How Do We Smell Things?

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We smell things such as grass, foods, and alarming things like smoke. We smell things through out nose. Our nostrils sense smell that sends the signals to our brains.
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Well the most simplest answer is that we use our noses to smell. There are Oder receptacles that sends a signal to your brain then you brain registers the smell as good or bad.
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A flower's fragrance is made up of volatile chemicals produced in sacs in the flower. These chemicals evaporate in the air and produce scent. Each species of flower has its own scent
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Things smell because of the fact that there are tiny molecules that come of of everything and when these enter yournostrils you smell it.
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We aren't? Most of the time the smell of mine leaves me just as horrified as anyone else's. If I had to guess, I'd say that when we make our own, we expect it to be there, so it doesn't
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