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perception

the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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Table 1: Canine Olfactory Perception Test (COPT) for diagnosing rabies in cattle No of Type of rabied Rabies animals Symptoms tested Dumb 3 State of stupor, salivation, bellowing standing, paralytic phase manifested by paralysis of throat and masseter muscles, not vicious and rarely attempted to bite.
Expression of SYP and GFAP in the VNOs indicate the sensory and nervous function of VNOs, while expression of S-100 indicates calcium transportation or demand via VN epithelium and glands, as well as expression of eNOS indicates production of nitric oxide in the VNO epithelium that is involved in olfactory perception. Overall, since camel and buffalo are ruminant species, there are unclear differences in expressions of neuronal and non-neuronal markers in both VNOs.
Based upon the results of our study, it seems that olfactory training may induce extensive reorganizational processes in more than just the olfactory areas, and thus olfactory training may strengthen higher cognitive function far beyond olfactory perception.
Measures of human olfactory perception during pregnancy.
The Threshold test (T-test) consists of 48 "sniffing sticks" with a 16-stage dilution series of n-butanol for determining the olfactory perception threshold of a patient.
No study has yet linked subjective visual vertical (SVV) perception with olfactory perception in patients with PD.
Gently weaving her way through early Christian descriptions of pleasing heavenly Odors and the stench of moral and physical decay, Harvey reveals for her reader the significant role that olfactory perception played in early Christians' understanding and construction of their world.