Olfactory cells in the nasal passage. These hairlike appendages are kept moist by glands beneath the surface.  SEM X8970. : Stock Photo
Olfactory cells in the nasal passage. These hairlike appendages are kept moist by glands beneath the surface.  SEM X8970. : Stock Photo
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Olfactory cells in the nasal passage. These hairlike appendages are kept moist by glands beneath the surface. SEM X8970.

Air molecules dissolve in the liquid and bind to specific receptors which generate the electrical impulse which is carried by the olfactory nerve to the brain.
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