underneath your tongue
The salivary glands are in your cheeks, under your tongue, and the floor of the mouth.
Yes, they do. However, the salt glands on the tongue are non-functional.yes they do
It is because under your tongue there are salivary glands that "shoot" out saliva
The functions of a tongue depressor is to keep the tongue down long enough to examine the throat area and glands
Submandibular and sublingual glands.
big pairs of salivary glands.The sublingual glands are also in the floor of the mouth, but they are under the tongue.
We (humans) can eat with utensils our hands, our mouth (with our teeth, tongue, salivary glands, etc.) and any other way to get food into our bodies.
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In the salivary glands, beneath the tongue.
They all help you eat.
there are glands under the tongue that leak sort of say. when the tongue moves the saliva is spread aroung.
The tongue is a strong muscle that rolls your food into an easy to swallow ball after the teeth chew and the salivary glands moisten.
Saliva comes from three separate glands. They wet the food to make it easier to taste, chew, and swallow. One of the glands is under the tongue.
Dogs hang their tongue out because they don't have sweat glands and to regularize their body temperature they do this.
Its called a Bolus
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These glands are under the tongue, under the lower jaws and slightly around but mostly in front of each ear.
Answer : located under the jaw,under the tongue,and just anterior to the ears.There are three groups of salivary glands. The most important are the Parotid Glands which sit just in front of the ear. There are three salivary glands in the mouth region too. The Submandibular glands (one each side) sit beneath and beind the mandible. The Sublingual gland (only one) sits beneath the tongue.
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it is located under the tongue and upper back sides of the mouth
The bit under the tongue is called the sublingual gland. It is one of many glands in the mouth that provide saliva and aid in digestion.
The sublingual caruncle is found under your tongue (either side of the frenulum - the small folds going from your tongue and the cavity floor). This is where two salivary glands, the sublingual and submandibular glands, empty into the oral cavity. That is why saliva will sometimes spray out when you lift your tongue while yawning.
The tongue is the muscle that is only attached at one end. The surface of the tongue is covered with taste buds, and saliva is produced by the salivary glands to keep the tongue moist.