entoconid

en·to·co·nid

(en'tō-kō'nid),
The inner posterior cusp of a mandibular molar tooth.
[ento- + G. kōnos, cone]

en·to·co·nid

(en'tō-kō'nid)
1. The distolingual cusp of human lower molars.
2. One of the three cusps that make up the talonid of the molars.
See also: hypoconid, hypoconulid
[ento- + G. kōnos, cone]

en·to·co·nid

(en'tō-kō'nid)
Inner posterior cusp of a mandibular molar tooth.
[ento- + G. kōnos, cone]
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12 mm; width from the hypoconid to the entoconid of m1, 0.
The m1 has a weak entoconid and the m2 has no entoconid; neither tooth has an entoconid crest.
crawfordi has a strong entoconid and entoconid crest on m1.
repenningi revealed muchweaker entoconids and absent entoconid crests in the m1 and m2 of the Terapa specimens.
dalquesti in having a mental foramen that is not situated within a slight depression, and the molar entoconids are not large on ml and m2.
geismarianus is characterized by an m I with a low, short trigonid with the metaconid slightly more posterior than the protoconid, a large talonid, subequal entoconid and hypoconid, compressed m2 trigonid with an anterobuccal cingulid, and a very small paraconid SDSM 8640 differs from N geismarianus in that the length of the ml is not as reduced and has a lesser degree of trigonid compression on the m2.
The entoconid and hypoconid are joined by a V-shaped posterior hypocristid and posterior entocristid.
There was a deep lingual fold that penetrated one-half of the occlusal surface between the entoconid and metaconid, and a slight fold on the entoconid.