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1 ___________

1.mandibular foramen
A.
B.mandibular lingula
C.mylohyoid groove
D.
2.pterygoid hamulus
A.lesser wing
B.
C.
D.greater wing
3.ethmoid bone
A.
B.olfactory nerve
C.superior nasal concha
D.frontal bone
4.maxillary sinus
A.
B.inferior alveolar nerve
C.nasal sinusfrontal sinus

D.
5.nasolabial fold
A.levator labii superioris muscle
B.zygomaticus minor muscle
C.zygomaticus major muscle
D.levator labii superioris alaeque nasi muscle
6.
A.
B.
C.
D.
7.
A.
B.
C.
D.

8.mandibular condyle
A.
B.
C.
D.
9.
A.Class I
B.Class II
C.Class III
D.Class IV
10.
A.
B.
C.
D.
11.

A.
B.
C.
D.
12.vocal process
A.cricoid cartilage
B.thyroid cartilage
C.epiglottic cartilage
D.arytenoid cartilage
13.temporal region
A.
B.
C.
D.
14.inferior alveolar artery
A.mylohyoid artery
B.mental artery
C.incisive artery
D.buccal artery
15.carotid sheath
A.facial artery
B.internal jugular vein
C.aorta
D.external jugular vein
16.external carotid artery1

A.stylomandibular ligament
B.stylohyoid muscle
C.facial vein
D.hypoglossal nerve
17.superficial temporal artery
A.
B.
C.
D.parietal branchfrontal branch
18.
A.internal thoracic artery
B.vertebral artery
C.inferior thyroid artery
D.costocervical trunk
19.Gasserian ganglion
A.trigeminal nerve
B.occulomotor nerve
C.facial nerve
D.glossopharyngeal nerve
20.mandibular nervesubmandibular
ganglion pterygopalatine ganglionciliary ganglion
otic ganglion
A.
B.
C.
D.
21.knee of the facial nerve

A.lesser occipital nerve
B.major petrosal nerve
C.great auricular nerve
D.greater occipital nerve
22.
A.
B.
C.
D.
23. non-succedaneous teeth
A.32
B.20
C.8
D.12
24.FDI
A.23
B.13
C.25
D.
25.
A.6~9
B.10~12
C.2~3
D.5~6
26.
A.1/31/31/3
B.1/31/31/3
C.1/3
D.1/31/31/3
27.cingulum
A.
B.
C.
D.
28.
A.
B.mesial slopedistal slope
C.developmental lobemesial
lobe
D.
29.
A.nonfunctional
B.
C.2cusp
D.4lobe
30.
A.
B.
C.
D.
31.
A.2buccal grooves1buccal groove
B.wider root spread
C.
D.mesiolingual csup
32.
A.
B.
C.
D.
33.
A.
B.
C.
D.
34.malformation
A.
B.
C.
D.
35.Universal Numbering System
A.3
B.14
C.15
D.26
36.
A.
B.labiolingual dimensionmesiodistal dimension
C.cervical ridge
D.mesial slopedistal slope
37.
A.cervical ridge
B.
C.
D.crown length / mesiodistal width

38.
A.contact area
B.cuspmesial slopedistal
slope
C.cingulum
D.
39.Angle Class I occlusion
A.
B.
C.
D.
40.overbiteoverjet
incisal edge
A.
B.
C.
D.
41.
A.
B.
C.
D.
42.distal cuspgroove

A.
B.
C.
D.
43.
A.
B.
C.
D.
44.pulp horn
A.cusp
B.3
C.peg lateral1
D.3
45.teratogenteratology
A.
B.
C.
D.
46.stratum intermedium
A.stellate appearance
B.bell stage
C.outer enamel epithelium
D.alkaline phosphataseenamel
47.transcriptional factor
A.Msx
B.Wnt
C.Fgf
D.Bmp
48.Tomes' processamelogenesis
A.presecretory stagemorphogenetic phase
B.presecretory stagedifferentiation phase
C.secretory stage
D.maturation stage
49.enamel matrix
A.amelogenins
B.nonamelogenins
C.serum proteins
D.tuftelins
50.
A.protruding and fissured tongue
B.early eruption of teeth
C.shortened palate
D.facial clefts
51. primary dentinsecondary dentin

A.
B.
C.
D.
52.tertiary dentin
A.reactionary dentin
B.osteodentin
C.peritubular dentin
D.reparative dentin
53.pulp stone
A.
B.
C.true pulp stone
D.
54.pulpitispulp necrosis


A.pulp stone
B.secondary dentin deposition
C.tertiary dentin deposition
D.dead tract formation in the dentin
55.oxytalan fibers
A.elastinelaunin
B.
C.
D.
56.cementum
A.65%mineral
B.lacunaecanaliculicementocytes
processes
C.avascular
D.Sharpey's fibersmineralized
periodontal ligament
57.


A.Hertwig's epithelial root sheath
B. epithelial cell rests of Malassez
C.cementicle
D.acellular afibrillar cementum
58.
A.keratinized layer
B.granular layer
C.prickle cell layer
D.basal cell layer
59.granular layer
A.lipid granules
B.sulfur granules
C.keratohyalin granules
D.lysosomal granules
60.taste bud
A.filiform papilla
B.fungiform papilla
C.foliate papilla
D.circumvallate papilla
61.
A.secretory end piece
B.secretory end piece
C.striated duct
D.striated duct
62.
A.Ducts of RivinusWharton's duct
B.Wharton's ductBartholin's duct
C.Bartholin's ductStensen's duct
D.Stensen's ductWharton's duct
63.

A.predentin
B.enamel-like material
C.cementum-like material
D.osteoid
64.
A.cheeks
B.lips
C.soft palate
D.tongue
65.
A.condylar process
B.coronoid process
C.glenoid fossa
D.articular disk
66.innervation
A.Ruffni's corpuscle
B.Pacini's corpuscle
C.Golgi tendon organ
D.Free nerve ending
67.V0[S]1/V01/
[S]V0 [S] Vmax
A.Vmax
B.
C.
D.Km
68.melting point
A.1829,12
B.1819
C.180
D.160
69.gluconeogenesispyruvate

A.2ATP4GTP4NADH
B.4ATP2GTP2NADH
C.4ATP4GTP2NADH
D.4ATP2GTP4NADH
70.NADHreducing equivalentshuttles
mitochondria matrix
A.glycerolphosphate shuttle
B.malate shuttle
C.oxaloacetate shuttle
D.dihydroacetone shuttle
71.essential fatty acid
A.linoleate
B.palmitate
C.oleate
D.stearate
72.acyl-CoAacyl-carnitine
A.acyl-CoA
B.acyl-carnitine
C.NAD+NADHcarnitine
D.acyl-carnitineacyl-CoA
73.
A.threonine
B.leucine
C.valine
D.isoleucine
74.gout
A.
B.
C.
D.
75.DNAlagging strandprimer
A.tRNA
B.rRNA
C.DNA
D.RNA
76.
A.DNA integration
B.homologous recombination
C.gene knockout
D.gene deletion
77.DNA
A.transactivator
B.inducer
C.repressor
D.enhancer
78.
A.NMR
B.radioimmunoassay
C.southern blot analysis
D.real time PCR
79.Trp operonattenuation
A.RNA
B.mRNA
C.repressor
D.attenuatormRNA
80.operon
A.
B.transcriptional level
C.operatorrepressor gene
D.repressoroperator