The role of crushing forces in changes to the supporting tissues of the teeth in malocclusion the monograph biological functional orthodontic models is the result of many years of scientific research by well known researchers from different areas of human activities we examined the beginning of masticatory cycle in humans. Pun naslov dela je biological functional orthodontic models the role of crushing forces in changes to the supporting tissues of the teeth in malocclusions. Orthodontic tooth movement results from forces applied to teeth that evoke cellular responses in the teeth and their surrounding tissues including the periodontal ligament alveolar bone and gingiva according to profs young guk park korea and zeev davidovitch usa it is advantageous for the orthodontist to know the details of the biological events that unfold during tooth movement . Traditional concepts moss introduced the functional matrix theory describing skeletal growth as a secondary compensatory and mechanically obligatory response to temporally and morphogenetically prior growth changes in specially related tissues and organs 5 7a solitary growth matrix for the entire head is difficult to explain therefore moss divided the head into areas capsular matrices . In this review i the relevance of cyclic mechanical forces in lung biology is elucidated ii the physiological range for the key parameters of tissue stretch in the lung is described and iii the currently available in vitro cell stretching devices are discussed after assessing various polymers it is concluded that natural synthetic copolymers are promising candidates for suitable
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