International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 24, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
This volume presents the latest research in the broad field of the chemical senses from the International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste. This field includes not only the obvious senses of taste and smell but also chemical irritation and related sensations. Scientists investigate the mechanisms and functions of the chemical senses in the oral and nasal cavity as well as in the viscera including the gut and airways. This volume takes an integrative approach and provides historical context for modern research in the field.

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Contents

International Symposium on Olfaction and Taste
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Making an Epidermis By MarankeI Koster
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Onset of Odorant Receptors By Diego J RodriguezGil Helen B Treloar
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Cell Cycle Control
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In Vivo Fate Tracing Studies of Mammalian Taste Cell Progenitors By Shoba
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Tales Told by Mice and Rats By Eugene R Delay
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Genetic Tracing of the Gustatory Neural Pathway Originating from T1R3
46
Receptors and Transduction of Umami Taste Stimuli By Sue C Kinnamon
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Perceptual and Sensorimotor Differences between Good and Poor Olfactory
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A Second Look at the Structure of Human Olfactory Memory By Theresa L
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Relevance to Reward and Obesity
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Temporal
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The Role of the Parabrachial Nucleus in Taste Processing and Feeding
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Functional Organization of the Rodent Parabrachial Nucleus By Takashi
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Symposium Overview Sex and Taste Drugs and Taste and Rock Roll
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Food Consumption Inhibits Painrelated Behaviors By Peggy Mason
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Symposium Overview Glutamate Signaling System during Feeding and Digestion
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Brain Functional Changes in Rats Administered with Monosodium LGlutamate
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Effect of Free Dietary Glutamate on Gastric Secretion in Dogs By Vasiliy
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Receptors Transduction and Hormonal
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Modulation and Transmission of Sweet Taste Information for Energy
102
Bitter Taste Receptors and Their Cells By Maik Behrens Claudia Reichling
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Genetic Variation in Taste Sensitivity to 6nPropylthiouracil and Its Relationship
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The Genetics of Bitterness and Pungency Detection and Its Impact
140
Olfactory Receptor Interactions with Other Receptors By RandyA Hall
147
Trafficking of Mammalian Chemosensory Receptors by Receptortransporting
153
Noncanonical Transduction Pathways
161
Trace Amineassociated Receptors Are Olfactory Receptors in Vertebrates
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Insect Olfactory Receptor Complex Functions as a Ligandgated Ionotropic
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Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Trigeminal Chemosensation By Kristin
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Central Processing of Trigeminal Activation in Humans By T Hummel
190
Qualitative Effects in Nasal Trigeminal Chemoreception By Dennis
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The Anatomical and Electrophysiological Basis of Peripheral Nasal Trigeminal
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Dynamics of Nasal Chemesthesis By Paul M Wise Kai Zhao and Charles
206
Central Processing of Chemosensory Signals
215
Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors and Dendrodendritic Synapses in the Main
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Centrifugal Drive onto Local Inhibitory Interneurons of the Olfactory Bulb
239
Dendrodendritic Synapses and Functional Compartmentalization in
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Computing with Dendrodendritic Synapses in the Olfactory Bulb By Nathaniel
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Role of Cortical Feedback in Regulating Inhibitory Microcircuits By Ben
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Neural Basis of Olfactory Perception By Alan Gelperin and Ambarish
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Lowlevel Mechanisms for Processing Odor Information in the Behaving Animal
286
Processing of Odor Representations by Neuronal Circuits in the Olfactory Bulb
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Pattern Separation and Completion in Olfaction By DonaldA Wilson
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Basic Processes in Human Olfactory Cognition
313
Perceptual and Neural Pliability of Odor Objects By Jay A Gottfried and Keng
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Symposium Overview Underwater Sniffing Guides Olfactory Localization
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The Alarm Reaction in FishesOdorants Modulations of Responses Neural
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Olfaction in Birds
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The Last Challenge By Anna
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Potential Role for
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Chemical Neuroecology and Community Dynamics By Ryan P Ferrer
450
Using Biomarker Targeting
456
Neuroethology of Oviposition Behavior in the Moth Manduca sexta By Carolina
462
Drosophila sechellia as a Model in Chemosensory Neuroecology By Marcus C
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Evolution of Pheromonal Communication
476
Conservation
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Shaping of Drosophila Male Courtship Posture by a Gustatory Pheromone
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Evolution of Moth Sex Pheromone Desaturases By AlejandroP Rooney
506
Perspectives on Populationbased Epidemiological Studies of Olfactory and Taste
514
The Beaver Dam Experience By Carla
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Evaluating the Prevalence of Olfactory Dysfunction in a Pediatric Population
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The Beaver
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Associations between the Ability to Detect a Bitter Taste Dietary Behavior
553
Discussion and Perspectives By Wendy Smith
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Oronasal Inflammation
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Analysis of the Olfactory Mucosa in Chronic Rhinosinusitis By Karen K Yee
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Mechanisms in Taste Buds By Hong Wang
596
Neuroregulation of Human Nasal Mucosa By James N Baraniuk and Samantha
604
Do Environmental Agents Enter the Brain?
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Are
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An Intranasal MPTP 1Methyl4Phenyl1236
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Different Prion Conformers Target the Olfactory Pathway in Sporadic
637
Symposium Overview Chemical Senses and Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative
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