Q.1. In mammals, the number of cervical vertebra is [CPMT 1991, AFMC 2008]
In mammals, the number of cervical vertebra is seven.
Q.2. The pectoral and pelvic girdles and the bones of limb form [CPMT1987, DPMT 1993, MHCET 2000]
(a) Axial skeleton
(b) Appendicular skeleton
(c) Visceral skeleton
(d) Outer skeleton
Appendicular skeleton is situated at the lateral sides which actually extend outwards from the principal axis. It consists of pectoral and pelvic girdle and bones of arms and legs.
Q.3. Pelvic girdle of rabbit consists of
(a) Illium, ischium & pubis
(b) Illium, ischium & coracoid
(c) Coracoid, scapula and clavicle
(d) Illium, coracoids & scapula
Pelvic girdle comprises of the usual three bones illium, ischium & pubis which are fused together into a single innominate or hip bone.