sour taste

sour taste

a taste quality produced by hydrochloric acid and other acids.
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[USA], Mar 6 (ANI): A team of researchers has now identified the genes responsible for the hallmark sour taste of many citrus fruits.
The Darlington-born shot stopper said: "I was delighted to start, but the game itself left a sour taste.
The PR expert, who was in charge of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan's re-election bid, got his sour taste of politics.
What has really left a sour taste in the mouth of those supporters is the attack on the City team bus ahead of the first leg.
january business left sour taste NEWCASTLE United will send West Bromwich Albion into the Championship if they take all three points on Saturday at St James' Park.
Fans travelling from South Wales were left furious with the announcement, and Warnock has said the decision to call the game off has left a "sour taste".
I used their concoction of vinegar, garlic and thai hot peppers that was at the table to give the dish a bit more of a kick and a sour taste that I love.
Now, research into sour taste has identified the otopetrin family of genes as encoding proton-conducting ion channels.
Trulicity accounts for 40% of Lilly's sales growth from 2016-2021 based on current expectations, Divan tells investors in a research note partially titled "Diabetes Challenges Leave Sour Taste in Our Mouth"
The pasty-faced minister's indigestion, I hear, over criticism of his half-baked decision is how the cookie crumbles when Tory anti-union malice leaves a sour taste.
but it's distasteful when he received some "ak after the World Cup and it still leaves a sour taste for me.
Astringency positively correlated with malic acid, total acids and sour taste. Some aromatic flavors, namely blueberry, strawberry and sweet aromatic flavors, negatively correlated with quinic acid.