pulp-cavity defined in 1951 year

pulp-cavity - pulp-cavity;
pulp-cavity - Internal cavity of vertebrate tooth or denticle, open by usually a narrow channel to tissues in which tooth is embedded, containing connective tissue, nerves, and blood-vessels, with odontoblasts lining the dentine wall of the cavity. Persistent pulp, pulp-cavity widely open, tooth growing continuously from below, e.g. rodent incisor.

near pulp-cavity in Knolik

letter "P"
start from "PU"
pulsatilla vulgaris miller

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