Note on one side, beginning at the anterior end, the buccal groove leading into the interior through the gullet.
On each side of the ring-plane four pairs of large irregular, annular holes; the fourth (inferior or buccal) pair is the longest.
In the first case the nasal cavity, in the others the orbital or buccal cavity, were generally concurrently involved.
Balbiani describes the buccal cavity as containing a protractile stylet.
The buccal glands are arranged in two 717 rows parallel with the molar teeth.
The ulcers, gingival and buccal, bleed easily when disturbed.
In Amphibia and Amniota the posterior nares also open well within the boundary of the buccal cavity.
The buccal cusps upon the molars, two or three, and are still in position.
buccal appendages: the mouth parts excluding the labrum: see trophi.
The buccal machinery, or articulate speech, is the language of the mind.
buccal buc·cal (bŭk'əl)
Of, relating to, adjacent to, or in the direction of the cheek.
Of or relating to the mouth cavity.