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The anatomical term heterodont refers to animals which possess more than a single tooth morphology. For example, members of the Synapsida generally possess incisors, canines ('eyeteeth'), premolars, and molars. The presence of heterodont dentition is evidence of some degree of feeding/hunting specialization in a species. By contrast, homodont ('same teeth')...
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heterodont. Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search ... Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/heterodont" ...
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Information about Heterodont in the free online English dictionary and ... Heterodont. heterodox. Heterodoxal. heterodoxy. Heterodromous. heterodyne ...
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Heterodont - Definition of Heterodont at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... any animal (as a human) with heterodont dentition ...
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What is a(n) heterodont – Our zoology dictionary has ecology, physiology, ... heterodont ... The mammals have heterodont dentition, or teeth of different basic types, ...
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heterodont Having teeth of different shapes, as molars, incisors, etc. ... What are homodont and heterodont animals? Read answer...
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Het·er·o·dont a. (Anat.) Having the teeth differentiated into incisors, canines, and molars, as in man; -- opposed to homodont
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Definition and other additional information on Heterodont from Biology-Online.org dictionary. ... Log me on automatically each visit. Join for Free! Answers to ...
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What is heterodont? Meaning of heterodont medical term. What does heterodont mean? ... heterodont /het·ero·dont/ (het'er-o-dont′′) having teeth of different ...
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provides an easy to understand definition for the medical term, heterodont. ... Heterodont means having teeth of varying shapes, such as humans and most other ...
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... the first kind of tooth in heterodont mammals. ... of heterodont dentition ... The term heterodont can also refer to members of the Subclass ...
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Synonyms of heterodont from the Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus with antonyms, definitions, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Home Encyclopedia Dictionary Atlas K-12 Success College & Grad School Degrees ... List of Items from Encarta. Heterodont. main discussion. Teeth. Teeth. Found ...
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Heterodont - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The anatomical term heterodont (from Greek, meaning 'different teeth') refers to ...
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Check dentition (heterodont); note thick nacreous layer; note that it is unusual ... desmodont/ heterodont. yes, large. shallow, rapid burrower. Sailorís ear ...
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heterodont medical information ... Stedman's > heterodont. heterodont. Pronunciation: het′ĕr-ō-dont. Having teeth of varying shapes, such as those of humans ...
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Near Matches. Ignore Exact. Full Text. Everything2. Heterodont (definition) by Webster 1913 ... Any animal with heterodont dentition. © Webster 1913. ...
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Beyond Print: enhancing your service. Access and authentication. Article purchasing ... A molecular phylogeny of heterodont bivalves (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Heterodonta) ...
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