Chemosensory



[kee-moh-sen-suh-ree, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊˈsɛn sə ri, ˌkɛm oʊ-/

adjective, Physiology.
1.
sensitive to chemical stimuli, as the nerve endings that mediate taste and smell.

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