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This is an extremely simplistic break down of the pathway of taste, involving the functional steps, more so an overview of the 4 basic steps involved.

1. The chemicals (food) are absorbed though the taste pores in the oral cavity.

2. the taste cells within the taste buds receive these chemical stimulus and convert into a nerve impulse.

3. this nerve impulse travels from the oral cavity cranial nerves towards the brain.

4 the brain receives impulse for interpretation of taste.

This illustration by z3330795 UNSW student who gives permission to anyone to reuse.

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