Human head and neck Superior ligament of incus

Board review: clinical embryology of head and neckBoard review: clinical embryology of head and neck
Anterior Fusion of medial nasal processes (Primary palate) and maxillary processes. Superior ligament of incus
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Which part of an olfactory receptor cell detects an odorant molecule?Which part of an olfactory receptor cell detects an odorant molecule?
Ans: pg. 573 – to provide physical support, nourishment, and electrical insulation for the olfactory receptor cells, and to help detoxify chemicals that come in contact with the olfactory epithelium. Superior ligament of incus
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Branchial archesBranchial arches
The human head and neck structures are derived from discrete evolutionary precursors. Superior ligament of incus
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