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denticle

 [den´tĭ-k'l]
1. a small toothlike process.
2. a distinct calcified mass within the pulp chamber or in the dentin of a tooth.

den·ti·cle

(den'ti-kĕl),
1. Synonym(s): endolith
2. A toothlike projection from a hard surface.
[L. denticulus, a small tooth]

denticle

/den·ti·cle/ (den´tĭ-k'l)
1. a small toothlike process.
2. a distinct calcified mass within the pulp chamber of a tooth.

denticle

(dĕn′tĭ-kəl)
n.
A small tooth or toothlike projection.

den·tic′u·lar (dĕn-tĭk;′yə-lər) adj.

denticle

[den′tikəl]
a calcified body in the pulp chamber of a tooth. If it is composed of irregular dentin, it is known as a true denticle. Also called endolith, pulp stone.

den·ti·cle

(den'ti-kĕl)
1. Synonym(s): endolith.
2. A toothlike projection from a hard surface.
[L. denticulus, a small tooth]

denticle

see PLACOID.

den·ti·cle

(den'ti-kĕl)
1. Synonym(s): endolith.
2. A toothlike projection from a hard surface.
[L. denticulus, a small tooth]

denticle (den´tikəl),

n (endolith, pulp nodule, pulpstone), a calcified body found in the pulp chamber of a tooth; it may be composed either of irregular dentin (true denticle) or an ectopic calcification of pulp tissue (false denticle).

denticle

1. a small toothlike process.
2. a distinct calcified mass within the pulp chamber or in the dentine of a tooth.
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The lateral process originated as a carina on the cusp and is directed aborally; it has small denticles that are slightly inclined anteriorly.
4) Primary denticle subrows: the number of subrows on the pedipalp chela fingers was cited as 12 for A.
White matter defines denticle roots except below the distalmost denticles, and reaches basal cavity in central part of blade.
Etmopterus joungi has dermal denticles that extend onto the dorsal fins, a characteristic that is not found in E.
Claw with (rarely without) small denticle in the 1/2 of inner edge of claw (Fig.
The cusp of these teeth is generally obliquely trigonal and rather coarsely dentate, with the central denticle often spathulate, but in Granata the cusps are less oblique and, like the rachidian, finely serrate (Fig.
Radula: length of denticle number: 2 <1/2 length of denticle number 1 (j), >1/2 length of denticle no.
hubei, the ALE is equal to AME, the tarsus IV without third claw and paired claws with 1 small denticle respectively, and the length of carapace equal to metatarsus IV, embolus with longer groove.
Each larger denticle in a row is followed by several smaller ones.
The first of two notable differences was that denticle laminae were found to form directly from basal ectoderm (Miyake et al.