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Temporomandibular Joint  Articulates at Mandibular Fossa & CONDYLAR PROCESS OF the MANDIBLE  Diarthrotic Joint: Freely moving    Structural Type: Synovial/ Condyloid Joint - Movement: Protraction/ Retraction, Elevation/ Depression

Temporomandibular Joint Articulates at Mandibular Fossa & CONDYLAR PROCESS OF the MANDIBLE Diarthrotic Joint: Freely moving Structural Type: Synovial/ Condyloid Joint - Movement: Protraction/ Retraction, Elevation/ Depression

This exhibit depicts the anatomy of the inferior skull including: the foramen magnum, occipital condyles, mastoid process, styloid process, mandibular fossa, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, carotid canal, and the jugular fossa.

This exhibit depicts the anatomy of the inferior skull including: the foramen…

Scapula  [skap′yələ]  - one of the pair of large flat triangular bones that forms the dorsal part of the shoulder girdle. It has two surfaces, three borders, three angles, and a prominent dorsal spine. The acromion of the scapula forms the summit of the shoulder. The coracoid process, resembling a raven's beak, accommodates the attachment of various muscles, including the pectoralis minor, and ligaments, including the trapezoid. Also called shoulder blade.

Scapula [skap′yələ] - one of the pair of large flat triangular bones that…

Movements - Shoulder Complex

Due to the shoulder's ball and socket type joint, there are many possible movements about the shoulder joint. This gives the shoulder complex a huge range of motion and makes it a very versatile.

INSIDE THE SKULL, housed are these areas: anterior fossa, middle fossa, and posterior fossa. The posterior fossa contains the brainstem, cerebellum, and cranial nerves IV-XII. The posterior fossa (orange color) is formed by the occipital bone, which has a large hole (foramen magnum) for passage of the spinal cord.

The posterior fossa (orange color) is formed by the occipital bone, which has a large hole (foramen magnum) for passage of the spinal cord.

Learn Anatomy Online: Terms of movement

There are a number of movements produced by muscle contraction that have specific names in anatomical terminology. Flexion: it is the appr.

Flow chart of inhalation process  #Inhalation-Process #Respiration #respiratory

How does the Respiratory System Work?

This post is important as it shows a simple yet effective flow chart of how the respiratory system works. This flow chart can be used to teach younger classrooms how the respiratory system works.

▶ DNA Replication: The Cell's Extreme Team Sport - YouTube. Ever wonder how all the new cells in your body get a copy of your DNA? DNA replication is a very intricate and fascinating process you don't want to miss. In this video, we'll give a brief overview of DNA replication for eukaryote cells and introduce 4 key players: ligase, DNA polymerase, primase, and helicase. We'll also talk about why DNA can either run 5' to 3' or 3' to 5' by exploring the structure of DNA.

Great biology animation videos by "The Amoeba Sisters". DNA Replication: The Cell's Extreme Team Sport

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