Sie sind hier: Startseite Abteilungen Paläontologie Arbeitsgruppen Vertebraten ehemalige Forschergruppen FOR 771 Publikationen


  1. Mau, M., Kaiser, T. M., Südekum, K.-H. 2009. Evidence fort he presence of carbonic anhydrase 29-kDa-isoenzyme in salivary secretions of three ruminating species and the gelada baboon. - Archives of Oral Biology, 54: 354-360.
  2. Mau, M., Südekum, K.-H., Johann, A., Sliwa, A., Kaiser, T. M. 2009. Saliva of the graminivorous Theropithecus gelada lacks proline-rich proteins and tannin-binding capacity.- American Journal of Primatology, 71(8):663-669.

  3. Mau, M., Südekum, K.-H., Kaiser, T. M. 2009. Why cattle feed much and humans think much - new approach to confirm the expensive tissue hypothesis by molecular data. – Bioscience Hypotheses 2:205-208.

  4. Mau, M., Kaiser, T. M., Südekum, K.-H. 2010. Carbonic anhydrase II is secreted from bovine parotid glands. – Histology and Histopathology 25:321-329.

  5. Kaiser, T. M., Brasch, J., Castell, J. C., Schulz, E., Clauss, M. 2009. Tooth wear in captive wild ruminant species differs from that of free-ranging conspecific. Mammalian Biology 74: 425-437.

  6. Kaiser, T. M., Fickel, J., Streich, W. J., Hummel, J., Clauss, M. 2009. Enamel ridge alignment in upper molars of ruminants in relation to their natural diet. - Journal of Zoology 281: 12-25.

  7. Lazzari , V., Schultz, J. A., Tafforeau, P., Martin, T. 2010. The occlusal pattern in paulchoffatiid multituberculates and the evolution of cusp morphology in mammaliamorphs with rodentlike dentitions. – Journal of Mammalian Evolution. DOI 10.1007/s10914-010-9139-5.

  8. Koenigswald, W. v., Anders, U., Engels, S., Schultz, J., Ruf, I. 2010. Tooth morphology in fossil and extant Lagomorpha (Mammalia) reflects different mastication patterns – Journal of Mammalian Evolution. DOI 10.1007/s10914-010-9140-z

  9. Rivals, F., Schulz, E., Kaiser, T. M. 2009. Late and middle Pleistocene ungulates dietary diversity in Western Europe indicate variations of Neanderthal paleoenvironments through time and space. – Quaternary Science Review 28: 3388-3400.

  10. Kahlke, R.D., Kaiser, T. M. (in press): Generalism as a subsistence strategy - Advantages and limitations of the highly flexible feeding traits of Pleistocene Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia). - Quaternary Science Reviews

  11. Merceron, G., Kaiser T. M., Kostopoulos, D. S., Schulz, E. (2010): Ruminant Diets and the Miocene Extinction of European Great Apes. - Proceedings of the Royal Society Ser. B. 277:3105-3112.

  12. Schulz E., Calandra I., Kaiser T. M. (2010): Applying tribology to teeth of hoofed mammals. Scanning 32:162-182.

  13. Rivals, F., Mihlbachler, M. C., Solounias, N., Mol, D., Semprebon, G. M., Vos, J. de, Kalthoff, D. 2009: Palaeoecology of the mammoth steppe fauna from the late Pleistocene of the North Sea and Alaska: separating species preferences from geographic influence in paleoecological dental wear analysis. – Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 286: 42-54. (doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2009.12.002).

  14. Kullmer, O., Benazzi, S., Fiorenza, L., Schulz, D., Bacso, S., Winzen, O. 2009. Technical Note: Occlusal Fingerprint Analysis (OFA): Quantification of tooth wear pattern. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 139: 600–605.

  15. Mau, M., Südekum, K.-H., Johann, A., Sliwa, A., Kaiser, T. 2010. Indication of higher salivary alpha-amylase expression in hamadryas baboons and geladas compared to chimpanzees and humans. - Journal of Medical Primatology 39:187-190 (doi:10.1111/j.1600-0684.2010.00407.x).

  16. Koenigswald, W. v., Rose, K. D., Holbrook L.T. (2011). Diversity and evolution of Hunter−Schreger Band configuration in tooth enamel of perissodactyl mammals. – Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56:11-32.

  17. Steuer, P., Clauss, M., Südekum, K.-H., Hatt, J.-M., Silinski, S., Klomburg, S., Zimmermann, W., Fickel, J., Streich, W. J., Hummel, J. 2010. Comparative investigations on digestion in grazing (Ceratotherium simum) and browsing (Diceros bicornis) rhinoceroses. - Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 156: 380-388.

  18. Koenigswald, W. v., Kalthoff, D. C., Semprebon G. M. (2010). The microstructure of enamel, dentine and cementum in advanced Taeniodonta ( Mammalia) with comments on their dietary adaptations – Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
    30: 1797-1804.

  19. Kalthoff, D. C. 2011. Microstructure of dental hard tissues in fossil and Recent xenarthrans (Mammalia: Folivora and Cingulata). Journal of Morphology.
    272: 641-661

  20. Schultz, J. A., Martin, T. (2011): Wear pattern and functional morphology of dryolestoid molars (Mammalia, Cladotheria). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 85: 269-285.

  21. Mau, M, (in review) "Expression of GPR30 and GPR43 in oral tissues: deriving new hypotheses on the role of diet in animal physiology and the development of oral cancers"

  22. Anders U., Koenigswald W.v., Ruf, I., & Smith B.H.(2011): Generalized individual dental age stages (IDAS) for fossil and extant placental mammals. Paläontologische Zeitschrift DOI 10.1007/s12542-011-0098-9

  23. Jürgen Hummel, Eva Findeisen, Karl-Heinz Südekum, Irina Ruf, Thomas M. Kaiser, Martin Bucher, Marcus Clauss and Daryl Codron (2011): Another one bites the dust: faecal silica levels in large herbivores correlate with high-crowned teeth - Proc. R. Soc. B published online 10 November 2010 doi: 10.1098/rspb.2010.1939

  24. Koenigswald W.v. (2011): Diversity of hypsodont teeth in mammalian dentitions - Construction and classification . Palaeontographica A 294:63-94.

  25. Benazzi, S., Kullmer, O., Grosse I.R., ,. Weber, G.W. (2011): Brief communication: comparing loading scenarios in lower first molar supporting bone structure using 3D Finite Element Analysis - American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147: 128-134.

  26. Mau M, Almeida AM, Coelho AV, Südekum KH. First identification of tannin-binding proteins in saliva of Papio hamadryas using MS/MS mass spectrometry. American Journal of Primatology (2011, accepted)

  27. Fiorenza, L., Benazzi, S., Tausch, J., Kullmer, O., Bromage, T.G., Schrenk, F. (2011). Molar Macrowear Reveals Neanderthal Eco-Geographic Dietary Variation. PLoS ONE 6(3): e14769. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014769

  28. Fiorenza L, Benazzi S, Kullmer O (2011). Para-masticatory wear facets and their functional significance in hunter-gatherer maxillary molars. Journal of Archaeological Science 38: 2182-2189.

  29. Benazzi S, Kullmer O, Grosse IR, Weber GW (2011). Using occlusal wear information and finite element analysis to investigate stress distributions in human molars . Journal of Anatomy 219:259-272.

  30. Benazzi, S., Viola, B., Kullmer, O., Fiorenza, L., Harvati K., Metscher, B., Paul, T., Gruppioni G., Weber G.W., Mallegni, F. (2011). A reassessment of the Neanderthal teeth from Taddeo cave (southern Italy), Journal of Human Evolution, 61(4): 377-387.

  31. Kalthoff , D.C. , Rose, K.D. and Koenigswald, W.v. (2011). Dental microstructure in Palaeanodon and Tubulodon (Palaeanodonta) and bioerosional tunneling as a widespread phenomenon in fossil mammal teeth. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31: 1303-1313.

  32. Calandra, I., Schulz, E., Pinnow, M., Krohn, S., Kaiser, T. M. (2012) Teasing apart the contributions of hard dietary items on 3d dental microtextures in primates. Journal of Human Evolution 63-85-98. DOI 10.1016/j.jhevol.2012.05.001

  33. Kaiser, T.M., Müller, D.W.H., Fortelius, M., Schulz, E., Codron, D., Clauss, M. (2011). Hypsodonty and tooth facet development in relation to diet and habitat in herbivorous ungulates: implications for understanding tooth wear, Mammal Review, 43(1):34-46.

  34. Winkler, D.E., Schulz, E., Calandra, I., Gailer, J.P., Landwehr, C., Kaiser, T.M. (2013). Indications for a dietary change in the extinct Bovid genus Myotragus< (Plio-Holocene, Mallorca, Spain). GeoBios, 46(1-2): 143-150.

  35. Winkler, D. and Kaiser, T.M. (2011): A case study of seasonal, sexual and ontogenetic divergence in the feeding behaviour of the moose (Alces alces LINNÉ, 1758). Verh. Naturwiss. Ver. Hamburg 46: 331-348.

  36. Engels, S. (2011): Funktionelle und morphologische Transformationen der Molaren bei frühen Hippomorpha im Hinblick auf den Mastikationprozess. - Dissertation der Universität Bonn.
  37. Schultz, J. A. (2012): Funktionelle Morphologie und Abnutzungsmuster prätribosphenischer Molaren am Beispiel der Dryolestida (Mammalia, Cladotheria). Dissertation der Universität Bonn.
  38. Anders, U. (2011): Funktionsmorphologische Veränderungen und Funktionalitätserhaltung in bunodonten, selenodonten und secodonten Gebissen. Dissertation der Universität Bonn.
  39. Kullmer, O.,Schulz, D. and Benazzi, S. (2012): An experimental approach to evaluate the correspondence between wear facet position and occlusal movements. Anatomical Record, 295: 846-852

  40. Koenigswald, W.v., Anders, U., Engels, S., Schultz, J.A., & Kullmer O (2013): Jaw movement in fossil mammals: analysis, description and visualization.- Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 87 (1): 141-159

  41. Schulz, E., Fraas, S., Kaiser, T.M., Cunningham, P., Ismail, K., Wronski, T. (2013). Food preferences and tooth wear in sand gazelle (Gazella marica), Mammalian Biology, 78(1):55-62.

  42. Braune, C., Lieberei, R., Steinmacher, D. , Kaiser, T.M. 2012. A simple micowave extraction method for the isolation and identification of plant opal phytoliths. Biologia 67: 927-930.

  43. Jordana, X., Marin-Moratalla, N., DeMiguel, D., Kaiser, T.M. and M. Köhler. 2012. Evidence of correlated evolution of hypsodonty and exceptiional longevity in endemic insular mammals. Proc. R. Soc. B.

  44. Tütken, T. Kaiser, T.M., Vennemann, T. Merceron, G. (2013): Opportunistic feeding strategy for teh earliest Old World hypsodont equids: Evidence from stable isotope compositions and dental wear. PLOS ONE 8/9: e74463.

  45. Schulz E., Piotrowski V., Clauss M., Mau M., Merceron G., Kaiser T. M. (2013): Dietary abrasiveness is associated with variability of microwear and dental surface texture in rabbits. Plos One 8 (2): e56167. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0056167

  46. Kullmer O, Benazzi S, Schulz D., Gunz P, Kordos L, Begun DR. (2013): Dental arch restoration using tooth macrowear patterns with application to Rudapithecus hungaricus, from the late Miocene of Rudabánya, Hungary. Journal of Human Evolution, 64:151-160.

  47. Schulz. E., Calandra, I., Kaiser, T.M. (2013). Feeding ecology and chewing mechanics in hoofed mammals: 3D tribology of enamel wear, Wear, 300(1-2):169-179.

  48. Benazzi, S., Kullmer, O., Schulz, D., Gruppioni, G., Weber, G. (2013): Individual tooth macrowear pattern guides the reconstruction of Sts 52 (A. africanus) dental arcs. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 150: 324-329.

  49. Anders, U and Koenigswald, W.v. (2013). Increasing and decreasing functional area of the dentition (FAD) during the life history of Mammuthus primigenius and other elephants. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87: 515-527.

  50. Benazzi, S., Nguyen, N. H., Schulz, D., Grosse, I. R. Gruppioni, G., Hublin, J.-J., and Kullmer, O. (2013): The Evolutionary Paradox of Tooth Wear: Simply Destruction or Inevitable Adaptation? PLoS ONE 8(4): e62263. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062263.

  51. Weber, G.w., Benazzi, S., and Kullmer, O. (2013): CT-Anwendungen in der biologischen Anthropologie. Osteologie/Osteology, 22:18-24.

  52. Mau, M, Kaiser, T.M., Südekum, K.-H. (2013): Pilot study on binding of bovine salivary proteins to grit silicates and plant phytoliths. Zoological Research 34: 86-92.

  53. Benazzi S., Grosse I.R., Gruppioni G., Weber G.W., Kullmer O. (2013). Comparison of occlusal loading conditions in a lower second premolar using three-dimensional finite element analysis. Clin Oral Invest DOI 10.1007/s00784-013-0973-8

  54. Benazzi, S., Nguyen, H. N., Kullmer, O, Hublin, J.-J. (2013): Unravelling the functional biomechanics of dental features and tooth wear. PlosONE 8(7): e69990. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0069990

  55. Fiorenza, L., Kullmer, O. (2013): Dental wear and culture in the Middle Paleolithic humans from Near East. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 152: 107-117. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.22335

  56. Krueger-Janson, U., Schulz, D. & Kullmer, O. Anteriore Ästhetik durch posteriore Funktion? Quintessenz für Zahntechnik 39: 1024-1064.

  57. Taylor, L. A., Kaiser, T. M., Schwitzer, C., Müller, D. W. H., Codron, D., Clauss, M. & Schulz, E. (2013). Detecting inter-cusp and inter-tooth wear patterns in Rhinocerotids. PlosOne 8(12): e80921.

  58. Taylor, L. A., Müller, D. W. H., Schwitzer, C., Kaiser, T. M., Codron, D., Schulz, E. & Clauss, M. (in press) Tooth wear in captive rhinos differs from that of free-ranging conspecific. Contributions to Zoology.

  59. Gailer, J. P. and Kaiser T.M. (2013): Common solutions to resolve different dietary challenges in the ruminant dentition. The functionality of bovid postcanine teeth as a masticatory unit. Journal of Morphology.

  60. Zhou-C.-F., Wu, S., Martin, T., and Luo, Z.-X. 2013. A Jurassic mammaliaform and the earliest mammalian evolutionary adaptations. Nature 500: 163-167.

  61. Winkler, D.E., Van den Hoek Ostende, L. W., Schulz, E., Calandra, I., Gailer, J.-P., Landwehr, C., and Kaiser, T. M. (2013). Dietary divergence in space and time - Lessons from the dwarf-goat Myotragus balearicus (Pleisto-Holocene, Mallorca, Spain). Mammalian Biology 78: 430-437.

  62. Koenigswald, W. v. (2014): Mastication and wear in Lophiodon (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) compared to lophodont dentions in some other mammals. Ann. Zool. Fennici 51

  63. Lucy A. Taylor, Dennis W.H. Müller, Christoph Schwitzer, Thomas M. Kaiser, Johanna Castell, Marcus Clauss and Ellen Schulz. (submitted): Comparative analyses of tooth wear in free-ranging and captive wild equids. Equine Veterinary Journal

  64. Green, J.L. and Kalthoff, D.C. submitted. Insights into xenarthran tooth architecture and dietary adaptations from analyses of dental microstructure and microwear. Journal of Mammalogy, special volume.