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Tongue Topography

  • Robert M. Bradley
Part of the Handbook of Sensory Physiology book series (SENSORY, volume 4 / 2)

Abstract

Throughout the animal kingdom the form of the tongue is never the same. Usually the variation can be ascribed to modification of a basic format in response to the animal’s peculiar mode of existence. Thus, the tongue may be primarily a gustatory organ, a masticatory organ, a grooming organ or a combination of all three.

Keywords

Sugar Neurol Valium Topo Canis 

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