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smelling airborne chemicals using olfactory hairs, usually located on the
antennae (see Figure 49.4). Taste in Humans The receptor cells for taste in
humans are modified epithelial cells organized into taste buds, which are
scattered in several ...
1060 ~ ~ ~ I vision, but humans and other pr' “rates are among the minority c
rrammals with this ability. Mar mammals are nocturnal, and hav 'rg a maximum
rumber of rods 'n the retina is an adaptation that g'ves these arimals keen night
Concept 49.3 The senses of taste and smell are closely related in most animals >
Taste in Humans (pp. 10551056) Taste and smel both depend on the stimulation
of chemoreceptors by srnall, disolved molecules that bind to ğroteins on the ...
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