Our olfactory systems have long regarded pungency as not just innocuous but in fact pleasing.
olfactory art, Burr admits, has been “completely and aggressively and successfully colonized by commercial interests.”
And then there are all the “olfactory landmarks” that live with us day to day, in laundry soaps and baby powder and new cars.
Gegenbaur's evertebral part—the region of the olfactory and optic nerves—which cannot be referred to any metameric segmentation.
A strong odour of tobacco was wafted to his olfactory sense.
But in the higher apes and in man the olfactory portion of the pallium is but a small fraction of the pallium as a whole.
I do not know, although I assert that they are not olfactory organs.
The olfactory organ of Myxinoids has a very curious skeleton.
Their olfactory passage, like that of the Palostraca, must have been ventral.
The olfactory orifices are similarly situated, and of similar shape; they are dark coloured.
olfactory ol·fac·to·ry (ŏl-fāk'tə-rē, -trē, ōl-)
Of, relating to, or contributing to the sense of smell.
A descriptive term for the sense of smell.