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What are the organelles in taste bud cells?

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They are referred to as gustatory organs and are in the papillae of the tongue.

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There are about 30050600 taste cells in a taste bud! i know its amazing but the truth (this is a lie)

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gustatorx receptor cell is a part of the taste bud,which recepts the taste.

Taste buds consist of both gustatory (taste) cells and basal cells. They are located deep between circumvallate papilla

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The sense of taste is mediated by taste receptor cellswhich are bundled in clusters called taste buds.Taste receptor cells sample oral concentrations of a large number of small molecules and report a sensation of taste to centers in the brainstem.Taste buds are composed of groups of between 50 and 150 columnar taste receptor cells bundled together like a cluster of bananas. The taste receptor cells within a bud are arranged such that their tips form a small taste pore, and through this pore extend microvilli from the taste cells. The microvilli of the taste cells bear taste receptors. Interwoven among the taste cells in a taste bud is a network of dendrites of sensory nerves called "taste nerves". When taste cells are stimulated by binding of chemicals to their receptors, they depolarize and this depolarization is transmitted to the taste nerve fibers resulting in an action potential that is ultimately transmitted to the brain.

no not all organelles have cells but cells can be in organelles

A taste bud, one of the sensors in your mouth that allows you to taste, that is larger than it normally is.

Cells have organelles; organelles don't have cells. Or, to put it a different way, organelles are to cell as your organs are to you.

Yes, cells have organelles. The organelles are like the organs of the cell.

All cells have organelles.

Nerve cells do have organelles

Eukaryotic cells have organelles.

Each taste bud can detect one.

No, there are organelles found in plant cells and not in animal cells. But there are no organelles in animal cells that plant cells don't have.

Animal cells use organelles (so do plant cells). Cells with organelles are called "eukaryotic" which means these are cells that have a nucleus (which is one of the organelles).

Organelles are found in the cytoplasm of cells.

Yes, sperm cells do have organelles.

Prokaryotic cells are cells that do not have organelles with membranes around them.

This question was originally which cells do NOT have organelles, it must have been edited, to clarify, only EUKARYOTIC cells have organelles, prokaryotic cells don't, Another answerer said all cells have organelles, this was a farse.

There is not a difference between a papillae and a taste bud. A papillae is what a taste bud is called in medical terms.

Plant cells have certain specialized organelles that animal cells do not need. These organelles are the cell wall and chloroplasts.

The life span of a taste bud is ten days.(lives until 10 days)

10 days - two weeks is the general life span of a taste bud.

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