dentation


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dentation

(dĕn-tā′shən)
n.
1. The condition of being dentate.
2. A toothlike part or projection.
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The maturation of the crowns of the anterior permanent dentation is complete by the age of 8 years.
The maximum width of the lamina is of 60 to 70 mm, the vein density is of 14 to 17 veins per cm and there is no evidence of marginal dentations, all these features are similar to those of our first specimen.
Dhillon diagnosed her condition as severe tooth pain and noted that she had poor dentation.
flavus (1, no visual presence to 5, most of the ears with the fungus present), visual ratings for the number of ears with insect damage (1, no visual damage to 5, most of the ears with insect damage), visual rating for husk cover from 1 (good: tight long husks extending beyond the tip of the ear) to 5 (poor: loose short husks with exposed ear tips), grain texture as visual rating from 1 (flint: round crown kernel and vitreous appearance) to 5 (dent: kernels with dentation and floury endosperm).
Respiratory tract infections have since decreased in number and severity, and repeated esophagography showed the release of the previously shown posterior dentation.
The dentation of the tie permitted us to adjust the belt in such a way that the tie was securely attached to the marked shoot.
These include secondary venation, dentation, and certain leaf-form characters.
Its most characteristic diagnostic features are considered to be its length, the proportions of the head appendages, the position of penis papillae, the dentation of notopodial chaetae, and especially the shape of the anal appendages.
dentation gills and stomach were also studied as they are directly associated with food intake.
Legs with the femora unidentate, dentation at the middle, sulcate beneath with the sulci bare (Fig.
Very significant, with marked dentation - Mezentia genus group only.
Admitting that he knows full well that birds do not have teeth, he has nonetheless given them impressive dentation, as well as clothing, cigars, pipes, surfboards, and occupations that relate to their names and behaviors.