olfactory mucosa
The term olfactory mucosa refers to the portion of the membrane lining the upper posterior part of the nasal cavity that contains the bipolar sensory neurons of the olfactory system. The neurons connect to the olfactory bulb by means of the olfactory nerve ( Price-1990 ).

Also known as: olfactory epithelium, olfactory membraneNeuroNames ID : 1900

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