The odor of taste solutions

@inproceedings{Miller1966TheOO,
  title={The odor of taste solutions},
  author={Sylvia D. Miller and Robert P. Erickson},
  year={1966}
}
Abstract Animals run in taste discrimination or preference studies commonly have an intact olfactory sense. It is shown here that rats can smell chloride salts at concentrations near the taste threshold. From this, it seems advisable that animals used in taste experiments be deprived of the olfactory sense. 

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