International Symposium Series, Volume 1: Olfaction and Taste covers the proceedings of the First International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste, held at the Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, Sweden on September 1962. This symposium aims to explore the physiological and psychological aspects of olfaction and taste. This book is composed of 29 chapters and begins with the surveys of the physiology and morphology of the sensory receptors in certain groups of animals. The succeeding chapters describe the fundamental substrates of taste and the effect of temperature change on the response of taste. These topics are followed by discussions on the human taste nerves, taste stimulation and preference behavior, some thalamic and cortical mechanisms of taste, and the role of taste and smell in food and water regulation. The final chapters consider the basic principles of human body’s thermoreceptors and the gustatory relay in the medulla. This book is of great value to researchers in the fields of olfaction and taste and related fields.
The Opening Address Studies on the Ultrastructure and Histophysiology of Cell Membranes, Nerve Fibers and Synaptic Junctions in Chemoreceptors Odor Specificities of the Frog's Olfactory Receptors Generation and Transmission of Signals in the Olfactory System Olfactory, Vomeronasal and Trigeminal Receptor Responses to Odorants Electrical Activity in the Olfactory System of Rabbits with Indwelling Electrodes Electrophysiological Investigation of Insect Olfaction The Fine Structure of the Olfactory Receptors of the Blowfly On the Olfactory Sense of Birds The Fundamental Substrates of Taste Dynamics of Taste Cells Discussion The Significance of the Terminal Structure of Afferent Nerve Fibers The Effect of Temperature Change on the Response of Taste Receptors Chemical Structure and Stimulation by Carbohydrates Electrophysiological Responses to Sugars and Their Depression by Salt Electrophysiological Studies on Human Taste Nerves Sensory Neural Patterns and Gustation Taste Functions in Fish Comparative Anatomical and Physiological Studies of Gustatory Mechanisms Taste Stimulation and Preference Behavior Chemical Coding in Taste—Temporal Patterns Comparative Studies on the Sense of Taste The Variations in Taste Thresholds of Ruminants associated with Sodium Depletion Some Thalamic and Cortical Mechanisms of Taste Natural Conditioned Salivary Reflex of Man alone as well as in a Group The Olfactory Identification of Chemical Units and Mixtures and Its Role in Behavior The Role of Taste and Smell in the Regulation of Food and Water Intake The Relationship between Body Temperature and Food and Water Intake Patterned Activities from Identifiable "Cold" and "Warm" Giant Neurons (Aplysia) The Gustatory Relay in the Medulla List of Participants
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- © Pergamon 1963
- 1st January 1963
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Department of Physiology, Veterinary College, Stockholm (Sweden)