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These have not been consistently used in concepts representing plural and singular. If we say "Appearance of gingivae (observable entity)" is it necessarily plural and should it have a subtype of "Morphology of gingiva (observable entity)". Would this be singular?

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  1. I think gingivae and gingiva may be synonyms, simply different spelling.  I am not sure gingivae is used as a plural of gingiva.