The pores or alveoli are angular elongated, white at first, then straw-color.
The state of the alveoli and the teeth, shows that the molars had not yet pierced the gum.
Pertaining to the alveoli, the cavities for the reception of the teeth.
Its alveoli in one maxilla are closed and those in the opposite maxilla are more open than is normal.
Owing to the absence of superior incisors in ruminants, the intermaxillary bone presents no alveoli.
The inferior border is hollowed out into alveoli, in which are implanted the superior molar and canine teeth.
Few or no intact epithelial cells may be found in the alveoli.
Around this passage are grouped a number of honeycomb-like sacs, the air cells or alveoli of the lungs.
The posterior teeth are moderately rugose above the alveoli.
The teeth become loose, project from the alveoli, and sometimes fall out.