bunodont

Bunodont vs Zalambdodont - What's the difference?

bunodont | zalambdodont | coordinate terms |

Bunodont is a coordinate term of zalambdodont.


As adjectives the difference between bunodont and zalambdodont

is that bunodont is (of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks while zalambdodont is (zoology) having teeth with two ridges that meet at an angle, forming the letter lambda.

As nouns the difference between bunodont and zalambdodont

is that bunodont is a creature with teeth of this kind while zalambdodont is a creature with teeth of this kind.

Peak vs Bunodont - What's the difference?

peak | bunodont |


As nouns the difference between peak and bunodont

is that peak is a point; the sharp end or top of anything that terminates in a point; as, the peak, or front, of a cap while bunodont is a creature with teeth of this kind.

As a verb peak

is to reach a highest degree or maximum or peak can be to become sick or wan or peak can be .

As an adjective bunodont is

(of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks.

Rounded vs Bunodont - What's the difference?

rounded | bunodont |


As adjectives the difference between rounded and bunodont

is that rounded is made into a circle or sphere while bunodont is (of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks.

As a verb rounded

is (round).

As a noun bunodont is

a creature with teeth of this kind.

Cusp vs Bunodont - What's the difference?

cusp | bunodont |


As nouns the difference between cusp and bunodont

is that cusp is a sharp point or pointed end while bunodont is a creature with teeth of this kind.

As an adjective bunodont is

(of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks.

Molar vs Bunodont - What's the difference?

molar | bunodont |


As nouns the difference between molar and bunodont

is that molar is a back tooth having a broad surface used for grinding one's food while bunodont is a creature with teeth of this kind.

As adjectives the difference between molar and bunodont

is that molar is of or relating to the molar teeth, or to grinding or molar can be (chemistry) of, relating to, or being a solution containing one mole of solute per litre of solution while bunodont is (of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks.

Bunodont vs Gomphothere - What's the difference?

bunodont | gomphothere |


As nouns the difference between bunodont and gomphothere

is that bunodont is a creature with teeth of this kind while gomphothere is any of the extinct proboscideans of the family gomphotheriidae, that lived in north america and eurasia during the miocene and pliocene (12—16 million years ago), and latterly also in south america (around 3 million to 9100 years ago).

As an adjective bunodont

is (of molars) whose cusps are rounded, not sharp peaks.