Bacterial Infections Disrupt Flies’ Sense of Smell
Bacterial Infections Disrupt Flies’ Sense of Smell
The temporary loss of olfaction stops the flies from eating any more of whatever it is that made them sick.
Bacterial Infections Disrupt Flies’ Sense of Smell
Bacterial Infections Disrupt Flies’ Sense of Smell

The temporary loss of olfaction stops the flies from eating any more of whatever it is that made them sick.

The temporary loss of olfaction stops the flies from eating any more of whatever it is that made them sick.

insect olfaction
Image of the Day: Moth Proboscis
Image of the Day: Moth Proboscis
The Scientist Staff, The Scientist Staff | Mar 5, 2018
The hawkmoth’s brain uses a different area to search for food than it does to look for where to lay eggs.  
Bug Off
Bug Off
Kerry Grens | Oct 3, 2013
Identification of a DEET-sensitive olfactory receptor leads to alternative, possibly better, repellants.
An Olfaction Odyssey
An Olfaction Odyssey
Megan Scudellari | Oct 1, 2013
Thanks to a book, a war, and a big green caterpillar, John Hildebrand found himself mapping the exquisite and surprising wiring of the insect olfactory system.
Speaking of Science
Speaking of Science
The Scientist Staff | Oct 1, 2013
October 2013's selection of notable quotes