Selenodont

Selenodont teeth are the type of molars and premolars commonly found in ruminant herbivores. They are characterized by low crowns, and crescent-shaped cusps when viewed from above (crown view). The term comes from the Greek roots selene (crescent), and odous (tooth). They differ from human molars in that the occlusal surface is not covered in enam...
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selenodont

Denoting an animal, or man, having teeth, as the human molars, with longitudinal crescent-shaped ridges. ... Origin: G. Selene, moon, + odous (odont-), tooth ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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selenodont

selenodont Having molars with crescent-shaped cusps that serve to grind fibrous food and which occur in herbivores.
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Selenodont

Teeth with a crown pattern of longitudinal crescentic ridges.
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selenodont

Type: Term Pronunciation: sĕ-lē′nō-dont Definitions: 1. Denoting an animal, or human being, having teeth, such as the human molars, with longitudinal crescent-shaped ridges.
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