lopho-, loph-, lophio-, lophi-
(Greek: ridge; crest, tuft; by extension, hill top)
Teeth that have elongated ridges called lophs that run between cusps: "The molars and premolars of tapir (Tapiridae), manatees (Trichechidae), and many rodents have lophodont teeth."
Thriving on hill tops.
In biology, dwelling and thriving in hills.
A hill-top plant.
Having two or more flagella at one or both ends; said of a bacterial cell.
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