gustative

(redirected from gustatory)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: savory
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
ricini larvae respond to gustatory, mechanical, and olfactory stimuli (Barsagade et al.
The positive result observed with use of blend was probably due to the presence of both free amino acids and nucleotides contained in the yeast extract, which, in combination with pyrophosphate, promoted a greater response of the gustatory receptors T1R1/T1R3.
It seems evident that the effect is due to stimulation of the gustatory and olfactory receptors.
01), but no significant differences in sex were observed in gustatory, olfactory and organic imagery.
Fine examples of vegetables that reach gustatory perfection early in their growth are zucchini and other summer squashes.
different by their gustatory quality, but all of them form a single industrial culture.
Chocolate is a particular case in point: its gustatory qualities are absolutely vital to its success, making the taste challenge considerable.
The bioengineered submandibular gland produced saliva in response to the administration of pilocarpine and gustatory stimulation by citrate, protected against oral bacterial infection and restored normal swallowing in a salivary gland defect mouse model.
Stevia has unique therapeutic and gustatory characteristics, is able to restore the disturbed metabolic processes in the body and to increase the energy level.
Gustatory experiences can influence our everyday expression in a metaphorical way.
The newly discovered sensor belongs to a family of proteins, called gustatory receptors, that have been studied for over a decade but never linked to thermosensation, Garrity says.
This article will explore three cognitive areas that empirically show changes during pregnancy: memory, olfactory (smell) and gustatory (taste) perception.