Translation of dentition in Spanish:


dentadura, n.

Pronunciation /dɛnˈtɪʃən/ /dɛnˈtɪʃ(ə)n/

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  • 1

    (set of teeth)
    dentadura feminine
    milk dentition primera dentición
    • The dentition of the species is highly reduced, with males possessing one or occasionally two pairs of short teeth in the tip of the lower jaw.
    • The size of the first upper and first lower molar is the least variable in the permanent dentition of most mammals, a pattern that has been confirmed in canids.
    • I present a method developed to describe the entire dentition of the Carnivoramorpha and other mammalian meat eaters (Creodonta).
    • This paper introduces a quantitative method that describes the entire dentition of carnivores, capturing its functional complexity and heterogeneity.
    • Features one would expect to see in herbivorous dinosaurs that provide some evidence of diet include dentition.
    • The dentition of these animals was quite peculiar, and very different from that of other cynodonts.
    • Their dentition was rather unspecialized and versatile, suggesting an omnivorous lifestyle.
    • Despite their morphological and ecological diversity, all rodents share one characteristic: their dentition is highly specialized for gnawing.
    • Perhaps the strangest dentition is found in the vampire bats, which have enlarged and bladelike incisors and canines, but molars extremely reduced in size and complexity.
    • The chief limitation on the number of fossil species studied was the rarity in museum collections of skulls with complete dentition, especially incisors.
    • Because of the tight correlation between dentition and ecology, dental characters can be used effectively to infer aspects of the diet or ecological niche.
    • Transmission electron microscopy reveals that the enamel of the lungfish dentition contains no collagen, nor does it stain with picrosirius red.
    • The upper dentition, based on socket size, is slightly heterodont, with smaller premaxillary teeth and larger maxillary teeth.
    • These were impressive-looking beasts easily recognized by their distinctive dentition of intermeshing incisors.
    • With a mouthful of this murderous fruitlike dentition, tyrannosaurs had a whopping bite, which might have made up for their reduced forelimbs.
    • Conodonts have been known for almost as long as there has been paleontology, but their peculiar dentition was all that was known of the group.
    • The development of the tongue and reduced dentition are reminiscent of the nectar feeding bats in the family Phyllostomidae.
    • The combination of the body proportions and poorly developed dentition suggest that the hatchlings may have required parental care.
    • The impressions left behind in the underside of the surfboard were more reminiscent of a pinniped's dentition than that of a white shark.
    • The patient's dentition was normal, and the left mandibular teeth were nontender and immobile.
  • 2

    (teething process)
    dentición feminine