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At a restaurant, you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you. Your date thinks it tastes just fine. you may have: A) a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty, whereas your date has an elevated for sweet and sour.
B) a large concentration of taste buds in the center of your tongue C) suffered damage to your papillae
D) more taste buds than your date.

  • psychology -

    What do you think the best answer is?

  • p -

    i think that the best answer could be B

  • p -

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/09/060918165721.htm

  • p -

    so could be A than

  • p -

    Right.

  • p -

    other question

    Genenrally, inability to taste food is traceable to impairment of the sense of: A) smell B) sight C)Sound D) touch

  • p -

    And your answer?

  • Psychology -

    A) smell

  • p -

    "Smell" is definitely the correct answer.

  • p -

    I'm guessing D... because my book starts talking about how not everyone likes broccoli then talks about how supertasters have more taste buds than other people and certain papillae on their tongues are smaller

  • p -

    A was wrong

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