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#1. The femur is connected to the pelvic girdle of a mammal by;

#2. Which one of the following is a characteristic feature of the sacrum?

#3. The last two pairs of human ribs are described as floating ribs because;

#4. The lumber bones are large and stout. This ¡s because;

#5. The thoracic bones are distinguished from other bones by the possession of;

#6. A tendon is ....

#7. Which of the following types of skeleton does the earth worm possess?

#8. Zygopophyses are .....

#9. Which one of the following ¡s a characteristic of cervical vertebra?

#10. A student noted the following characteristics on a vertebra? i) long neural spine, ii) wide neural canal, iii) short transverse process, The vertebra was;

#11. Which of the following features of an amphibian are suited for aquatic life?

#12. The intervertebral disc refers to .....

#13. In vertebrates the joint between an axis and atlas vertebrae is known as; ......

#14. Which of the following is true of an atlas vertebra?

#15. Which of the following ¡s the function of the neural canal?

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