talonid

tal·o·nid

(tal'ŏ-nid)
The distal portion of the human molar crown, consisting of the hypoconid, hypoconulid, and entoconid.

talonid

(tăl′ō-nĭd) [ME. talon, heel]
The crushing region, the posterior or heel part, of a lower molar tooth.

tal·o·nid

(tal'ŏ-nid)
Distal portion of human molar crown, consisting of hypoconid, hypoconulid, and entoconid.
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The trigonid and talonid are connected to the prehypocristid and preentocristid by the postprotocristid and the postmetacristid with prehypocristid and preentocristid, respectively.
The p4 has a strongly developed posterior cuspid, m1 with strong and voluminous metaconid, m2 big with reduced to absent paraconid, narrow talonid almost completely occupied by the hypoconid.
tricolor specimens have smaller teeth dimensions by about 3.75% to 40.72% (m2 talonid width and M2 transverse width, respectively) regarding T.
George (2012) was able to distinguish three autapomorphic characters for Notiosorex (diagnostic only to genus): (1) lightly pigmented teeth, (2) posterior extent of alveolus of i1 in labial view reaching past paraconid to metaconid of m1, and (3) only one cusp, the hypoconid, present on talonid of m3.
The specimens do not have the mental foramen situated beneath the talonid of ml, and thus do not represent Petenyia.
Additionally, a third distinct species exists in manuscript form and can be differentiated by smaller size and a wider talonid than trigonid on the m1 (7).
In part, this is because some authors call a fifth lophid on a Cuvieronius m3 the talonid, depending on its overall width and height.
indigenus, it differs by its distinctly larger size (about 40% longer) and in its more massive talonid on M1.
The trigonid is slightly wider than the talonid. The cristid obliqua is strong and high, taking a sinuous course across the talonid basin to ascend the posterior trigonid wall just lingual of the midline.
(1991) primarily on the basis of the presence of a "postentoconid notch," a small pit on the distolingual margin of the talonid of M1-2; this in spite of general similarity to the slightly older Neosaimiri fieldsi.
The trigonid and talonid are not equal in size; the trigonid is narrower than the talonid.