palatability

The sensation of taste on the palate of the mouth from pleasant-tasting or acceptable food.
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palatability

[n] - the property of being acceptable to the mouth
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Palatability

Pal`a·ta·bil'i·ty noun Palatableness.
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palatability

palatableness noun the property of being acceptable to the mouth
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Palatability

• (n.) Palatableness.
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Palatability

Palatability is the hedonic reward provided by foods or fluids that are agreeable to the "palate" in regard to the homeostatic satisfaction of nutritional, water, or energy needs. The palatability of a food or fluid, unlike its flavor or taste, varies with the state of an individual: it is lower after consumption and higher when deprived. Palata..
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Palatability

The relish with which a particular species or plant part is consumed by an animal.
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Palatability

Acceptable to the taste or sufficiently agreeable in flavor to be eaten.
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palatability

The appeal and acceptability of feedstuffs. Affected by the taste, odour, texture and temperature of the feed.
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