Palate

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The palate is the roof of the mouth in humans and other mammals.wikipedia
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Soft palate

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The palate is divided into two parts, the anterior, bony hard palate and the posterior, fleshy soft palate (or velum).
The soft palate is part of the palate of the mouth; the other part is the hard palate.

Cleft lip and cleft palate

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If the fusion is incomplete, a cleft palate results.
A cleft palate occurs when the roof of the mouth contains an opening into the nose.

Maxillary nerve

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The maxillary nerve branch of the trigeminal nerve supplies sensory innervation to the palate.
It comprises the principal functions of sensation from the maxillary, nasal cavity, sinuses, the palate and subsequently that of the mid-face, and is intermediate, both in position and size, between the ophthalmic nerve and the mandibular nerve.

Postalveolar consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.
Postalveolar consonants (sometimes spelled post-alveolar) are consonants articulated with the tongue near or touching the back of the alveolar ridge, farther back in the mouth than the alveolar consonants, which are at the ridge itself but not as far back as the hard palate, the place of articulation for palatal consonants.

Tetrapod

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A similar structure is found in crocodilians, but in most other tetrapods, the oral and nasal cavities are not truly separated.
Their palatal and jaw structures of tetramorphs were similar to those of early tetrapods, and their dentition was similar too, with labyrinthine teeth fitting in a pit-and-tooth arrangement on the palate.

Hard palate

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The palate is divided into two parts, the anterior, bony hard palate and the posterior, fleshy soft palate (or velum).

Palatability

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Palatability is the hedonic reward (i.e., pleasure) provided by foods or fluids that are agreeable to the "palate", which often varies relative to the homeostatic satisfaction of nutritional, water, or energy needs.

Language

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Consonant sounds vary by place of articulation, i.e. the place in the vocal tract where the airflow is obstructed, commonly at the lips, teeth, alveolar ridge, palate, velum, uvula, or glottis.

Torus palatinus

Palatal toripalatePalatine tori
palatal tori)'' in English] is a bony protrusion on the palate.

Mammal

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The palate is the roof of the mouth in humans and other mammals.

Mouth

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The palate is the roof of the mouth in humans and other mammals. It separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity.

Nasal cavity

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It separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity.

Crocodilia

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A similar structure is found in crocodilians, but in most other tetrapods, the oral and nasal cavities are not truly separated.

Trigeminal nerve

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The maxillary nerve branch of the trigeminal nerve supplies sensory innervation to the palate.

Nerve supply to the skin

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The maxillary nerve branch of the trigeminal nerve supplies sensory innervation to the palate.

Velar consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

Palatal consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

Palatalization (phonetics)

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

Alveolo-palatal consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

Uvular consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

Consonant

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When functioning in conjunction with other parts of the mouth, the palate produces certain sounds, particularly velar, palatal, palatalized, postalveolar, alveolopalatal, and uvular consonants.

History of English

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The English synonyms palate and palatum, and also the related adjective palatine (as in palatine bone), are all from the Latin palatum via Old French palat, words that like their English derivatives, refer to the "roof" of the mouth.

Synonym

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The English synonyms palate and palatum, and also the related adjective palatine (as in palatine bone), are all from the Latin palatum via Old French palat, words that like their English derivatives, refer to the "roof" of the mouth.

Palatine bone

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The English synonyms palate and palatum, and also the related adjective palatine (as in palatine bone), are all from the Latin palatum via Old French palat, words that like their English derivatives, refer to the "roof" of the mouth.