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Publisher: American Chemical Society
Teranishi, Roy, Takeoka, Gary R., Guntert, Matthias
Presents state-of-the-art information on flavor precursor chemistry. Explains how biocatalysts are used either as tools to make specific ingredients or as reaction promoters in natural biochemical systems that generate flavor mixtures. Discusses processed flavors whereby carbohydrates, amino acids, lipids, and vitamins are heated under conditions mimicking food processing to generate flavors by thermal reactions. Presents complex model systems relating to the generation of processed flavors and examines the challenging analytical problems they present. Includes contributions from leading flavor chemists from Australia, Europe and the United States.Teranishi, Roy is the author of 'Flavor Precursors Thermal and Enzymatic Conversions' with ISBN 9780841222229 and ISBN 0841222223.
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