Data from: How much does nasal cavity morphology matter? Patterns and rates of olfactory airflow in phyllostomid bats

Thomas P. Eiting, J. Blair Perot & Elizabeth R. Dumont
The morphology of the nasal cavity in mammals with a good sense of smell includes features that are thought to improve olfactory airflow, such as a dorsal conduit that delivers odours quickly to the olfactory mucosa, an enlarged olfactory recess at the back of the airway, and a clear separation of the olfactory and respiratory regions of the nose. The link between these features and having a good sense of smell has been established by...
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