Sweetener/sweetness-induced changes in flavor perception and flavor release of fruity and green character in beverages.

@article{King2006SweetenersweetnessinducedCI,
  title={Sweetener/sweetness-induced changes in flavor perception and flavor release of fruity and green character in beverages.},
  author={Bonnie M. King and Paul Arents and Nico Bouter and C. A. A. Duineveld and Michael Meyners and S I Schroff and S. T. Soekhai},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={54 7},
  pages={
          2671-7
        }
}
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