In a paper published in the (https://academic.oup.com/chemse/advance-article/doi/10.1093/chemse/bjz019/5470701?searchresult=1) Journal of Chemical Sense
, Ozdener and his colleagues from the (http://www.monell.org/) Monell Center reported that human taste cells contain many key molecules recognized to be found in the olfactory receptors of the nose.
That's why some brands choose to go au naturele - in a chemical sense
Researchers from the Monell Chemical Sense
Center in Philadelphia and from Tokyo University of Agriculture have used a novel molecular method to identify chemical compounds from common foods that activate human bitter taste receptors.
You have examined how soils form, how they are classified, how they are constructed, how they behave in a physical and chemical sense
, how they provide an environment for living organisms and the biochemical activities those organisms perform, how soils are managed for agricultural purposes and other activities, and finally how soils are evaluated and treated as a natural resource.
A third chemosensory mechanism, called the common chemical sense
, contributes to our senses of smell and taste.
Sowing vegetables is easy really, so long as you remember each plant "knows" its neighbour is there in a chemical sense
. It tends to slow down growth as soon as it recognises the chemicals emitted from one near it.
"While many aspects of other chemical senses
like taste and smell have been independently invented multiple times over the course of animal evolution, the chemical sense
that detects these reactive compounds is different," said study author Paul Garrity, a biologist at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.
It "does the same thing, in a chemical sense
, as the protein enzymes.