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gus·ta·to·ry

(gŭs'tă-tō'rē),
Relating to gustation, or taste.

gustatory

(gŭs′tə-tôr′ē) also

gustative

(-tə-tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to the sense of taste.

gus′ta·to′ri·ly adv.

gustatory

[gus′tətôr′ē]
Etymology: L, gustare, to taste
pertaining to the act or sense of taste or the organs of taste.

gus·ta·to·ry

(gŭs'tă-tōr-ē)
Relating to gustation, or taste.

gustatory

Pertaining to the sense of taste.
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Olfactory and gustatory sensilla also occurred on mole cricket antennae, but the palps had predominately gustatory sensilla.
It seems evident that the effect is due to stimulation of the gustatory and olfactory receptors.
Fine examples of vegetables that reach gustatory perfection early in their growth are zucchini and other summer squashes.
Overall, these behavioral and electrophysiological studies demonstrate that age-related changes in taste preference and sensitivity are independent of the peripheral gustatory system.
Each new composition elegantly embodies the seaside charm of the French region and its gustatory treasures.
Our evolved gustatory preferences are an adaptation to that.
Open since August 2011, our gustatory cognoscenti would delight in it as for once, the products here really do taste the same as at source on the farm in Al Ghat.
After obtaining a BSc in Experimental Psychology in 1976, he also gained an MSc in Neurophysiology in 1981 and a PhD from London Guildhall University on 'the gustatory system of cypinoid fish'in 1987.
Present at the company stand will be French chef Marc Meurin, who will exploit the gustatory, nutritional and technological properties of NUTRALYS pea protein, NUTRIOSE cereal fibre and SweetPearl sugar substitute in recreations of sweet and savoury recipes from his menus.
Regulators at the Federal Trade Commission, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Food and Drug Administration, and Department of Agriculture convened an Interagency Working Group on Food Marketed to Children, proposing measures that would deny consumers the freedom to access fattening foods and would deny producers of those foods the freedom to advertise their gustatory benefits.
Expertly organized and presented by the town's Pilgrimage Garden Club, the four days of educational presentations, home tours, and festivities offer riches to feed every sense: the gustatory, the intellectual, the visual.