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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Having teeth differentiated into molars, canines and incisors.

Usage examples (3)
  • Its most unusual feature, however, is its dentition: it was regarded by its describers as being heterodont.
  • Carcharodon is actually quite heterodont: the upper jaw teeth are wider and stouter than the lower jaw teeth, the teeth decrease markedly in size towards the corners of...
  • If you have an organism with mammary glands, we can predict it will have a complex eukaryote cell structure with organelles, ingest other organisms for nourishment, have... for more
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