Skeletal system - skull, Biology

SKULL-

Present in head region.

It is supported on the top of vertebral column.

It is made up of the hardest and denest bones in the human body.

It consists of cranium, face and hyoid bone. 

Posted Date: 10/2/2012 8:15:24 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Skeletal system - skull, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Skeletal system - skull, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Skeletal system - skull Discussions

Write discussion on Skeletal system - skull
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
It is a hemolytic disease, which makes in newborn. Maternal IgG antibodies cross the placenta and destroy the red bleed cells. This develops when an Rh+ expresses an Rh antigen on

Define Popularity of Chromatography - Basic Separation Technique? Chromatography is popular because: (a) minute quantities can be analysed qualitatively and quantitatively,

The technical term used for the androecium in a flower of China rose (Hibiscus rosasinensis) is: 1. Monadelphous 2. Diadelphous 3. Polyandrous 4. Polyadelphous

Which cell count is likely to be elevated when an individual has an allergy or parasitic worms? a) Red blood cells b) Erythrocyte c) Eosinophil (pron: e-o-sin-o-fill)

Q. What is Low Gradient Aortic Stenosis? One may come across patients who have severe left ventricular dysfunction and modest gradients across aortic valve. This situation may

P o i s on i n g P e sticide toxicity Chemical pesticides were introduced as an important tool for pest control and have been used extensively in human health ope

Define requirements of Vitamin A of infants? On the basis of vitamin A ingested by breast fed infants in well-nourished communities, ICMR (1990) has recommended a daily allowan

Define Absorption, Storage and Elimination of Vitamin D? As we have already mentioned earlier, all fat-soluble vitamins share a common metabolic fate. Vitamin D is absorbed al

How does the synthetic theory of evolution incorporate knowledge from Genetics and Molecular Biology into the darwinism? Today it is known as that variation of inherited charac

Diuretic Therapy One of the aims of treatment of congestive heart failure is directed toward controlling salt and water retention (central or peripheral edema). Diuretics provid