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If most individuals in a sample consumed tough foods for their last few meals, their microwear surfaces are expected to be dominated by striations. If most ate hard, brittle foods, their surfaces should cluster in the heavily pitted range. If individuals varied in the fracture properties of the foods they ate over time, their microwear patterns should to be scattered. The prediction for hard object fallback exploitation is most individuals with striated or mixed microwear surfaces, but some toward the heavily pitted extreme as well.
13 Turner-Walker G: The chemical and microbial degradation of bones and teeth; in Pinhasi R, Mays S (eds): Advances in Human Palaeopathology. New York, Wiley, 2008, pp 3–29. 14 Jans MME, Nielsen-Marsh CM, Smith CI, Collins MJ, Kars H: Characterisation of microbial attack on archaeological bone. J Archaeol Sci 2004;13:87–95. 15 Li C, Risnes S: SEM observations of Retzius lines and prism cross-striations in human dental enamel after different acid etching regimes. Arch Oral Biol 2004;49:45–52. 16 Lacruz RS, Dean MC, Ramirez Rozzi F, Bromage TG: Megadontia, striae periodicity and patterns of enamel secretion in Plio-Pleistocene fossil hominids.