Preface. 1. Flavor Chemistry - 30 Years of Progress: An Overview; R. Teranishi, et al. 2. Mass Spectrometry in Flavor Chemistry: Past and Prospect; M. Herderich. 3. Thirty Years of Flavor NMR; G.J. Martin, M.L. Martin. 4. Analytical Authentication of Genuine Flavor Compounds: Review and Preview; A. Mosandl. 5. A Concerted Procedure for the Generation, Concentration, Fractionation, and Sensory Evaluation of Maillard Reaction Products; T.H. Parliment. 6. The Potential of Intermolecular and Intramolecular Isotopic Correlations for Authenticity Control; H.-L. Schmidt, et al. 7. Quantification of Aroma-Impact Components by Isotope Dilution Assay - Recent Developments; I. Blank, et al. 8. Flavor Chemistry - the Last 30 Years; W. Pickenhagen. 9. Limonin Bitterness in Citrus Juices; S. Hasegawa. 10. Instability of Citrus Flavors and Recent Attempts at their Stabilization; T. Hiramoto, et al. 11. Thirty Years of Coffee Chemistry Research; O.G. Vitzthum. 12. Progress of Tea Aroma Chemisty; T. Yamanishi, A. Kobayashi. 13. Characterization of Key Odorants in Chocolate; P. Schieberle, P. Pfnuer. 14. Development and Application of Dairy Flavors; L. Schutte. 15. Beer Flavor; H. Sone, et al. 16. Chemistry of Lipid Oxidation: 30 Years of Progress; D.B. Min, H.-O. Lee. 17. Surfing on the Scent Waves in the Flood Flavor Sea; I. Flament, R. Näf. 18. Flavor Chemicals with Pungent Properties; M. Gautschi, et al. 19. BiotechnologicalProduction of Natural Flavour Materials; I.L. Gatfield. 20. Microbial Flavors; R.G. Berger, et al. 21. Biochemistry of Essential Oil Terpenes: A Thirty Year Overview; D.B. Little, R.B. Croteau. 22. Water Soluble Aroma Precursors: Analysis, Structure and Reactivity; P. Winterhalter, et al. 23. The Importance of Sulfur-Containing Compounds to Fruit Flavors; K.-H. Engel. 24. Fruit Flavor Biogenesis; M.M. Leahy, R.G. Roderick. 25. Flavor Chemistry of Vegetables; G. Takeoka. 26. Heat Generated Flavors and Precursors; R. Tressl, D. Rewicki. 27. Generation of Volatile Compounds from Maillard Reaction of Serine, Threonine, and Glutamine with Monosaccharides; C.-T. Ho, J. Chen. 28. The Strecker Degradation and its Contribution to Food Flavor; G.P. Rizzi. 29. Kinetics of Flavor Formation during Maillard Browning; G.A. Reineccius. 30. Flavor Chemistry and Odor Thresholds; R.G. Buttery. 31. Solving Flavor Problems by Sensory Methods: A Retrospective View; M. Rothe, H.-P. Kruse. 32. Evaluation of Important Odorants in Foods by Dilution Techniques; H. Guth, W. Grosch. 33. Gas Chromatography &endash; Olfactrometry (GC/O) of Vapor Phases; K.D. Deibler, et al. 34. Flavor Release in the Mouth; P.M.T. de Kok, H.E. Smorenburg. 35. Linking Flavor Chemistry to Sensory Analysis of Wine; S.E. Ebeler. 36. Umami and Food Palatability; S. Yamaguchi, K. Ninomiya.
Celebrating the founding of the Flavor Subdivision of the Agriculture and Food Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society, this book provides an overview of progress made during the past 30-40 years in various aspects of flavor chemistry as seen by internationally renowned scientists in the forefront of their respective fields. In addition, it presents up-to-date findings in the areas of flavor chemistry, analytical methods, thermally produced flavors and precursors, enzymatically produced flavors and precursors, and sensory methods and results.
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