Gustatory and Olfactory Epithelia

@inproceedings{Baradi1953GustatoryAO,
  title={Gustatory and Olfactory Epithelia},
  author={Abdel F. Baradi and Geoffrey H. Bourne},
  year={1953}
}
  • Abdel F. Baradi, Geoffrey H. Bourne
  • Published 1953
  • Biology
  • Publisher Summary This chapter presents the histology of gustatory and olfactory epithelia. The gustatory epithelium includes the epithelium covering and lining the various papillae, which bear taste buds, and of course it includes the taste buds themselves. In man, taste buds are never found on the conical or filiform papillae but appear to be particularly, associated with the foliate, fungiform, or vallate papillae. They are present usually only in the sides of the papillae and appear to be… CONTINUE READING

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