By: Martin Witt
180 pages, 50 figs, 22 tabs
This monograph represents a review of the comparative functional morphology of taste organs of several vertebrate classes (fish, amphibian, mammal). It considers not only the function of taste receptor cells, but also that of associated or supporting cells which provide the surface of the taste organ with a protective mucus.
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