The medial branch first issues branches which supply the ventral wall of the principal chamber and medial areas of the vomeronasal organ
Sometimes a foamy discharge is produced in an attempt to dissolve some of these chemical signals and push them through the oral duct into the vomeronasal organ
Baum, "Accessory olfactory neural Fos responses to a conditioned environment are blocked in male mice by vomeronasal organ
removal," Physiology and Behavior, vol.
Future research should focus on the functional aspect of the vomeronasal organ
in the Pakistani population.
It is widely assumed that there is a functional relationship in squamates between flicking of the tongue and delivery of chemical cues to the vomeronasal system (VNS; see Young, 1993), Electrophysiological data have demonstrated a close temporal correlation between the activity pattern of the tongue retractor system and stimulation of the sensory receptors in the vomeronasal organs
(VNO; Meredith & Burghardt, 1978).
If greater sizes or volumes are related to greater sense of acuity, then the size of the olfactory and the vomeronasal organs
are indicative of an olfactory sense acuter than in most bat species.
Articles on smell include such topics as nasal anatomy and function, transduction and coding, central nervous processing, vomeronasal organ
structure and function, new methods of assessment of olfactory function and posttraumatic olfactory loss, the impact of chronic rhinosinusitis in olfactory dysfunction, assessment and treatment of olfactory disorders following upper respiratory tract infections and the consideration of olfaction in neurodegenerative disorder.
The functionally of the human vomeronasal organ
(VNO): evidence for steroid receptors.
Pheromone signals are detected through an organ three inches inside the nose called the Vomeronasal Organ
, which sends a sexual response signal to the brain.
The human vomeronasal organ
(VNO) has long been a source of curious interest in the scientific literature.
The vomeronasal organ
in rodents is an important social and sexual signaling pathway.
The odorless chemicals drift through air until they're sniffed into an animal's nose where the vomeronasal organ
(VNO), a supersensitive organ wired directly to the midbrain, registers the chemicals.