|Section of the olfactory mucous membrane.|
|Gray's||subject #223 996|
Beneath the epithelium, and extending through the thickness of the mucous membrane, is a layer of tubular, often branched, glands, the olfactory glands (glands of Bowman), identical in structure with serous glands.
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