diphyodont


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diphyodont

 [dif´e-o-dont″]
having two dentitions, a primary and a permanent one.

diph·y·o·dont

(dif'i-ō-dont'),
Possessing two sets of teeth, as occurs in humans and most other mammals.
[G. di-, two, + phyō, to produce, + odous (odont-), tooth]

diphyodont

/di·phy·odont/ (dif´e-o-dont″) having two dentitions, a deciduous and a permanent.

diphyodont

(dī-fī′ə-dŏnt′)
adj.
Having two successive sets of teeth, deciduous and permanent.

di·phy·o·dont

(dī-fī'ō-dont)
Developing two successive sets of teeth, as occurs in humans and most other mammals.
[G. di-, two, + phyō, to produce, + odous (odont-), tooth]

di·phy·o·dont

(dī-fī'ō-dont)
Possessing two sets of teeth, as occurs in humans and most other mammals.
[G. di-, two, + phyō, to produce, + odous (odont-), tooth]

diphyodont

having two dentitions, a deciduous and a permanent.