The skull of an animal; especially, that part of the skull, either cartilaginous or bony, which immediately incloses the brain; the brain case or brainpan. See Skull.
braincase - the part of the skull that houses the brain.
Greek kranion = skull. (In anthropology = skull minus mandible) adjective - cranial.
a single compact cartilaginous block which encloses the brain, olfactory, and auditory capsules, and jaws loosely attached to it
a skull except the lowest jaw
a skull minus the lower jaw
The part of the skull that holds the brain.
collectively, bones that form upper part of skull (contains upper teeth and braincase); lower part of skull is the mandible.
The main part of the skull, exclusive of the lower jaw bones (mandibles).
The braincase; composed of several bones fitted together at immovable joints.
Bony framework of the head consisting of eight cranial bones, 14 bones of the face and the teeth.
The skull, or bony structure of the head, that protects the brain.
collectively, the bones of the head; specifically, part of the skull encasing the brain.
Another name for the skull, the bony enclosure that protects the brain.
part of the skeletal system enclosing the brain; the skull minus the face
The bony covering that surrounds the brain. The cranium and the facial bones comprise the skull.
The skull of vertebrates.
That portion of the skull that encloses the brain; consists of single frontal, occipital, sphenoid, and ethmoid bones and the paired temporal and parietal bones.
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The bony skull (intracranial – inside the skull).
The part of the skull that protects the brain in vertebrates.
The part of the skull that contains the brain.
The upper part of the skull, shaped like a dome, that protects the brain.
The braincase; the skull bones that surround and protect the brain.
The part of the skull (8 bones) which encases and protects the brain.
the part of the skull that encloses the brain.
the portion of the skull that protects the brain and the organs of sight, hearing, and balance; includes the frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, sphenoid, and ethmoid bones
the skull without the lower jaw.
1/2Part of the body that incorporates the skull, face and mouth.
The portion of the skull that encapsulated the brain.
Part of the body that incorporates the skull, face and mouth. BACK
the top of the skull; it protects the brain. The cranium and the facial bones make up the skull.
All of the bones of the skull except for the mandible.
Cranium™ is a party board game, invented by Whit Alexander and Richard Tait in 1998 and manufactured by Cranium, Inc. Cranium is billed as "The Game for Your Whole Brain." Unlike many other party games, Cranium includes a wide variety of activities.