Although contact chemoreception
could not be completely ruled out, these findings further indicate that physicochemical properties of particles, and not an active behavioral response (i.e., chemoreception
of dissolved metabolites), mediate particle selection in bivalves.
The duration of breath-holding after deep inspiration is a function of several factors : chemoreception
, mechanoreception (receptors of light stretching), the impact of descending cortical respiratory drive, and a cognitive component, of which the first two are involuntary, but the most important components .
related to host selection and oviposition behaviour in the monarch butterfly Danaus plexippus.
alba and leaf-cutting ants, if chemoreception
is involved this relationship may go beyond a simple inquilinism.
Among the topics are the cardiovascular system, membranes and metabolism, oxygen sensing, intestinal transport, endocrine disruption, the physiology of social stress in fish, pain perception, chemoreception
, cardiac regeneration, and neuronal regeneration.
is undoubtedly the most important source of stimulus for nematodes (Jones 2002).
and mechanoreception in the gastropod mollusc Pleurobranchaea californica.
According to , recent theoretical models of chemoreception
postulate that there is a closer relationship between sweet taste receptors and those of bitter taste.
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Physiological, genetic and molecular mechanisms of chemoreception
, thermobiosis and anhydrobiosis in entomopathogenic nematodes.
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Also on tap is chemoreception
, the history of fragrance, fragrance in personal care, fragrance in household products, and fragrance safety and regulations.