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    researchers place them onto a plate. Once they come out of their cocoon they are full grown and ready to be researched upon. Hypothesis - Glomeruli are the functional modules in the brain olfactory system, and each glomerulus responds to a different odor.

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    The role of Olfaction is studied (Sorokowska, 2013) in relation to accurately identifying first impression personality traits based solely on body odor. Natural body odor attributes from secretions of sweat, urine, saliva, and genital excretion. Personality traits such as neuroticism, extraversion, and dominance elicit associations with ones body odor. The olfactory system has the ability to learn quickly. With that being said, repeated emotional experiences may create a scent in response to the

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    system, has the capability to draw up past memories, affect emotional states, and influence one’s well being (A healthy scent: how smell can affect our mood and health). In addition, one’s nose can also help assess compatibility, according to body odor (Svoboda). Furthermore, the sense of smell can also aid in the treatment of many symptoms correlating with certain diseases, as well as relieving stress (The Hidden Force of Fragrance). Olfaction plays a multifaceted role in one’s life, specifically

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    2013, the local residents complained about the powerful spicy odor that originates during the production. According to the Los Angeles times, they filed a lawsuit against the company, appealing that the odor was causing trouble in public. They demanded for the company to shut down or hold the production, until they come up with a less odorous production plan. At first, the Huy Fong Foods’ officials cooperated, but later denied having any odor problems. They stated that they have several workers, who

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    Olfaction Use in Avian Species

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    Olfaction use in avian species Odors are broadly used for individual, sexual and species recognition in vertebrates and may be reliable signals of quality and compatibility when selecting mates. Yet, chemical signals in birds have rarely been investigated. In fact, birds exhibit a wide array of communication mechanisms, such as colors and songs, but rarely display obvious olfactory-driven behaviors. This discrepancy seen in the amount of information regarding olfactory use is due to the belief

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    For over two thousand years, people have been cultivating and consuming Asparagus officinalis. During this time some people have observed a peculiar manifestation of an odd odor in their urine shortly after ingesting this vegetable (Mitchel and Waring 2014). This particular stench has been described as smelling like boiled cabbage (Mitchel et al. 1987, Pelchat et al. 2011). Many experiments have contributed this smell to sulfurous molecules found in the urine after asparagus ingestion, the most common

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    eucalyptus groves. The menthol-like scent of the flora transported Ackerman back to the bedroom of her childhood home in 1950s Illinois, her mother rubbing Vicks Vaporub on her sick chest (...). From the eucalyptus scent, Ackerman’s brain triggered an odor-evoked memory from the first two decades of her life, likely even the first decade, just as the autobiographical memory research would have predicted (...). With little knowledge of the neurological and psychological functions of olfaction, in

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    Article Critique

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    the blue petrel species. One of the main reasons that the researchers chose mice was because they hypothesized that petrels have a similar olfactory system to mice. This system enables mice to pick up non-personal scents and to recognize their mate’s odor. Researchers also chose to use mice because the petrels do not reach the age of first breeding until they are seven to nine years old which means it would take years to collect a large enough sample size. Petrels are monogamous partners and only have

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    essential oils and other ingredients. Essential oils are responsible for the odor and makes up the fragrance of a plant, and are usually extracted from flowers or spices to make a certain scent (Wong, 2013). Perfumes are also a refreshing and pleasant smell that women and men usually spread around their body or clothes. Each scent of perfume depends on a certain person. No two persons are exactly the same, therefore no fragrance or odor will smell precisely the same on any people. For example, one person

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    In the mid of 1990s, P&G invested several million dollars to develop a liquid substance cheap to produce, colorless and odorless capable of neutralizing odors such as tobacco smoke, malodorous sofas, curtains, and stale environments. Febreze is called the magic liquid, a name that comes from the union of two words “fabric” and “breeze,” decidedly alluding to the product 's ability to simulate the fresh,

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