Making Sense of SmellsA Guide for Understanding Farmstead OdorsPart 1: Physiology of SmellDouglas W. HamiltonWaste Managem...
Five Senses
Five SensesPhysicalChemical
Five SensesPhysicalChemicalTouchHearingSight
Five SensesPhysicalChemicalTouchHearingSightSmellTaste
Animal Sense of SmellVomeronasal OrganOlfactory OrganTrigeminal Nerve© Dr. Michael Meredithwww. neuro.fsu.edu
Human Sense of SmellVomeronasal OrganOlfactory OrganTrigeminal Nerve
The Human Nose andOlfactory Organwww.news.softpedia.com
www.emptynosesyndrome.orgNormal Breath
www.emptynosesyndrome.orgSniffingNormal Breath
www.news.softpedia.com
www.emptynosesyndrome.orgBreathing Out
Scentwww.emptynosesyndrome.org
ScentAromawww.emptynosesyndrome.org
Olfactory BulbJohn C. Leffingwell, Ph.D. www.leffingwell.com
Olfactory ReceptorsTim Jacobs www.cardiff.ac.uk/biosiTim Jacobs www.cardiff.ac.uk/biosi
Odor FatigueThe longer you smell an odor,the weaker the odor becomes.
Olfactory BulbJohn C. Leffingwell, Ph.D. www.leffingwell.com
Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
www.thebrainlabs.comThe Limbic System
Proust EffectAnonymousWikipedia Commons 21 Nov 2006
Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007
Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007Opthalmic
Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007OpthalmicMaxillary
Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007OpthalmicMaxillaryMandibular
Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal Nerve
Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMenthol
Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicin
Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicinAcetic Acid
Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicinAcetic AcidAmmonia
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Making Sense of Smells – Communicating Odors to Diverse Audiences - Physiology

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Smell is perhaps the least understood of our five senses. Yet, the human perception of odor may mean the difference between war and peace for a livestock farmer and his neighbors. Because the science of smells is complex, there is a tendency to run straight for the organic chemistry book when we try to describe farmstead odors. This approach goes right over the heads of most people. There must be a better way to communicate odors to diverse audiences. Come to this workshop and find out how.

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Making Sense of Smells – Communicating Odors to Diverse Audiences - Physiology

  1. 1. Making Sense of SmellsA Guide for Understanding Farmstead OdorsPart 1: Physiology of SmellDouglas W. HamiltonWaste Management SpecialistBiosystems and Agricultural Engineering
  2. 2. Five Senses
  3. 3. Five SensesPhysicalChemical
  4. 4. Five SensesPhysicalChemicalTouchHearingSight
  5. 5. Five SensesPhysicalChemicalTouchHearingSightSmellTaste
  6. 6. Animal Sense of SmellVomeronasal OrganOlfactory OrganTrigeminal Nerve© Dr. Michael Meredithwww. neuro.fsu.edu
  7. 7. Human Sense of SmellVomeronasal OrganOlfactory OrganTrigeminal Nerve
  8. 8. The Human Nose andOlfactory Organwww.news.softpedia.com
  9. 9. www.emptynosesyndrome.orgNormal Breath
  10. 10. www.emptynosesyndrome.orgSniffingNormal Breath
  11. 11. www.news.softpedia.com
  12. 12. www.emptynosesyndrome.orgBreathing Out
  13. 13. Scentwww.emptynosesyndrome.org
  14. 14. ScentAromawww.emptynosesyndrome.org
  15. 15. Olfactory BulbJohn C. Leffingwell, Ph.D. www.leffingwell.com
  16. 16. Olfactory ReceptorsTim Jacobs www.cardiff.ac.uk/biosiTim Jacobs www.cardiff.ac.uk/biosi
  17. 17. Odor FatigueThe longer you smell an odor,the weaker the odor becomes.
  18. 18. Olfactory BulbJohn C. Leffingwell, Ph.D. www.leffingwell.com
  19. 19. Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
  20. 20. Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
  21. 21. www.thebrainlabs.comThe Limbic System
  22. 22. Proust EffectAnonymousWikipedia Commons 21 Nov 2006
  23. 23. Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
  24. 24. Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
  25. 25. Patrick J. LynchWikipedia Commons 2 Nov 2007
  26. 26. Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007
  27. 27. Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007Opthalmic
  28. 28. Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007OpthalmicMaxillary
  29. 29. Grays Anatomy, 20 edWikipedia Commons 23 Jan 2007OpthalmicMaxillaryMandibular
  30. 30. Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal Nerve
  31. 31. Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMenthol
  32. 32. Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicin
  33. 33. Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicinAcetic Acid
  34. 34. Some Odorants Sensedthrough the Trigeminal NerveMentholCapsaicinAcetic AcidAmmonia

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