By John F. Jackson, H.F. Linskens
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6; Meilgaard et al. 1979). Lengthy discussions on the descriptive terms led to a choice of words that have the same meaning in different countries. These discussions revealed some marked differences based on the history of experience of panelists. In North America the "light-struck" flavour was usually called "skunky" because of its resemblance to the defensive aroma chemical produced by a native animal called the skunk. However, this animal is not native to Europe. As a result, the term "light-struck" was agreed upon.
In addition, feeding alanine to strawberry cultures resulted in the formation of several esters such as methyl and ethyl hexanoate which are important constituents of strawberry volatiles (Perez et al. 1992). Alcohols and aldehydes are derived from the metabolism of their corresponding amino acids and oxo-sugars. Ketoacids pro duced by transamination can be enzymatically degraded to the corresponding aldehydes or carboxyl ic acids. The enzyme that catalyzes this reaction is pyruvate decarboxylase.
The sensory panelist can focus his/her attention on specific flavour characters in turn to evaluate them. At first he/she focuses on some volatile aroma characteristics, such as estery, acetic and aldehydic, one after another. Then he/she continues focusing on the other characteristics of flavour and taste . This is a strictly analyt ical manner, which is similar to the perceiver who can evaluate each sound of different instruments in the orchestra at different times by focusing his/her hearing on the sound in turn.
Analysis of taste and aroma by John F. Jackson, H.F. Linskens