wolf tooth

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τρίχρονος επιβήτορας το βγάζει και τον ενοχλεί.
? κάνει παραλληλισμό με τον φρονιμίτη.
δεν προλαβαίνω να ψάξω.

μήπως είναι κυνόδοντας;
« Last Edit: 09 Mar, 2006, 15:38:35 by maria_pol »


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Wolf teeth:
The wolf tooth, if the horse gets any at all (this varies), is a sharp little pointy tooth just in front of the row of cheek teeth. They are rudimentary premolar teeth (named pm1) with no real function in the modern horse. The size of both the crown and root of the wolf tooth varies a great deal. It is considered to be a permanent tooth as we don't see any shedding. A horse can get from 0-4 of these teeth, and they are usually removed as they are often sharp, and because of the bit, they can cause problems in the modern sports horse. The wolf teeth can also be unerupted or "blind" and can be felt as little bumps in the gum. Blind wolf teeth can also cause soreness in the gums and cause problems as they are often dislocated a little further into the space between the incisors and the cheek teeth where we put the bit. We most often see them in the upper jaw, but in some horses (especially the standardbred horse) it is not uncommon to also get wolf teeth in the lower jaw (and often unerupted). Eruption of the wolf teeth usually occur from 5-6 months of age. They are usually removed to avoid problems later.


Υπεράριθμοι προγόμφιοι

(Στον Οδυσσέα: υπεράριθμος γομφίος, αλλά όπως βλέπουμε πιο πάνω, είναι premolar.)



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Στα αρχαία, οι λυκόδοντες ήταν οι κυνόδοντες. Χωρίς να μπορείς να το χρησιμοποιήσεις εδώ.


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