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Enamel pearls: Their occurrence in recent human populations and earliest manifestation in the modern human lineage.

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Summary of "Enamel pearls: Their occurrence in recent human populations and earliest manifestation in the modern human lineage."

To document and describe the occurrence of an enamel pearl on the distal root surface of the maxillary M3 of the fossil hominin specimen from Florisbad, South Africa that is dated to ca. 259,000 years B.P., and is an early representative of Homo sapiens or as a member of the evolutionary line that was directly ancestral to modern humans.

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Name: Archives of oral biology
ISSN: 1879-1506
Pages: 147-155

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