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Palate: Quiz

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Question 1: [2] [3][4]The maxillary nerve branch of the ________ (V) supplies sensory innervation to the palate.
Mandibular nerveOtic ganglionTrigeminal nerveOphthalmic nerve

Question 2:
How do you write Palate in latin?
stria olfactoria medialis
corpusculum renis
Dioecesis Laohocheuvensis
palatum

Question 3: ________ and palette, objects whose names are homophonous with palate for many English-speakers
PalletPackaging and labelingUnit loadIntermodal container

Question 4: The name is Middle English and is derived from the ________ palatum or the Old French palat
Roman EmpireLatinOld LatinVulgar Latin

Question 5: As the roof of the mouth was once considered the seat of the sense of ________, palate can also refer to this sense itself, as in the phrase "a discriminating palate".
NociceptorGustatory systemTasteOlfaction

Question 6: If the fusion is not complete, it is called a ________.
Hiatus herniaHirschsprung's diseaseCleft lip and palateJohanson–Blizzard syndrome

Question 7: When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolo-palatal, and uvular ________.
Stop consonantConsonantRetroflex consonantGlottal consonant

Question 8: [1] A similar structure is found in ________, but, in most other tetrapods, the oral and nasal cavities are not truly separate.
CrocodylomorphaBirdCrocodileCrocodilia

Question 9: The palate (pronounced /ˈpælɨt/) is the roof of the mouth in humans and other ________.
MammalEven-toed ungulatePrimateMammal classification







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