Far below previously reported levels

The study revealed that dogs can learn to identify concentrations of eucalyptus hydrolate that are clearly below the detection threshold of sophisticated analytical instruments used today. The concentrations were also far below previously reported levels.

— Read more in Scent detection dogs discern odor molecules better than previously thought at Phys.org.


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