Lots of tiny hair-like sensors reside in the upper nasal cavity. The smell receptors lie in a smell epithelium membrane along with mucus producing glands. The smell receptors pass through bone and connect to nerve cells which transfer smell information to the brain. The Way We Work by David Macaulay is full of detailed explanations of the human body.
We baked the dish for 40 minutes at 375 degrees F and then ate it as part of our dinner. The kids giggled so much when they explained what we were eating to dad.
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