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*  Antennal lobe
Linda Buck & Richard Axel (1991). "A novel multigene family may encode odorant receptors: a molecular basis for odor ... Luca Turin (2002). "A method for the calculation of odor character from molecular structure". Journal of Theoretical Biology. ...
*  Evolution of olfaction
... which is specialized at detecting volatile odors. All fish perceive odors though nostril-like structures called nares. Most ... Odor molecules are detected by the olfactory receptors (hereafter OR) in the olfactory epithelium of the nasal cavity. Each ... Considering the slow diffusion of odor molecules through water, it is evolutionarily reasonable to possess only one type of ... Buck, L. B. (2000). The molecular architecture of odor and pheromone sensing in mammals. Cell, 100(6), 611-618. Niimura, Y., ...
*  Olfaction
... has a strong role in categorizing odors and assessing similarities between odors (e.g. minty, woody, and citrus are odors that ... Each odor receptor molecule recognizes only a particular molecular feature or class of odor molecules. Mammals have about a ... This distributed code allows the brain to detect specific odors in mixtures of many background odors. It is a general idea that ... Of the genes that code for odor receptors, only a portion are functional. Humans have far fewer active odor receptor genes than ...
*  Androstadienol
in women), are considered to be mainly responsible for the "musky" component of axillary (underarm) odor. Androstadienol is ...
*  Environmental issues in Puget Sound
Emits a skunklike odor when disturbed. Oregon spotted frog: Green-, brown- or magenta-colored, with black blotches on its head ...
*  Suillus brevipes
The odor and taste are mild. The spore print is cinnamon-brown. The spores are elliptical to oblong, smooth, and have ... The odor is mild, and the taste mild or slightly acidic. Field guides typically recommended to remove the slimy cap cuticle, ... S. pungens has a characteristic pungent odor, compared to the mild smell of S. brevipes, and like S. granulatus, has glandular ...
*  PLOS Computational Biology
An electronic nose estimates odor pleasantness. A bat in flight. The article Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia PLOS ...
*  Psilocybe subaeruginascens
The taste and odor are farinaceous. Psilocybe subaeruginascens grows in gregariously and in cespitose clusters in wood chips, ...
*  Lactarius helvus
"The fenugreek odor of Lactarius helvus". Mycologia. Mycological Society of America. 92 (2): 305-308. doi:10.2307/3761565. JSTOR ...
*  Bennett Lake (Roseville)
Sarah McCann, "North Metro Insider; Roseville to address industrial odor, noise." Star Tribune, July 27, 2005 - via HighBeam ...
*  Autobiographical memory
Chu, S.; Downes, J. J. (2002). "Proust nose best: Odors are better cues of autobiographical memory". Memory and Cognition. 30: ...
*  Bardet-Biedl syndrome
Downer, Joanna (2004-09-13). "That Stinks: People with Rare Obesity Syndrome Can't Sense Odors". The JHU Gazette. Johns Hopkins ...
*  Formica lugubris
Each ant is able to recognize other members of their colony by a specific odor they all carry on them. Different odors allow ... Workers are able to release pheromones that can alarm others of danger nearby; this is another way these ants use odors to ...
*  Litter box
The cat-box that the litter is poured into can give off a strong odor. It is recommended that it is kept in an area in the home ... If kept in room with an intake vent, an air freshener may be added on the furnace filter to isolate the odor from the rest of ... Some[who?] praise its absorbency because 4-5 pounds (1.8-2.3 kg) can absorb liquid and odor for up to 30 days for one healthy ... Litter box filler is a loose, granular material that absorbs moisture and odors such as ammonia. Some litter brands contain ...
*  Interior (Degas)
A gentle warmth lingered in the air, with soft odors. ... Thérèse was sitting in a low chair, to the right of the fireplace. ...
*  Travels with Charley
East of the river, odors and scenes were essentially "eastern"; west of the river was where "The West" really started. ...
*  History of flower arrangement
The tussie-mussie bouquets were still serving to eliminate odors. At the end of this period attempts were made to set up rules ... and also helped mask the odors of society where bathing was often believed to be unhealthy. VICTORIAN ARRANGEMENTS (AD 1820- ...
*  Jahai language
Radboud University Nijmegen."Odors expressible in language, as long as you speak right language." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 3 ... Jahai vocabulary includes a series of words for describing odors. Kensiu language Jahai at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) ...
*  Ancient Egypt
Men shaved their entire bodies for cleanliness; perfumes and aromatic ointments covered bad odors and soothed skin. Clothing ...
*  Spring Creek, Brooklyn
Smoke and odor from the incinerator and landfills, meanwhile, were reported to extend to the Queens neighborhoods of Howard ... Landfill Odors in Howard Beach" (PDF). The Leader Observer. August 14, 1980. Retrieved 23 November 2015. Savitch-Lew, Abigail ( ...
*  Carboxylic acid
... s often have strong odors, especially the volatile derivatives. Most common are acetic acid (vinegar) and ... butyric acid (human vomit). Conversely esters of carboxylic acids tend to have pleasant odors and many are used in perfume. ...
*  Brittle star
Moreover, tube feet may sense light as well as odors. These are especially found at the ends of their arms, detecting light and ...
*  Urosalpinx cinerea
It selects its food of choice by the odor of the prey. Once he embraces the barnacle or mussel with his foot, he drills through ... "Chemotaxis of Oyster Drills Urosalpinx cinerea to Competing Prey Odors". Biological Bulletin. 164 (3): 536-548. doi:10.2307/ ...
*  Sniffing (behavior)
... novel odor-evoked sniffing behavior can occur rapidly upon perception of a novel odor, one of interest, or an odor which is ... The rapid modulation of sniffing upon inhalation of a novel odor or an irritating odor is evidence for an "olfactomotor" loop ... Inhalation is necessary for odor input to the brain. Further, odor input through the brain is temporally linked to the ... This linkage between sniffing frequency and odor processing provides a mechanism for the control of odor input into the brain ...
*  Bat as food
During cooking, bats may emit strong odors reminiscent of urine. This may be reduced by adding garlic, onion, chili pepper or ...