electro-olfactogram

electro-olfactogram

 (EOG) [e-lek″tro-ol-fak´to-gram]
a recording of changes in electric potential detected by an electrode placed on the surface of the olfactory mucosa as the mucosa is subjected to an odorous stimulus.

electro-olfactogram

/elec·tro-ol·fac·to·gram/ (-ol-fak´to-gram) a recording of electrical potential changes detected by an electrode placed on the surface of the olfactory mucosa as the mucosa is subjected to an odorous stimulus. Abbreviated EOG.
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The electro-olfactogram (EOG) experiment was conducted 10-22 June 1999.
A device called an electro-olfactogram, which measures electric impulses generated within cells, enabled the researchers to determine whether the cells recognized any of 65 sprayed odorants.

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