Z. V. Lyubimova

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Investigations have shown that the chemorecep to r apparatus of the tongue in chi ldren and adults differs in its s t ruc tu re and in the number of its functioning units. However, t he re is no unanimity in the l i t e ra tu re regarding the t imes of appearance of mature bulbs in the different papillae of the tongue in human fetuses and infants [7, 11].(More)
The development of the chemosensory apparatus of the tongue and taste perception in infants is studied by morphological (scanning electron microscopy) and physiological (vegetative and motor responses) methods. The chemosensory elements on the radix and body of the tongue develop, more rapidly than those on the tip of the tongue. Heterochrony in the(More)
9 This problem has subsequently received little study, but the results obtained by investigation of the taste buds of the vallate and foliate papillae have been extrapolated without justification to the fungiform papillae [2]. At the same time, differences in the structure, origin, times of maturation, and character of innervation of the chemosensory(More)
cavity wall, the lung tissue surrounding the cavity, and the parenchymatous organs of the animals gave the following results: During the month after infection the number of M. tuberculosis cells in the vaccinated animals fell in all organs and tissues. The period of decline of viability of the pathogenic agent last up to 3 months from the beginning of(More)
Maturation of the accessory structures of the different receptors of the dorsal surface of the tongue was shown previously not to be synchronized in mammals born in an immature state and in man [2, 3]. The times of formation of populations of lingual receptor structures during postnatal ontogeny have been shown to depend on the mode of feeding of the(More)
Morphogenes is of the m e c h a n o r e c e p t o r (Farbman, 1965; Bara tz and Farbman, 1975) and c h e m o r e c e p t o r {State, 1974; Bradly and Mis t re t ta , 1975; Muto, 1975; Lyubimova and Esakov, 1977) s t r uc tu r e s of the tongue is s t i l l incomple te in some an imals at b i r th . The authors cited do not give a comple te idea of the(More)
The surface of the tongue of an adult rat was investigated with the scanning electron microscope. On the basis of the results the structural organization of chemo- and mechanoreceptor formations of the tongue was described, an attempt was made to explain their functional role, and a topographic map of them was drawn.
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Examination of the structural and functional organization of tactile receptor structures in the rat tongue shows that the filiform mechanosensory papillae occupying the anterior free surface of the tongue are innervated by adrenergic, cholinergic, and peptidergic fibers. The location and sources of histamine are identified. All these components are thought(More)
The effect of exogenous oxytocin on the regulation of sucking motions is studied in rat pups of different age (from day 1 to day 16) during the lactotrophic period. It is shown that specificities of behavior (suckling) in the pups over each period are governed by oxytocin and its concentration. Oxytocin regulates the time during which the pups are attached(More)