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chemical stimulus

A chemical (liquid, gaseous, or solid) that is capable of evoking a response.
See also: stimulus
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Two-way repeated measures ANOVA showed no interaction between the two repeated factors, ablation and chemical stimulus, on flicking response; and this was seen in all tested compounds: food ([F.sub.[1.20]] = 0.0043, P = 0.9479; Fig.
This is related to a chemical stimulus in the form of citric acid and vitamin C in papaya as well as chewing movements papaya.
PPI network analysis also showed that the genes in module 2 were closely related to cell cycle and genes in module 1 were significantly enriched in sensory perception of chemical stimulus. It is reported that PHY906 reduces chemotherapy-induced gastrointestinal toxicity in colon cancer treatment [4].
Capsaicin is the burning ingredient in chili peppers and a potent chemical stimulus for cough.
To overcome these limitations, we developed an improved method of chemical stimulus delivery called the mineral oil flood technique, which uses non-polar mineral oil as a medium for delivering polar, liquid stimulants to an individual sensillum.
He envisages uses in document and product security, advertising, packaging and as sensors, in that a given chemical stimulus could change the refractive index of an overlay dielectric coating.
When certain cell-surface receptors bind a chemical stimulus, such as an opiate or a hormone, they interact with so-called G proteins.
The 16[degrees]C and 20[degrees]C worms showed positive net movement trends upstream toward the chemical stimulus during the stimulus on phase of the cycle.
The chemical stimulus in the new "McPhail" trap is derived from three chemicals that have been isolated from food baits: ammonia, putrescine and trimethylamine.

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