How mammals' brains evolved to distinguish odors is nothing to sniff at: Study finds that the relationship of 'distributed circuit' components scales across species

How mammals' brains evolved to distinguish odors is nothing to sniff at: Study finds that the relationship of 'distributed circuit' components scales across species

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Neuroscientists have discovered that at least six types of mammals -- from mice to cats -- distinguish odors in roughly the same way, using circuitry in the brain that's evolutionarily preserved across species.

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