Serrated


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Serrated

Consisting of notches on the edges, like a saw.

serrated

Notched on the edges, like a saw.
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Graduate student and lead author Kirstin Brink along with Professor Robert Reisz from U of T Mississauga's Department of Biology suggest that Dimetrodon, a carnivore that walked on land between 298 million and 272 million years ago, was the first terrestrial vertebrate to develop serrated ziphodont teeth.
Lead author Kirstin Brink along with Professor Robert Reisz from University of Toronto Mississauga's Department of Biology suggested that Dimetrodon was the first terrestrial vertebrate to develop serrated ziphodont teeth.
A serrated knife is not recommended and if it's not sharp enough, I'm not surprised it's shredding your roast
Only one side of its teeth are serrated, and its teeth are angled forward, all the better to impale a wriggling fish and swallow it whole.
In addition, serrated lesions are now included as part of the surveillance schedule after a baseline colonoscopy.
Although some ichthyosaurs that evolved millions of years later also had serrated teeth, those predators weren't nearly as large.
Still made in the USA, the standard version has a serrated, 6.
The leaves of honey bush are pinnate and deeply serrated.
To describe the histopathologic features of traditional serrated adenoma and sessile serrated adenoma and their comparison with traditional adenomas and hyperplastic polyp.
Made of stainless steel, with an 8" blade featuring a serrated edge
Sandvik has developed a serrated tool for the process, the Long Edge Tool, which is helically moved through the bore.
The heavy-duty configuration includes a two-over-three tine design with solid tines and serrated teeth.