Feb 6, 2013 ... Tooth decay is a relatively modern problem. The bacteria feasting on your teeth
might have originated in the mouth of a rodent, and found their ...
... personalities have better success finding mates. November 11, 2015 — Karl
Gruber. Oral Mystery: Are Agriculture and Rats Responsible for Tooth Decay?
When humans began farming and eating more wheat and barley, the oral ... The
link between our diet and rates of tooth decay and gum disease is an example ...
Feb 20, 2013 ... What does tooth decay have to do with rats? ... strains of bacteria (Streptococcus
mutans) responsible for causing cavities. ... The authors suggest that as humans
and rats were brought closer together with agriculture, ... I have also, over the
years, observed dentists taking on additional oral activities. I really ...
Jan 6, 2014 ... “This is the first time we've seen such bad oral health in a pre-agricultural
population,” says De Groote. Tooth decay has been found in a ...
May 29, 2000 ... The effect of a dry mouth on tooth decay is not as well known as it should ...
Watson's group compared cavities in 56 rats, including some on the ...
Dental decay is due to the irreversible solubilization of tooth mineral by acid ...
that elicit an inflammatory response that is protective but also is responsible for
loss of ..... casei and Streptococcus faecalis, can cause fissure decay in germ-free
rats. .... Oral Hygiene and/or Dietary Sucrose Restriction on the Incidence of
If too soft the enamel will lack sufficient resistance to the acids of decay. ...
metabolism, but also antagonizes the mineral responsible for decay prevention.
... issued monthly by the College of Agriculture, University of Missouri. ... just as
has been observed by others who have studied the magnesium requirement of
Jun 30, 2014 ... Posts about agricultural revolution written by hbd chick. ... Oral Mystery: Are
Agriculture and Rats Responsible for Tooth Decay? – “Tooth decay ...
Jan 6, 2014 ... New study finds bad cases of human tooth decay in a human population long
before the arrival of carb-heavy agriculture.