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On the unmyelinated nerve glomuses in the bird's palate


, : On the unmyelinated nerve glomuses in the bird's palate. Zeitschrift für Mikroskopisch-Anatomische Forschung 90(6): 1093-1096

The studies on the structure and morphological variability of nerve endings in the palate mucosa of Streptopelia decaocto Friv, have been carried out. Besides single loose or dense, irregular glomuses one can observe complex glomuses as well. The former and the latter do not possess of neither capsules nor tactile cells. The author suppose that both types of glomuses can correspond to free nerve endings and receptors in which the feeling of pain is coded.

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