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Title Author Type Date Words
Food Might Not Taste the Same? Here's Why: Aging can impact how we taste and enjoy our foods. Webb, Densie Feb 21, 2019 462
10:15 - 11:45 AM Podium Session 1 Wildlife Biology, Spiders McMaster Room--BTSU 308. Abstract Apr 1, 2018 1825
Subjective visual vertical perception and sense of smell in Parkinson disease. Khattab, Ahmed; Docherty, Sharon; Bagust, Jeff; Willington, Robert; Thomas, Peter; Amar, Khaled Report Jun 1, 2012 5232
Diminished sense of smell. Brief article Feb 1, 2011 175
What the nose should know. Davenport, Nick Jan 1, 2011 853
Do people who became blind early in life develop a better sense of smell? A psychophysical study. Cuevas, Isabel; Plaza, Paula; Rombaux, Phillippe; Collignon, Olivier; De Volder, Anne G.; Renier, La Report Jun 1, 2010 4919
Fabrication of an olfactometer for mosquito behavioural studies. Omrani, Seyed-Mohammad; Vatandoost, Hassan; Oshaghi, Mohammad Ali; Shokri, Fazel; Guerin, Patrick M. Report Mar 1, 2010 4116
Sniffing activates the mind's nose. Bower, B. Nov 15, 2003 495
SAD and smell. (Clinical Capsules). Brief Article Feb 1, 2003 194
Recently, 40 athletes. (Poscripts). Brief Article Sep 22, 2002 80
Making scents of flowers: it's time for science to close its eyes and sniff. Milius, Susan Brief Article Jul 27, 2002 2286
The early nerve gets the brain space. Netting, J. Brief Article Apr 21, 2001 461
Each nostril smells the world differently. Milius, S. Brief Article Nov 6, 1999 586
Talking smells. Prescott, Lyle Jan 1, 1995 773
Take a whiff! Dec 1, 1994 195
Keeping in good taste. Nov 1, 1992 551
Synthetic membranes smell and taste. Aug 4, 1990 320
Molecular custodians sweep away odorants. Amato, I. Dec 9, 1989 456

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