Detection of very complex taste mixtures.

  • J. C. Stevens
  • Published 1998 in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences


Mixtures can often be tasted when all components are too weak to be tasted separately. Such mixtures are said to be integrative. Integration was demonstrated by mixing compounds in concentrations proportional to their separate detection thresholds and then measuring the detection threshold of the mixture as a whole by forced choice with plain water… (More)


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