by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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    The lecture Tongue by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Gastrointestinal Histology.

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    1. Lacunae
    2. Circumvallate
    3. Fungiform
    4. Filiform
    1. Fungiform
    2. Filiform
    3. Circumvallate
    4. Laminal
    1. They are able to detect 3/5 tastes
    2. They are highly vascularized
    3. They appear like mushroom
    1. VII cranial nerve
    2. I cranial nerve
    3. VI cranial nerve
    4. IV cranial nerve
    1. Flushing out the taste
    2. Strengthening the circumvallate papillae
    3. Building epithelium
    4. Digestion
    1. The tongue has abundant bundles of smooth muscle supported by collagenous connective tissue
    2. Filiform papillae enable the tongue to manipulate food up against the hard palate
    3. Circumvallate papillae have taste buds
    4. Fungiform papillae have taste buds
    5. Papillae are located on the dorsal surface of the tongue

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     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

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    its not as good as previous slides
    By Halil Atakan Y. on 17. February 2018 for Tongue

    there is no subtitle and marks on the slide are not good enough to understand lecture

    great lecture but
    By Hazazi M. on 23. January 2018 for Tongue

    questions don't go along well with the lecture sometimes questions pops out before discussed. AND please mark. i kept getting lost and try to figure which part you're talking about.

    Better marking will make the lecture easier to follow
    By Wei M. on 03. December 2017 for Tongue

    Difficult to follow many of Dr. Meyer's course because of poor marking of the area under discussion. Also, questions jump into the middle of lecture, very disruptive.