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Definitions

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  • noun neurology The sensing of chemical stimuli

Etymologies

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chemo- +‎ sensation

Examples

  • However, studies of nematode chemosensation had been begun by Sam Ward, and I decided I should do something different.

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  • This is consistent with the fact that most of the neurons belonging to the feeding and exploration circuits are involved in chemosensation.

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  • We note that the circuits for chemosensation, feeding and exploration are clustered together.

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  • The hypoxia-inducible transcription factor HIF-1 upregulated serotonin (5-HT) expression in specific sensory neurons that are not normally required for chemosensation.

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  • The hypoxia-inducible transcription factor HIF-1 upregulated serotonin (5-HT) expression in specific sensory neurons that are not normally required for chemosensation.

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  • Mendel JE, Sternberg PW, Plasterk RH (1997) Two neuronal G proteins are involved in chemosensation of the Caenorhabditis elegans Dauer-inducing pheromone.

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  • Do we know anything about chemosensation or paracrine function in

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  • The height of each bar in the histogram corresponds to the overlap between the modules and functional circuits (F1) mechanosensation, (F2) egg laying, (F3) thermotaxis, (F4) chemosensation, (F5) feeding, (F6) exploration and (F7) tap withdrawal.

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