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1. facial
A. 8

bone

B. 10

C. 12

D.<> 14

2. spheno-occipital

synchondrosis
ossification

A.
B.

8 10

C.<>

16 18

D.
3. superior

nasal concha

A. maxilla
B. nasal
C.

bone

palatine bone

D.<> ethmoid

bone

4.
A. submental

triangle

B. digastric

triangle

C.<> supraclavicular

triangle

D. carotid

triangle
5. chorda tympani nerve
A.
B.<>
C.
D.
6. articular

ligamentslateral ligament

A.<> articular

tubercle

B. mandibular

neck

C. medial

pole

D. hip
7. retromolar

joint

pad

A. keratinized
B.
C.<>
D.
8. somatic
A.<> facial
B. trigeminal

sensory nerve

nerve

nerve

C. glossopharyngeal

nerve

D. vagus

nerve
9. internal carotid artery
A.<> cervical

partcranial part

B.
C. aortic

arch

D.
10. external

carotid artery

A. superior

thyroid artery

B.<> ascending
C. lingual

pharyngeal artery

artery

D. facial

artery

11. emissary

vein of foramen lacerum 2 ~ 3


pterygoid plexus

A.<> cavernous
B. sigmoid

sinus

sinus

C. superior

sagittal sinus

D. straight

sinus
12.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
13.

A.<>
B.

1 articular tubercle

C.

2 articular fossae

D.

3 post glenoid process

14.

A.

1 posterior superior alveolar nerve

B.

2 maxillary tuberosity

C.

3 infraorbital nerve and vessel

D.<>

4 maxillary paranasal sinus

15.

A.

B.

C.<>
D.

3 ophthalmic nerve

4 middle meningeal artery

16.

3
4

A.<>

1 masseter muscle

B.

2 platysma

C.

3 mental muscle

D.

4 depressor of corner of mouth

17. risorius

A.

B.

C.<>
D.

muscle

18.

A.

1 medial pterygoid muscle

B.

2 deep tendon of temporal muscle

C.

3 superficial tendon of temporal muscle

D.<>

4 retromolar fossa

BCD

19. external
A. collateral

carotid artery

ligament

B. sphenomandibular

ligament

C.<> stylomandibular
D. horizontal

ligament

ligament

20. larynxintrinsic

muscles
inferior or recurrent laryngeal nerve

A. thyroarytenoid

muscle

B. cricoarytenoid

muscle

C.<> cricothyroid

muscle

D. interarytenoid

muscle
21. maxillary artery

A.

B.
C.<>
D.
22. carotid

sinus

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
23. universal

system

A. 16
B. 6
C. 14
D.<> 3
24.

FDI

A.
B. quadrant
C.
D.<>
25. clinical

crown

A.<> gingiva
B. anatomic

crown

C. cementoenamel

junction, CEJ

D. cervical

line
26. cervical line
A. dentinoenamel

junction, DEJ

B.<> cementoenamel
C. gingival

junction, CEJ

line

D. periodontal

ligament
27. eruption

A.

6~8

B.

10~12

C.<>

6~10

D.

6~10
28.
A.

B.

16

C.<>
D.

6
29.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
30.
A.
B.
C. size
D.<> cervical

ridge

31.
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
32.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
33. cusp-fossa

relationship

A.
B.<>

C.
D.
34. cusp

of Carabelli

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
35. contact
A.<>
B.

area

1/3

1/3

C.

1/2

D.

1/2 1/3
36.
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
37.
A.<>
B.

1/3 1/3 1/3

1/3 1/3 1/3

C.

1/3

D.

1/3 1/3 1/3


38. geminationfusion
A.
B.
C.
D.<>

39. longitudinal

A.<>
B.

depression

C.
D.
40.
A.
B.
C.
D.<>
41.
A.
B.<>
C.
D.
42.
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
43. fossa
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
44.
A.<>
B.
C.
D.
45.

A.
B.<>

C.
D.
46.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
47. Condylar

cartilage

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
48. Meckels

cartilage

A.<>
B.
C.
D.
49.
A.
B. dental

follicle

C.<> enamel

organ

D. dental

papilla
50.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
51.

Retzius

A.<>
B.

C.
D.
52. incremental
A.<> Von

line
Ebner

B. Retzius
C. reversal

line

D. bands

of Hunter and Schreger


53.
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
54.
A.
B.
C.
D.<>
55.
A.
B.
C.
D.<>
56. turnover
A. 4-14

time

B. 20-25

C.<> 41-57

57. postganglionic fibers


D. 70-75

A.<> auriculotemporal
B. lingual

nerve

nerve

C. maxillary

nerve

D. mandibular

nerve
58. deciduous predecessors
A.
B.
C.
D.<>
59. temporomandibular

joint

A. 1
B.<> 3
C. 5
D. 7
60. condyle
A. foramen

magnum

B. foramen

magnum

C.<> foramen
D. foramen

magnum

magnum

61.

A. enamel
B. dental

organ

lamina

C.<> dental
D. dental

papilla

ridge

62. ground

A. contour
B.<> striae
C. striae

section

line of Owen

of Retzius

of Wickham

D. incremental

line of Von Ebner

63. attritionground

sectiontransmitted light

A. predentin
B. reparative

dentin

C.<> dead
D. sclerotic

tract in dentin

dentin

64.

A. primary

dentin

B. secondary

dentin

C.<> reparative

dentin

D. sclerotic

dentin
65.
A.<> dentinal
B. sclerotic

tubule

dentin

C. peritubular

dentin

D. intertubular

dentin
66. acidic proline-rich proteins
A.
B. demineralization
C.
D.<>

67.

Edman automated Edman analysis X-X-ray


crystallography NMR mass spectrometry
A.
B.
C.<>
D.
68.
A.
B.<>
C.
D.
69.

von Gierkes disease

A. debranching

enzyme
B. branching enzyme
C.<> glucose-6-phosphatase
D. phosphorylase

70.

II type II diabetes

A.
B.
C.
D.<>
71. 14C

14CH3 (CH2)13COOH
14C

A.

Aacetyl-CoA

B.<>
C.

Apropionyl-CoA

Apalmitoyl-CoA

D.

A Aacetyl-CoA and propionyl-CoA


72. salvage pathway

A.<>
B. uric

nucleosides nucleotides

acid hypoxanthine

C.

pyrimidines purines

D.

purines pyrimidines
73. E. coli 5' 3' exonuclease activity DNA polymerase
A.<> DNA polymerase

B. DNA polymerase

II
C. DNA polymerase III
D. DNA polymerase IV
74. E. coli homologous recombination DNA DNA

A. DNA

ligase

B. RecA protein
C.<> RecBCD

enzyme

D. RuvC

proteinresolvase
75. trp operon attenuation
A.

RNA

B.<>
C.

mRNA

repressor

D.

attenuator mRNA
76. lac operon repressor phage CI Cro DNA
A.<> Helix-turn-helix
B. Homeodomain
C. Basic

leucine zipperbZIP

D. Zinc

finger
77. glycogenolysis
A. phosphorylase
B. glucan

transferase
C. debranching enzyme
D.<> branching enzyme
78. glycolysisNAD + regeneration

A. dihydroxyacetone
B. pyruvatelactate
C. citric

acid cycle

phosphateglyceraldehyde-3-phosphate

D.<> electron

transport chain

79.
A. glucose

alanine succinate palmitate

B. palmitate

succinate glucose alanine

C.<> palmitateglucose

succinate alanine

D. glucose

palmitate succinate alanine


80. mRNA splicing
A.<>
B.

exon intron

snRNA

C. lariat
D.

ribozyme

structure