lab5 - Exercise 3.1 The Human Skeleton 1. Short Answer a)...

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Exercise 3.1 The Human Skeleton 1. Short Answer a) Raised, round areas just above the eye orbits are the: Supraorbital torus b) The suture that joins the two parietal bones is the: Saggital suture c) The skull articulates with the vertebral column by means of: the atlas d) The place where the scapula that articulates with the humerus is: at the glenoid fossa e) The medial bone of the forearm (in the anatomical position): the ulna 2. What is the definition of a dental formula? A dental formula is a count of the number and kinds of teeth an animal has, in one quadrant. 3. What is the dental formula of: a) An adult human? In an adult human quadrant there are two incisors, one canine, two premolars, and three molars. The dental formula is therefore 2:1:2:3 b) A human child of 5 years? In a child quadrant there are two incisors, one canine and two molars. The dental formula is 2:1:0:2 c) An adult chimpanzee? The dental formula is the same as an adult human. The ratio is 2:1:2:3.
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