Some foods test positive for glucose, but do not taste sweet. What is one possible explanation? Some foods taste sweet, but have very li...?
Some foods taste sweet, but have very little glucose. What is one possible explanation?
I need help with these 2 questions in biology. Does someone know a legitimate answer?
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1) Other flavorings especially acids mask the sweetness.
2) Other things besides glucose taste sweet.
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