What are the functions of the olfactory lobe?


The olfactory lobe refers to either of a pair of lobes located in the forebrain. The endings of olfactory nerves are located in the lobe. These help with the sense of smell.
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It is use for smelling.
The olfactory lobes are a pair of lobes in the forebrain, at the anterior
n. A projection of the lower anterior portion of each cerebral hemisphere, functioning in the sense of smell.
Smell The temporal lobe, along with the rest of the limbic system, is responsible for the transmission and processing of olfactory (smell) sense information. Emotion The temporal
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