Chemical Senses Seminar Fall 2016
We will meet from 330 pm to 430pm every Monday in King 3009. All are welcome.
We explore the role of taste in the regulation of food intake through a conceptual framework of feeding established over the last 70 years, via papers which ask the following sorts of questions:
- Is taste necessary for feeding?
- Is taste sufficient for feeding?
- What if taste is eliminated?
- Is ingestion a function of taste? (rate, amount, meal size vs. meal frequency)
- Is taste preference a function of metabolic state?
- Do postingestive/metabolic signals modulate taste-driven reflexes?
- Can taste-driven ingestion be dissociated from postingestive/metabolic consequences?
- How do we determine the characteristics of a food which drives intake?
- how is taste defined as "rewarding"? What are substrates for food-driven reward?
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Epstein, A. N. and Teitelbaum, P. Regulation of food intake in the absence of taste, smell, and other oropharyngeal sensations. J Comp Physiol Psychol 55 (1962) 753-759.
Gul, S.S. et al. Inhibition of the gut enzyme intestinal alkaline phosphatase may explain how aspartame promotes glucose intolerance and obesity in mice. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. (2016)
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