taste deficiency

taste de·fi·cien·cy

[MIM*171200]
reduced or absent ability to detect a bitter taste in a group of compounds of which phenylthiocarbamide is the prototype, due to the homozygous state of a common allele.
See also: phenylthiourea.

taste de·fi·cien·cy

(tāst dĕ-fishĕn-sē) [MIM*171200]
Reduced or absent ability to detect a bitter taste in a group of compounds of which phenylthiocarbamide is prototype, due to homozygous state of common allele.