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Teeth Tell the Tale of Our Lives

News   Mar 26, 2020 | Original story from New York University.

 
Teeth Tell the Tale of Our Lives

Panel A is a longitudinal section of the maxillary second molar of a 35-year-old female who had children at ages 19 and 24. Panel B is a zoomed-in section of Panel A. Panel C reveals, at left, the dentine, covered, at right, by the cementum, which presents two distinct darker "rings" that correspond to the two reproductive events. Credit: Paola Cerrito.

 
 
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