TITLE

COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON THE CURVE OF SPEE MAMMALS, WITH A DISCUSSION OF ITS RELATION TO THE FORM OF THE FOSSA MANDIBULARIS

AUTHOR(S)
NAGAO, MASARU
PUB. DATE
June 1919
SOURCE
Journal of Dental Research;Jun1919, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p159
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses a comparative study concerning the curvature of the mandibular occlusal plane (the curve of Spee) in mammals and its relation to the design of the fossa mandibularis. It states that in 1890 Ferdinand Graf von Spee discovered this curvature between the bicuspids and molars and theorized on its relation to the mechanism of mastication.It examines research data and fails to find a definite relationship between the inclination of the fossa mandibularis and the curve of Spee.
ACCESSION #
36465439

 

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