Lophodont

A tooth with the cusps elongated to form narrow ridges.
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lophodont

Having the crowns of the molar teeth formed in transverse or longitudinal crests or ridges, in contrast to bunodont. ... Origin: G. Lophos, ridge, + odous, tooth ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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lophodont

Type: Term Pronunciation: lof′ŏ-dont Definitions: 1. Having the crowns of the molar teeth formed in transverse or longitudinal crests or ridges, in contrast to bunodont.
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