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Normal Microbial Flora of Oral Cavity

@inproceedings{Majumdar2014NormalMF,
  title={Normal Microbial Flora of Oral Cavity},
  author={S. Majumdar and A. Singh},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION The normal flora can be divided into two groups Resident flora and Transient. Some organisms are almost always present in a normal oral cavity and constitute constant/normal microbial flora. It is further divided into two types: indigenous & supplemental. Comprise of those species that are almost always present in high numbers (> 1%) in a particular site, such as the supra gingival plaque, the surface of the tongue. There numerical dominance implies that they are compatible with… Expand
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