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The bones that form the roof of the skull are

A. nasals

B. occipitals

C. frontals

D. parietals

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  1. Ilium, ischium and pubis fuse together to form
  2. An example of fibrous joint is
  3. Bones of children contain large quantities of organic matter and little of
  4. Clavicle is a part of
  5. The bone placed horizontally at the upper and anterior part of the thorax above the first rib in man…
  6. The skull opens behind by
  7. The bones of the skull include that of cranium and
  8. Angulo-spherical bone is found in
  9. The supporting strucutre in the projecting external ears of mammals is made of
  10. The incisor teeth and canine are attached to
  11. The joint where movement is limited is called a
  12. The vertebrae are separated from each other by
  13. The total number of bones in the human body is
  14. The bone which during its development is not a cartilage:
  15. Cup-shaped structure of pelvic girdle, the acetabulum in man is formed by
  16. The ring-shaped vertebra of the vertebral column of mammals is
  17. In rabbit, the jaw suspensorium is
  18. Arytenoid cartilages are found in
  19. Xiphoid cartilage is a part of
  20. Which foramen is found in tibia fibula of frog?
  21. The vertebral and spinal canal is formed by
  22. The centrum of vertebra which is concave at both ends is said to be
  23. In rabbit, broad, wing-like transverse processes are characteristic of
  24. Which one is replacing bone?
  25. Axis vertebra is characterised by the presence of
  26. The comma-shaped bone which forms the posterior lateral boundary of the skull of frog is
  27. The last 4 vertebrae are fused together to form
  28. Ninth vertebra of frog is
  29. The centrum of a typical vertebra of frog is
  30. Haversian systems are clearly visible in