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Basel: S. Karger, 1974. Hannam, A. G. Is dental occlusal harmony obligatory for muscle harmony? In: Mastication and Swallowing, ed. Sessle, B. , and Hannam, A. G. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press, 1976. , Hofman, G. , and Hendron, J. A. The physiology of the stomatognathic system. , 46: 375, 1953. , Reswick, J. , and Gibbs, Ch. Investigation of functional mandibular movements. Dent. Clin. N. , 13: 629-42, 1969. Posselt, U. Studies in the mobility of the human mandible. Ada Odont. , 10: 1-160, 1952.

Physiol, London, 226: 249-261, 1972. Goodwin, G. , and Luschei, E. S. Effects of destroying spindle afferents from jaw muscles on mastication in monkeys. / . , 37: 967-981, 1974. Goodwin, G. , and Luschei, E. S. Discharge of spindle afferents from jaw closing muscles during chewing in alert monkeys. J. , 38: 560-571, 1975. Jerge, C. Organization and function of the trigeminal mesencephalic nucleus. J. Neurophysiol, 26: 379-392, 1963. Joyce, G. C , Rack, P. M. , and Westbury, D. R. The mechanical properties of cat soleus muscle during controlled lengthening and shortening movements.

Roberts and Witkowsky [31] further showed that the sensory input was derived solely from mechano-receptor units excited by pressure on or around the teeth (there being no muscle spindles in such species); and that they had a strong excitatory projection to jaw closer motoneurones. Evidently, there has been a profound modification of the functional role of the MeNV during evolution: tooth afferents changing their connections from excitatory to inhibitory and spindle excitatory connections being substituted.

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