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The physiological regulation of salivary secretions in man

a study of the response of human salivary glands to reflex stimulation

by Alexander Creighton Kerr

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Published by Pergamon Pr. in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speichel,
  • Physiologie

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlexander C. Kerr
    SeriesInternational series of monographs on oral biology -- 1, International series of monographs on oral biology -- 1.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination86 Seiten.
    Number of Pages86
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26783578M
    OCLC/WorldCa255070498

      here is why the saliva is hypotonic in relation to plasma the saliva PH hopefully this would help you this is my first video.. so if u had any question u . Physiologically, up to 25% of dietary nitrate is actively taken up by the salivary glands and is concentrated up to fold in saliva [7,8], leading to a much higher N O 3 − level in saliva than in blood [25,26]. Although it has been known for decades that salivary glands secrete nitrate positively, the specific patterns of when nitrate is.

    Secretions by the salivary glands, which total nearly 1L of fluid/day, begin the process of digestion and lubricate foods, thus facilitating passage down the esophagus. In addition, saliva is critical for proper oral hygiene as it possesses a number of anti-bacterial molecules and its baseline flow prevents bacterial overgrowth. A few such substances are known in physiological regulation: carbon dioxide, for example, is involved in the regulation of the respiratory activity of which it is a product, in insects as well as in vertebrates. Substances such as carbon dioxide are called parahormones to distinguish them from true hormones, which are specialized secretions.

    The biological effects of salivary EGF, and also esophageal derived EGF, include healing of ulcers, inhibition of gastric acid secretion, stimulation of DNA synthesis as well as mucosal protection from intraluminal injurious factors such as gastric acid, bile acids, pepsin, and trypsin and to physical, chemical and bacterial agents (16; 93).   The parotid glands produce serous saliva: a watery secretion that is rich in enzymes. The secretion from the sub-lingual glands is known as mucous saliva; a viscous secretion containing no enzymes and large amounts of mucus. Finally the sub-mandibular glands produce a mixed secretion, that is both serous and mucous.


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The Physiology Regulation of Salivary Secretions in Man; A Study of the Response of Human Salivary Glands to Reflex Stimulation Hardcover – January 1, by Alexander C.

Kerr (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Alexander C. Kerr. The salivary glands play an important role in our body by the virtue of its ability to secrete saliva.

Saliva has a role to play in maintaining the health of the oral cavity and for carrying out physiological functions like mastication, taste perception, speech etc. It also acts as a mirror to the systemic status of an individual owing to its ability to act as a diagnostic fluid for.

The first part of this review article provides an updated insight into our understanding of salivary gland structure, the neural regulation of salivary gland secretion, the mechanisms underlying the formation of saliva, the various functions of saliva and factors that influence salivary secretion under normal physiological conditions.

Advances in Physiological Sciences, Volume Saliva and Salivation covers the proceedings of the Saliva and Salivation satellite symposium, which is a pre-congress meeting connected to the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences.

The book discusses a wide variety of studies that are relevant to the function of salivary system. Saliva is the mixed glandular secretion which constantly bathes the teeth and the oral mucosa. It is constituted by the secretions of the three paired major salivary glands; the parotid, submandibular and sublingual.

It also contains the secretions of the minor salivary glands, of which there are hundreds contained within the submucosa of the. The body produces approximately litres of saliva every day, and it plays a vital role in lubricating food, digestion, and protecting the oral environment.

The production and composition of saliva is under neural control – via the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. In this article, we shall look at the regulation of salivary production and its clinical.

Regulation of Bile Secretion. The following Diagram summarizes the regulation of Bile secretion: Large Intestine. The chief function of the large intestine is absorption of fluids and the formation of faeces.

About liters of fluid enter the large intestine, and these are mainly absorbed, only about cc being egested each day. The Physiological Regulation of Salivary Secretions in Man. (PMCID:PMC) Full Text Citations; Related Articles; Data; BioEntities; External Links; Proc R Soc Med.

Apr; 55(4): PMCID: PMC The Physiological Regulation of Salivary Secretions in Man. standing of the salivary gland anatomy, physiology and regulation of its secretion is war- ranted.

This chapter aims to provide the basic understanding of the secretions of saliva. Salivary glands are essential structures in the oral cavity. A variety of diseases, such as cancer, autoimmune diseases, infections and physical traumas, can alter the functionality of these glands, greatly impacting the quality of life of patients.

To date, no definitive therapeutic approach can compensate the impairment of salivary glands, and treatment are purely symptomatic. Salivary SIgA secretion is driven by the autonomic nervous system and its secretion can be modulated by physical exercise.

5,10, 11 A single bout of. The Secretion of Ionized and Total Calcium, Protein and Inorganic Phosphate by the Salivary Glands of Rat and Man The Effect of PTH on Human Parotid and Submandibular Saliva Effects of Physiological Variables on the Concentration of Cortisol in Human Saliva.

Saliva is a mixture of fluids secreted by the three major salivary glands, i.e. parotid, submandibular and sublingual glands, with a slight contribution from many minor glands within the oral cavity. Hu-man salivary glands secrete typically liter of saliva per day in response to sympathetic and para-sympathetic stimulation (1).

Parasympathetic nervous regulation of salivary secretion. higher centers of the central nervous system. For instance, when a person smells or eats favorite foods, salivation is greater than when disliked food is smelled or eaten.

The appetite area of the brain, which partially regulates these effects, is located in proximity to the. Salivary gland products are essential for oral health. Saliva is produced by three pairs of major salivary glands, the parotid, the submandibular and sublingual glands and by numerous minor salivary glands scattered around the oral cavity.

Salivary water and electrolyte secretion is an energy consuming active two-stage process. The Physiological Regulation of Salivary Secretions in Man.

Oxford: Pergamon Press. Google Scholar Lagerlöf, F., Dawes, C. (): The Volume of Saliva in the Mouth Before and After Swallowing, J Dent Res. – the regulation of parotid and submandibular salivary secretion in sheep D. H. Carr Department of Physiology & Anatomy, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.3/ Control of physical and chemical properties of the food.

Ad 1 a Mechanical activity – mastication Regulation of salivary secretion – nervous - parasympathetic - sympathetic. of the secretion of saliva (serous) Sympathetic nerves: stimulation of the secretion of the mucinous saliva.