Taste(s) and olfaction(s) in fish: a review of spezialized sub-systems and central integration

Abstract

Evidence from comparative morphology and electrophysiology suggests that both, olfaction and taste in fish serve different ecological roles. The lateral olfactory system (dorsolateral olfactory bulb glomeruli and lateral olfactory tract) and the external taste buds are probably specialized for food search and amino acid discrimination. The medial olfactory… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s004240000137

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