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Yellow Fever
...  America, but not in Asia. The jungle cycle begins when the mosquito sucks blood from a monkey carrying the yellow fever; it develops a temporary infection and the virus starts to accumulate in its salivary glands. When a person gets bitten by an infected mosquito, the urban cycle begins and the infected person transmits the virus to other people. This causes epidemic outbreaks of yellow fever.  ...

Glandular Structure
...  Exocrine The widely-distributed glandular structure comes from the exocrine gland. The glands pour their secretion through a tube. You can find them in the skin, pancreas, mammary glands, and salivary glands. Their name and the function of their secretion depend on their location. If it is the pancreas, the secretions are called the pancreatic juices and they work in digesting the food  ...

Salivary Glands
...  production of the vital digestion material known as saliva is attributed to the small glands called the salivary glands. Also known as accessory digestive glands, the salivary glands are in charge of two functions. First, it breaks down the molecular structure of the food, thereby lending taste to it. And, it cleans the teeth and maintains the moisture of the mucous membranes inside the  ...


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