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Introduces the roles of sensory neurons in taste and smell.

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    Extension - Taste and Smell

    Extension - Taste and Smell

    by Judi Micholic //basic
    Describes how sensory neurons on the tongue detect five types of tastes, and they can sense chemicals in your nose that allow you to detect smells.
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