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Unformatted text preview: with our other senses? The neurons involved with smell constantly replace themselves. No other nerves in the body can do that. They replace themselves after about a month or so. Also, they are the only neurons out in the open, only covered by a layer of mucus. 4. If you had to choose one of your senses to live without, what would it be and why? I would get rid of my ability to smell. I love smells, but it is the least important to me. All the other senses seem more valuable than smell I would rather be able to taste something than smell it....
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- Fall '06