Mammal brains identify type of scent faster than once thought

It takes less than one-tenth of a second -- a fraction of the time previously thought -- for the sense of smell to distinguish between one odor and another, new experiments in mice show.

Mammal brains identify type of scent faster than once thought

It takes less than one-tenth of a second—a fraction of the time previously thought—for the sense of smell to distinguish between one odor and another, new experiments in mice show.

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Phys.org

Quick! What's That Smell? Mammal Brains Identify Type of Scent Faster Than Once Thought

It takes less than one-tenth of a second -- a fraction of the time previously thought -- for the sense of smell to distinguish between one odor and another, new experiments in mice show.

Tue 14 Nov 17 from Newswise

Quick! What's that smell? Mammal brains identify type of scent faster than once thought, Tue 14 Nov 17 from Eurekalert

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