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Sex Differences in Dental Caries Rates With the Origin of Agriculture in South Asia

Lukacs, John R.


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  "description": "Questions concerning the impact of agriculture upon the health of prehistoric human populations have played an important role in the design and conduct of research in skeletal biology and dental anthropology over the past decade.", 
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  "datePublished": "1996-02-01", 
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