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kad commented on the word pseudotribosphenic
From what I can gather, this is a type of tooth, a molar to be more precise.Etymology: Pseudo, false, for superficial resemblance; tribos, grinding, for the grinding and crushing function of the pseudo-tribosphenic molar;
October 1, 2007