molariform

mo·lar·i·form

(mō-lar'i-fōrm),
Having the form of a molar tooth.
[molar (tooth) + L. forma, form]

mo·lar·i·form

(mō-lar'i-fōrm)
Having the form of a molar tooth.
[molar (tooth) + L. forma, form]
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viridis by the presence of an orange throat during its breeding season and pronounced molariform pharyngeal jaws.
shiranus shiranus (Lowe-McConnell, 1982), and the appearance of Cichlasoma minckleyi as an altricial papilliform morph and a precocial molariform morph (Liem and Kaufman, 1984).
This study sampled both layers of dentine from a lower molariform tooth of Paramylodon harlani and from dentine and enamel of animals of known dietary preference.
Some modern chondrichthyans with molariform or pavement-like dentitions, such as horn sharks (Heterdontiformes), bonnethead sharks (Sphyrna tiburo), some rays (Mylobatidae), and chimeras (Holocephali), are durophageous (Dean, 1906; Smith, 1942; Cappetta, 1987; Wilga and Motta, 2000).
Sex effects age determination and wear of molariform teeth in white-tailed deer.
Two of the six measurements (length of molariform toothrow, cranial breadth) showed statistically significant differences (t-test, P = 0.
in press) described a fragment of a right dentary with a molariform postcanine tooth followed by two empty alveoli posteriorly (NSM012GF014.
It feeds on mollusks and crayfish that are crushed with large molariform pharyngeal teeth (Hackney et al.
LUM, length of upper molariform toothrow -- maximum length from the anterior edge of alveolus of first cheektooth to the posterior edge of the alveolus of last molar.