The mental foramen is present in the dentary bone
below the anterior portion of m1.
 Not directly inserted on anteromesial surface of dentary bone
The lower jaw was almost completely made up of dentary bone
; other minor components included the angular, surangular, and articular bones.
1), which lies dorso-mesially to the A1-ost, runs from sphenotic, the pterotic, the preopercle and the hyomandibulo-metapterygoid to the medial surface of the dentary bone
. The adductor mandibulae A3' is divided into a dorsal and a ventral part.
1), together with the dentary bone
, coronomeckelian and Meckel's cartilage, constitute the mandible.
--Mandibular length (MDL): The length of the lower jaw, from the top of the dentary bone
to the caudal most projection of the angle.
Among the pike bones of the late 14th through the 15th century, the most frequent was the dentary bone
, while in the 16th to the 17th century, those were vertebrae.
George (2012) also identified several synapomorphic characters of the dentary bone
for the tribe Notiosoricini.
In the two males, teeth on the rostromedial vomerine tooth ridges appeared more hypertrophied than either teeth on the caudolateral vomerine ridges or on the maxillary, premaxillary, and dentary bones
[ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3A, B OMITTED].
The top group represents pairs in which the premaxilla, maxilla, and dentary bones
are advanced; the second group represents characters in which other bones are advanced; the third group represents characters in which other skeletal structures are advanced; and the final group represents those characters in which muscles are advanced.
in association with the rostrum, a small fragment of one of the dentary bones
with one or more cheek teeth is accreted onto the palate and is mostly covered in matrix, obscuring the contained lower teeth as well as some maxillary teeth.