orthodentin

or·tho·den·tin

(ōr'thō-den'tin),
Straight tubed dentin as seen in the teeth of mammals.

orthodentin

(or″thō-dĕn′tĭn)
Tubular dentin, as seen in human teeth.

or·tho·den·tin

(ōr'thō-den'tin)
Straight tubed dentin seen in mammalian teeth.

orthodentin (ôr´thōden´tin),

n the tubular-shaped dentin situated between the enamel and pulp chamber of a tooth.
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The results showed that this teleost has conical and caniniform teeth, with an orthodentin crown covered by an enameloid cap and a vascularised orthodentin in the root.
This characterises the vascularised orthodentin in some dental elements (Figure 2F).
Under the enamel of some teeth, there is a vascularised orthodentin, also known as orthovasodentin.