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Effect of Enrichment-Bleaching and Low Oxygen Atmosphere Storage on All-Purpose Wheat Flour Quality

  title={Effect of Enrichment-Bleaching and Low Oxygen Atmosphere Storage on All-Purpose Wheat Flour Quality},
  author={Jonathan Myers Swindler},
Effect of Enrichment-Bleaching and Low Oxygen Atmosphere Storage on All-Purpose Wheat Flour Quality Jonathan Myers Swindler Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Food Science, BYU Master of Science All-purpose wheat flour is a useful long-term storage commodity, but is subject to offodor formation. Although flour stored in a low oxygen atmosphere should inhibit rancid odor formation, it elicits consumer complaints about odor. The purpose of this study was to examine off-odor development in… 



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