The axial skeleton in human beings include:

1. skull, vertebral column, hyoid bone and rib cage

2. arms, legs, and pelvic girdle

3. skull and pectoral girdle

4. sternum, rib cage, vertebral column, and pelvic girdle

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The highest position in the human skull is occupied by:

1. occipital bone

2. temporal bone

3. maxillary bone

4. parietal bone

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The bone that provides attachment to the tongue but does not directly articulate with another bone is:

1. ethmoid

2. palatine

3. hyoid

4. larynx

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A perforated cribriform plate through which the fibers of olfactory nerve pass is seen in:

1. ethmoid bone

2. sphenoid bone

3. zygomatic bone

4. maxillary bone

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The foramen magnum is the hole in the base of the skull through which the spinal cord passes and is located in the:

1. frontal bone

2. sphenoid bone

3. parietal bone

4. occipital bone

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The ear ossicles include:

1. anvil, stapes, and incus

2. stapes, malleus, and incus

3. malleus, hammer, and stirrup

4. annulus, hyoid, and vestibular

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When compared with others the relatively more freely movable skull bone would be:

1. vomer

2. mandible

3. sphenoid

4. maxilla

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The first cervical vertebra in humans is known as the

1. atlas.

2. axis.

3. vertebra prominens.

4. synsacrum.

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The second cervical vertebra in humans is known as the

1. atlas.

2. axis.

3. vertebra prominens.

4. synsacrum.

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The opening in a vertebra that is formed by a neural arch and back portion of a vertebral body and through which the spinal cord passes is called as:

1. intervertebral foramen.

2. vertebral canal.

3. vertebral foramen.

4. formen magnum

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