Margaret Holladay

  • Margaret Holladay
  • Published 2013


In this experiment the sensitivity to different tastes on two different areas of the tongue were compared. It was hypothesized that the tip of the tongue would have a greater sensitivity to the taste of sweet than to the other tastes of salty, sour, or bitter, while the center of the tongue would be incapable or limited to sensing any of the four tastes… (More)