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ROD. A measure sixteen feet and a half long; a perch.

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Each tooth print generated by the software was composed of series of lines representing arrangement of enamel rod ends on surface of tooth.
Enamel defects: hypocalcification and hypoplasia: the "amoxicillin generation" display defects in enamel rod development.
Enamel is also uniquely composed of extremely long and narrow crystals, packed into parallel arrays, called enamel rods, which can form intricate interwoven patterns.