Passey, B. H., Robinson, T., Ayliffe, L., Cerling, T. E., Sponheimer, M., Dearing, M., Roeder, B. and Ehleringer, J. (2005). Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breath CO2, and bioapatite in different mammals. J Archaeol Sci 32 (10). Vol 32(10), pp. 1459-1470.

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Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breath CO2, and bioapatite in different mammals
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J Archaeol Sci 32 (10)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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32 (10)
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1459 - 1470
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The carbon isotope fractionation between tooth enamel bioapatite, breath CO2, and diet was measured for voles, rabbits, pigs, and cattle on controlled diets. The measured fractionation (expressed as isotope enrichment o/oo, 12.8 ± 0.7o/oo, 13.3 ± 0.3o/oo, and 14.6 ± 0.3o/oo for these respective species. There is a 1:1 correlation between breath--diet and enamel--diet (r2 = 0.94, p < 0.01), whereas the authors' data do not resolve significant inter-species differences in enamel-breath. The authors argue that these findings are consistent with the hypothesis that inter-species differences in bioapatite-diet are primarily a result of differences in digestive physiology, rather than differences in the magnitude of fractionation between mineral and body fluid.
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Benjamin H Passey
Todd F Robinson
L Ayliffe
Thure E Cerling
Matt Sponheimer
M Denise Dearing
Beverly L Roeder
James R Ehleringer
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2005
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Body Fluid (Auto Detected Subject))
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03 Mar 2006