dentiform


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Related to dentiform: dentoform, Typodont

den·ti·form

 (dĕn′tə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a tooth: dentiform crystals.
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dentiform

(ˈdɛntɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Anatomy) shaped like a tooth
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den•ti•form

(ˈdɛn təˌfɔrm)

adj.
tooth-shaped.
[1570–80]
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den·ti·form

a. odontoide, dentado-a, de proyección similar a un diente.
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The metal flowing law, the von Mises stress, and the formed outer diameter of an involute spline were forecasted; the errors between the simulation results and the dentiform object of the involute spline were analyzed.
Valvae asymmetrical, left valva spatulate, densely setose on inner surface, terminal part of ventral margin slightly extended, with a dentiform, short process; right valva triangular, 2/3 as long as left valva, densely setose on ventral half of inner surface, with a dentiform, short process apically, costa convex at basal 1/3; costal process stout, bent at basal 1/3, broadened to apex, terminal 2/3 round dorsally, straight ventrally, obtuse apically.
Profemora with both dorsal carinae lobulate, the posteroventral carina supplied with several narrow, roundly dentiform lobules in the basal half.