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Familiarity with boar taint and previous sample affect sensory perception of boar taint by human nose methodology

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Heyrman, Evert, et al. “Familiarity with Boar Taint and Previous Sample Affect Sensory Perception of Boar Taint by Human Nose Methodology.” Meet the Belgian Meat Researchers, BAMST Symposium, Abstracts, Belgian Association for Meat Science and Technology (BAMST), 2014.
APA
Heyrman, E., Aluwé, M., Millet, S., Tuyttens, F., Wauters, J., Vanhaecke, L., … Ampe, B. (2014). Familiarity with boar taint and previous sample affect sensory perception of boar taint by human nose methodology. Meet the Belgian Meat Researchers, BAMST Symposium, Abstracts. Presented at the BAMST symposium 2014: Meet the Belgian meat researchers, Melle, Belgium.
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Heyrman, Evert, Marijke Aluwé, Sam Millet, Frank Tuyttens, Jella Wauters, Lynn Vanhaecke, Nadine Buys, Steven Janssens, and Bart Ampe. 2014. “Familiarity with Boar Taint and Previous Sample Affect Sensory Perception of Boar Taint by Human Nose Methodology.” In Meet the Belgian Meat Researchers, BAMST Symposium, Abstracts. Belgian Association for Meat Science and Technology (BAMST).
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Heyrman, Evert, Marijke Aluwé, Sam Millet, Frank Tuyttens, Jella Wauters, Lynn Vanhaecke, Nadine Buys, Steven Janssens, and Bart Ampe. 2014. “Familiarity with Boar Taint and Previous Sample Affect Sensory Perception of Boar Taint by Human Nose Methodology.” In Meet the Belgian Meat Researchers, BAMST Symposium, Abstracts. Belgian Association for Meat Science and Technology (BAMST).
Vancouver
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Heyrman E, Aluwé M, Millet S, Tuyttens F, Wauters J, Vanhaecke L, et al. Familiarity with boar taint and previous sample affect sensory perception of boar taint by human nose methodology. In: Meet the Belgian meat researchers, BAMST symposium, Abstracts. Belgian Association for Meat Science and Technology (BAMST); 2014.
IEEE
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E. Heyrman et al., “Familiarity with boar taint and previous sample affect sensory perception of boar taint by human nose methodology,” in Meet the Belgian meat researchers, BAMST symposium, Abstracts, Melle, Belgium, 2014.
@inproceedings{5865379,
  author       = {{Heyrman, Evert and Aluwé, Marijke and Millet, Sam and Tuyttens, Frank and Wauters, Jella and Vanhaecke, Lynn and Buys, Nadine and Janssens, Steven and Ampe, Bart}},
  booktitle    = {{Meet the Belgian meat researchers, BAMST symposium, Abstracts}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Melle, Belgium}},
  publisher    = {{Belgian Association for Meat Science and Technology (BAMST)}},
  title        = {{Familiarity with boar taint and previous sample affect sensory perception of boar taint by human nose methodology}},
  year         = {{2014}},
}