Spatial patterning of response to odors in the peripheral olfactory system
The low odor specificities of the olfactory receptors suggest that odor recognition depends on the simultaneous activity in an ensemble of receptor neurons. This ensemble could conceivably code quality without reference to the point of origin of each input on the receptor sheet. However, the nose-to...
|Published in:||Physiological reviews, Vol. 56, No. 3 (1976), p. 578-93|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 01.09.1976|
Date Revised 13.12.2017
Citation Status MEDLINE
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