It is difficult to remove the sense of taste surgically, so we used a gastric tube to bypass it. ... Water or liquid food can now be pumped directly into the animala#39;s stomach, completely bypassing the nasal and oropharyngeal receptors for taste and smell. ... If the animal is forced to work harder to obtain food, by increasing the number of presses required for each gastric injection, it does so and achieves anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Neurosciences. A Study Program|
|Author||:||Gardner C. Quarton, Gardner C. Quarton, Francis O. Schmitt, Theodore Melnechuk, Theodore Melnechuk, Francis O. Schmitt|
|Publisher||:||Rockefeller Univ. Press -|