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(e) Taste

The sense of Taste is closely allied to that of Touch. It has been considered a very highly developed sense of Touch. In fact, the tongue has the finest sense of Touch as well as the sense of Taste developed to perfection. The sense of Taste depends to a great extent upon the presence of fluids, and only substances that are soluble make their presence known through the organs and sense of Taste. The sense of Smell often acts in connection with the sense of Taste. Tiny particles of the substance in the mouth rise to the organs of Smell. By means of the opening in the back part of the mouth and the nose usually detects the odor of substances before they enter the mouth. Continue reading (e) Taste