PMID: 3534944Jan 1, 1986Paper

Studies on the olfactory nervous system of the Old World monkey

Progress in Neurobiology
S F Takagi


From the results of our electrophysiological and HRP studies in the old world monkey, multiple olfactory pathways have been clarified. The old world monkey has two neocortical olfactory areas, but no functional vomeronasal system. The response patterns to odors in various olfactory areas have also been studied. On the other hand, in the rabbit (Onoda and Iino, 1980) and dog (Onoda et al., 1981, 1982), which do have active vomeronasal systems, only one neocortical olfactory area was found. This important difference had already been indicated in three previous papers in which Takagi (1979, 1980, 1981) theorized that mammals can be divided into two groups according to their olfactory nervous mechanisms. One group includes old world monkeys, higher primates and man, and the other new world monkeys and lower mammals.


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