Origin of olfactory bulb
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When molecules fly into our nose, they bind to the cilia, and the neurons send this information to the olfactory bulb, which interprets it, resulting in our sensation of the smell.
One day, he took a monk with a cleanly shaven head and had him walk around a light bulb to demonstrate this theory.
The trade in empty bottles should be as eyebrow-raising as the old Soviet dud-bulb biz.
His bright idea turned out to be the incandescent light bulb, which he invented in 1880.
Death waits for these things as a cement floor waits for a dropping light bulb.American Dreams: Saul Bellow’s Masterpiece of Lamentation|Nathaniel Rich|July 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 2007, the Bush administration signed a measure that would finally bring the light bulb into the 21st century.The Chicken Littles Are Wrong: Environmental Regulations Always Spur Innovation|Daniel Gross|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Bang went the fragile bulb, as it splintered into a thousand atoms, and the mercury shot in sparkling globules over the table.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
Should it fail, the fluid can generally be pumped out by alternate compression of the tube and the bulb.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Then the tip end was broken off, and the bulb being a vacuum, the colored water was drawn into it, and filled the globe.
When, with returning fair weather, the atmospheric pressure increases, the water can no longer bulge or drop out of the bulb.
In this chair is a charge of high explosive and above it a glass bulb containing sulphuric acid.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams