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-1 Amanda Semetko Test Questions 3 1. Tell the primary biological function of the articulator system as well as its contribution to speech productions. The primary function of the articulator system is to articulate the speech sounds. The tongue moves to make the different speech sounds or to make the resonation in the oral/nasal cavities. 2. How is the velum elevated and lowered? The velum is elevated and also lowered by the palatine aponeurosis. Other muscles that just raise the velum are the tensor palatini muscle and levaor palatini. When u contract the levator if the the tesnor is already contracted it will raise the soft palate. Muscles that lower the palate are the palatophoygus and palatoglossus-when contracted it lowers the velum. 3. What contribution des the respiratory epithelium make to the inspired air? The respiratory epithelium contributes to inspired air by-lining the respiratory tract and cleaning, moistening and warming it.
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  • Winter '06
  • Hoodin
  • hard palate, Hypoglossal Nerve, palate, Levator veli palatini

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