At 14 days post-hatch, cells were seen in the olfactory nerve
in one of 18 procerebrums, but in 30-day post-hatch snails, dividing cells were seen in olfactory and peritentacular nerves in 10 of 19 procerebrums.
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) promotes survival of neurons cultured from the olfactory nerve
(Buckland and Cunningham, 1998, 1999; Holcomb et al.
OECs develop from the olfactory placode and subsequently migrate into the olfactory nerve
The fact that occlusion of the right naris during inhalation for 2 days of the nanosized Mn oxide led to accumulation of Mn only in the left olfactory bulb confirmed that translocation from nasal deposits along the olfactory nerve
accounts for this increase.
Scientists removed one of his olfactory bulbs, where the sense of smell resides, and transplanted his own olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) and olfactory nerve
fibroblasts (ONFs) into the damaged area.
Perhaps we eventually resign ourselves to enduring the assault on our olfactory nerve
He said that when odours stimulate both the trigeminal nerve and the olfactory nerve
, the experience becomes much more intense.
Unfortunately, it also resulted in my olfactory nerve
being inadvertently severed.
The list includes a neurotoxin from a shellfish that is water soluble, can be aerosolized, and causes death within minutes; a bacterium that can induce hallucinations, itchiness and strange tastes; and an amoebic microbe that crawls up the olfactory nerve
to invade the brain, where it kills brain tissue.
The salmon does have a big olfactory nerve
resulting in a strong sense of smell - but why should this drive it towards the female angler's fly?
Marked atrophy of the olfactory nerve
and glomerular layers of the olfactory bulb was also detectable by 7 days PI along with mild neutrophilic encephalitis.
The olfactory mucous membrane that contains the cells of origin of the olfactory nerve
fibers is limited primarily to the region of the superior concha, a corresponding portion of the nasal septum, and the roof of the nasal cavity (the area of the cribriform plate).