1. In which part of oral cavity mucous menbrane is the thinnest

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2. As the osteoclasts move through bone, the leading edge of resorption is known as

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3. According to Brealey and Mckibbon(1973)commonly ankylosed teeth in deciduous dentition are

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4. In which of the following areas is the alveolar process the thinnest

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5. which of the following is not found in periodontal ligament?

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6. A particular glycoprotein which occurs in filamentous form in the periodontal ligament is called

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7. The occlusal surface of the primary maxillary 1st molar is

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8. Alignment of teeth in a curve from anterior to posterior is called

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9. Of the four layers the cells most active in protein synthesis are of

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10. Which of the following is exclusively seen in root dentin

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11. Transfer of metabolities in pulp is due to

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12. Which muscle is a synergist for the lateral pterygoid muscle

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13. If a maxillary 1st molar has a fourth canal it is located in which of the following roots

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14. The crown of a mandibular lateral incisor compared to the crown of a mandibular central incisor in the same mouth is best described as

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15. Apical PDL fibres arises from

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16. A primitive tooth form having a single conical crown and a single root is called

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17. Development of accessory root canal is due to

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18. In an ideal intercuspal position, the mesiolingual cusps of permanent mandibular molars oppose what?

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19. Antrum of highmore' is nother name of

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20. The formation of dental lamina is initiated by

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