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2. Supertasters show?

  • Different genes for chemical receptors, and a different number of taste buds
  • The same genes for chemical receptors, but a different number of taste buds
  • Different genes for chemical receptors, but the same number of taste buds
  • The same genes for chemical receptors, and the same number of taste buds

3. What did Gelstein et al. find?

  • Men could not consciously tell tears from salt water, and showed no difference in ratings of attractiveness, sexual arousal, level of testosterone, and activity in substrates of sexual arousal
  • Men could not consciously tell tears from salt water, but rated women as less attractive, lower levels of sexual arousal, lower levels of testosterone, and reduced brain activity in substrates of sexual arousal
  • Men could consciously tell tears from salt water and rated women as less attractive, lower levels of sexual arousal, lower levels of testosterone, and reduced brain activity in substrates of sexual arousal

4. What is the role of turbinates?

  • To stop the flow of air to allow time for olfactory receptors to detect oderants
  • To break up the flow of air and force it against the olfactory epithelium
  • To force air into the lungs
  • To move mucus

5. What is it that causes the experience of chilli peppers as hot?

  • Receptors on the cell stimulated by physical heat are also stimulated by chilli heat
  • Know one knows why
  • Chilli peppers increase body temperature
  • Chilli peppers reduce the activity of receptors on the cell that are stimulated by cold

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