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che·mo·sen·so·ry

 (kē′mō-sĕn′sə-rē, kĕm′ō-)
adj.
Relating to the perception of a chemical stimulus by sensory means. Used especially of olfactory reception.
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giraffa suggests that they use chemosensory and tactile information to locate the spiders (however, the use of visual stimuli in this process cannot be ruled out).
The University of Pennsylvania Smell Identification Test (10), the Sniffin' Sticks (11), and the Connecticut Chemosensory Clinical Research Center Test (12) are among the most popular.
PH10 activates nasal chemosensory receptors that in turn engage GABA and CRH neurons in the limbic amygdala system.
There has been little study of chemosensory perception for stimuli presented to olfaction or taste, or of gustatory-olfactory interactions underlying flavor perception (Spence, 2015; Welge-Lussen, Husner, Wolfensberger, & Hummel, 2009).
Vandenbeuch et al., "Nasal chemosensory cells use bitter taste signaling to detect irritants and bacterial signals," Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
(2006a,b) subsequently described a constellation-shaped microscopic array of sensilla on the distal external portion of the fixed finger of the pedipalp in several scorpion species (including Paruroctonus), and suggested that these structures serve a chemosensory role.
Insight into the chemotaxis of Caenorhabditis elegans toward pathogenic Bacillus thuringiensis Strain 4A4 using chemosensory deficient nematodes, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee.
Most of these channels were annotated as being from the degenerin/epithelial sodium channel family or the G-protein-coupled receptor family; proteins from these families can have chemosensory functions.
The females' antennas  "triggered female-specific chemosensory signals," which promoted the asexual reproduction, the (http://zoologicalletters.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40851-017-0063-x) study  said. More results of the data revealed oothecae formation was slower between a male cockroach and a female, in contrast to the all-female group.
In patients with chemosensory complaints, a head-to-head comparison of unilateral olfaction threshold testing with the Phenyl Ethyl Alcohol Smell Threshold Test (PEA) and the OLFACT-RL Odor Threshold Test (OLFACT-RL) was undertaken.
According to the National Institutes of Health, your sense of smell--like your sense of taste--is part of your chemosensory system, or the chemical senses.
This review is intended to summarize and discuss the significance of extraoral taste receptors and other chemosensory processors for ayurvedic pharmacology.