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Histological evidence of fusion between the posterior palatal shelves and the floor of the mouth in Alligator mississippiensis

Archives of Oral Biology

Jan 1, 1988

R M Shah, M W Ferguson

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Unlike the anterior four-fifths of the secondary palatal shelves the posterior one-fifth grows vertically downward along the side of the tongue and unites with the floor of the mouth. This feature appears to be unique to alligators, and may be important in the development of the basihya...read more

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Structure of Papilla Incisiva of Mouth
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Histological evidence of fusion between the posterior palatal shelves and the floor of the mouth in Alligator mississippiensis

Archives of Oral Biology

Jan 1, 1988

R M Shah, M W Ferguson

PMID: 3252777

DOI: 10.1016/0003-9969(88)90012-x

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Unlike the anterior four-fifths of the secondary palatal shelves the posterior one-fifth grows vertically downward along the side of the tongue and unites with the floor of the mouth. This feature appears to be unique to alligators, and may be important in the development of the basihya...read more

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