"blank" is the study of prenatal development.
"blank" is the study of the structure and function of tissues on a microscopic level.
"blank" begins at the start of pregnancy and continues until birth.
The "blank" extends from the beginning of the second week to the end of the eighth week.
The union of the male sperm and the ovum of the female is
"blank" teeth are permanent teeth with primary predecessors; examples rae the anterior teeth and premolars.
The tissues that support the teeth in the alveolar bone are
Enamel-bonding cells are
"blank" are dentin-forming cells.
"blank" are cementum-forming cells.
Cells that resorb cementum are
"blank" are cells that resorb bone.
The normal process of shedding primary teeth is
Oral mucosa is made up of
stratified squamous epithelium
Oral mucosa that covers the hard palate, dorsum of the tongue, and gingiva is