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glossopharyngeal nerve


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glossopharyngeal nerve

glossopharyngeal nerve

glossopharyngeal nerve n.

glossopharyngeal nerve n.

glossopharyngeal nerve n.

glossopharyngeal nerve n.

Specificity of Glossopharyngeal Nerve Responses to Astringent Compounds in Xenopus

Slow Potentials in Taste Cells Induced by Frog Glossopharyngeal Nerve Stimulation

Unilateral glossopharyngeal and hypoglossal nerve palsies due to compression by a rheumatoid pannus

Analysis of Slow Hyperpolarizing Potentials in Frog Taste Cells Induced by Glossopharyngeal Nerve Stimulation

Mechanism of Enhancement of the Responses of the Frog Glossopharyngeal Nerve to Electrolytes by Enhancers

Glossopharyngeal Nerve Transection Does Not Alter Taste Reactivity to Sucrose Conditioned to be Aversive

Analysis of Slow Hyperpolarizing Potentials in Frog Taste Cells Induced by Glossopharyngeal Nerve Stimulation

Amiloride Blocks Salt Taste Transduction of the Glossopharyngeal Nerve in Metamorphosed Salamanders

Responses of Single Taste Fibers and Whole Chorda Tympani and Glossopharyngeal Nerve in the Domestic Pig, Sus scrofa

Non-synaptic Transformation of Gustatory Receptor Potential by Stimulation of the Parasympathetic Fiber of the Frog Glossopharyngeal Nerve

The Time Course of Taste Bud Regeneration after Glossopharyngeal or Greater Superficial Petrosal Nerve Transection in Rats

P21.11 Malignant nerve sheath tumor involving glossopharyngeal, vagus and spinal nerve with intracranial-extracranial extension and systemic spread in a patient with type 1 neurofibromatosis

Enhancing Effect of Nickel Ions on the Response to Magnesium Ions of Single Fibers of the Frog Glossopharyngeal Nerve: Competitive Inhibition by Calcium Ions of the Nickel-enhanced Response to Magnesium Ions

 

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The ninth cranial nerve (IX), which supplies motor fibres to part of the pharynx and to the parotid salivary glands and sensory fibres to the posterior third of the tongue and the soft palate.

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