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  1. Natural History Collections: Carnivores

    The basic dental formula of carnivores is I (incisor) 3/3, C (canine) 1 /1, PM ( pre-molar) 4/4, M (molar) 3/3 = 44 with well-developed canines. ...
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  2. Natural History Collections: Canidae

    Picture of dog part of carnivore case. ORDER CARNIVORA FAMILY CANIDAE ...
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  3. Dental Anatomy

    Jul 22, 2002 ... Dental formulae are used to indicate the number of each type of ... are what is seen in man, carnivores such as dogs and cats, and pigs. ...
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  4. Dental Anatomy of Cats

    Nov 6, 2001 ... Cats are obligate carnivores, although pet cats consume a ...
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  5. dental formula - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about dental formula

    The dentition and dental formulae of a typical herbivore (sheep) and carnivore ( dog). The dog has long pointed canines for puncturing and gripping its prey ...
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  6. teeth

    Thus the dental formula for humans is 2123/2123. For a rabbit, which has no ... with the grinding teeth of herbivores and the cutting teeth of carnivores. ...
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  7. Anatomy and Physiology of Animals/The Gut and Digestion ...

    Oct 18, 2010 ... The guts of carnivores are usually shorter and less complex than those .... Diagram 11.6 - A sheep's skull. The dental formula for a dog is: ...
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  8. Dentition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Jump to Dental formulae examples: The Aye-aye's deciduousdental formula (dI:dC:dM)is ... since it is a carnivore, are called carnassials and are used ...
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  9. Bear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The dental formula for living bears is: Upper: 3.1.2-4.2, lower: 3.1.2-4.3 ...
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  10. Dental Formulas

    TABLE 03: Dental Formulas, Close this Page Print This Page ... Dental Formula - Cow, Sheep, Goat - Deciduous ... Dental Formula - Dog - Deciduous ...
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  11. [DOC]

    Introduction to Veterinary Dentistry

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    Dental Anatomy. The Dog and Cat have similar teeth. Both animals have carnivorous tendencies, the cat being an obligate carnivore, which have shaped the design and .... To describe the teeth found in a species we use a dental formula. ...
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  12. BBC - h2g2 - Dentition of Pets

    Apr 27, 2005 ... The dental formula is written as follows: I 22 C 11 P 22 M 33 ... a carnivore needs more cutting and tearing teeth whilst omnivores need a mixture of ... As the dental formula shows, they have no temporary molars. ...
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  13. 2.3DentalDesignFormAndFunction

    The teeth in carnivores are adapted for catching, killing, and slicing ... The dental formula for the dog reflects the more omnivorous diet of this animal. ...
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  14. DENTAL FORMULAE

    The number of each type of tooth varies from one species to another and the conventional way of describing them is by a "dental formula". The type of teeth ...
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  15. Fox Skull

    TAXONOMY Order - Carnivora (typical carnivores) Suborder - Canoidea ... Dental Formula : 3.1.4.2 / 3.1.4.3 (3rd molar vestigial and often missing) ...
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  16. Biology: a functional approach. Students' manual - Google Books Result

    M.B.V. Roberts, T. J. King - 1987 - Biology - 416 pages
    Thus the dental formula of the human adult .2 1 x 2 x 2 = 32 CARNIVORES Q ... you may feed your own dog on, it is supposed to be a meat- eater (carnivore). ...
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  17. Medi-Cal Dog Food - Reviews on RateItAll

    Nov 28, 2005 ... Although it is true, wolves are carnivores, dogs are actually ... They also have a Dental formula that is THE MOST PALATABLE diet that I ...
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  18. Lion

    No. of Teeth: 30 Dental formula: Carnivore I 3/3, C 1/1, P3/2, M 1/1 Some variation has been reported. Subspecies: Extinct: Barbary Lion (P.l. leo) ...
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  19. Mountain Lion History

    Adult Dental Formula ..... The Florida panther: Life and death of a vanishing carnivore. Island Press, Washington. Nowell, K. and P. Jackson, eds. 1996. ...
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  20. Dog Dental Care

    The Dog's Dentition: The dental formula is the following: each maxillary ( inferior and superior) has six incisive and two canine teeth. ...
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  21. Teeth in Mammals

    Hence Smoky Bats (family Furipteridae) have thedental formula 2123-3133 ... but in carnivores some of them at least are slimmer and are used to cut flesh. ...
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  22. Head

    The typical dental formula of the carnivore is I3/3 C1/1 P4/4 M3/4 (meaning that in each half of the upper and lower jaw there are three incisors, ...
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  23. An illustrated guide to veterinary medical terminology - Google Books Result

    Janet Amundson Romich - 2000 - Medical - 323 pages
    For example, the dental formula for the adult dog is 2 (I 3/3 ... (bra-ke-dohnt) ie, carnivores The anatomy of the tooth basically consists of the enamel ...
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    You Are What You Eat

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    What types of teeth are present in the skull? Is this animal an herbivore, carnivore, or omnivore? Extension. Have students create a dental formula for the ...
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    Laboratory Exercise: Vertebrate Adaptation of Teeth and Bone

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    Determine the dental formula of the specimen and classify it as either an insectivore, herbivore, gnawer, carnivore, or omnivore using the information below ...
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  26. Zoology 365: Biology of Mammals

    So here's a suggested plan of attack for figuring the dental formula of a carnivore. 1. Articulate the skull (put it together) and move the jaws up and down ...
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  27. The Dental Anatomy of a Dog | DailyPuppy.com

    The teeth of carnivores, such asdogs, and herbivores are classified as ... represented by a dental formula, which counts the number of teeth in the upper ...
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  28. Ferret FAQ - Natural History

    Feb 27, 1998 ... Ferrets are at the top of the carnivore end of the food-preference spectrum. .... The dental formula for the ferret's deciduous dentition is ...
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  29. Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America: Terrestrial ... - Google Books Result

    Christine Marie Janis, Kathleen Marie Scott, Louis L. Jacobs - 1998 - Nature - 703 pages
    Dental formula 13/3, Cl/1, P2/2, Ml/1. Moderately enlarged and flattened, ... Dental formula 13/3, Cl/1, P2/2, Ml/1. Lower canines more reduced than in Nim- ...
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    Mammal lab handout - MAMMAL LABORATORY

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    Identify these carnivore skulls. Genus. Dental Formula. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Which specific teeth make up the “carnassial pair”? What is their primary function ...
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  31. Humans vs Carnivores | Facebook

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    Starting from the center and moving outward, our formula, and that of most anthropoids, is 2/1/5. The dental formula for carnivores is 3/1/5-to-8. ...
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  32. Fall'96Syllabus

    The primitive marsupial dental formula is 5-1-3-4 / 4-1-3-4. ... In comparing the skulls of carnivores and herbivores, it can be seen that the shearing ...
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  33. The Dental Anatomy of a Dog | eHow.com

    Apr 15, 2010 ... The number of each type of tooth is commonly represented by a dental formula, which counts the number of teeth in the upper and lower jaw of ...
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    ANATOMY LAB 11 - BIOLOGY 453 - COMPARATIVE VERT. ANATOMY LAB 11 ...

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    Be able to do write out the dental formula of these species: Primates & cat/fox like carnivores with obvious carnassials. 9. Identify the enlarged canines ...
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  35. Essentials of Physical Anthropology - Google Books Result

    Robert Jurmain, Lynn Kilgore, Wenda Trevathan - 2008 - Social Science - 390 pages
    Biologists use what's called a dental formula to describe the number of each type ... For example, carnivores typically have premolars and molars with high ...
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  36. Carnivores teeth? I need some help with this...? -Yahoo! UK ...

    Dec 26, 2010 ... The basic dental formula of carnivores is I (incisor) 3/3, C (canine) 1 /1, PM ( pre-molar) 4/4, M (molar) 3/3 = 44 with well-developed ...
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  37. Class Mammalia

    The example above represents a mammal whose dental formula is 3/3, 0/1, 3/3, ... Which animal on the table is a pure carnivore? What's with the armadillo? ...
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  38. Bobcat Morphology

    Dental formula (plural, formulae) - A brief method for expressing the number ... Each order possess unique sets of dentition: e.g. carnivore, insectivore, ...
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  39. Mammalogy - Google Books Result

    Terry A. Vaughan, James M. Ryan, Nicholas J. Czaplewski - 2010 - Nature - 750 pages
    The dentitions of a modern carnivore, a modern herbivore, ... 2-17 has this dental formula.) The dental formula lists the teeth of only one side; therefore, ...
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  40. digestion flashcards | Quizlet

    Nov 28, 2010 ... carnivore, what type of animals have pointed occlusal surface teeth for ... I3/3 C1/1 P4/4 M2/3 = 42 adult dog dental formula - 7 misses ...
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  41. Biogeography of wolverine (Gulo gulo)

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    They have 38 teeth with a dental formula of incisor 3/3, canine1/1, premolar 4/4 , ..... “Making Sense of the Policy Process for Carnivore Conservation. ...
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  42. Predators with pouches: the biology of carnivorous marsupials - Google Books Result

    Menna Jones, Chris R. Dickman, Mike Archer - 2003 - Nature - 486 pages
    The typical dental formula for the order Carnivora is 3/3, 1/1, 4/4 and 2/3 for a total of ... Passage of digesta through the short, uncomplicated carnivore ...
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  43. ADW: Kinds of Teeth

    Jul 5, 1997 ... Dental formulae --The number of teeth of each type in an animal's mouth ... Mammalogists use a convenient shorthand, or dental formula, ...
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  44. what is the dental formula for the deciduous teeth | Content ...

    Get details ofwhat-is-the-dental-formula-for-the-deciduous-teeth. ... Sharp point teeth; carnivore. A mix of both would indicate an omnivore. ...
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  45. The wild mammals of Missouri - Google Books Result

    Charles Walsh Schwartz, Elizabeth Reeder Schwartz, Missouri. Dept. of Conservation - 2001 - Nature - 368 pages
    The last upper premolar and first lower molar of most carnivores are developed into specialized ... Thus the dental formula of the gray fox is written: ...
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  46. Distinguishing Human from Animal Bones - Arizona State Museum

    In addition, many animals have different dental formulas compared to humans. ... Carnivores have sharp, pointed cheek teeth; Herbivores have broad, ...
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  47. [PDF]

    LIFE SCIENCE

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    representing omnivores, carnivores, and herbivores. An information guide is included. ... Dental Formula: I 3/3, C 1/1, P 4/4, M 3/3 X 2 = 44 ...
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  48. The carnivores - Google Books Result

    R. F. Ewer - 1998 - Nature - 500 pages
    The dental formula, as in the majority of Canidae, is If, C}, P$, Mf, making a total of forty-two teeth. The canines are large but neither very sharp nor ...
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  49. Answers.com - Why are the dental formulas in humans and cats differ

    dental formulas are different in humans and cats because humans are ... grindup the vegetables and cats are carnivores meaning they only eat meat and they ...
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  50. The Primates: Glossary of Terms

    Oct 22, 2009 ... Animals that have this sort of diet are carnivores. ... The Old World monkeys and apes also share this dental formula. ...
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  51. The mammals of the southern African subregion - Google Books Result

    John D. Skinner, Christian T. Chimimba - 2005 - Science - 814 pages
    ... a typical canid carnivore, showing (a) occipital foramen, (bj occipital condyle, ... Their huge cars and different dental formula warrant inclusion in a ...
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  52. Tigers: Physical Characteristics and Special Adaptations

    ... jaw) are the most scissorlike of all carnivores. They function like knife blades to slice meat. d. Dental formula for tigers: I=3/3, C=1/1,P=3/2, M=1/1 ...
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  53. Dentition encyclopedia topics | Reference.com

    The number of teeth of each type is written as a dental formula for one side ... is a carnivore, are called carnassials and are used to slice meat and skin. ...
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  54. The African wild dog: behavior, ecology, and conservation - Google Books Result

    Scott Creel, Nancy Marusha Creel - 2002 - Nature - 341 pages
    The dental formula is 1 (upper), 14 (lower). ... the largest premolars (relative to body mass) of all carnivores other than hyenas (Van Valkenburgh 1989). ...
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  55. Dental formula - Definition

    The number of teeth of each type is written as a dental formula. ... since it is a carnivore, are called carnassials and are used to slice meat and skin. ...
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  56. Digestive System Worksheet - WikiEducator

    May 16, 2009 ... h) Carnivores need to eat most of the day to get enough nutrients. ... k) The numbers in a dental formula indicate the numbers of different ...
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  57. Mammals

    For carnivores, the important aspect of these dental formulae is that all four types of teeth are represented. The structure of the teeth is also important ...
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    Ducusin's ADSS presentation handout - OBJECTIVES LECTURE OUTLINE ...

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    Aug 4, 2009 ... Dental formula. Dog. Deciduous teeth. Permanent teeth ... Not significant in carnivores but age determination may bereliable in 90% of dogs ...
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    Mammalogy (BIOEE 451) Lab 1 – Skull and Dentition I Mammalogy in ...

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    Review the section in the lab manual on dental formulas (pp. .... of herbivores and carnivores. This compromise has resulted in bunodont teeth, meaning that ...
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  60. Two new species of African Haemaphysalis ticks (Acari: Ixodidae ...

    by DA Apanaskevich - 2008 - Cited by 3 - Related articles
    The adults of the 2 new species are equal in size, but the dental formula of the hypostome of H. (R.) colesbergensis is 4/4 compared to 5/5 for H. (R.) ...
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