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How does Taste Affect Smell?

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Alexis Gibbs

on 13 January 2014

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Transcript of How does Taste Affect Smell?

How does color affect taste?
blue is the least appetizing color
red is the most appetizing color
the color may affect how something taste
Heinz made a purple ketchup but most kids did not like it
Does smell affect
hunger?
sometimes if you smell something you crave it
What is taste?

taste - to perceive or experience flavor
your taste buds help you decide if you like the food or not
each of your taste buds are different
What is Smell?
the olfactory epithelium is a fancy word for helps you smell
they are sensitive to odor molecules
you have around 2 million receptors in your nose
Peppermint Oil and Peppermint Extract
peppermint oil is a concentrated oil
peppermint extract is an extract
What is peppermint oil?
peppermint oil mix of spearmint plant and water
the spearmint plant is grown in Europe and North America
What is peppermint oil used for?
cooking
headache
muscle pains
nerve pain
tooth ache
inflammation of mouth and throat
cold
cough
How Does Taste Affect Smell?
Lexie Gibbs
6th Grade AIG

Hypothesis
I think that they won’t be able to tell what the fruit is.

Materials
Kiwi
Peach
Strawberry
Pineapple
Plates
Spoons
Napkins
People


Procedure

1. Soak all the fruits in peppermint oil or extract.
2. Let the people taste the fruits.
3. Let the people guess what fruit they are tasting.
4. If they are right put a check and if they are
wrong put an X.

Bibliography

http://www.education.com/science-fair/article/does-smell-affect-way-you-perceive-taste/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taste
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nose
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tounge

Peppermint vs Taste
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