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Only rats that had a complete set of lick data for a given stimulus i. Discussion The present data indicate that elevated initial chemosensory attraction to ethanol is a behavioral phenotype associated with genetically-mediated ethanol preference in the alcohol-preferring P line of rats. This relationship has recently been identified in children with a positive family history of alcoholism but no prior experience with alcohol Mennella et al. Activation of neurons in rat trigeminal subnucleus caudalis by different irritant chemicals applied to oral or ocular mucosa. Each stimulus trial was preceded by a 2-s deionized water rinse trial that served to rinse the oral cavity and minimize sensory adaptation effects. No line differences existed at the highest quinine concentration 3 mMwhich produced a uniformly low number of lick counts Table 2. Taste reactivity in high alcohol drinking and low alcohol drinking rats. The authors declare no conflict of interest.