Interno-mandibular: applied to one of the pairs of salivary glands in bees, situated at the inner side of base of mandible.
The salivary glands seem to have a close relation to hydrophobia.
In most of the Dibranchiata there are two pairs of salivary glands.
No salivary glands or palatine velum are developed in fishes.
The mouth contains the teeth, and has three pairs of salivary glands connected with it, which make saliva.
These lime salts are excreted through the kidneys and salivary glands.
These migrate to the salivary glands, and are carried into the blood of the person whom the mosquito bites.
At the same time the intensity of his reflections influenced in like manner the secretion of his salivary glands.
The first Anopheles with its salivary glands infected was found on 14th June.
In this case it is evident that the salivary glands could not see or know that such substances were present.
salivary gland n.
A exocrine gland that secretes saliva, especially any of major salivary glands or minor salivary glands.