|Type de format:||:||fb2, ibooks, azw, odf, epub, lit, pdf, mobi, cbt|
|Auteure:||:||A. J. M. Ligtenberg,E. C. I. Veerman,|
Role of saliva in oral food perception. In: A.J.M., Ligtenberg, E.C.I., Veerman, Saliva: Secretion and Functions (p. ). Monographs in Oral Science, Basel. of functions served by the secretion of saliva and the variety of physiological processes involved, salivary secretion has long enjoyed at least a modest popularity. Eric Neyraud. Role of saliva in oral food perception. Saliva: Secretion and Functions, 24, Karger, p., , Monographs in Oral Science, The functions of saliva. Mandel ID. Nature's demands on salivary glands are extensive and diverse and range from the reptilian need for a venomous drop to incapacitate its prey to the quarts that ruminants require to digest a day's streetzen.net by: 9/11/ · Secretion of Saliva. Multiple acini of the salivary glands produce saliva and then secrete it into collecting ducts where it empties into the main duct of the gland. The acini produce a ion-rich solution containing potassium, bicarbonate, sodium and chloride. This is similar to tissue fluid. Saliva is produced in and secreted from the salivary glands in the body and functions to initiate digestion. The secretion of saliva is under the control of the autonomic nervous system. Hypersalivation, or increased saliva, can be caused by overproduction or decreased clearance of saliva.3/5(3).