Data from: Olfaction written in bone: cribriform plate size parallels olfactory receptor gene repertoires in Mammalia

Deborah J. Bird, William J. Murphy, Lester Fox-Rosales, Iman Hamid, Robert A. Eagle & Blaire Van Valkenburgh
The evolution of mammalian olfaction is manifested in a remarkable diversity of gene repertoires, neuroanatomy, and skull morphology across living species. Olfactory receptor genes (ORG), which initiate the conversion of odorant molecules into odor perceptions and help an animal resolve the olfactory world, range in number from a mere handful to several thousand genes across species. Within the snout, each of these ORGs is exclusively expressed by a discrete population of olfactory sensory neurons (OSN),...
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