Definitions for "Teeth"
pl. of Tooth.
The fringe around the edge of the capsule.
One of the most common human and animal diseases is periodontal (gum) disease. The buildup of plaque and then tartar on the teeth leads to gum infections, root infections, bad breath, and eventually tooth loss. The hard chewing action of dry food can help reduce the potential of dental problems as can daily cleaning with a soft toothbrush or gauze. Most important for a healthy mouth is periodic professional care, which includes a thorough cleaning and scraping of plaque under general anesthesia. After cleaning, the teeth are polished so that plaque has a more difficult time adhering to the surface of the tooth, an important step in preventative dentistry.
Teeth is a black comedy horror film written and directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein. It premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival in the independent drama category. Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company picked the film up for a release sometime in 2007.
Larvae of some species develop 'larval teeth' prior to the appearance of definitive teeth. Larval teeth are little exserted spines on the premaxilla or dentary, and they are lost during the larval phase (Baldwin 1990). The descriptions herein do not generally distinguish between 'larval teeth' and definitive teeth.
Narrow, round, spore-producing projections hanging from the bottom of the caps of certain mushrooms such as the hedgehog mushroom.
Projections on the rotor and stator found in hybrid stepper motors.
any marginal protuberance, usually sharp-pointed
Botanical: Small marginal lobes.
The size of the driven gear is measured in the teeth around the circumference of this sprocket. Changing gears therefore requires to 'run more/less teeth', i.e. use a driven gear of different size.
Keywords:  serrated, parent, term
Parent Term: Serrated
Keywords:  breed, grow
To breed, or grow, teeth.
Keywords:  hinge, animal, inner, shell, valves
the structures along the hinge line on the inner surface of the shell that serve to lock the two valves together when the animal closes its shell.
the kind and number and arrangement of teeth (collectively) in a person or animal
Another term sometimes applied to cutting blades and points.
Keywords:  bits, see
See bits.