1. sperm + egg =
  2. what describes the process of a cell moving something out of the cell?
  3. which of these is derived from the perichondrium around meckel's cartilage?
    muscles of mastication
    styloid process
    temporomandibular ligaments
    upper portion of hyoid bone
    temporomandibular ligaments
  4. the maxillary incisors form from which process?
    frontonasal process
  5. the cellular fedex that segregates packages and transports proteins is a definition of which organelle?
    golgi complex
  6. while the tissue fluid comes from the blood stream, the intercellular substance comes from?
    the cell
  7. which of these is not a function of epithelium?
    tissue absorption
  8. where would you find simple cuboidal epithelium?
    lining salivary gland ducts
  9. _________is the time frame for the embryonic period
    week 2-8
  10. The third/fourth pharyngeal pouch will give ris to which 2 glands?
    • parathyroid
    • thymus
  11. which of the embryonic structures will eventually form the alae of the nose?
    lateral nasal processes
  12. afferent nerves carry messages from the_______to the________
    • body
    • brain
  13. efferent nerves carry messages from the__________to the_______
    • brain
    • body
  14. which process involves embryonic cells becoming distinct structurally and functionally?
  15. Very strong rope-like, found in teeth, tendons, bone, etc. is a description of which kind of fiber?
  16. increasing the surface area between the epithelium and connective tissue is the purpose of what structure?
    connective tissue papilla
  17. the primary palate forms from which process?
    frontonasal process
  18. spongy and surrounds the bone marrow
    cancellous bone
  19. what are 2 harmful things that can cross the placenta?
    • alcohol
    • syphillis
  20. cartilage doesnt have its own blood supply, where does it recieve its nourishment?
    supplied from the perichondrium
  21. cementocytes are to cementoid as __________is to____________
    • ameloblasts
    • enamel
  22. which component of the blood carries oxygen?
    red blood cells
  23. which of these is nt a layer of parakeratinized stratified squamous epithelium?
    basal layer
    intermediate layer
    granular layer
    prickle layer
    intermediate layer
  24. The basal layer of the oral mucosa generally has____________
    cells undergoing mitosis
  25. Which layer of the lamina propria may or may not be present?
    papillary layer
  26. hard palate is to masticatory mucosa as_________is to______________
    • buccal mucosa
    • lining mucosa
  27. development of the face and neck begin when?
    week 4
  28. which of the following areas of the oral cavity is categorized as having a masticatory mucosa?
    attached gingiva
    alveolar mucosa
    soft palate
    ventral tongue
    attached gingiva
  29. What type of tissue makes up the lamina propria of the oral mucosa?
    connective tissue
  30. the turnover time for junctional epithelium is___________-
    4-6 days
  31. the mucogingival junction is the scalloped division between the alveolar mucosa and the______________
    attached gingiva
  32. the free gingival groove separates the attached gingiva from the__________
    marginal gingiva
  33. gingival recession is measured from the__________to the____________
    • cementoenamel junction
    • free gingival crest
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ch. 1-10