Morning plenary: Aquatic treasures of dental patterning.
Genetic basis of evolutionary tooth shape variations: The role of the Notch signalling pathway.
Tooth replacement: More teeth please.
Conodont affinity: The ultimate parlour game
Gnathal plates, marginal jaw bones and shedding teeth: New thoughts on the origin of the osteichthyan dentition
Afternoon plenary: New views on early sharks, dentitions, and primitive conditions.
Tooth-like structures on the rostra of sawfish and sawsharks: Teeth, denticles or neither?
Tooth initiation and patterning in the context of the ectoderm-endoderm border.
The fish-tetrapod transition investigated via 3D virtual bone histology.
Mechanical constraint of the jawbone during development shapes the evolution of rodent molars.
Biting out a Moya-inspired career: From trout teeth to stem cells.
From 18:00, drinks and nibbles in the Life Sciences Museum, Gordon Museum