BiologyBase of the tongue is sensitive to taste

Base of the tongue is sensitive to taste


  1. A
    Salty
  2. B
    Sweet
  3. C
    Bitter
  4. D
    Sour 

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    Solution:

    Concept: The lingo is the muscular organ that's present on the bottom of the mouth. It's devoid of any bone and its main purpose is to help in the process of mastication and helps in the swallowing of food.
    The lingo is the organ which is after teeth which starts the digestion process. It's the organ which is helpful for getting distinct tastes and helps in the speech.
    The upper portion of the lingo comprises taste kids that are submerged with Lingual Papillae. The texture of the lingo is generally rough because of Lingual Papillae.
    These are bitsy round structures present upon the upper face of the lingo. This portion is sensitive due to the rich force of jitters and blood vessels and is always kept wettish by the slaver.
    Taste kids are present in the circumvallate papillae, fungiform papillae and foliate papilla. Taste kids are seen on the palatoglossal, in epiglottis and in the posterior wall of oropharynx.
    Tastes like sweet, sour, swab and bitter are tasted by all sides of the lingo.
    These are the supporting cells in taste kids which are stretched columnar cells with dark cytoplasm but smoothly stained capitals which form the external wall of the palate. They bear long microvilli that go from their shells to the taste of severance.
    The reverse of the lingo is veritably sensitive to bitter taste.
    Hence, option 3 is the correct answer
     
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