hypoconulid

hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid), [TA]
The distal, or fifth, cusp of a lower molar tooth.
Synonym(s): distal cusp
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]

hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid) [TA]
1. The distal cusp of the lower molars.
2. One of the cusps of the talonid.
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]

hypoconulid

(hi?po-kon'u-lid)
The distal, or fifth, cusp of the mandibular first molar tooth.
See: hypoconid

hy·po·con·u·lid

(hī'pō-kon'yū-lid) [TA]
Distal, or fifth, cusp of a mandibular molar tooth.
Synonym(s): distal cusp.
[hypo- + Mod. L. dim. of L. conus, cone]
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A four cuspid third molar is moderately worn including its hypoconulid. Transverse valleys are linear and shallow, while longitudinal valleys are wavy.
Multiple lingual cusps trait on mandibular premolars and hypoconulid reduction trait on mandibular first molar in living Jordanian population.
The hypoconulid had a fossette as well, and appeared as a deep pit.
The ml (MBLUZ-P-3.990, MBLUZ-P-5.896, MBLUZ-P-4.690; Table I; Figure 2f) has an anteriorly projected paraconid without enamel band; a metaconid enamel band is present; meta-entoconid fold shallow and reflected 45[degrees] anteromesialy; ento-hypoconid fold deeper and less inclined (85[degrees]) anteromesialy than meta-entoconid fold; hypoconid buccolingually broad, looks like a trigonid size; anterior facet of the trigonid convex; the lingual enamel band extends to the metaconid to the anterolingual side of the hypoconid, without covering it totally; buccal enamel fold deeper; buccal enamel band covering the anteromesial protoconid facet through posteromesial hypoconulid facet; hypoconid lingually projected; buccal enamel broader than lingual enamel.
Additionally, Ankylodon progressus has a reduced anterior cingulid relative to Ankylodon annectens and a well developed hypoconulid (2) both of which are seen in PTRM 1600.
In most anthracotheriids the metastyle is at least moderately developed on M3/ in order to occlude with the posteriorlyextended M/3 hypoconulid (e.g., as in AMNH 1039, Fig.
It is a rather plastic feature that arises via multiple modes correlated with the development of the hypoconulid and the hypocone.
A particular cusp, called the hypoconulid, sits in a back central part of the tooth.
The apices of metaconid and entoconid are broken and hypoconulid is missing (Fig.