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Taste responses of pygmy goats and cattle

Michael John Mehren

Taste responses of pygmy goats and cattle

by Michael John Mehren

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taste.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael John Mehren.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[16], 100 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14242379M

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This study involved the use of the two-choice preference test to determine the taste responses of eight, each, of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to ascending concentrations of sucrose (Suc) and sodium chloride (NaCl). In addition, sheep and cattle were tested at and % molasses by: We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.

Taste Responses in Ruminants. Reactions of Pygmy Goats, Normal Goats, Sheep and Cattle to Acetic Acid and Quinine HydrochlorideCited by: This study involved the use of the two-choice preference test to determine the taste responses of eight, each, of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to ascending concentrations of sucrose (Suc), sodium chloride (NaC1), acetic acid (HAc) and quinine hydrochloride Cited by: 1.

Taste responses in ruminants. Reactions of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to acetic acid and quinine hydrochloride. Goatcher WD, Church by: TASTE RESPONSES IN RUMINANTS. REACTIONS OF PYGMY GOATS, NORMAL GOATS, SHEEP AND CATTLE TO ACETIC ACID AND QUININE HYDROCHLORIDE 1 W.

GOATCHER AND D. CHURCH Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, Corvallis 2 B EHAVIORAL taste thresholds are often used to compare gustatory chemorecep- tion among.

Abstract. Graduation date: This study involved the use of the two-choice preference test\ud to determine the taste responses of eight, each, of pygmy goats,\ud normal goats, sheep and cattle to ascending concentrations of sucrose\ud (Suc), sodium chloride (NaC1), acetic acid (HAc) and quinine\ud hydrochloride (QHCI).

Taste responses of pygmy. goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to ascending concentrations of sucrose. 33 Taste responses of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep andcattle to ascending concentrations of sodium chloride, 38 Taste responses of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to ascending concentrations of acetic acid.

In spite of this, to our knowledge, there are only 5 studies of taste nerve activity in cattle and they all are multifiber recordings. One showed actual multifiber responses to NaCl, sucrose, acetic acid, and quinine hydrochloride (QHCl) recorded as impulses from the chorda tympani (CT) nerve (Bell ).Cited by: 7.

Porcellus) guinea pigs to stimuli representing the taste qualities sweet, salty, sour and bitter were monitored in two bottle choice tests.

Wild cavies showed statistically significant preferences for– M NaCl and– M sodium saccharin and Cited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

The bitter rejection response consists of a suite of withdrawal reflexes and negative affective responses. It is generally assumed to have evolved as a way to facilitate avoidance of foods that are poisonous because they usually taste bitter to by: Pygmy goats have smaller teats and smaller udders.

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Journal of Animal Scie – Goatcher, WD and Church, DC b. Taste responses in ruminants. III. Reactions of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to sucrose and sodium chloride. Pig Responses to Taste Stimuli. Taste responses in ruminants. Reactions of pygmy goats, normal goats, sheep and cattle to acetic acid and.

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