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terrestrial an'rra s, taste is the detection of cherncals that are present in a solution,
and smell is the detectior of clrernicals that are carried througlr the air. There is
no distirction between taste and smell in aquatic animals. Tlre taste receptors of ...
Taste in Humans The receptor cells for taste in humans are modified epithelial
cells organized into taste buds, which are scattered in several areas of the
tongue and mouth, as shown in Figure 49.14 on the next page. Vost taste buds
on the ...
Concept 49.3 The senses of taste and smell are closely related in most animals >
Taste in Humans (pp. 10551056) Taste and smel both depend on the stimulation
of chemoreceptors by srnall, disolved molecules that bind to ğroteins on the ...
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