Untooth

Related to Untooth: tooth

Un`tooth´


v. t.1.To take out the teeth of.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Diagnosis: R5 longer than it and joining C beyond its apex; tarsal claws variable, untoothed or toothed on forelegs, curved on basal third or beyond the midlength, empodia shorter than claws; male cerci may be rectangular or triangular, lobed or non lobed; female ovipositor short or barely protrusible and female cerci separate with two larger setae on apex.
Instrument used for this dissection were toothed & untoothed forceps, scissors, scalpel, chisel, hand saw, hammer, periosteum elevator, long bladed knife, retractor, bone nibbler, bone cutter and electric saw.
The donor DM and endothelium were gently stripped off using 0.12 mm untoothed forceps, which could prevent wrinkling of the donor DM at the interface.
3A) with well-developed blade; untoothed; with one pointed, well-developed, pre-apical tooth.
The conveyor features the option of toothed or untoothed belts, which can carry cartons up to 100 kilograms, and is available with three different drives via the spur gear motor.
The most common types are corollas with an external three-dentate or four-dentate lip and one entire, untoothed, internal lip (Fig.
A few cleaner wrasse (Labroides dimdiatus) swim around its untoothed mouth feeding on the manta's ectoparasites.
For a botanists description of the American ebonies, Donald Culross Peattie writes, "The persimmons, our American representative of the Ebony genus--display alternate, simple, untoothed leaves and unisexual flowers, commonly all of one sex on a single tree, but sometimes the sexes intermix on the same tree." Peattie describes the tree as having a thick, dark brown or gray tinged with red bark which is deeply divided into innumerable square plates.
The main characteristics of this genus are wings with R5 longer than it and joining C beyond its apex, tarsal claws toothed on at least forelegs or untoothed, male cerci may be quadrate, secondarily lobed or acute, female ovipositor short or barely protrusible and female cerci separate.
3-4): claws falciform, untoothed; empodia less than 1/2 length of claws; pulvilli about 1/4 length of claws.
This suggests that one of the functions of teeth in colder climates is to boost sap flow and also that untoothed margins correlate with leaf thickness and, in turn, with temperature.