The Dental Anthropology Association is pleased to announce the addition of The Turner-Scott Dental Anthropology System (ASUDAS) dental plaque set on Bone Clones.
From the website: "The Turner-Scott Dental Anthropology System dental plaques are a series of 24 reference plaques that highlight human tooth morphology and variation. Created by Dr. Christy G. Turner II, Dr. Christian R. Nichol, and Dr. G. Richard Scott, this standardized collection of plaques showcase non-metric tooth crown and root traits that are found in a given human population, as well as showing the degree of expression of each trait. Included with the set of plaques are an annotated bibliography of references and a history of the dental plaque system written by one of the original developers of the DAS standards, Dr. G. Richard Scott. A portion of sales will go to the Dental Anthropology Association to help fund student activities and research.
This set comes packaged in a sturdy box with 3 foam trays that hold the plaques securely to allow for convenient storage and transportation. "