homoeodont

Crest vs Homoeodont - What's the difference?

crest | homoeodont |


As an acronym crest

is (military) the five types of verbal support used to enhance an (oral) presentation: comparisons, reasons, examples, statistics, testimony.

As an adjective homoeodont is

conical, without tubercles or crests.

Tubercle vs Homoeodont - What's the difference?

tubercle | homoeodont |


As a noun tubercle

is (anatomy) a round nodule, small eminence, or warty outgrowth, especially those found on bones for the attachment of a muscle or ligament or small elevations on the surface of a tooth.

As an adjective homoeodont is

conical, without tubercles or crests.

Homoiodont vs Homoeodont - What's the difference?

homoiodont | homoeodont | Alternative forms |

Homoiodont is an alternative form of homoeodont.


As an adjective homoeodont is

conical, without tubercles or crests.

Homeodont vs Homoeodont - What's the difference?

homeodont | homoeodont | Alternative forms |

Homeodont is an alternative form of homoeodont.


As an adjective homoeodont is

conical, without tubercles or crests.