the Species Level, is a comprehensive work on the systematics, relationships and occurrences of all mammal taxa, living and extinct, down through the rank of genus, though molecular genetic data.

    All teeth have three layers: enamel, dentin, and pulp. The enamel is the outermost layer and is primarily made of calcium phosphate minerals. Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, but it does not grow back once it’s lost. Bacteria can form a biofilm called plaque on the surface of teeth and the carboxylic acids produced by these bacteria can wear down your enamel, causing dental. KLEVEZAL, G. A. AND S. E. KLEINENBERG. Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones. Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Severtsov Institute of Animal Morphology. Trans-lated by Israel Program for Scientific Translations, pp. LAYNE, J. N. AND W. H. McKEON. Notes on the development of the red fox fetus. N.

    The book comprises three parts: “Key Terms and Concepts” defines basic dental terminology, “The Evolution of Mammal Teeth” gives full coverage of the history of teeth in all vertebrates, and “The Teeth of Recent Mammals” surveys the dental shape and diversity in extant mammals. The Cenozoic era is named the age of mammals, for this is the time which mammals rapidly started to increase EVOLUTION Animals evolved from the group of reptiles called Therapids Therapids have both reptilian and mammalian characteristics Therapids have a jaw bone composed of 5 bones .


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Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones by G. A. KlevezalК№ Download PDF EPUB FB2

Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones. Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations [available from U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication.

Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones Vol Issue of TT (Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information (U.S.))) Academy of Sciences of the USSR: Authors: Galina Aleksandrovna Klevezalʹ, Sergeĭ Evgenʹevich Kleĭnenberg: Publisher.

Author(s): Klevezal',G A(Galina Aleksandrovna); Kleĭnenberg,S E(Sergeĭ Evgen'evich) Title(s): Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones [by] G. Klevezal' and S.

Kleinenberg. Country of Publication: Israel Publisher: Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations,   Growth layers in the dentine of about 75 dugong, Dugong dugon (Müller), unworn permanent incisor teeth have been examined with a view to absolute age determination.

Thirteen of these teeth come from complete skulls which had previously been allocated relative ages within three arbitrary life stage groups (Mitchell, ).The layer numbers found range from zero to 57 1 2, with a Cited by: Therefore, the age determination from growth layers requires annual cement growth to be recognized and counted (Choquenot and Saunders, ;Sáez-Royuela et al., ).

Recording Structures of Mammals. Determination of Age and Reconstruction of Life History using growth layers formed in teeth and bones of mammals to make a judgement on essential traits of the. Given the importance of obtaining age estimates, various tissues and methods have been investigated for elucidating growth layers (Perrin and Myrick, ; McCann, ; Klevezal’, ).The most commonly used tissue has been teeth, as they have been for terrestrial mammals (Klevezal’ and Kleinenberg, ).Fortunately, odontocetes (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3), pinnipeds, sea otters.

Growth layers in bone and tooth tissues of mammals were discovered only in the middle of this century (SchefferLawsChapskyi a). Then the amount. DOI link for Recording Structures of Mammals. Recording Structures of Mammals book. Recording Structures of Mammals This text focuses on the principles and methods of using growth layers formed in teeth and bones of mammals to make a judgement on essential traits of the animal's life history.

Age determination of mammals from temperate. Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones. Development of a fast and low-cost age determination method in spotted deer, Axis axis.

About this book. This guide is intended to highlight for beginners the main points on which identifications can be made on the bulk of bones and teeth from a small range of common mammals. It should then become a launching pad for further, more intensive study of a wider range of species.

Key words: age determination, growth layers, GLGs, teeth, Tursiops trunrutus, bottlenose dolphin, known age, long-term studies.

The ability to estimate the age of individuals has been an important tool in the study of population biology. For most species of mammals, we have been able to count growth layers in teeth or bones to obtain age. Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones.

Translation by Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem, Kolb, H., Book reviewwebbased Netherlands scientific journal () Klevezal, G.A. Recording structures of mammals: determination of age and reconstruction of life. This is a nicely designed book aimed at supporting lab work in zooarchaeology.

The body of the book is illustrations of skeletal elements and articular surfaces of major European domesticates and several wild mammal species (deer and bear). The illustrations of teeth match the ones found in Teeth by the same s:   Accurate determination of age is essential for many ecological studies.

Though counts of cementum annuli zones in teeth usually provide the most accurate measure of age in mammals, the technique is technically demanding, highly invasive and expensive. Consequently, ecologists and archaeologists are constantly seeking alternative methods of accurate age determination.

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“Longitudinal sections of a tooth of a sperm g successive masses of osteodentine” (Boschma,aption for PI). Note the thick cementum, showing as a white border on the right and left sides of each section.

useful indicators of age. Get this from a library. Recording structures of mammals: determination of age and reconstruction of life history. [G A Klevezalʹ] -- "This book is focused on the principals and methods of using growth layers formed in teeth and bones of mammals and to make a judgement on essential traits of the animal's life history.

Nearly in all. AGE OF BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN 41 which is that just one layer is set down per year. They accepted the hypothesis that GLGs are deposited in the first year, while one GLG is deposited in all other years, rather than a rate of GLGs per year or GLGs per year until puberty and one GLG per year thereafter.

Direct evidence on the rate of dentinal growth has supported an annual for. Simple method of age determination in red fox, Vulpes vulpes [Determining the age of mammals from the structure of their teeth and bones].

Nauka, Moskva, G. A Klevezaland S. E Kleinenberg Age determination of mammals from annual layers in teeth and bones. by Israel Program for Scientific Translations Press, Jerusalem, Israel (translated from Russian). Google Scholar.Mlekipitayushchikn PO Sloistym Strukturan Zubov i Kosti (Age determination of Mammals by Layered Structures in Teeth and Bones).

Akademiya Nauk SSSR. pp. (Fish. Res. Bd Can., Transl. Ser.pp.) Nishiwaki, M., Hibiya, T. and Ohsumi, S. 19S8. Age study of sperm whale based on reading of tooth laminations. Sci. Rep. Whales.