24 hr survival after a 3H-thymidine injection on E17 (lateral sagittal)
Figure 75. This lateral sagittal slice through the olfactory bulb on E18 shows heavy label uptake after a 3H-thymidine exposure on the morning of E17 from the same specimen in Figure 74. This slice shows the AOB more definitely in the posterodorsal bulb. The mitral cell layer is not recognizable in the most forward part of the MOB. Labeling patterns in the olfactory epithelium and Jacobson’s organ are like Figure 74.