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  • Brachydont — is a type of dentition characterized by low crowned teeth. Human teeth are brachydont. In some brachydonts, the teeth continue to grow throughout life as in rodents. The opposite of brachydont dentition is hypsodont.External… …   Wikipedia

  • brachydont — brachy·dont brak i .dänt also brachy·odont brak ē ō .dänt adj 1) of teeth having short crowns, well developed roots, and only narrow canals in the roots (as in humans) compare HYPSODONT 2) having brachydont teeth …   Medical dictionary

  • brachydont — brachy·dont …   English syllables

  • brachydont — …   Useful english dictionary

  • perissodactyl — perissodactylous, adj. /peuh ris oh dak til/, adj. 1. having an uneven number of toes or digits on each foot. n. 2. any mammal of the order Perissodactyla, comprising the odd toed hoofed quadrupeds and including the tapirs, rhinoceroses, and… …   Universalium

  • Hypsodont — dentition is characterized by high crowned teeth and enamel which extends past the gum line [Flynn, John J., André R. Wyss, and Reynaldo Charrier. “South America’s Missing Mammals.” Scientific American. May 2007: 68 75.] . This provides lots of… …   Wikipedia

  • Palaeomerycidae — Temporal range: Eocene–Miocene …   Wikipedia

  • hypsodont — Having long teeth. [hypso + G. odous, tooth] * * * hyp·so·dont hip sə .dänt adj 1) of teeth having high or deep crowns and short roots (as the molar teeth of a horse) compare BRACHYDONT 2) having or characterized by hypsodont teeth hyp·so·don·ty …   Medical dictionary

  • Marsh rice rat — Temporal range: Rancholabrean (300,000 years before present) – present Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • Oryzomys couesi — Temporal range: Late Pleistocene to Recent Oryzomys couesi (above) and Tylomys panamensis (below).[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Oryzomys gorgasi — Conservation status Endangered (IUCN 3.1)[1] …   Wikipedia

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