Lloyd M Beidler

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Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Area:
Taste physiology
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Sato T, Beidler LM. (1997) Broad tuning of rat taste cells for four basic taste stimuli. Chemical Senses. 22: 287-93
Granger EM, Glendinning JI, Smith JC, et al. (1993) Behavioral and electrophysiological responses to NaCl in young and old Fischer-344 rats Chemical Senses. 18: 419-426
Tonosaki K, Beidler LM. (1989) Sugar best single chorda tympani nerve fiber responses to various sugar stimuli in rat and hamster. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. a, Comparative Physiology. 94: 603-5
Smith JC, Miller IJ, Krimm RF, et al. (1988) A comparison of the effects of bilateral sections of the chorda tympani nerve and extirpation of the submaxillary and sublingual salivary glands on the eating and drinking patterns of the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 44: 435-44
Krimm RF, Nejad MS, Smith JC, et al. (1987) The effect of bilateral sectioning of the chorda tympani and the greater superficial petrosal nerves on the sweet taste in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 41: 495-501
Nejad MS, Beidler LM. (1987) Taste responses of the cross-regenerated greater superficial petrosal and chorda tympani nerves of the rat Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 510: 523-526
Wilson LS, Smith JC, Henderson R, et al. (1987) An apparatus for the detailed analysis of short-term taste tests in rats Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 510: 710-712
Shingai T, Beidler LM. (1985) Response characteristics of three taste nerves in mice. Brain Research. 335: 245-9
Shingai T, Beidler LM. (1985) Interstrain differences in bitter taste responses in mice Chemical Senses. 10: 51-55
Griffin RW, Beidler LM. (1984) Studies in canine olfaction, taste and feeding: a summing up and some comments on the academic-industrial relationship. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 8: 261-3
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