Olfaction and Taste II - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483198491, 9781483223520

Olfaction and Taste II

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Second International Symposium Held in Tokyo, September 1965

Editors: T. Hayashi
eBook ISBN: 9781483223520
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1967
Page Count: 844
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Description

Wenner-Gren Center International Symposium Series, Volume 8: Olfaction and Taste II covers the proceedings of the Second International Symposium, held in Tokyo, Japan on September 1965.
This book is composed of 53 chapters that bring together theoretical and experimental studies on the chemoreception in insects, other invertebrates and vertebrates, from fishes to the monkey, and their significance in delineating human olfaction and taste. Other chapters deal with the study of the chemoreceptive organs and their related parts of the nervous system, which will be helpful in the analysis of the function of other sensory organs and their neural connections. This book also discusses the evidence that the epithelium of the front of the tongue has other properties than that of the back of the tongue as far as the conversion of its cells into gustatory cells is concerned under the influence of the outgrowing gustatory nerve fibers. The remaining chapters describe the transmission and decoding of coded information from the receptors in the central nervous system. This book is of value to biologists, physiologists, and research workers who are interested in the complex mechanism of olfaction and taste.

Table of Contents


Opening Address

Correlations between Stereochemical Assessments and Organoleptic Analysis of Odorous Compounds

Experiments on the Specificities of Human Olfaction. Part 2

The Frequency Component Hypothesis in Relation to the Coding Mechanism in the Olfactory Bulb

Properties of Receptors through Molecular Parameters of Odorivectors

Spatio-Temporal Patterning of Response in the Olfactory System

The Effect of Concentration upon the Spatiotemporal Coding of Odorants

Low Frequency Molecular Vibration in Relation to Odor

Are OEG's Generator Potentials?

Slow Potential Changes induced in the Olfactory Bulb by Central and Peripheral Stimuli

Olfactory Receptor Reaction to the Lesion of the Olfactory Bubl

Olfactory Perception in Birds

Single Unit Responses of Olfactory Receptors in Vultures

The Definition of Primary and Accessory Areas of Olfaction as the Basis for a Classification of Decreased Olfactory Acuity

A Comparative Study of Neural and Psychophysical Responses to Gustatory Stimuli

Measurement of Human Gustatory Perception Using the Parotid Gland Secretion Rate

Relations between Taste Qualities and Parotid Gland Secretion Rate

Gustatory Response to L-Amino Acids in Man

The Effect of Denture Factors on the Gustatory Sensitivity of Denture Wearers

On the Mechanism of the Taste Defect in Familial Dysautonomia

Study on the Parotid Salivary Secretion due to Taste Stimuli in Rabbits

The Electrolytic Concentration of Salivary Conditional and Unconditional Reflexes

Behavioral Technique to Analyze a Dog's Ability to Discriminate Flavors in Commercial Food Products

The Sensory and Behavioral Factors in Taste Preferences

Sugar Receptor and a-Amino Acid in the Rat

Patterns of Impulses Produced by MSG and 5'-Ribonucleotides in Taste Units of the Rat

Neurophysiological Studies on Taste Effectiveness of Chemical Taste Enhancers

The Innate Appetite for Salt Exhibited by Sodium-deficient Sheep

Electrophysiological Analysis of Taste Effectiveness of Soda Water and CO2 Gas

Hormonal Regulation of the Spontaneous Sodium Chloride Appetite of Rats

The Glossopharyngeal Nerve Response to Taste and Thermal Stimuli in the Rat, Rabbit and Cat

Action and Interaction of Ethyl Alcohol and Some Other Substances on the Receptors of the Tongue

Gustatory Impulses—their Number and Temporal Patterns

The Afferent Innervation of the Tongue of the Sheep

Anion Influences on Taste Receptor Response

Altered Taste Responses from Cross-regenerated Taste Nerves in the Rat

Chemotopic Coding for Sucrose and Quinine Hydrochloride in the Nucleus of the Fasciculus Solitarius

Thalamic Representation of Taste Qualities and Temperature Change in the Cat

Specific Unitary Osmereceptor Potentials and Spiking Patterns from Giant Nerve Cells Sensory Coding in a Neural In Vivo Model

Chemoreceptors in Brain to y-hydroxybutyrate through Cerebrospinal Fluid of Dogs

The Electro-odocell for Inspection and Grading of Meat and

Some Effects of Olfactory Stimulation on Locomotory Patterns in Fish

Investigations of External Chemoreceptors of Fishes

Studies on the Stimulation of Chemoreceptors of Freshwater Fish by Dilute Solutions of Electrolytes

Occurrence of a Viscous Substance at the Tip of the Labellar Taste Hair of the Blowfly

Inhibition and Excitation of Single Insect Olfactory Receptors, and their Role as a Primary Sensory Code

Hydrocarbon Inhibition of Primary Chemoreceptor Cells

Electrical and Behavioral Responses to Amino Acid Stimulation in the Blowfly

Maxillary Chemoreceptors in the Silkworm

Study on the Participation of Metals in the Olfactory Response of Housefly

Observations on the Tastebuds in Suncus Murinus

Effects of Salts on the Sugar Receptor of the Fleshfly

Some Factors Governing Olfactory and Gustatory Responses of Insects

Differential Impedance Changes of the Olfactory Mucosa with Odorous Stimulation

List of Participants


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No. of pages:
844
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1967
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483223520

About the Editor

T. Hayashi