Yes, our sense of smell and our sense of taste work together. This very popular information is also extremely scientific… The main reason for this collaboration is some mechanical factors. When we chew a food, we also move our nasal cavity, forcing us to feel the odor molecules emanating from the food. Professor at the Colorado-Denver School of Medicine. Tom Finger says that when we eat any food by holding our nose, we cannot fully taste it. In particular, it is not possible to distinguish complex flavors. What are Pheromones? A pheromone is the general name of some special chemicals secreted outside the body for the detection of individuals of a species, usually the same species. Although there are relatively few studies on this subject on vertebrates and plants, insect pheromones are well known. There are many different types of pheromones: Accumulation pheromones, alarm pheromones, descriptive pheromones, emitter pheromones, signal pheromones, primary pheromones, regional pheromones, trace pheromones, information pheromones, sex pheromones, Nasonov pheromones, Noble pheromones, calming pheromones, to name a few. Pheromones are usually detected directly by the sense of smell. In the nose, they are perceived by the Jacobson Organ. For example, it is thought that pheromones are the reason for an individual’s lack of sexual desire for his mother, and incest tendencies are observed when there is a problem in the secretion of these pheromones. However, this is still not a well-known fact and research continues.