Answers to Figure Legend Questions

  1. 10 The occipital, parietal, sphenoid, zygomatic, and palatine bones, and the mandible and maxilla 8.12 The frontal, lacrimal, and sphenoid bones, and the vomer, maxilla, and inferior concha
  2. 25 Vertebra L1 lacks costal facets and transverse facets, and its inferior articular facets face laterally.
  3. 34 The adult hand lacks epiphyseal plates, the growth zones of a child's long bones.
  4. 39 The tibia is a weight-bearing bone and articulates with the broad surface of the talus; the fibula bears no weight.

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