Terry E. Acree, Ph.D.

Food Science Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
"Terry Acree"
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Yu-Wen Feng grad student 2000 Cornell
Jane E. Friedrich grad student 2000 Cornell
Kathryn D. Deibler grad student 2001 Cornell
Katherine M. Kittel grad student 2006 Cornell
Michael A. Nestrud grad student 2008-2011 Cornell
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Acree TE, Kurtz AJ. (2015) Painting flavor Acs Symposium Series. 1191: 1-13
Yang Z, Xie J, Zhang L, et al. (2015) Aromatic effect of fat and oxidized fat on a meat-like model reaction system of cysteine and glucose Flavour and Fragrance Journal. 30: 320-329
Sacks GL, Gates MJ, Ferry FX, et al. (2012) Sensory threshold of 1,1,6-trimethyl-1,2-dihydronaphthalene (TDN) and concentrations in young Riesling and non-Riesling wines. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 60: 2998-3004
Sun Q, Gates MJ, Lavin EH, et al. (2011) Comparison of odor-active compounds in grapes and wines from vitis vinifera and non-foxy American grape species. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 59: 10657-64
Kurtz AJ, Barnard J, Acree TE. (2011) Mixture perception of rORI7 agonists with similar odors Chemosensory Perception. 4: 91-98
Kurtz AJ, Lawless HT, Acree TE. (2010) The cross-adaptation of green and citrus odorants Chemosensory Perception. 3: 149-155
Kurtz AJ, Lawless HT, Acree TE. (2009) Reference matching of dissimilar binary odor mixtures Chemosensory Perception. 2: 186-194
Williams RC, Sartre E, Parisot F, et al. (2009) A gas chromatograph-pedestal olfactometer (GC-PO) for the study of odor mixtures Chemosensory Perception. 2: 173-179
Acree TE, Lindley M. (2008) Structure-activity relationship and AH-B after 40 years Acs Symposium Series. 979: 96-108
Kittel KM, Kurtz AJ, Barnard J, et al. (2008) Free-choice profiling of OR-I7 agonists and homologues using GCO Chemosensory Perception. 1: 235-241
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