Pablo Sanchez Quinteiro

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The enormous morphological diversity and heterogeneity of the vomeronasal system (VNS) in mammals--as well as its complete absence in some cases--complicates the extrapolation of data from one species to another, making any physiological and functional conclusions valid for the whole Mammalian Class difficult and risky to draw. Some highly-evolved(More)
Macro and microdissection methods, conventional histology and immunohistochemical procedures were used to investigate the nasal cavity and turbinate complex in fetal and adult sheep, with special attention to the ethmoturbinates, the vestibular mucosa, and the septal mucosa posterior to the vomeronasal organ. The ectoturbinates, which are variable in number(More)
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