the four bases in DNA: adenine (A), guanine (G), thymine (T), and cytosine (C). During the replication process, adenine bonds with thymine (A-T), and cytosine bonds with guanine (C-G), if there are no mutations
paired elements present on both the left and right side of the body, or a condition that effects both sides of the body
a cusp pattern where ridges (i.e., lophes) are present between the pair of mesial and distal molar cusps
area of the brain located on the left side of the fontal lobe responsible for the production of speech, including muscle control of the mouth, tongue and larynx.
[syn. supraorbital torus] the bony protrusion above the eye orbit seen in many primates
for premolars and molars, a relative term referring to the part of the tooth that is closer to the cheek, the opposite of lingual
premolars and molars that have low, rounded cusps