Some student nurses are at a party. Because they love anatomy and physiology so much, they are discussing adaptation of the special senses. They make the following observations: a. When

Some student nurses are at a party. Because they love anatomy and physiology so much, they are discussing adaptation of the special senses. They make the following observations: a. When entering a room, people easily notice an odor, such as brewing coffee. A few minutes later, the odor might be barely detectable, if at all, no matter how hard they try to smell it. b. When entering a room, people can detect the sound of a ticking clock. Later the sound is not noticed until people make a conscious effort to hear it. Then the ticking is easy to hear. Explain the basis for each of these observations

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