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Table 3 Sequence of eruption of maxillary and mandibular teeth with the list of polymorphisms in the eruption seen in different populations

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

Maxilla
 Normal sequence of eruption M1 I1 I2 P1 C P2 M2
 Polymorphisms seen P2-C instead of C-P2 1. North India (M)
2. South India, Chennai (M)
3. Chinese (M, F)
4. Pakistan (M)
5. Canada (M, F)
6. England (F)
7. Australian (M)
8. Jordan (M, F)
9. Croatia (F)
P2-P1-C instead of P1-C-P2 1. French Canadian (M)
2. Belgium (F)
P2-M2-C instead of C-P2-M2 1. Uganda (M)
Mandible
 Normal sequence of eruption M1 I1 I2 C P1 P2 M2
 Polymorphisms seen I1-M1 instead of M1-I1 1. Canada (F)
2. England (two studies) (M, F)
3. Uganda (F)
4. Australia (Female)
5. Lithuania (F)
6. Finland (F)
7. Belgium (F)
8. Spain (F)
M2-P2 instead of P2 M2 1. Thailand (M)
2. North India (M, F)
3. Pakistan (M)
4. Canada (M)
5. Uganda (M)
6. Australia (M, F)
7. England (M, F)
P1-C instead of C-P1 1. Chinese (M)
2. North India (M, F)
3. South India, Chennai (F)
4. Jordan (M)
I2-M1-I1 instead of M1-I1-I2 1. Uganda (M)
M1-I1-M2 instead of M1-I1-I2 1. Uganda (F)
P2-P1 instead of P1-P2 1. Greece (F)