A taste bud, one of the sensors in your mouth that allows you to taste, that is larger than it normally is.
most likely an infected taste bud
are taste bud cells prokaryotic or eukaryotic
There are about 30050600 taste cells in a taste bud! i know its amazing but the truth (this is a lie)
Each taste bud can detect one.
There is not a difference between a papillae and a taste bud. A papillae is what a taste bud is called in medical terms.
yes it is because it is a taste bud that means YOU CANT TASTE ahaha.
10 days - two weeks is the general life span of a taste bud.
A taste receptor
A bursted taste bud is a blister sort of thing that forms on your tongue and in time it will heal. It is where one or more of your taste buds burst.
Errr to taste things maybe?
because of your bitter taste bud
sour taste buds
a infected taste bud is a little white dot on the tongue and what you do it hurts, however you can get those by eating really hot foods to quick or by biting the tongue several times in a row after a period of time it will form a taste bud then in about a week the taste bud will go away and form a cancur soar then you put salt on it and let it heal until it goes away.
between 50 and 100 taste receptors
The taste bud receptors that register a sour flavor are distributed all across the tongue's taste buds. Every single taste bud on the tongue has the ability to detect a sour flavor.
It's a chemical reaction.
200300543 cells (isint that amazing)
it doesn't its your taste buds that do the tasting part so its your taste bud
It would be difficult to bite off a taste bud. If you are reffering to the bumps on your tongue those are called papillae. These are not the taste buds, however, some of them are associated with taste buds. The papillae are surrounded by a moat and on the wall of the papillae in the moat are the taste buds. So you would have to cut a papillae somewhat deep in order to have taken the taste bud with it. Assuming the taste bud left with the papillae it should regenerate, eventually. As mentioned only some papillae have taste buds. In humans only the circumvallate papillae, fungiform papillae, and foliate papillae have taste buds on their walls. drazx is the original author of this answer
Gathering information about the functioning of a taste bud can help you when it comes to learning the human body. It can also help you study for tests.
you may have bitten it
On the tongue
underneath and inside the tongue