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anosmic

 [an-oz´mik]
1. having no sense of smell.
2. odorless.

an·os·mic

(an-oz'mik),
Relating to anosmia.

an·os·mic

(an-oz'mik)
Relating to anosmia.

anosmia

(a-noz'me-a) [ ¹an- + Gr. osme, stench]
Absence or loss of the sense of smell. anosmic (mik), adjectiveanosmous (mus), adjective Synonym: anodmia; anosphrasia
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For those rare subjects with an absent sense of smell (anosmics), odor cueing is not a problem (and in fact, anosmics are sought out by sensory scientists for just this reason).
Further support for the odor hypothesis was furnished by Seago, Ludvigson, and Remley (1970), who showed that rats rendered surgically anosmic by removing the olfactory bulbs were incapable of learning this pattern of instrumental behavior, regardless of the trial-administration procedure employed.
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