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1.How many bones of the skull are there?
28
2. How many bones form the cranium?
8 CRAINIAL BONES
3. What is the frontal bone?
it forms the front part of the skull above the eyes, which includes the forehead and part of the nasal cavity.
4. What is the parietal bone?
The 2 parietal are located behind the frontal bone. These bones form the greater part of the right and left sides and the roof of the skull.
5. What are the temporal bones?
The temporal bones form the sides and part of the base of the skull in the area of the ear.
6. What is the occipital bone?
The occipital bone forms the back part of the skull and the base of the cranium.
7. What is the sphenoid bone?
The sphenoid bone has a wing-like shape and is internally wedged between several other bones in the front part of the cranium.
8. What is the ethmoid bone?
The ethmoid bone is situated in front of the sphenoid bone in the front part of the cranium.
9. How many bones of the face are there?
The facial skeleton consists of 14 stationary bones and a mobile lower jawbone.
10. What are the manillae bones?
The maxillae bones are the largest bones of the face and together form the upper jaw.
11. What are the palatine bones?
The palatine bones are located behind the maxillae.
Somewhat "L" shaped and forms the posterior portion of the hard palate and the floor of the nose.
12. Which bones are the largest bones of the face?
MAXILLAE BONES
13. Which bones of the face have single bones?
Vomer and Mandible
14. Which bone in the skull is only movable?
MANDIBLE
15. Which bone is horseshoe-shaped?
MANDIBLE
16. What is also referred as the chin?
MENTAL PROTUBERANCE
17. How many bones are located in each middle ear?
THREE
18. What is a oval depression in the temporal bone?
GLENOID FOSSA
19. The muscles of the head can be classified into how many groups and what are they?
TWO, FACIAL EXPRESSION AND MASTICATION
20. What makes lips close and pucker?
ORBICULARIS ORIS
21. Where is the buccinator located?
WALLS OF THE CHEEKS
22. What muscle raises and wrinkles the skin of the chin?
MENTALIS
23. What muscle closes the jaw and is fan shaped?
TEMPORALIS
What muscle allows grinding action side to side?
LATERAL PTERYGOID
25. What are the rough projections on the tongue called?
PAPILLAE
26. What are the four types of taste sensations?
SWEET,SOUR, BITTER, AND SALTY
27. Where is the uvula located?
BACK PORTION OF THE SOFT PALATE
28. What has irregular ridges or fold behinds behind the central inciscors?
RUGAE
29. How much saliva does the salivary glands produce on a daily basis?
2-3 PINTS
30. Where are enzymes present?
SAILIVA