Describes how sensory neurons on the tongue detect five types of tastes, and they can sense chemicals in your nose that allow you to detect smells.
How does the air inhaled through the nose get translated into smell? Follow the olfactory pathway to understand how.
A detailed video on how the organ of taste, the tongue, and the taste centers in the brain work together.
Learn about taste pores, receptor cells, and other sensory devices.
Reviews how sensory neurons on the tongue and in the nose detect tastes and smells.
Summarize the main idea of a reading, create visual aids, and come up with new questions using a Four Square Concept Matrix.
Seems when Lewis Carroll wrote "Through the Looking Glass", he drew on some personal experiences.