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Authors: Sivakumar, K.
Geetha, M.
Ramesh, V.
Singh, D. Anandha prakash
Kumar, V. Ramesh Saravana
TANUVAS
Title: Overgrown Lower Incisors in White Giant Rabbit
Language: en_US
Type: Article
Pages: 549-550
Volume: 85
Series/Report no.: ;05
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Livestock Production and Management
Keywords: Veterinary Science, Livestock Production and Management
Abstract: The rabbit (Oryotolagus cuniculus) has a diphyodont dentition (i.e. characterized by the successive development of deciduous and permanent sets of teeth), although the deciduous teeth generally are shed around birth and go unnoticed (Crossley, 1995). The permanent teeth in rabbit are continuously growing or open rooted (elodont).
Issue Date: 2008-05
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