Bonelike Substance Beneath Tooth Enamel

Match the terms in column A with the descriptions in column B. Place the letter of your choice in the space provided. Column A Column B

a.

adenoids (pharyngeal tonsils)

_ 1.

bonelike substance beneath tooth enamel

b.

amylase

_ 2.

smallest of major salivary glands

c.

crown

d.

dentin

_ 3.

tooth specialized for grinding

e.

frenulum

_ 4.

chamber between tongue and palate

f.

incisor

projections on tongue surface

g.

molar

_ 5.

h.

oral cavity

_ 6.

cone-shaped projection of soft palate

i.

palate

j.

papillae

_ 7.

secretes the digestive enzymes in saliva

k.

periodontal ligament

_ 8.

attaches tooth to jaw

l.

serous cell

m.

sublingual gland

_ 9.

chisel-shaped tooth

n.

uvula

_ 10.

roof of oral cavity

o.

vestibule

_ 11.

space between the teeth, cheeks, and lips

_ 12.

anchors tongue to floor of mouth

_ 13.

lymphatic tissue in posterior wall of pharynx near auditory tubes

_ 14.

portion of tooth projecting beyond gum

_ 15.

splits starch into disaccharides

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