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Structure of the olfactory bulb of the hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus): A Golgi study of the intrinsic organization of the superficial layers

AuthorsLópez-Mascaraque, Laura; Carlos, Juan A. de ; Valverde, Facundo
Issue Date1990
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
CitationJournal of Comparative Neurology 301: 243- 261 (1990)
AbstractThe intrinsic organization of the mitral cell, external plexiform, and glomerular layers of the main olfactory bulb of the insectivore hedgehog were studied with the Golgi method. This study completes our previous description of the cell types in the granule cell layer in the same subject (Lopez-Mascaraque et al., J. Comp. Neurol. 253:135-152, '86). In the present contribution the morphology of mitral, internal, and middle tufted cells is described with particular interest in the formation and arrangement of glomerular tufts by the primary dendrites, and the disposition of the secondary dendrites. Three types of intrinsic cells were found in the external plexiform layer: Van Gehuchten cells, satellite cells, and horizontal cells. All these cells display unusual patterns of branching processes that were difficult to classify as dendritic or axonal. The close relationship between some processes of the satellite cells with the mitral or tufted cell dendrites is noted, suggesting that these cells may be inhibitory in nature. The external tufted cells are described, and several aspects pertaining to their morphology were considered in order to distinguish them from periglomerular cells and from the remaining tufted cells. External tufted and periglomerular cells appear to be intrinsic neurons, having axons distributed in the periglomerular region, most probably devoted to relating different olfactory glomeruli. The arrangement of glomeruli in the glomerular layer and distinctive characteristics with respect to other mammals were considered from a comparative point of view.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/62664
DOI10.1002/cne.903010208
ISSN0021-9967
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