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Olfactory glomerulus

Name: Olfactory glomerulus
Description: Glomerulus located in the olfactory bulb formed by the incoming axons of olfactory receptor cells synapsing onto the dendritic branches of one or more mitral cells. The olfactory glomerulus is roughly spherical and is partially or wholly encapsulated by glial processes.
Super-category: Glomerulus
Id: nlx_subcell_20090503
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Axons in Olfactory glomerulus

Olfactory epithelium main sensory cell are neurons or parts of neurons whose axons can be found in Olfactory glomerulus or its parts.


Contributors

Memartone, Mimam, Nifbot2



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DefinitionGlomerulus located in the olfactory bulb f Glomerulus located in the olfactory bulb formed by the incoming axons of olfactory receptor cells synapsing onto the dendritic branches of one or more mitral cells. The olfactory glomerulus is roughly spherical and is partially or wholly encapsulated by glial processes. or wholly encapsulated by glial processes.
Idnlx_subcell_20090503  +
LabelOlfactory glomerulus  +
ModifiedDate3 October 2009  +
SuperCategoryGlomerulus  +