Human head and neck Skull roof

Table Summarizing Key Features of Cranial and Facial BonesTable Summarizing Key Features of Cranial and Facial Bones
These cavities are formed from parts of the following bones (also mentioned below): frontal, ethmoid, lacrimal, maxillary, palatine, sphenoid, and zygomatic. Skull roof
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Supplemental InformationSupplemental Information
Position of the orbit relative to the nasoantorbital fenestra. Skull roof
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Gross Anatomy skull developmentGross Anatomy skull development
In basic terms, the skull is made up of two sets of bones which begin to develop early in utero. The neurocranium consists of the bones forming a protective case around the brain and the viscerocranium consists of the bones of the face. Skull roof
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The Bones of the Skull of the Short-tailed OpossumThe Bones of the Skull of the Short-tailed Opossum
Mal Monodelphis domestica. He also standardizes terminology for the numerous cranial foramina that transmits nervous and vascular structures to and from the skull. Skull roof
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Geol 104 Dinosaurs: a natural HistoryGeol 104 Dinosaurs: a natural History
What is the definition of Dinosauria? (the most recent common ancestor of Iguanodon and Megalosaurus and all of its descendants). Skull roof
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Casineria character list Skull roof, palate and braincaseCasineria character list Skull roof, palate and braincase
Basipterygoid process: articulating facets face mainly dorsally and anteriorly = 0, more than a sliver faces ventrally = 1. Skull roof
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The skull of Grossius aragonensis, an onychodont from the Middle Devonian of SpainThe skull of Grossius aragonensis, an onychodont from the Middle Devonian of Spain
Skull roof
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4. The Afro-tropical Hippopotamuses Hippopotamidae Hippopotamus and Hexaprotodon 1 Taxonomy and Description4. The Afro-tropical Hippopotamuses Hippopotamidae Hippopotamus and Hexaprotodon 1 Taxonomy and Description
Hexaprotodon (= Choeropsis) and Hippopotamus. Only one species of each of these are usually recognised, but three more species became extinct within the Holocene on Madagascar. Skull roof
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