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The _______ makes up the superior portion of the oral cavity and the inferior portion of the nasal cavity. A. gingiva B. palate C. apex D. mandible
The B.palate makes up the superior portion of the oral cavity and the inferior portion of the nasal cavity
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User: In the periodontal ligament, the _______ fibers are the most numerous and make up the bulk of all fibers. A. alveolar crest B. horizontal C. apical D. oblique

User: The opening of the _______ is located in the buccal mucosa, just opposite the maxillary second molar. A. Stensen's duct B. salivary duct C. parotid gland D. sublingual gland

User: The _______ makes up the superior portion of the oral cavity and the inferior portion of the nasal cavity. A. gingiva B. palate C. apex D. mandible

Weegy: The B.palate makes up the superior portion of the oral cavity and the inferior portion of the nasal cavity
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