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Flower, why do you smell so nice?

Francesca Grazzini

Flower, why do you smell so nice?

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Published by Kane/Miller Book Publishers in Brooklyn, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flowers -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Flowers -- Odor -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Pollination by insects -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Flowers.,
  • Pollination.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Francesca Grazzini ; illustrated by Chiara Carrer ; translated by Talia Wise.
    SeriesI want to know
    ContributionsCarrer, Chiara, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK653 .G7313 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1019055M
    ISBN 100916291707
    LC Control Number96076734
    OCLC/WorldCa36701140


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book scented. To grow, plant them in fast-draining soil with plenty of Author: Lisa Hallett Taylor. Smell is chemistry, and the chemistry of old books gives Flower cherished tomes their scent. As a book ages, Flower chemical compounds used—the glue, the Author: Colin Schultz.

Aside from the smell, reading books has many benefits. Noticing scents isn’t just a way of Flower out where you are—it’s also a way to reach long-forgotten : Marissa Laliberte. Lilacs: A flower often associated with spring, lilacs are one particular species that produces a pretty intense smell, but it is a sweet one at that.

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Actually, the reasons why flowers smell good tracks back to good old-fashioned plant biology. Just as with all forms of life, flowers and plants have a process that allows them to reproduce. In the case of flowers, they produce seeds that allow for more flowering plants to be produced over g: book.

Old books have a sweet smell with notes of vanilla flowers and almonds, caused by the breakdown of chemical compounds in the paper, while new books smell like they do because of chemicals used in their manufacture.

One British chemistry teacher has created an infographic to explain the scent of antique and new books. So we get why flowers have odors. What I don’t get is why my appreciation of certain odors is so similar to that of an insect.

Why do both of us slow down to smell a rose. Apparently the odors of some flowers mimic the breeding attractant pheromones of certain insects and that’s why the bugs have such a hard time g: book.

Flowers don’t always smell nice to us. Some flowers really stink in our opinion — but they smell attractive to the insects that are lured by that kind of smell (such as flies). Flowers are adapted (by scent or color or UV markings) to attract their pollinators.

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A look at how human body odor influences sexual attraction. By F. Bryant Furlow, published March 1, - last reviewed on June 9, “A dead body, specifically a human corpse has a rank and pungent smell mixed with a tinge of sickening sweetness.

Imagine a rotting piece of meat with a couple drops of cheap perfume and you’re halfway to understanding what a human corpse smells like.” 3. It smells like there are a million dead and rotting rats around g: Flower.

An odor or odour is a volatile chemical compound that humans and other animals perceive via the sense of smell or olfaction. Odors are also known as aromas or fragrances and (if they are unpleasant) as reeks, stenches, and stinks.

The type of molecule that produces an odor is called an aroma compound or an odorant. These compounds are small, with molecular weights less than Daltons, and Missing: book. A reader asks: “I've noticed that after flowers have been picked, they start smelling a long time I thought roses at the store smelled horrible.

Then I noticed that the lilacs I pick will start smelling the same way a couple of days after I pick them. The thing is, not all flowers offer a scent.

If you are gardening just for the smell of it, here are my top ten wonderfully fragrant flowers. Fragrant Flowers to Delight Your Senses. I love to watch other plant-lovers interacting with plants. They see a beautiful flower, and pick up their step to get a closer look.

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And that the clothes also smell the same. With the help of science, we got to the root of why Author: Jolie Kerr. Introduction. Even as new technologies allow manufacturers to create numerous product types that deliver the benefits of cannabis, traditional flower smoking remains the most common and preferred method of consumption around the world.

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With people (and insects) flocking to the newest corpse flower bloom, we take a look at why this plant is so smelly. 2 Minute Read PUBLISHED Septem   Hyperosmia is a heightened and hypersensitive sense of smell that has been associated with a number of medical conditions.

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