protocone

Hypocone vs Protocone - What's the difference?

hypocone | protocone |

Hypocone is a see also of protocone.


As nouns the difference between hypocone and protocone

is that hypocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

Paracone vs Protocone - What's the difference?

paracone | protocone |

Paracone is a see also of protocone.


As nouns the difference between paracone and protocone

is that paracone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

Metacone vs Protocone - What's the difference?

metacone | protocone |

Metacone is a see also of protocone.


As nouns the difference between metacone and protocone

is that metacone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

Mammal vs Protocone - What's the difference?

mammal | protocone |


As nouns the difference between mammal and protocone

is that mammal is an animal of the class mammalia, characterized by being warm-blooded, having hair and feeding milk to its young while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

Tooth vs Protocone - What's the difference?

tooth | protocone |


As nouns the difference between tooth and protocone

is that tooth is a hard, calcareous structure present in the mouth of many vertebrate animals, generally used for eating while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

As a verb tooth

is to provide or furnish with teeth.

Molar vs Protocone - What's the difference?

molar | protocone |


As nouns the difference between molar and protocone

is that molar is a back tooth having a broad surface used for grinding one's food while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

As an adjective 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.

Cusp vs Protocone - What's the difference?

cusp | protocone |


As nouns the difference between cusp and protocone

is that cusp is a sharp point or pointed end while protocone is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

Protocone vs Protoconal - What's the difference?

protocone | protoconal |


As a noun protocone

is (anatomy) a cusp in the corner of an upper molar tooth in mammals.

As an adjective protoconal is

of or pertaining to a protocone.