oral physiology


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or·al phys·i·ol·o·gy

(ōr'ăl fizē-ol'ō-jē)
Science of the function of the oral structures.
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of Sydney, Australia) review recent research on food oral processing and sensory perception, covering the principles of food physics, oral physiology, and sensory psychology of the eating process and experimental study techniques.
Baad-Hansen of the department of clinical oral physiology in the dental school at Aarhus (Denmark) University.
Professor Neil Jenkins, who lived in Jesmond, Newcastle, was Professor of oral physiology at Newcastle University for most of his career and lectured worldwide.