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1. Mau, M., Kaiser, T. M., Südekum, K.-H. 2009. Evidence for the 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: 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 17: 177-192.

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 17: 275–299. 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. 2011. Generalism as a subsistence strategy - Advantages and limitations of the highly flexible feeding traits of Pleistocene Stephanorhinus hundsheimensis (Rhinocerotidae, Mammalia). Quaternary Science Reviews 30: 2250-2261.

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 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.

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., Holbrook L.T. & Rose, K. D. 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. 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., Mielenz, M., Südekum, K.-H., Obukhov, A.G. 2011. Expression of GPR30 and GPR43 mRNA in oral tissues: Deriving new hypotheses on the role of diet in animal physiology and the development of oral cancers. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 95: 280-285.

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 85: 321-341. DOI 10.1007/s12542-011-0098-9

22a. Anders U., Koenigswald W. v., Ruf, I., & Smith B.H. 2011. Erratum. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 85: 341

23. Hummel, J., Findeisen, E., Südekum, K. H., Ruf, I., Kaiser, T. M., Bucher, M., Clauss, M. & Codron, D. 2011. Another one bites the dust: faecal silica levels in large herbivores correlate with high-crowned teeth. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 39: 1-6. 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. 2012. 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, A. M., Coelho, A. V. & Südekum, K. H. 2011. First identification of tannin-binding proteins in saliva of Papio hamadryas using MS/MS mass spectrometry. American Journal of Primatology 73: 896.902. https://doi: 10.1002/ajp.20958.

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 Sciences 38: 2182-2189.

29. Benazzi, S., Kullmer, O., Grosse, I. R. & Weber, G. W. 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., 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: 377-387.

31. Kalthoff, D. C., Rose, K. D., 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: 34-46.

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

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

36. Mau, M., Fashing, P., Johann, A., Sliwa, A., Kaiser, T. M. & Südekum K.-H. 2010. Salivary proteins and their role in primate feeding ecology. In: Research advances in Primatology. R.M. Mohan (ed.) Global Research Network, Kerala, India, 1-9.

37. Sales Baptista, E., Lamy, E., Mau, M., Capela, E., Silva, F. & Coelho, A. V. 2010. Variation in salivary protein composition related to feeding behavior and its ecological implications. In: Behavioral and Chemical Ecology. Wen Zhang and Hong Liu (eds.) Nova Science Publishers, Inc, New York, USA, 115-136.

38. Bernor, R. L., Armour-Chelu, M. J., Gilbert, H., Kaiser, T. M. & Schulz, E. 2010. Equidae. In: Werdelin, L., and Sanders, W. J. Cenozoic Mammals of Africa. California University Press, Berkeley, California, 685-722.

39. Kullmer, O., Schulz, D. & 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 87:141-159

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

42. Braune, C., Lieberei, R., Steinmacher, D. & Kaiser, T. M. 2012. A simple microwave 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. & Köhler, M. 2012. Evidence of correlated evolution of hypsodonty and exceptional longevity in endemic insular mammals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 3339-3346. https//: doi: 10.1098/rspb.2012.0689

44. Tütken, T. Kaiser, T.M., Vennemann, T. & Merceron, G. 2013. Opportunistic feeding strategy for the 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, D. R. 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: 169-179.

48. Benazzi, S., Kullmer, O., Schulz, D., Gruppioni, G. & Weber, G. W. 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. & 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. & Kullmer, O. 2013. The evolutionary paradox of tooth wear: simply destruction or invevitable adaptation? PLoS ONE 8(4): e62263. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062263.

51. 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.

52. 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. Clinical Oral Investigations. DOI 10.1007/s00784-013-0973-8

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

54. 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

55. 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.

56. Taylor, L. A., Müller, D. W. H., Schwitzer, C., Kaiser, T. M., Codron, D., Schulz, E. & Clauss, M. 2014. Tooth wear in captive rhinoceroses (Diceros, Rhinoceros, Ceratotherium: Perissodactyla) differs from that of free-ranging conspecifics. Contributions to Zoology 83: 107-117.

57. Gailer, J. P. & Kaiser T. M. 2014. Common solutions to resolve different dietary challenges in the ruminant dentition. The functionality of bovid postcanine teeth as a masticatory unit. Journal of Morphology 275: 328-341. https://doi: 10.1002/jmor.20217.

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

59. Winkler, D. E., Van den Hoek Ostende, L. W., Schulz, E., Calandra, I., Gailer, J.P., Landwehr, C. & 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.

60. Koenigswald, W. v. 2014. Mastication and wear in Lophiodon (Perissodactyla, Mammalia) compared to lophodont dentions in some other mammals. Annales Zoologici Fennici 51: 162-176.

61. Taylor, L. A., Müller, D. W. H, Schwitzer, C., Kaiser, T. M., Castell, J., Clauss, M. & Schulz-Kornas, E. 2016. Comparative analyses of tooth wear in free-ranging and captive wild equids. Equine Veterinary Journal 48: 240-245. DOI: 10.1111/evj.12408.

62. Green, J. L. & Kalthoff, D. C. 2015. Xenarthran tooth architecture and dietary adaptations from analyses of dental microstructure and microwear, with new data for the giant sloth Megatherium americanum (Megatheriidae). Journal of Mammalogy 96: 645–657.

63. Koenigswald W. v., Martin, T. & Billet, G. 2015. Enamel microstructure and mastication in Pyrotheria (Mammalia). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 89: 593-609. DOI 10.1007/s12542-014-0241-5

64. Schultz J. A. & Martin, T. 2014. Function of pretribosphenic and tribosphenic mammalian molars inferred from 3D animation. Naturwissenschaften 101: 771-781.

65. Wronski, T. & Schulz-Kornas, E. 2015. The Farasan Gazelle – a frugivorous browser in an arid environment? Mammalian Biology 80: 87-95. DOI: 10.1016/j.mambio.2014.12.002

66. Fiorenza, L., Benazzi, S., Henry, A. G., Salazar-García, D. C., Blasco, R., Picin, A., Wroe, S. & Kullmer, O. 2015. To Meat or Not to Meat? New Perspectives on Neanderthal Ecology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Yearbook of Physical Anthropology) 156 (Suppl.59): 43–71.

67. Schultz J. A., Kause, D. W., Koenigswald, W. v. & Dumont, E. R. 2014. Dental function and diet of Vintana sertichi (Mammalia, Gondwanatheria) from the Late Cretaceous of Madagascar: Memoir to the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 34, Suppl. 1: 182-202.

68. Koenigswald, W. v. 2016. The diversity of the mastication patters in the Neogene and Quaternary Proboscideans. Palaeontographica 307: 1-41.

69. Clauss, M., Steuer, P., Erlinghagen-Lückerath, K., Kaandorp, J., Fritz, J., Südekum, K.-H. & Hummel, J. 2015. Faecal particle size: Digestive physiology meets herbivore diversity. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 179: 182-191.

70. Benazzi, S., Nguyen, H. N., Kullmer, O. & Hublin, J.-J. 2015. Exploring the biomechanics of taurodontism. Journal of Anatomy 226:180-188.

71. Hielscher, R. C., Schultz, J. A. & Martin, T. 2015. Wear pattern of the molar dentition of an extant an Oligocene bat assemblage with implications on functionality. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 95: 597-611.

72. Krause, D. W., Hoffmann, S., Wible, J. R., Kirk, E. C., Schultz, J. A., Koenigswald, W. v., Groenke, J. R., Rossie, J. B., O´Connor, P. M., Seiffert, E. R., Dumont, E. R., Holloway, W. L., Rogers, R. R., Rahantarisoa, L. J., Kemp, A. D., & Andriamialison, H. 2014. Frist cranial remains of a gondwanatherian mammal reveal remarkable mosaicism. Nature 515: 512-517.

73. Winkler, D. E. & Kaiser, T. M. 2015. Uneven distribution of enamel in the tooth crown of a Plains Zebra (Equus quagga). PeerJ: e1002, DOI: 10.7717/peerj.1002

74. Winkler, D. E. & Kaiser, T. M. 2015. Structural morphology of molars in large mammalian herbivores: Enamel content varies between tooth positions. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0135716.

75. Fiorenza, L. & Kullmer, O. 2015. Dental wear patterns in early modern humans from Skhul and Qafzeh: A response to Sarig and Tillier. Homo – Journal of Comparative Human Biology 66: 414-419.

76. Oxilia, G., Peresani, M., Romandini, M., Matteucci, C., Spiteri, C. D., Henry, A. G., Schulz, D., Archer, W., Crezzini ,J., Boschin, F., Boscato, P., Jaouen, K., Dogandzic, T., Broglio, A., Moggi-Cecchi, J., Fiorenza, L., Hublin, J.-J., Kullmer, O. & Benazzi, S. 2015. Earliest evidence of dental caries manipulation in the Late Upper Palaeolithic. Scientific Reports 5: 12150.

77. Kaiser, T. M., Clauss, M. & Schulz-Kornas, E. 2016. A set of hypotheses on tribology of mammalian herbivore teeth. Surface Topography Metrology and Properties 4:014003. DOI: 10.1088/2051-672X

78. Martin, T. 2018. Mesozoic mammals – early mammalian diversity and ecomorphological adaptations. In: Handbook of Zoology, Mammalia, F. E. Zachos and R. J. Asher (eds.), Mammalian Evolution, Diversity and Systematics: 199-299, De Gruyter, Berlin.

79. Schulz-Kornas, E., Braune, C., Winkler D. E. & Kaiser, T. M. 2017. Does silica concentration and phytolith ultrastructure relate to phytolith hardness? Biosurface and Biotribology 3:135-143, DOI: 10.1016/j.bsbt.2017.12.004

80. Gailer, J. P., Calandra, I., Schulz-Kornas, E. & Kaiser, T. M. 2016. Morphology is not destiny: discrepancy between form, function and dietary adaptation in bovid check teeth. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 23: 369–383. doi: 10.1007/s10914-016-9325-1

81. Benazzi, S., Nguyen, H. N., Kullmer, O. & Kupczik, K. 2016. Dynamic Modelling of Tooth Deformation Using Occlusal Kinematics and Finite Element Analysis. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0152663.

82. Koenigswald, W. v. 2017. Specialized wear facets and late ontogeny in mammalian dentitions. Historical Biology 30: 7-29

83. Calandra, I., Labonne, G., Schulz-Kornas, E., Kaiser, T. M. & Montuire, S. 2016. Tooth wear to quantify intra-specific variations in diet and chewing mechanics. Scientific Reports 6: 34037. DOI: 10.1038/srep34037

84. Bergqvist, L. P. & Koenigswald, W. v. 2017. The dentition of Carodnia vieirai (Mammalia: Xenungulata): enamel microstructure and mastication pattern. Palaeontologia Electronica 20.2.30A: 1-15.

85. Püschel, T. A., Marcé-Nogué, J., Kaiser, T. M., Brocklehurst, R. J. & Sellers, W. I. 2018. Analyzing the sclerocarpy adaptations of the Pitheciidae mandible. American Journal of Primatology 80: e22759.

86. Schultz, J. A., Menz, U., Winkler, D. E., Schulz-Kornas, E., Engels, S., Kalthoff, D. C., Koenigswald, W. v., Ruf, I., Kaiser, T. M., Kullmer, O., Südekum, K.-H. & Martin, T. 2018. A modular wear facet nomenclature for mammaliaform post canine dentitions. Historical Biology 30: 30-41.

87. Fiorenza, L. & Kullmer, O. 2016. Occlusion in an adult male gorilla with a supernumerary maxillary premolar. International Journal of Primatology 37: 762-777.

88. Zanolli, C., Kullmer, O., Kelley, J., Bacon, A.-M., Demeter, F., Dumoncel, J., Fiorenza, L., Grine, F. E., Hublin, J.-J., Nguyen, A.T., Nguyen, T. M. H., Lei, P., Schillinger, B., Schrenk, F., Skinner, M. M., Xueping, J. & Macchiarelli, R. 2019. Evidence for increased hominid diversity in the Early to Middle Pleistocene of Indonesia. Nature Ecology & Evolution 3(5):1 DOI: 10.1038/s41559-019-0860-z

89. Kalthoff, D. C. & Green, J. L. 2017. Feeding ecology in Oligocene mylodontoid sloths (Mammalia, Xenarthra) as revealed by orthodentine microwear analysis. Journal of Mammalian Evolution.

90. Zhou, Z., Winkler, D. E., Fortuny, J., Kaiser, T. M. & Marcé-Nogué, J. 2019. Why ruminating ungulates chew sloppily: Biomechanics discern a phylogenic pattern. PLoS ONE 14(4): e0214510. https//

91. Marcé-Nogué, J., De Esteban-Trivigno, S., Püschel, T. A. & Fortuny, J. 2017. The intervals method: a new approach to analyse finite element outputs using multivariate statistics. PeerJ 5, e3793. https//

92. Marcé-Nogué, J., Püschel, T. A. & Kaiser, T. M. 2017. A biomechanical approach to understand the ecomorphological relationship between primate mandibles and diet. Scientific Reports 7: 8364. https//

93. Koenigswald, W. v., Rose K. D., Holbrook L. T., Kumar, K., Rana, R. S. & Smith, T. 2018. Mastication and enamel structure in Cambaytherium, a perissodactyl-like ungulate from the early Eocene of India. PalZ 92: 671-680. DOI: 10.1007/s121542-018-0422-8

94. Kaiser, T. M., Braune, C., Kalinka, G. & Schulz-Kornas, E. 2018. Nano-indentation of native phytoliths and dental tissues: implications for herbivore-plant combat and dental wear proxies. Evolutionary Systematics 2: 55-63. DOI: 10.3897/evolsyst.2.22678

95. Schultz, J. A., Bhullar, B.-A. S. & Luo, Z.-X. 2017. Re-examination of the Jurassic mammaliaform Docodon victor by computed tomography and occlusal functional analysis. Journal of Mammalian Evolution.

96. Engels, S. & Schultz, J. A. 2018. Evolution of the power stroke in early Equoidea (Perissodactyla, Mammalia). Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments.

97. Jäger, K. R. K., Gill, P. G., Corfe, I. & Martin, T. 2019. Occlusion and dental function of Morganucodon and Megazostrodon. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. DOI:10.1080/02724634.2019.1635135

98. Kalthoff, D. C., Schulz-Kornas, E., Corfe I., Martin, T., McLoughlin, S., Schultz, J. A. 2019. Complementary approaches to tooth wear analysis in Tritylodontidae (Synapsida, Mammaliamorpha) reveal a generalist diet. PLoS ONE 14 (7): e0220188.

99. Gunz, P. Kozakowski, S., Neubauer, S., Le Cabec, A., Kullmer, O., Benazzi, S., Hublin, J.-J. & Begun D. R. 2020. Skull reconstruction oft he late Miocene ape Rudapithecus hungaricus from Rudabánya, Hungary. Journal of Human Evolution 138.

100. Bethune, E., Schulz-Kornas, E., Kaiser, T. M. & Winkler, D. E. 2019. Multiproxy dietary trait reconstruction in Pleistocene Hippopotamidae from the Mediterranean islands, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. https://

b) Sonstige Publikationen

1. Weber, G. W., Benazzi, S. & Kullmer, O. 2013. CT-Anwendungen in der biologischen Anthropologie. Osteologie/Osteology 22: 18-24.

2. Krueger-Janson, U., Schulz, D. & Kullmer, O. 2013. Anteriore Ästhetik durch posteriore Funktion? Quintessenz Zahntechnik 39: 1024-1064.

3. Weber, G., Benazzi, S., Kullmer, O. 2014. Micro-CT-Anwendungen in der biologischen Anthropologie. Journal für Mineralstoffwechsel 21: 68-68f.

4. Kullmer, O. 2015. Der verlorene Biss: biologische und kulturelle Evolution der Zähne. In: Böhme, H., Kordass, B. & Slominski, B (Hrsg.): Das Dentale. Zähne im Kontext, pp. 65-86. Quintessenz-Verlag.