This fragment presents Anaxagoras' ideas in a succinct poetic form. Clearly he is concerned with sensation, and he selects just a few of them for special attention. In general, we call sensations that are given extra consideration like this Anaxagorean sensations. The passage suggests several narrative conventions for a descriptive method that seems to be deeply woven into western thought and science. Explicitly examining these conventions gives us a deeper understanding of physics.
To do: Aristotelian and doxographic versions of Anaxagoras' philosophy designate the fundamental components in his system as homoiomereses (ὀμοιομερῆ). They cite examples such as flesh, marrow and bone. The binary aspect of description seems to have been lost, or glossed over. So it might be fun to hunt for some correspondence between Aristotle's homoiomereses and composite particles where opposite seeds are combined.