basal surface


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ba·sal sur·face

the surface of the denture of which the detail is determined by the impression and which rests on the basal seat.

ba·sal sur·face

(bāsăl sŭrfăs)
Surface of the denture of which the detail is determined by the impression and which rests on the basal seat.
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The tooth base is subtriangular, elongated mesio-distally, slightly extended lingually, with convex occlusal and concave basal surfaces.
The tooth base is extended lingually and labio-basally, with convex occlusal and strongly concave basal surfaces and bears the prominent tube of the transversal basal canal.
Basal Surface Free Energy and Short Chain Branching Characteristics by TREF
One of the important parameters in these equations that differentiates various types of LLDPE is the basal surface free energy, [[sigma].
The teeth would not extensively overlap each other but rather the lingual rim of each tooth would be in contact with the shallow longitudinal groove on the labial side of the tooth in front; the basal surface of adjacent teeth in the same row would abut on each other forming an archlike structure.
differ from those of all known Palaeozoic elasmobranchs in the presence of a unique tube-shaped prominent transversal basal canal close to the basal surface, in very fine and dense striation of cusps and in the turned up lingually, arched base which is without well-developed extension.
These type I pneumocytes did not have microvilli, lamellar bodies, or cytoplasmic projections along their basal surfaces (Figure 5, B).