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Shovel-shaped incisors

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Shovel-shaped incisors are incisors whose lingual surfaces are scooped as a consequence of ... When present, shovel-shaped incisors can indicate correlation among populations and are considered to b...

Thick Hair, Small Boobs, Shovel Shaped Teeth and More ...

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Feb 17, 2013 ... So are you wondering what this might have to do with genetic genealogy? .... My mother looks like she has a lot of Native American ancestry,and has all ... So shovel shaped incisors are one of a few genetic traits passed down ...

Native American Hidden Heritage

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There are more than two dozen largely independent traits of teeth that can indicate ... incisors or incisors where the back surface is scooped out like a shovel ... Family Photographs: Look at family photos for the above physical characteristics.

Shovel teeth? - Straight Dope Message Board

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Is shovel teeth an indicator of Native American blood? FTR, the backs of my two front teeth do feel curved and, so far as I know, I do have ... "Like the front teeth of their ancestors and certain modern peoples (especially those ...

Physical Characteristics of Native American Heritage | Ramblings of ...

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Apr 21, 2013 ...Shovelteeth, the teeth have a ledge on the backside. Run your tongue across .... I would like to add the extra bone density in the jaw bone. I had a visit to the ... People say I look Native but I cannot tell them I am. I was in an ...

TEETH: Clues To Your Ancestry - HubPages

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Your teeth can tell you a lot about your ancestry! ... The tooth itself is thinner and concave on the backside, with a scooped appearance, like a shovel. .... Being honored to look into the mouth of a White kid and see teeth they assume is Native .

Indian Teeth [Archive] - Family Tree DNA Forums

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That is the real problem I'm having is finding what a non-shovel shaped tooth actually looks like. Since you don't have shovel teeth, how do ...

RootsWeb: MDGARRET-L About Physical Characteristics as ...

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Sep 2, 2006 ... It does not point to any one tribe. They are merely physical characteristics that we look for as ... "Shovel" teeth, the teeth have a ledge on the backside. Run your tongue across them, they feel almost like a shovel shape.

Physical Characteristics of Melungeons - Ancestry.com

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Jul 1, 1999 ... I can lay one finger under it and the ridge is as deep as my finger is thick. Other ridges are ... Teeth like these are called Asian Shovel Teeth.

A Common Variation in EDAR Is a Genetic Determinant of Shovel ...

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Like other common dental traits, genetic polymorphisms involved in the tooth ..... Therefore, like tooth shoveling, EDAR T1540C can actually be used as an .... Bailey S.E. A closer look at Neanderthal postcanine dental morphology: The ...

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Shovel Shaped “Indian” Teeth | Native Heritage Project

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Mar 10, 2013 ... I've been asked the question about what shovel teeth really look like. Finding good photos is really difficult. One of our followers, Fletcher ...

4 Stories Your Teeth Tell When You Die | The Forensic Outreach ...

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People of Asian and Native American ancestry will have y-5 pattern molars ( shown below) and shovel-shaped incisors that look scooped out. If you have ...

Native Genealogy - Nanticoke Tribe - Tripod

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"Shovel" teeth, the teeth have a ledge on the backside. Run your tongue across them, they feel almost like a shovel shape. .... help someone figure out what tribe they should look at, is The Atlas of the North American Indian by Carl Waldman.