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Patterns of lateral enamel growth in Homo naledi as assessed through perikymata distribution and number.
Journal of Human Evolution: 40-54.
Do mid-crown enamel formation front angles reflect factors linked to the pace of primate growth and development?
Anatomical Record 301:125-139.
Technical Note: Applying standard perikymata profiles to Pongo pygmaeus canines to estimate perikymata counts between linear enamel hypoplasias.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 163: 213-222.
Late Pleistocene hominin teeth from Laoya Cave, southern China.
Anthropological Science 125(3):129-140.
Dental scratches and handedness in East Asian Pleistocene hominins.
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27:937-946.
Micro-CT imaging and analysis of enamel defects on the early Late Pleistocene Xujiayao juvenile.
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26: 935-946.
Brief Communication: Perikymata distribution in Homo with special reference to the Xujiayao juvenile.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 157(4): 684-693.
Direct comparisons of 2D and 3D dental microwear proxies in extant herbivorous and carnivorous mammals.
PloS One, 8(8), e71428.