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o·dor

(ō'dŏr),
Volatile emanation from any substance that stimulates the olfactory receptor cells.
Synonym(s): scent
[L.]
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scent

The smell of a thing or person. See Pseudoscent.
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As well as some of their greatest songs like All Apologies and Scentless Apprentice, it features 70 tracks including unreleased recordings, B-sides and live material.
Standard opponents were marked with a yellow, scentless, and nontoxic paint [31].
The minimal test for self-awareness is the mirror test: mark a creature with a scentless dot somewhere on its body where it can be seen in its mirror reflection and see if it reacts, perhaps by trying to rub the dot off with a paw, claw, or trunk, or posing to get a better look at the oddity.
tenorioi are scentless, the throat is bright green to lemon yellow, and in herbarium specimens they are dull yellow to pale brown.
Half the world's bluebells can be found in the UK, but the flower is under threat from hybridising with the scentless, non-native Spanish bluebell which is often planted in gardens.
We marked the endocarps of all seeds used in the experiment using scentless paint, which enabled us to determine how many seeds were removed from the treatments or how many seeds germinated by observing remains from marked endocarps.
UK bluebells are currently at risk of disappearing as a result of hybridizing with the scentless non-native Spanish bluebell which were often planted in gardens.
She knew she would die like an early, colourless, scentless flower that the end of the winter puts forth mercilessly" (53).
To make sure subjects weren't swayed by flirting or unnatural scents, researchers instructed the woman to wear the same modest clothes, taught her how to have neutral interactions with all the men, asked her to use scentless hygiene products and requested she ditch perfumes and deodorants during the experiment.