They felt our skin, much in the same way that a silk mercer would handle a remarkably fine piece of satin; and some of them went so far in their investigation as to apply the olfactory organ
We may note the garlic and whisky on the breath of a fellow strap hanger, or the cheap perfume emanating from the person of the wondrous lady sitting in front of us, and deplore the fact of our sensitive noses; but, as a matter of fact, we cannot smell at all, our olfactory organs
are practically atrophied, by comparison with the development of the sense among the beasts of the wild.
Nerve impulses from the olfactory and gustatory receptors are sent from the olfactory organ
and taste buds to different parts of the bass brain.
Morphological characteristics facilitating stimulus access and removal in the olfactory organ
of the spiny lobster, Panulirus argus: insight from the design.
Its basis, according to the Humane Society of U.S.: "Your cat's sense of smell is so essential to him that he actually has an extra olfactory organ
that very few other creatures have: the Jacobson's organ [also known as the vomeronasal organ].
"We just don't pay attention to it and don't use it in everyday life." In the spirit of giving your nose the respect it deserves, let's take a closer look at the other talents of your olfactory organ
: Sniffing Out Fat in Food You might take this incredible ability for granted, even though it's right in front ofaACAoor rather, insideaACAoyour nose.
Morphology and development of the olfactory organ
in larval walleye, Stizostedion vitreum.
The present research explores the changes on the surface ultrastructure of the peripheral olfactory organ
for cave fish.
In fact, fluorescent labeled cells were monitored for distribution in subjects and the team identified that the infused cells migrated throughout the bodies including brain except the olfactory organ
, and therefore confirmed that IV infused stem cell can reach to the brain across the blood brain barrier.
"Territory" includes both of Fattouh's "Love Talk" videos, and the installation "Archeology of the Nose," from 2012, which consists of nine silicone casts of the artist's olfactory organ
, apparently the only body part, besides the ears, which continues to grow throughout one's life.
Given the dominant view that the brain itself was the olfactory organ
, but also critical to the concoction of paternal seed and maternal gestation, was nasal prophylaxis practised in bed as on plague-ridden streets?
Retronasal aroma is the smell sensation we get when we eat food, and the flavor volatiles move through the back entrance or nasopharynx to the olfactory organ
. In contrast, orthonasal aromas pass through the external nares, the nostrils of the nose, and often produce a different sensation.