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USA Articulation

A diagram to classify vowels relative to their location in the mouth quadrilateral
A term for overlapping articulatory movements coarticulation
The sphincteric muscle that surrounds the lips orbicularisoris
Another term for soft palate velum
This structure hangs down from the velum uvula
Resonant frequencies of the vocal tract shown on a spectrogram formants
connects the inside of the lip to the mandible frenulum
This muscle elevates and retracts the tongue styloglossus
The most anterior valve of the vocal tract lips
This muscle depresses the soft palate palatoglossus
This forms the anterior portion of the hard palate palantine process
This ridge is just behind the upper incisors alveolar
This tendon attaches the hard palate to the soft palate aponeurosis
The graphic representation of frequency and amplitude over time spectrogram
The floor of the nasal cavity hard palate
The top surface of the tongue dorsum
What section of the pharynx extends from about the top of the epiglottis to about the level of the glottis? Laryngopharynx
What muscle of the face and lips is most characterized by the puckering of the lips when contracted? orbicularis oris
What transverse facial muscle elevates and moves the corners of the mouth laterally? risorius
What transverse facial muscle is the primary muscle of the cheek? Buccinator
What depressor facial muscle runs vertically into the Orbicularis Oris? Mentalis
An overbite is considered what class of malocclusion? two
What type of malocclusion is typically seen with craniofacial disorders? three
Transverse and vertical muscle fibers of the tongue make up this portion of the tongue Body
What is the most anterior aspect of the tongue is called? Tip
This surface of the tongue makes up the posterior 1/3 of the tongue. Pharyngeal
This surface of the tongue makes up the anterior 2/3 of the tongue. Oral
What intrinsic muscle of the tongue pulls the tip down and aids in retracting the tongue? Inferior Longitudinal
What extrinsic tongue muscle originates on the midline of the jaw and inserts widely over the tongue. Genioglossus
What extrinsic tongue muscle primarily elevates and retracts the tongue? Styloglossus
This muscle is considered to have a function for both the tongue and soft palate Palatoglossus
Created by: shs314