giraffa rely more on chemosensory
or visual stimuli when pursuing spiders.
Evaluation of olfactory dysfunction in the Connecticut Chemosensory
Clinical Research Center.
Here, we showed significant cross-modal priming between these chemosensory
modalities for young and healthy older adults.
Maina et al., "Solitary chemosensory
cells producing interleukin-25 and group-2 innate lymphoid cells are enriched in chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps," International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology, vol.
Furthermore, the up-and-down movement of the pedipalps was exhibited most prominently at the junction of the Y-tube, suggesting a chemosensory
In contrast, competent larvae are mainly increasing the expression of genes with potential chemosensory
functions as well as neurotransmitter receptors that could be involved in the signal transduction cascade leading to metamorphosis (Table 3).
A possible synergism between a chemosensory
and mechanosensory activation of trigeminal sensors was suggested, but this is still under debate and requires validation .
It acts as a chemosensory
organ where VN sensory neurons detect chemical signals such as pheromones that evoke sexual behavior (Zufall et al., 2002; Keverne, 2004; Kimoto et al, 2005).
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Abalone rely on chemosensory
and tactile cues to detect feed (Allen et al.
Rather, it elongates and using chemosensory
clues, which remarkably involves being able to detect volatile organic chemicals emitted from suitable host plants, it grows in their direction.
This response is caused by ETS stimulation of nasal trigeminal chemosensory
nerves through the oxidant-sensitive transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 (TRPA1) channel (Andre et al.