Thinking that possibly some of the conditions described by Dodds (1906) in t h e cranial nerves of Plethodon glutinous might throw some light upon the homologies of the ramus maxillaris V in the urodele amphibians the writer was led to work out carefully the distribution of the fifth cranial nerve and its branches, together with those of the seventh nerve, in the same species.
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Norris, H. W.
"The Fifth and Seventh Cranial Nerves in Plethodon glutinosus,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 16(1), 189-191.
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