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Comparative morphology and topography of cranial parasympathetic ganglia connected with the trigeminal nerve in mouse, rat and hamster (Mus musculus L. 1759, Ratus norvegicus B, 1769, Mesocricetus aureatus W. 1839). Part III. Mandibular and sublingual ganglia


Comparative morphology and topography of cranial parasympathetic ganglia connected with the trigeminal nerve in mouse, rat and hamster (Mus musculus L. 1759, Ratus norvegicus B, 1769, Mesocricetus aureatus W. 1839). Part III. Mandibular and sublingual ganglia



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