[Cartilaginous torus epithelium of the vomeronasal organ of swine and sheep].


The vomeronasal organ consists of receptor cells of microvillous type, supporting and basal cells. According to their ultrastructural organization the microvillar cells are analogous to those in the main olfactory organ in the pig and have all signs of the receptor cell: microvilli at the top and centrioles in cytoplasm, as well as the central process… (More)


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