cynodont

Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′nō-dont Definitions: 1. A canine tooth. 2. A tooth having one cusp or point.
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cynodont

[n] - small carnivorous reptiles
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cynodont

1. A canine tooth. ... 2. A tooth having one cusp or point. ... Origin: G. Kyon, dog, + odous (odont-), tooth ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cynodont

noun small carnivorous reptiles
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cynodont

(suborder or infraorder Cynodontia), mammallike reptiles of the order Therapsida (see therapsid) that existed from the Late Permian to the Early ...
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cynodont

cynodont 1. A canine tooth. 2. A tooth having one cusp or point.
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Cynodont

Cynodontia or cynodonts ("dog teeth") are a taxon of therapsids which first appeared in the Late Permian (approximately 260 Ma) and were eventually distributed throughout all seven continents by the Early Triassic (256 Ma). This clade includes modern mammals and their extinct close relatives. They were one of the most diverse groups of therapsid..
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