odontoblastic

odontoblast

[oh-don-tuh-blast]
noun Anatomy.
one of a layer of cells lining the pulp cavity of a tooth, from which dentin is formed.

Origin:
1875–80; odonto- + -blast

odontoblastic, adjective
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odontoblast (ɒˈdɒntəˌblæst)
 
n
any of a layer of cells lining the pulp cavity of a tooth and giving rise to the dentine
 
odonto'blastic
 
adj

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odontoblast o·don·to·blast (ō-dŏn'tə-blāst')
n.
One of the cells forming the outer surface of dental pulp that produces tooth dentin.


o·don'to·blas'tic adj.
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