The jaw joint consists only of the squamosal and dentary bones, and the jaw contains no smaller bones to the rear of the ... The earliest amniotes had a jaw joint composed of the articular (a small bone at the back of the lower jaw) and the quadrate (a ... Hadrocodium's braincase and jaws were no longer bound to each other by the need to support the ear, and its jaw joint was ... But mammals have a different jaw joint, composed only of the dentary (the lower jaw bone, which carries the teeth) and the ...
Jaw and teeth[edit]. *Occlusion refers to motion of the mandibula towards the maxilla making contact between the teeth.[37] ... Protrusion and retrusion are sometimes used to describe the anterior (protrusion) and posterior (retrusion) movement of the jaw ...
The sperm whale's lower jaw is very narrow and underslung.[49] The sperm whale has 18 to 26 teeth on each side of its lower jaw ... The lower jaw is long and narrow. The teeth fit into sockets along the upper jaw. ... had teeth in their upper jaws.[197] Acrophyseter, from the late Miocene, also had teeth in both the upper and lower jaws as ... Fossil sperm whales differ from modern sperm whales in tooth count and the shape of the face and jaws.[197] For example, ...
1941: Sinkwich beats Florida with a broken jaw[edit]. Georgia's All-American back Frank Sinkwich had broken his jaw in a game ... Associated Press, "Belue-to-Scott Desperation Pass Saves 'Dogs from Jaws of Gators", The Albany Sunday Herald, p. 1D (November ...
Jaw and teeth[edit]. The mouth of the stingray is located on the ventral side of the vertebrate. Stringrays exhibit euhyostyly ... Some have specialized jaws that allow them to crush hard mollusk shells,[22] whereas others use external mouth structures ... This type of suspensions allows for the upper jaw to have high mobility and protrude outward.[6] The teeth are modified placoid ... Since their mouths are on the side of their bodies, they catch their prey, then crush and eat with their powerful jaws.Like its ...
... the use of fire and tools requires fewer jaw muscles, giving slender, more gracile jaws. Compared to archaic people, modern ... Jaw anatomy. Compared to archaic people, anatomically modern humans have smaller, differently shaped teeth.[108][109] This ... results in a smaller, more receded dentary, making the rest of the jaw-line stand out, giving an often quite prominent chin. ...
Jaw and mouth[edit]. It is important to emphasize the particularity that this species has in its mouth: it has an additional ... By increasing the angle of opening of the jaw, this joint allows kissing gourami to access to these nutrients. H. temminkii, ... The intramandibular joint divides the jaw into two independent elements so that it increases the degrees of freedom and the ... The kissing gourami present a kind of behavior associated with their characteristic jaw and mouth: two individuals approach ...
Jaw joint and ear[edit]. Another transitional feature of Dimetrodon is a ridge in the back of the jaw called the reflected ... The tip of the upper jaw, formed by the premaxilla bone, is raised above the part of the jaw formed by the maxilla bone to form ... Features such as ridges on the inside of the nasal cavity and a ridge at the back of the lower jaw are thought to be part of an ... Described in 1881 on the basis of upper jaw bones, Dimetrodon semiradicatus was the last species named by Cope.[40] In 1907, E ...
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Phossy jaw. References[edit]. *^ a b c Housecroft, C. E.; Sharpe, A. G. (2004). Inorganic Chemistry (2nd ed.). Prentice Hall. p ... It is toxic, causing severe liver damage on ingestion and phossy jaw from chronic ingestion or inhalation. The odour of ...
... 顎 jaw; 口 mouth; 唇 lips; 歯 tooth; 舌 tongue; 頬 cheek; 頤 chin; 喉 throat; 咽 throat; 首 neck; 胴 torso; 背 back; 脊 backbone; 呂 backbone ...
"Savage Jaw. Retrieved October 13, 2006.. *^ McDaniel, Lorna (1999). "Antigua and Barbuda". Garland Encyclopedia of World Music ...
Jaw reduction: reduction of the mandible angle to smooth out an angular jaw and creating a slim jaw[27] ... Orthognathic Surgery: altering the upper and lower jaw bones (through osteotomy) to correct jaw alignment issues and correct ... and founded a Centre for Plastic and Jaw Surgery. There, he treated very deep burn, and serious facial disfigurement, such as ...
Jaw position[edit]. *A parrot mouth is an overbite, where the upper jaw extends further out than the lower jaw. This can affect ... Jaw size[edit]. *The lower jaw should be clearly defined. The space between the two sides of the jawbone should be wide, with ... The jaw is called large if it is greater than 7.2 cm. A large jaw gives head a false appearance of being short and adds weight ... A monkey mouth, sow mouth, or bulldog mouth is an underbite, where the lower jaw extends further out than the upper jaw. This ...
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Glass Jaw Boxer Producer (album), co-writer and producer ("4th of July", "Hearts In Pain", "Why You Talking To Me", "Sweetest ...
pons/medulla: Jaw jerk reflex. *Corneal reflex. *Caloric reflex test/Vestibulo-ocular reflex/Oculocephalic reflex ...
pons/medulla: Jaw jerk reflex. *Corneal reflex. *Caloric reflex test/Vestibulo-ocular reflex/Oculocephalic reflex ...
Lower jaw (Galeopterus). Colugos are unskilled climbers; they lack opposable thumbs and are not especially strong.[citation ...
... strong jaw line; small and sloping forehead; small or weak chin; thin neck; sloping shoulders, but large chest; large, ...
Network programming included orchestral music, live Metropolitan Opera radio broadcasts from NBC and New York Philharmonic Orchestra broadcasts from CBS, dramatized informational programs such as The Youngbloods of Beaver Band which serialized life on a western Canadian farm.[1] One of the best known national drama series was Radio Theatre Guild produced in Montreal by Rupert Caplan.[8] Under program director Ernie Bushnell, CRBC increased the number of weekly English language series being broadcast over the network to 17 by the time of the network's demise.[8] Another CRBC program, one which originated on the CNR's network in 1931, was Hockey Night in Canada under the names Saturday Night Hockey, General Motors Hockey Broadcast and then, starting in 1934, The Imperial Oil Hockey Broadcast.[9] Other programming including fare such as Bible Dramas from CRCM Montreal, Canadian Press News - a 15-minute nightly newscast from CRCT Toronto presented by Charles Jennings (the father of Peter Jennings), ...
Jaw, Peter (2007). The Treasure Book of Chinese Martial Arts. 2. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 978-1-4257-8571-0.. ... Jaw, Peter (2004). The Treasure Book of Chinese Martial Arts. 1. Authorhouse. ISBN 978-1-4140-7573-0.. ...
An oral appliance, often referred to as a mandibular advancement splint, is a custom-made mouthpiece that shifts the lower jaw ...
Medicine Hat defeated Moose Jaw 3 games to 0. *Prince Albert defeated Saskatoon 3 games to 0 ...
It too, elevates the jaw.. Integumental[edit]. The two main integumentary muscles of a cat are the platysma and the cutaneous ... The cat skull is unusual among mammals in having very large eye sockets and a powerful and specialized jaw.[19]:35 Compared to ... Its action is the elevation of the mandible (closing of the jaw). ...