28 Q 6

Define "diphyodont" and "heterodont" and explain why both terms apply to mammalian dentition.

diphyodont: having deciduous and perminant sets of teeth successivly
heterodont: having teeth that are seperated into incisors canines and molars for different purposes
most mammals young have temporary teeth that develope into perminant teeth

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