crushed mandibular

A context-dependent alarm signal in the ant Temnothorax ...

Furthermore, crushed heads from which the mandibular glands had been removed did not elicit these behaviors, indicating that the mandibular gland was the source of the pheromone. Presentation of DMP elicited the same patterns of responses as the intact head: ...

Mandible fractures

2014-6-13 · Mandible fractures 1. MANDIBULAR FRACTURE DR. SHIVANI SALUJA MDS ORALAND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY 2. SOME FACTS 2 Mandibular fracture > middle third fracture (anatomical factor) Minor mandibular fracture may be associated with head injury owing to the cranio-mandibular articulation Mandibular …

2-Heptanone in the Mandibular Gland Secretion of the …

The same behaviour can be observed when mandibular glands or crushed heads of worker bees are presented at the hive entrance. Download PDF. References. 1. Maschwitz, U., Z. vergl.

Ontogeny of the fine structure of the mandibular glands of ...

1991-1-1 · 3. Mandibular glands showed a repulsive effect since there were fewer visits of guards to glands than to control paper strips (412 vs 468, respectively; but the t-test, was non-significant at P < 0.5%). Heads. The guards were attracted to the crushed head after 30 s: then they anten nated and tried to tear it apart with their mandibles.

Treatment of mandibular retrognathia with unilateral ...

2017-6-1 · In some cases of children with fractured epiphyseal plates and crushed cartilage plates of endochondral bones, retardation of growth at the fracture line, skeletal deformity, and clinical shortening of the bones were shown . Similarly, early fracture of the mandibular condyles may cause some mandibular growth problems, such as severe mandibular ...

The main occluding area in normal occlusion and …

Objective: To clarify whether the concept of main occluding area, where hard food is initially crushed, exists in patients who have a jaw deformity. Materials and methods: Nineteen subjects with normal occlusion, 18 patients with mandibular prognathism, and 11 patients with mandibular prognathism who had undergone orthognathic surgery participated in this study.

Comparative chemical analysis of army ant mandibular …

2018-5-22 · Army ants are keystone species in many tropical ecosystems. Yet, little is known about the chemical compounds involved in army ant communication. In the present study, we analyzed the volatile mandibular gland …

An in silico investigation of the effect of bolus ...

2021-9-14 · Fig. 3 shows the mean mandibular motion and standard deviations computed by our input muscle activation pattern using data of all simulations that successfully crushed the bolus. The simulations achieved a mean maximum mid-incisor movement in opening direction of 20.1 ± 0.03mm and a posterior movement of 9.61 ± 0.02mm.

Facial Nerve Injury: Diagnosis and Repair | Aesthetic ...

2005-9-1 · Dr. Terzis: Facial nerve injury is something feared by every aesthetic surgeon who performs face lifts. Although most such injuries are transient, some are not. The patients discussed in this panel present with facial nerve injury from a variety of causes, but in each case, the patient''s goal is to achieve a more aesthetic appearance, beginning with the surgeon''s …

Mandibular Fractures: Practice Essentials, History of the ...

2020-10-21 · History of the Procedure. The first description of mandibular fracture was as early as 1650 BC, when an Egyptian papyrus described the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of mandible fractures. Many patients received either improper treatment or no treatment and, subsequently, died.

Mastication

Mastication (chewing), in which food is crushed and mixed with saliva to form a bolus for swallowing, is a complex mechanism involving opening and closing of the jaw, secretion of saliva, and mixing of food with the tongue. Mastication is a rhythmical automatic movement similar to breathing or walking, and is a characteristic movement that can intentionally be made faster, …