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The receptor neurons for the sense of sweet is located a. at the tip of the tongue. c. at the back of the tongue. b. at the sides of the tongue. d. in the middle of the tongue.
The receptor neurons for the sense of sweet is located at the tip of the tongue.
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The receptor neurons for the sense of sweet is located at the tip of the tongue.

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