Demonstration function of olfactory nerve: Human Anatomy and Physiology Practical
To demonstrate the function of Olfactory nerve.
Clove oil turpentine oil alcohol peppermint oil eucalyptus oil etc.
The olfactory nerve (I) is responsible for perception as well as adaptation of smell. The perception of smell takes place by the pathway summarized below:
- The olfactory receptors lie in the nasal epithelium in superior portion of nasal
- The olfactory impulse is conducted through olfactory nerve to the olfactory bulb in which are activated by odorant stimuli.
- The olfactory bulb neurons carry the impulse through olfactory tract to limbie system, thalamus and primary olfactory area of the temporal cortex which is perceived as smell.
Adaptation to smell is decreasing the sensitivity of the olfactory receptors. In general complete insensitivity to certain odours occurs within a minute after exposure to the odorant stimuli. It follows a similar olfactory pathway as described above.
Select one healthy subject for the test.
(a) Perception of smell:
1 Ask the subject to close the eyes and then occlude one of the nostrils.
2. Ask the subject to smell and distinguish the odours of each of the test substances by each nostril separately.
3. Record the results as +/- for smell perception as per the observation table.
(b) Adaptation to smell:
- Ask the subject to occlude one nostril and to smell the test substance 1 until the smell is no longer detected and the nostril gets adapted.
- Immediately ask the subject to distinguish between smell of test substance 2 and 3 with the same adapted nostril.
- Record the results as +/- for adaptation to smell as per the observation table.
|Test||Test Substances 1||Test Substances 2||Test Substances 3|
|Perception of smell|
|Adaptation to smell|
BP207P Human Anatomy and Physiology II Practical
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