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Table 2 Review of literature with sequence of eruption and time to acquire dentition in maxilla and mandible

From: Permanent tooth emergence patterns in Dakshina Kannada region, India: an analysis of polymorphisms

     Maxilla Mandible
Geography Authors Year Gender First to erupt Last to erupt Sequence of eruption First to erupt Last to erupt Sequence of eruption
Khasi, India Jaswal 1983 1983 Male 6.25 12.3 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.7 11.7 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.2 11.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6 11.05 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Thailand Kamalanathan et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1960 Male 7 12.2 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 7 11.8 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-M2-P2
Female 7 12.1 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 7 11.6 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Japan Eveleth and De Souza Freitas (Jaswal 1983) 1969 Male 6.35 12.37 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.95 11.3 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.1 11.83 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.9 11.35 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Chinese (Hongkong) Lee et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1965 Male 6.4 12.62 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.04 11.93 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2
Female 6.19 11.95 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.89 11.28 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Punjab, India Kaul et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1975 Male 6.61 12.02 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.17 11.75 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2-
Female 6.03 11.22 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.62 11.22 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Punjab, India Sidhu and Gupta. (Jaswal 1983) 1973 Male 5.5 12.15 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.25 11.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2
Female 5.72 12.05 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.5 11.2 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2
Pakistan, Lahore Shourie (Jaswal 1983) 1946 Male 5.9 11.95 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.9 12.42 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-M2-P2
Female . . . . . .
Chennai, India Shourie (Jaswal 1983) 1946 Male 6.59 12.37 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.59 12.26 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.91 11.86 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.91 11.59 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2
Canada Peel County Survey (Jaswal 1983) 1950 Male 6.1 12.3 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.2 12 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 5.4 12.3 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.8 11.5 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Canadian Eskimo Mayhall et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1978 Male 5.61 11.39 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.4 11.38 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Female 5.58 10.69 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.54 10.45 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
French Canadians Perreault et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1974 Male 6.22 12.14 M1-I1-I2-P2-P1-C-M2 6.22 11.72 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.22 12.01 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.95 11.32 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Americans Graber. (Jaswal 1983) 1966 Male 6.4 12.68 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.21 12.12 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.22 12.27 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.94 11.66 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
England Clements et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1953 Male 6.11 11.97 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.08 12.32 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Female 5.94 11.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 5.77 11.64 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Australia Halikis (Jaswal 1983) 1961 Male 6.4 12.1 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.3 12.3 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Female 6.3 11.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.1 11.5 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Ghana Houpt et al. (Jaswal 1983) 1967 Male 5 10.9 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 4.9 10.8 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 5 10.9 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 4.5 10.5 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Jordan Shaweesh AI. 2012 2012 Male 6.35 12.61 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.24 12.19 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2
Female 6.2 12.32 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.08 11.66 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Uganda Krumholt L et al. (Shaweesh 2012) 1965 Male 5.1 10.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.2 10.3 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Female 5.4 9.7 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.3 9.8 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-M2-P2
Australia Diamanti j and Townsent GC (Shaweesh 2012) 2003 Male 6.71 12.68 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.63 12.15 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.57 12.3 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.38 11.75 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Korea Kwon et al. 2009 2009 Male 6.39 12.13 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.22 11.58 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.26 12.03 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.12 11.14 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Kampala Uganda Kutesa et al. 2013 2013 Male 6 10.9 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-M2-C 5.7 11.15 I2-M1-I1-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 5 10.5 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.3 10.3 M1-I1-M2I2-P1-C-P2
Lithuania R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012 2012 Male       
Female 6.26 10.63 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.87 11.28 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Finland Eskeli R et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 1999 Male       
Female 6.13 11.59 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.85 11.59 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Belgium Leroy et al.
(R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012)
2003 Male       
Female 6.14 11.95 M1-I1-I2-P2-P1-C-M2 6.11 11.55 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Germany Friedrich et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 2005 Male       
Female 6.1 11.9 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.1 11.2 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Barcelona, Spain Hernandez M et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 2008 Male       
Female 6.16 12.24 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6 11.46 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
United Kingdom Elmes a et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 1998 Male       
Female 6.5 12.4 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.36 11.95 I1-M1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Coratia Rajic Z et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 2000 Male       
Female 6.86 12.42 M1-I1-I2-P1-P2-C-M2 6.98 11.79 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Turkey Wedlj. S et al. (R. Almonaitiene et al. 2012) 2002 Male       
Female 6.17 12.33 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.23 11.9 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Greece JS Wedl. S. Danias r Schcnebel et al. 2005 2005 Male 6.01 12.37 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.08 12.01 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6.06 12 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6 11.73 M1-I1-I2-C-P2-P1-M2
Dakshina Kannada, India Present Study 2017 Male 6.24 12.37 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 6.14 12.01 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2
Female 6 12.03 M1-I1-I2-P1-C-P2-M2 5.63 11.61 M1-I1-I2-C-P1-P2-M2