Distinction amongst smells was done by the "[...]," a part of the limbic wiring, and the rudimentary basis of the neocortex.
rhinencephalon," literally, the "nose brain
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Open it The olfactory bulb and the limbic system make distinctions among smells and recognizing them, and so discriminating good from bad.
This was done by the "rhinencephalon," literally, the "nose brain," a part of the limbic wiring, and the rudimentary basis of the neocortex, the thinking brain.
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