unicuspid


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u·ni·cus·pid

 (yo͞o′nĭ-kŭs′pĭd)
adj.
Having only one cusp. Used of a tooth.
n.
A unicuspid tooth.
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Adj.1.unicuspid - having a single cusp or point; "a unicuspid tooth"
angulate, angular - having angles or an angular shape
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Shrews follow, with a clear illustration to show the absurdly small fourth unicuspid tooth in the upper jaw that distinguishes the genus Suncus (3 Borneo species) from Crocidura (another 3 species).
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Species Trunk myomeres Circumoral teeth American Brook Lamprey 64-75 Unicuspid Northern Brook Lamprey 47-56 Unicuspid Silver Lamprey 47-55 Unicuspid Chestnut Lamprey 49-56 Bicuspid Species Dorsal fin Lateral line pores American Brook Lamprey Separate None Northern Brook Lamprey Connected None Silver Lamprey Connected Black Chestnut Lamprey Connected Black Table 2.--Lampreys collected and preserved by biologists of the City of Elkhart Public Works and Utilities during 1998-2012.
It has a long, slender, and unicuspid upper incisor in each side and six lower incisors; the four median are broad tricuspids, the outer ones are unicuspid, exceedingly minute (Thomas, 1892), less than 1/20th as large as first or second incisors, nearly concealed beneath cingulum of canine (Miller, 1907).
Ten to 12 scales between the dorsal fin bases; anal fin origin posterior to a vertical through posterior end (insertion) of the first (spinous) dorsal fin base; teeth in multiple rows with single points (unicuspid) at all sizes ...
Shrew unicuspid variation coupled with adult external measurements was sufficient to accurately identify most species (MacDonald and Cook 2009).
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Moreover m1 with less reduced talonid and sometime with metaconid in Adcrocuta but with a rudimentary talonid, unicuspid and without metaconid in Percrocuta are the characteristics of these genera.