Oral Physiology: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held in Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, August 1971
Nils Georg Emmelin, Yngve Zotterman
Elsevier Science & Technology, Jan 1, 1972 - Bouche - Congrès - 302 pages
Oral Physiology contains the proceedings of the Wenner-Gren Center International Symposium held in Stockholm, Sweden in August 1971. Contributors explore common problems and trends in oral physiology, from the regulation of salivary glands and the role of electrolytes in the formation of saliva to neural mechanisms underlying salivary excretion, the effect of citric acid on parotid flow, and secretion of salivary glycoproteins. Circulation of the tongue, monitoring of oral circulation, physiology of mastication, and development of fetal gustatory receptors are also covered. This volume consis...
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ELECTROLYTE TRANSPORTS INVOLVED IN THE FORMATION
NEURAL MECHANISMS CONTROLLING THE SALIVARY SECRETION
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