On the other hand, the sporozoites may lie in the salivary gland alive and virulent for several weeks.
The salivary glands seem to have a close relation to hydrophobia.
Persistent paralysis may follow destruction of the facial nerve; and salivary fistulæ may form.
Why does the salivary juice enter the mouth just at the moment that we are eating?
Interno-mandibular: applied to one of the pairs of salivary glands in bees, situated at the inner side of base of mandible.
It is a fluid much like the salivary secretion of the glands of the mouth.
In most of the Dibranchiata there are two pairs of salivary glands.
This advantage is to be attributed to the increase in the salivary secretion.
The mouth contains the teeth, and has three pairs of salivary glands connected with it, which make saliva.
No salivary glands or palatine velum are developed in fishes.
salivary sal·i·var·y (sāl'ə-věr'ē)
Of, relating to, or producing saliva.
Of or relating to a salivary gland.
saliva sa·li·va (sə-lī'və)
The watery mixture of secretions from the salivary and oral mucous glands that lubricates chewed food, moistens the oral walls, and contains ptyalin.
The watery fluid that is secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands. In many animals, including humans, it contains the enzyme amylase, which breaks down carbohydrates. Saliva also contains mucus, which lubricates food for swallowing, and various proteins and mineral salts. Some special chemicals occur in the saliva of other animals, such as anticoagulants in the saliva of mosquitoes.