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|23:58, 25 September 2012||Taste map.png (file)||434 KB||The outdated concept of a 'tongue map' which suggests different taste qualities are region specific on the surface of the tongue||1|
|03:45, 19 September 2012||Tongue map.jpg (file)||61 KB||==Tongue map== A common misconception regarding the distribution of taste detection||1|
|03:07, 19 September 2012||Primary gustatory cortex.png (file)||238 KB||==Primary gustatory cortex== Diagram showing the insular cortex and approximate location of the primary gustatory area||1|
|01:12, 19 September 2012||Taste qualities.gif (file)||82 KB||==Taste qualities== Taste qualities, the taste receptors that detect them, and examples of natural stimuli. Five recognized taste qualities—sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and umami—are detected by taste buds. Bitter taste is thought to protect against in||1|
|23:21, 7 August 2012||Mouse oocytes in vitro.png (file)||4.19 MB||(A–E) Example of 2-cell embryo, 4-cell embryo, morula and blastocyst developed from oocytes generated in vitro in the presence of ActA. Left, phase contrast microscopy observations; right, Hoechst staining of the cell nuclei.||1|