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Question 1:
What is the precursor of the Mandible?
1st branchial arch
aortic arch 6
caudal end of the primitive streak
Mesenchyme of dorsal mesogastrium

Question 2:
How do you write Mandible in latin?
ramus mandibulae
mandibula
processus condylaris mandibulae
tuberculum mentale mandibulae

Question 3: In teleosts, only the dentary, articular, and angular bones remain, while in living ________, the dentary is accompanied only by the prearticular, and, in salamanders, one of the coronoids.
BirdChordateReptileAmphibian

Question 4: This article was originally based on an entry from a ________ edition of Gray's Anatomy. As such, some of the information contained within it may be outdated.
Copyright infringementCopyrightIntellectual propertyPublic domain

Question 5: An intermediate stage can be seen in some ________, in which both points of articulation are present.
TherapsidaSynapsidDinocephaliaCynodont

Question 6: Finally, the cartilagenous fish, such as ________, do not have any of the bones found in the lower jaw of other vertebrates.
Bullhead sharkGreat white sharkSharkAngel shark

Question 7: This also remains a significant element of the jaw in some primitive bony fish, such as ________.
ShadFlatfishSwordfishSturgeon

Question 8: [2] Mandibular fractures are often accompanied by a 'twin fracture' on the ________ (opposite) side.
AnatomyDigestionEarAnatomical terms of location

Question 9: The mandible articulates with the two temporal bones at the ________.
Stylomandibular ligamentHead and neck anatomySphenomandibular ligamentTemporomandibular joint

Question 10: The lower jaw of ________ has only a single coronoid and splenial, but retains all the other primitive bones except the prearticular.
SauropsidaAmnioteReptileBird







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