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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.

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The bumps on your tongue are called taste buds. Taste buds are what taste your food.



The taste buds on your tongue has nerve receptors which transmits the taste to the brain where it is decides what the food you ate tastes like.


They are taste buds, so you can taste all the goodness in your food


your taste buds on your tongue where did your saliva go?


Your taste buds taste it and your tongue helps swallow it. Your tongue also moves the food around in your mouth, by the way.


Taste is one of the five senses, it uses sensory impressions of food or other substances on the tongue. The taste buds on the tongue help the person taste the food.


There are different taste buds in our tongue. There is sweet at the front, salty at the middle, and bitter and sour all way further to the end of your tongue. So when we eat certain types of food, such as cucumber, which is sweet in our tongue, our other taste buds do not function yet but our sweet taste bud does.


Your tongue and the roof of your mouth are covered with thousands of tiny taste buds. When you eat something, the saliva in your mouth helps break down your food. This causes the receptor cells located in your tastes buds to send messages through sensory nerves to your brain. Your brain then tells you what flavors you are tasting. Taste buds probably play the most important part in helping you enjoy the many flavors of food. Your taste buds can recognize four basic kinds of tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. The salty/sweet taste buds are located near the front of your tongue; the sour taste buds line the sides of your tongue; and the bitter taste buds are found at the very back of your tongue.


The taste buds on the tongue and the sensory organs in the olfactory bulb.


Taste buds probably play the most important part in helping you enjoy the many flavors of food. Your taste buds can recognize four basic kinds of tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. The salty/sweet taste buds are located near the front of your tongue; the sour taste buds line the sides of your tongue; and the bitter taste buds are found at the very back of your tongue.


The tongue is the organ of taste, and helps in chewing and swallowing.toungue or taste buds maybe ?


A tongue is a thing in your mouth that has taste buds that taste your food to taste if its bad or good your tongue is also the strongest muscle in your body but if you make your arms big then your arms will be bigger and stronger than your wimpy little tongue


test buds? lol Taste buds are seen behind your tongue because these taste buds send taste to your brain as a smell, so when you hold your nose and eat something gross like you wont taste it (which i dont know why some people think that works) your actually doing nothing besides not breathing. the smell of the taste is really a taste from your tongue confusing your brain into forming that into a smell also to make food taste very good.


The taste buds are found on the top portion of the tongue so that you can know how the food that your eating tastes. Also, your taste buds tell you if something is too hot or too cold while entering your mouth.


In short, to provide friction for food handling and contains taste buds.


Your tongue is covered with thousands of tiny taste buds. When you eat something, the saliva in your mouth helps break down your food. This causes the receptor cells located in your tastes buds to send messages through sensory nerves to your brain. Your brain then tells you what flavors you are tasting.Your taste buds can recognize four basic kinds of tastes: sweet, salty, sour, and bitter. The salty/sweet taste buds are located near the front of your tongue; the sour taste buds line the sides of your tongue; and the bitter taste buds are found at the very back of your tongue.Everyone's tastes are different. In fact, your tastes will change as you get older. When you were a baby, you had taste buds, not only on your tongue, but on the sides and roof of your mouth. This means you were very sensitive to different foods. As you grew, the taste buds began to disappear from the sides and roof of your mouth, leaving taste buds mostly on your tongue. As you get older, your taste buds will become even less sensitive, so you will be more likely to eat foods that you thought were too strong as a child.


it is a pink color and has a whole lot of taste buds all over it. the tongue is where you get the taste of food and etc. you couldn't talk without your tongue either. It helps you pronounce things.


No, taste buds do not digest food, your stomach acids do.


we taste them by licking nd chewing the food so are taste buds process what we are eating.


taste uses the taste buds on your tongue to identy the enzymes in the food and what flavor it is. Smell uses the oder of the food or object.


taste buds. This makes more surface area to react with food tastes


Taste is the sensation and flavor of food or drink in the mouth. Taste buds are located on the tongue and can detect sweet, sour, salty, bitter and savory.


You do not use your mouth to taste. You use your tongue to taste. there are these things called taste buds that are on your tongue that allow you to taste food. The tip of your tongue tastes sweet things. The middle part tastes sour things, and the back part tastes bitter things.


The red spots on your tongue are taste buds. Any white parts are from food or dead cells.



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