Lab matching Test #3

Lab matching Test #3 - 58) These very small bones are at...

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medial border of each eye. A) Temporal Bones B) Sphenoid 59) Failure of these anterior bones to fuse causes a condition known as cleft C) Lacrimal bones palate. D) Maxillae 60) This bone houses the apparatus of the inner and middle ear. 61) This bone is wing-shaped and extends behind the eyes and forms part of the floor of the cranial vault. 62) The bones that contain teeth. 63) This bone has a pasageway into the nasal cavity. 64) The sella turcica is a portion of this bone. 65) The fingers have three of these bones A) Humerus an the thumb has only two. B) Radius 66) This bone articulates with the glenoid C) Phlanges fossa. 67) Forearm bone that articulates with most of the carpals. 68) Thickest centrum with short blunt A) Coccyx spinous processes. B) Lumbar vertebrae 69) Fused rudimentary tailbone. C) Atlas D) Thoracic vertebrae 70) A circle of bone that articulates superiorly with the occipital condyles. 71) These bones have articular facets for the ribs. 72) Allows the head to nod yes.
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course BIO 2113 taught by Professor Gantt during the Spring '11 term at Chatt Tech.

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Lab matching Test #3 - 58) These very small bones are at...

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