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Fig 1

Fig 1. From: Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Bitter Perception and Sweet Preferences.

Effect of A49P genotype on sensitivity to the bitter taste of PROP. The cumulative percentage of children (A) and mothers (B) in each of the 3 allele groups (AA, AP, PP) who first detected a bitter or “yucky” taste when sampling 560, 180, and 56 μmol/L of PROP or who never detected a bitter taste when sampling each of these PROP solutions (none tasted bitter).

Julie A. Mennella, et al. Pediatrics. ;115(2):e216-e222.
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Fig 2. From: Genetic and Environmental Determinants of Bitter Perception and Sweet Preferences.

Effect of A49P genotype on maternal perception of children’s emotionality (scores could range from 1 to 5). ▪, Children who are heterozygous or homozygous for the bitter-sensitive allele; □, children who are homozygous for the insensitive nontaster allele. AP/PP children of AA mothers were significantly more likely to be perceived as emotional when compared with the remaining groups (*P = .03).

Julie A. Mennella, et al. Pediatrics. ;115(2):e216-e222.

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