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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Similarly, conical dentitions have been associated with soft bodied predators [30], while molariform dentations have been associated with mollusc and crustacean feeders [23].
Fluoride has a number of protective effects on the dentation. Fluoride produces a cariostatic effect (reducing risk of dental caries) in all individuals by its presence in oral fluids such as saliva and dental plaque.
Trait observations: A total of 17 vegetative traits, such as anthocyanin intensity on shoot tip, cold resistance of buds, bud break time, young leaf upper surface color, young leaf upper surface hairiness, young leaf lower surface color, mature leaf lower surface hairiness, mature leaf upper surface appearance, mature leaf form, mature leaf shape, mature leaf contour, shape of petiolar sinus, sinus width on mature leaf, dentation of mature leaf, petiole color, petiole hairiness and cane color was recorded.
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.
Other defining characteristics include the presence of a diaphragm; three middle-ear ossicles; heterodont dentation (differentiated teeth); sweat, sebaceous and scent glands; a four-chambered heart; and a large cerebral cortex.
There is no evidence of marginal dentation. The identification of this leaf is difficult due to incomplete preservation.
Dhillon diagnosed her condition as severe tooth pain and noted that she had poor dentation. He ordered an injection for pain and medication for vomiting.
Dentation is to be valued much more than diamonds." Why does she write "discalced" friars rather than "barefoot" friars?
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).
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.