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Question 1: For example, members of the ________ (which includes mammals) generally possess incisors, canines ('eyeteeth'), premolars, and molars.
SynapsidDinosaurTetrapodReptile

Question 2: By contrast, homodont ('same teeth') dentition is the plesiomorphic (primitive) state for vertebrates, and is common in elasmobranchs, bony fish, ________, and most reptiles.
AmphibianMammalBirdChordate

Question 3: Within the ________, there are occasionally cases of heterodonty, in some forms of pterosaurs like Raeticodactylus filisurensis, lizards, and dinosaurs, for example.
SauropsidaDiapsidAmnioteReptile

Question 4: The anatomical term heterodont (from Greek, meaning 'different teeth') refers to ________ which possess more than a single tooth morphology.
CtenophoraAnimalCnidariaBilateria

Question 5: The presence of heterodont dentition is evidence of some degree of feeding/hunting specialization in a ________.
Biological classificationSpeciesEvolutionLife

Question 6: The term heterodont can also refer to members of the Subclass Heterodonta of the Class ________.
GastropodaBivalviaBrachiopodMollusca







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