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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by songbook, Jul 7, 2011.
No deposits. Cleanliness next to godliness.
(Next to Godliness).
In this case, I feel honored as your original post did state: "I have a job, a family and a horn, that is why I am not here 24/7." So we DO fit one of your 3 top priorities. I am not worthy!
Ahh, by the way, I bet I'm one of the ones you keep just inside the first valve, right?
actually closer to the spit valve --- but look on the bright side GM ole pal, ole buddy --- saliva is very important to the mastication process, and to form the bolus of nourishment that is lubricated to gently slide down our esophagus without damaging the mucous coating or the epithelial cells lining the tract. Also saliva is very important to your oral hygiene -- with that lysol enzyme (lysozyme) to help eliminate those pesky bacteria
and to think of it -- even if you were allocated to being DOG SALIVA you would be an intrical part in the evaporative cooling of those little puppies ----PANT PANT
I AM TALKING SPIT -- BUT SPIT IS IMPORTANT
ps -- the Aussies love you -
OK smart boy, from which embryonic cell line is the esophageal cell lining derived?
rowuk said "Nope, you are part of the horn. Tucked away deep inside. Some of you VERY close to the spit key...................."
saliva dude, saliva!!
HUH?? -- try sitting in on this guys course at Wright State
Cells, Tissues, and Organ Systems Course at Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio | www.med.wright.edu
K13 An understanding of the digestive system, including the ability to:
Associate the anatomy and basic function of each organ and accessory organ of the alimentary canal, including liver and biliary system, salivary glands, and exocrine pancreas
Let me guess - they are derived from the same cells as the extreme other end of the same piece of plumbing ?
(Is that why SPIT and that other word are so similar?)
That is an interesting guess, but not the answer that I would be looking for from the students. Actually at the proximal end, the cells are more squamous in character, while at the distal end, more cuboid, mucous secreting cells. While the does NOT give you the answer, it may give you a lead to what the correct answer may be, OR NOT!
Mate, if it's not 316 stainless steel, or titanium, or even 6061 aluminium, perhaps copper or brass, then the cell structure of plumbing completely eludes me. The only biology I know a little about is ...... no, that's enough.