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Anatomically speaking, the palate is the roof of the mouth, separating the oral cavity (mouth) from the nasal cavity (inner nose). While the palate may be sensitive to heat and spiciness (via the capsaicin receptor, for example), it does not contain any taste buds, which are located on the tongue, and are part of the taste-sensing system. The other part of ...
As far as I know, and the same is written on Farlex Free Dictionary, the upper extremity or superior limb includes: the shoulder girdle the arm the forearm the hand Again, on this Dartmouth Medical School page, the upper limb bones are described and the article includes the bones of the hand. So, anatomically speaking, the upper limb includes the hand.
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