crista triangularis

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cris·ta tri·an·gu·la·ris

[TA]
a crest or ridge that extends from the apex of a cusp of a premolar or molar tooth toward the central part of the occlusal surface.

cris·ta tri·an·gu·la·ris

(kristă trī-anggyū-lāris) [TA]
Crest or ridge that extends from apex of a cusp of a premolar or molar tooth toward central part of occlusal surface.
Synonym(s): triangular ridge [TA] , triangular crest.
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Unearthed in 2007, Probrachylophosaurus bergei's most notable feature is a small, triangular crest that runs from the snout up to the forehead.