bunodont


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bunodont

[¦byü·nə‚dänt]
(anatomy)
Having tubercles or rounded cusps on the molar teeth, as in humans.
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The lower molars, especially the m1, are close to the material from Napak I, in particular NHM M 19085 (paratype of the species), which shares the strong development of the metaconid, the barely distinguishable entoconid that is essentially a peripheral cristid, and the overall bunodont aspect of the tooth.
Dorcabune differs from that of the studied material in: very bunodont conical molars thick and rugosed enamel well developed cingulum the presence of the double fold' on the protocone of the upper molars and a well-pronounced M structure with a double fold on the posterior side of the protoconid on the lower molars (Pilgrim 1915; Khan et al.
4 (entelodondds): Ms bunodont, quadrate, with tritubercular distal lobes, uninterrupted TVs, but paraconules unreduced (OW origin).
Chulpasia and Thylacotinga, late Paleocene-earliest Eocene trans-Antarctic Gondwanan bunodont marsupials: new data from Australia.
The relatively bunodont crown with trefoils excludes identification as "Mastodon" (= Mammut in North American usage), and the isolated tooth cannot be assigned with certainty to either Haplomastodon, Rhynchotherium or Cuvieronius (cf.