flower fragrance question

Janice M. Glime jmglime at MTU.EDU
Tue Oct 21 13:40:50 EST 1997


This is an example of habituation, just as we fail to notice a gas smell
when we are in the room with it, but the person just entering the room
will notice it immediately.
 > 
> A fragrance in a flower may appear to disappear, when one sniffs the flower for
>  a long time.  This is because you get overwhelmed by the aroma and cannot
>  smell the fragrance as intense as the first time out..Hope this helps the
>  argument...
> Thanks Remals at aol.com
> 




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