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PIMA BIO130

CHP8 Skeletal; Facial Bones and Their Markings; Zygomatic, Palatine, Lacrimal

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Zygomatic Cheekbones; form part of floor and sidewall of eye orbit
Palatine Form the posterior part of the hard palate, floor, and part of the sidewalls of the nasal cavity and floor of orbit
Horizontal Plate Joined to the palatine processes of the maxillae to complete part of the hard palate
Lacrimal Thin platelike bones; posterior and lateral to the nasal bones in medial wall of the eye orbit; help form sidewall of nasal cavity (often missing in dry skull specimen)
Nasal Pair of small bones that form the upper part of bridge of nose
Inferior nasal conchae (turbinates) Thin scroll of bone forming shelf along the inner surface of sidewall of nasal cavity; lies above roof of mouth
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