Axial skeleton in sauropods

Omar Rafael Regalado
Quiz by Omar Rafael Regalado, updated more than 1 year ago
Omar Rafael Regalado
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Quiz on Axial skeleton in sauropods, created by Omar Rafael Regalado on 05/23/2015.

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Question 1

Question
Which one is the larger of the two costal articulations?
Answer
  • Diapohysis
  • Parapophysis
  • Prezygapophysis

Question 2

Question
Which one is not a change observed in the vertebrae located in the cervicodorsal transition?
Answer
  • Reduction of centrum length
  • Heightening of neural spine
  • Elongation of diapophyses
  • Morphology of diapophyseal laminae
  • Thickness of the parapophyses

Question 3

Question
Which vertebrae are referred as the pectoral vertebrae in sauropods?
Answer
  • Last four cervicals
  • Last three cervicals and first five dorsals
  • Last three cerivcals and first four dorsals
  • First dorsal vertebrae
  • There are no pectoral vertebrae

Question 4

Question
What is not found in the sauropod sacral vertebrae?
Answer
  • A sacral yoke
  • Sacral ribs
  • Sacral free ribs
  • Transverse processes
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