5 Written questions
4 Matching questions
- Stacked bilateral swellings
- 3rd week
- Primary palate
- 4th week
- a formation of the stacked bilateral swelling which are the branchial arches.
- b Now we see the mesoderm differentiate and begin to divide into paired cuboidal aggregates of cells called somites.
- c The _____________ partially separates the nasal and oral cavities in the 5th week.
- d The____ _____ ____ of tissue appearing inferior to the stomodeum, and including the mandibular arch, are branchial arches.
5 Multiple choice questions
- _____ _______allows the fusion of swellings or tissue from different surfaces of the embryo.
- The embryonic period is characterized by increased ____ ____.
- ________is composed entirely of inner and outer enamel epithelium
- ____________ is enlarged as a result of the disintegration of the oropharyngeal membrane.
- The _____ ______is the transition zone outlining the lips from the surrounding skin.
5 True/False questions
Horizontal epithelial extensions → Philtrum is located in the midline of the face and forms from the
4th week → Formation of the forgut, the midgut and the hindgut.
Cervical loop → The _____ _____ is responsible for the development of the root.
Fordyce's spots → After the inner enamel epithelium differentiates into _____________, the outer cells of the dental papilla are induced by the preameloblasts to differentiate into odontoblasts.
3rd week → Bilaminar embryonic disc is developed from the blastocyst.