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The vomeronasal organ of jacobson

, : The vomeronasal organ of jacobson. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 16(3): 238-240

The vomeronasal organ in mammals is a chemical sense organ with a specific neurosensory epithelium. Its autonomy from the olfactory organ is stressed.

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