Taste and tactile recordings from the ramus recurrens facialis innervating flank taste buds in the catfish

@article{Davenport2004TasteAT,
  title={Taste and tactile recordings from the ramus recurrens facialis innervating flank taste buds in the catfish},
  author={Cynthia J. Davenport and J. R. Caprio},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={147},
  pages={217-229}
}
1. The ramus recurrens facialis (VII) innervating the flank of the channel catfish,Ictalurus punctatus, responded to both amino acid (Fig. 2–10; Table 1) and mechanical (Fig. 11) stimulation of the flank skin. 2. The integrated phasic gustatory responses generally increased exponentially with logarithmic increase in stimulus concentration over a wide concentration range with a tendency for saturation at concentrations ≧10−4.5 M (Fig. 6). 3. l-alanine andl-arginine HCl were the most stimulatory… CONTINUE READING
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