bilophodont

bilophodont

[bī′läf·ə‚dänt]
(zoology)
Having two transverse ridges, as the molar teeth of certain animals.
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The M2 shows a tetralophodont pattern with anteroloph and posteroloph obsolescent in young individuals to bilophodont in adults.
In particular, both have the main cusps arranged in opposite pairs, the tendency to a trilophodont M1 in adults, and an anteriorly-posteriorly compressed procingulum that coupled with its coalescence to the metaconid produce on the m1 a nearly bilophodont pattern.
The tooth is bilophodont with the contact facets (Fig.
The true molar in Deinotherium, is always bilophodont (Sarwar, 1977).
2]dp or second left upper deciduous molar, bilophodont, with a mesiodistal longitude of the crown measuring 31.