2022
DOI: 10.5603/fm.a2021.0061
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Ultrastructural features on the oral cavity floor (tongue, sublingual caruncle) of the Egyptian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis): gross, histology and scanning electron microscope

Abstract: This article has been peer reviewed and published immediately upon acceptance.It is an open access article, which means that it can be downloaded, printed, and distributed freely, provided the work is properly cited. Articles in "Folia Morphologica" are listed in PubMed.

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“…Our study was designed to illustrate the gross anatomical, mor- The current gross study observed that the Egyptian Ossimi sheep's tongue has three parts (apex, body and root) or may be divided into two parts according to its mobility: the rostral motile and the caudal non-motile part. Previous research on ruminant species has found similar results (Emura et al, 2000;Farrag et al, 2021;Mahdy et al, 2021). Our study agrees with El-Bakary and Abumandour (2017) that the ventral surface of the apex is categorized into two areas according to the presence of the papillae: the small rostral papillary area on the tip and the caudal large non-papillary area.…”
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“…Our study was designed to illustrate the gross anatomical, mor- The current gross study observed that the Egyptian Ossimi sheep's tongue has three parts (apex, body and root) or may be divided into two parts according to its mobility: the rostral motile and the caudal non-motile part. Previous research on ruminant species has found similar results (Emura et al, 2000;Farrag et al, 2021;Mahdy et al, 2021). Our study agrees with El-Bakary and Abumandour (2017) that the ventral surface of the apex is categorized into two areas according to the presence of the papillae: the small rostral papillary area on the tip and the caudal large non-papillary area.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 91%
“…Moreover, our gross description of a large round lingual prominence, torus linguae and fossa linguae are comparable to other ruminant species, including the goat (Mahdy et al, 2021), the deer (Zheng & Kobayashi, 2006), the alpaca (Gozdziewska-Harłajczuk et al, 2015) and the cattle and buffalo (Ding et al, 2016;Farrag et al, 2021).…”
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confidence: 61%
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