chemoreceptive


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che·mo·re·cep·tive

(kē'mō-rē-sep'tiv),
Relating to chemoreception.

che·mo·re·cep·tive

(kē'mō-rĕ-sep'tiv)
Relating to chemoreception.
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They taper gradually to a curved, fluted, beak-like tip, where an apical pore with distinctive chemoreceptive features is present (Fig.
It is also believed that an action on the medullary chemoreceptive trigger zone may be involved in the antiemetic action of the drug" (Drug Information for the Health Care Provider, 1987).
Phenotypic, genetic and environmental correlations between chemoreceptive responses to prey in the garter snake, Thamnophis elegans.
Barth and Blickhan have shown that they have mechanoreceptive, chemoreceptive, and thermoreceptive functions [4].
THE SILICON OLFACTORY BULB: A NEUROMORPHIC APPROACH TO MOLECULAR SENSING WITH CHEMORECEPTIVE NEURON MOS TRANSISTORS (CNMOS) 103
Toxins have evolved as highly effective signal molecules for select consumer species possessing chemoreceptive ability.
glabratus to the Lauraceae of south Florida, and electroantennography will be explored to evaluate chemoreceptive response to candidate semiochemicals.
Starfish have well developed chemoreceptive and rheotactic capabilities (Sloan 1980) and it is likely that they were attracted by odors emanating from mussels damaged by the mussel dredges.
Chemical recognition would be mediated by contact chemoreceptive hair sensilla, which are typically present mainly on the distal parts of the legs and pedipalps (e.
Phenotypic, genetic, and environmental correlations between chemoreceptive responses to prey in the garter snake, Thamnophis elegans.
Structure of superficial chemoreceptive sensilla on the third antennal segment of Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae).