11A10.11 - Nose

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  • Jill Provost, "A Day in the Life of Your Nose", Reader's Digest, August 2013, p. 20 - 24.
  • Pat Murphy, Ellen Macaulay, and the staff of the Exploratorium, "Your Nose & Tongue", Exploratopia, p. 33 - 38.
  • "Nose & Ears", Uncle John's Bathroom Reader, p. 48.
  • Vicki Cobb and Kathy Darling, "A Tasteless Trick", Bet You Can!, p. 23.
  • Curt Suplee, "Taste and Smell", Everyday Science Explained, National Geographic, p. 254 - 255.
  • Janice VanCleave, "65. Fooling Your Tongue", Janice VanCleave's 201 Awesome, Magical, Bizarre, & Incredible Experiments, p. 36.
  • Don Herbert and Hy Ruchlis, "Your Senses", Mr. Wizard's 400 Experiments in Science, p. 9 - 12.
  • "Sense and Non-Sense with Your Five Senses", Science Experimenter Magazine, p. 60 - 62.
  • Jane Bingham, "Surprising Senses", The Usborne Book of Science Experiments, p. 12 - 13.
  • UNESCO, "B. Your Senses", 700 Science Experiments for Everyone, p. 207 - 209.
  • Sara Stein, "Tasty Smelly - Smell Receptors", The Science Book, p. 216.

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