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1The sliding movement in the TMJ occurs between which of the following
a. disks and articular eminence.
b. mandibular heads and articular eminences.

2Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures.

3. The GREATER the horizontal overlap (overjet) of the anterior teeth, then the
a. shorter the cusps of the posterior teeth
b. greater the intercondylar distance
c. lesser the intercondylar distance

4. In maximum opening the condyles are positioned

a. in the anterior glenoid fossa
b. in the posterior glenoid fossa
c. either inferior to the articular tubercle or anterior to it

.5 Which of the following features is common to both mandibular first and second premolars?

a. Triangular in outline occulssal table
b. Horizontal distal marginal ridge
c. Bilateral symmetrical crown
d. Dissimilar marginal ridges
e. No transverse ridge

6 Which of the following explains why the digestive action of salivary amylase continues for some time after swallowing?
a. Gastric HCI increases the digestive action of amylase
b. Gastric mucin lubricates the bolus and assists amylase activity
c. The amylase inside the bolus is protected from the inactivating action of gastric HCI.
d. Water absorption by the stomach concentrates amylase and make its action more effective.
 

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1The sliding movement in the TMJ occurs between which of the following
a. disks and articular eminence.
b. mandibular heads and articular eminences.

2Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures.

3. The GREATER the horizontal overlap (overjet) of the anterior teeth, then the
a. shorter the cusps of the posterior teeth
b. greater the intercondylar distance
c. lesser the intercondylar distance

4. In maximum opening the condyles are positioned

a. in the anterior glenoid fossa
b. in the posterior glenoid fossa
c. either inferior to the articular tubercle or anterior to it

.5 Which of the following features is common to both mandibular first and second premolars?

a. Triangular in outline occulssal table
b. Horizontal distal marginal ridge
c. Bilateral symmetrical crown
d. Dissimilar marginal ridges
e. No transverse ridge
 

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1The sliding movement in the TMJ occurs between which of the following
a. disks and articular eminence.b. mandibular heads and articular eminences.

2Enamel rods converge as they pass from the dentinoenamel junction toward the surface in the area of the
a. cervical line of permanent teeth.
b. cervical line of primary teeth.
c. fissures.

3. The GREATER the horizontal overlap (overjet) of the anterior teeth, then the
a. shorter the cusps of the posterior teeth
b. greater the intercondylar distance
c. lesser the intercondylar distance

4. In maximum opening the condyles are positioned

a. in the anterior glenoid fossab. in the posterior glenoid fossa
c. either inferior to the articular tubercle or anterior to it

.5 Which of the following features is common to both mandibular first and second premolars?

a. Triangular in outline occulssal table
b. Horizontal distal marginal ridge
c. Bilateral symmetrical crown
d. Dissimilar marginal ridges
e. No transverse ridge

6 Which of the following explains why the digestive action of salivary amylase continues for some time after swallowing?
a. Gastric HCI increases the digestive action of amylase
b. Gastric mucin lubricates the bolus and assists amylase activity
c. The amylase inside the bolus is protected from the inactivating action of gastric HCI.
d. Water absorption by the stomach concentrates amylase and make its action more effective.

I have doubts in #6
 
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6 Which of the following explains why the digestive action of salivary amylase continues for some time after swallowing?
a. Gastric HCI increases the digestive action of amylase
b. Gastric mucin lubricates the bolus and assists amylase activity
c. The amylase inside the bolus is protected from the inactivating action of gastric HCI.
d. Water absorption by the stomach concentrates amylase and make its action more effective


6 is a c:thumbup:
 
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