homodont

Homodont vs Heterodoxy - What's the difference?

homodont | heterodoxy |


As an adjective homodont

is (zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.

As a noun heterodoxy is

the quality of being heterodox.

Homodont - What does it mean?

homodont | |

Homodont vs Hetrodont - What's the difference?

homodont | hetrodont |

Heredont vs Homodont - What's the difference?

heredont | homodont |


As an adjective homodont is

(zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.

Terms vs Homodont - What's the difference?

terms | homodont |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective homodont is

(zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.

Homodont vs Heterodont - What's the difference?

homodont | heterodont |


In zoology|lang=en terms the difference between homodont and heterodont

is that homodont is (zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type while heterodont is (zoology) a heterodont animal.

As adjectives the difference between homodont and heterodont

is that homodont is (zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type while heterodont is (zoology) having teeth of different types (like most mammals).

As a noun heterodont is

(zoology) a heterodont animal.

Polydont vs Homodont - What's the difference?

polydont | homodont | Related terms |

Polydont is a related term of homodont.


As an adjective homodont is

(zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.

Homodonty vs Homodont - What's the difference?

homodonty | homodont | Related terms |

Homodonty is a related term of homodont.


As an adjective homodont is

(zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.

Teeth vs Homodont - What's the difference?

teeth | homodont |


As a noun teeth

is .

As an adjective homodont is

(zoology) having teeth that are all of the same type.