osmatic


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os·mat·ic

 (ŏz-măt′ĭk)
adj.
Having or characterized by a well-developed sense of smell.

[From Greek osmē, smell.]

osmatic

(ɒzˈmætɪk)
adj
possessing a good sense of smell
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As vegetation grows and satisfies the senses, it provides numerous visual (shape, color, texture), tactile, audio, osmatic, cognitive and affective stimuli, which are of exceptional educational value.
About 100 mg of fresh mycelium was washed with sterile distilled water followed by 0.1 M phosphate buffer (pH 5.8) and osmatic stabilizer (0.7 M KCl) then incubated with Lysing Enzymes (Sigma Chemicals Co.) at 10 mg/ml concentration prepared in phosphate buffer containing 0.7 M KCl as osmotic stabilizer.
For me, you wouldn't have dared to say, "Why?" You learned in that osmatic way.