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  1. The chemical that is used to test orally, using a taste strip, for a supertaster is:
  1. Supertasters account for approximately ______________ of the population.
  1. Subtasters account for approximately ______________ of the population.
  1. The most prevalent class(es) of supertasters would be:
  1. It is known through research that a supertaster:
  1. The current generation may be the first to:
  1. Bitter taste receptors T2Rs (Select BEST answer):
  1. You may evaluate a supertaster by using a PROP test strip, taking a good health history or to confirm by:
  1. Sub-tasters or non-tasters tend to eat which of the following types of foods?
  1. Which of the following statements is false?
  1. A patient with burning mouth may complain about:
  1. Which of the following are synonymous when referring to the five primary tastes?
  1. The group of papillae not containing taste buds is:
  1. Taste buds contain a ______________ hair that extends to the outside of the taste bud:
  1. Supertasters have a heightened sense of:
  1. The nerve that may be injured during a tonsillectomy and cause taste changes is the ______________.
  1. Somatosensory means:
  1. The taste strip medication containing PROP is derived and prepared in a very low concentration from a medication used to treat:
  1. A sub-taster in most cases, will have which of the following reactions to PROP?
  1. Supertasters appear to have increased susceptibility to:
  1. Sub-tasters or non-taster children have been shown to consume ______________?
  1. Middle aged women who are non-tasters have been found to be ______________ in comparison to the general population or super-tasters.
  1. A concern for supertasters is that avoidance of green vegetables such as kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts may increase the rates of ______________ over time.
  1. Supertasters have been found to use less:
  1. Alcohol may be better preferred more often by which of the following:
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