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temscope="" itemtype="http://schema.org/WebPage" lang="en">docs vol1 52386062 cheek teeth structure site:www.arlis.org - Google Search
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/20020904145426.htmlThis lizard also has acrodont, heterodont teeth. The lizard possesses both
caniniform incisors for grasping and molariform cheekteeth for crushing.
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/phocidae.htmlAug 27, 2006 ... The canines are long and pointed, and the cheek teeth usually have 3 cusps, but
their structure varies considerably among species.
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/odobenidae.htmlAug 27, 2006 ... This structure, which may exceed 60 cm in length, is said to frequently show ...
The cheek teeth are conical or flattened, perhaps specialized for ...
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/lagomorpha.htmlAug 27, 2006 ... These teeth grow throughout the animal's life and have a layer of enamel ... The
crowns of the cheek teeth are relatively simple, with transverse ...
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/perissodactyla.htmlAug 27, 2006 ... ... is elongated and accomodates a full series of large cheek teeth (most ...
stomach, in contrast to the chambered structure of most artiodactyls.
www.arlis.org/docs/vol1/52386062/ochotonidae.htmlAug 27, 2006 ... The dental formula of pikas is 2/1, 0/0, 3/2, 2/3 = 26. As in leporids, the first ... A
large diastema separates the incisors and the first cheekteeth.