Flashcards in 4.01 - Articulation & Resonance A Deck (98)
What's another name for Palatoglossus?
What's another name for Glossopalatine?
What's another name for Palatal Levator?
Levator Veli Palatini
What's another name for Levator Veli Palatini?
What are five upper airway functions that are necessary to sustain life?
What are two upper airway functions necessary for speech?
What three things are necessary for speech?
The upper vocal tract ______ of the cavities, spaces, and location of the constriction to resonate some frequencies of the ______ and attenuate others.
Modulates the shape
The articulation of speech is created by everything ______.
Above the vocal folds
What are the two functions does the vocal filter provide?
Resonate means to _____ harmonics where attenuate means to ______ harmonics.
Reduce the power
What are formants? What determines them?
Resonated harmonic frequencies
The length and shape of the vocal tract
What are the three stages of speech production?
Vocal tract filter
What is the Torus Tuberius?
The cartilaginous protrusion around the auditory (eustachian) tube opening
People say the ethmoid bone is shaped like a _____.
People say the Vomer Bone is shaped like a ______.
What is another word for nostrils?
Nares are lined with _____ which catch _____ and _____.
Conchae create swirling pathways for air which ____________ which protects the lungs.
Warms and moistens the air
What sort of lining is in the nasal cavities and sinuses?
How much mucus do we produce in a day?
Around a quart
What does mucus contain?
White Blood Cells
What secondary function does mucus provide?
It is sticky and washes the nasal wall of particles
What joint does the Condylar Process connect to?
What joint does the Coronoid Process?
It only connects to muscles
A Class II Malocclusion is an ______.
A Class III Malocclusion is an _______.
What is the difference between TMJ & TMD?
"Velum" comes from the latin word for _____.