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Relation of Biolinguistics to Other Sciences
Introduction to Phonetics
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action activities adjuncts alimentary arteries BIOLINGUISTICS blood body brain breathing cartilage caudad cavity cells cerebellum cerebral cortex cervical chemical complex consonants constriction constrictors determined diaphragm differentiation digastricus dilatation ectoderm effects embryo emergence endocrine energy environment epiglottis esophagus expiration fixators ganglia glands glandular glottis growth human hyoid bone hypha important increase innervation integration interaction involved language larynx later lips longitudinal lower lungs ment mesoderm metabolism modified mouth muscle fibers muscular nerve nervous system neurons normal nutrition occlusion oral ovum oxygen palate peristalsis pharynx phonation physiological platysma posterior pressure primitive protoplasm pterygoideus internus reflexes region respiratory rhythms secretion sensory simple contractions specific motors speech movements speech organs speech processes speech sounds spinal cord stimulated structures and functions styloglossus swallowing sympathetic tetanic tetanic contraction thyroid thyroid cartilage tion tissues tive tongue tonus tract tube types valving variations vegetative velopment vertebra vowels