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Learning about Taste Buds - super clever idea for learning about the various things we taste with our tongue! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids in homeschool science

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Tongue papillae. SEM of filiform papillae (cone- shaped) on the surface of the tongue. Filiform papillae are covered by stratified squamous epithelial cells (not seen). Dead cells of the uppermost layer are constantly being shed and replaced (desquamation). This gives the papillae their scaly appearance. Filiform papillae contain nerve endings that transmit tactile (touch) information to the brain. The tongue's taste buds (not seen) are less numerous than these papillae.

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Did you know the average person has 10,000 taste buds on their tongue? Learn about the five senses playing this free game from Lakeshore Learning.

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