The olfactory nerve enters the cavity of the orbit and is developed into the special sense of hearing.
The olfactory nerve of the nation never scented their existence.
Scents, like sounds, appear to influence the olfactory nerve in certain definite degrees.
It was about a foot from Duke's nose, and the little dog's dreams began to be troubled by his olfactory nerve.
Marshall holds that the olfactory nerve probably also originates from this crest.
In any case Marshall has not yet been able again to find an olfactory nerve till long after the disappearance of the neural crest.
Its sight, touch and taste are also well developed but it has no olfactory nerve and is apparently without the sense of smell.
Marshall holds that the olfactory nerve is a segmental nerve equivalent to the third, fifth, seventh etc. nerves.
On the right side is seen the olfactory nerve coming off from the olfactory lobe.
At a very early stage the olfactory nerve attaches itself to the olfactory epithelium.
olfactory nerve n.
Any of numerous olfactory filaments in the olfactory portion of the nasal mucosa that enter the olfactory bulb, where they terminate in synaptic contact with mitral cells, tufted cells, and granule cells. Also called first cranial nerve.
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Either of the first pair of cranial nerves that carries sensory information relating to smell from the nose to the brain.