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Studies on the assessment of flavour in rice varieties from the Kyushu region. I. Selection of the testing panel and assessment of old and new varieties



Studies on the assessment of flavour in rice varieties from the Kyushu region. I. Selection of the testing panel and assessment of old and new varieties



Bulletin of the Kyushu Agricultural Experiment Station Kyushu Nogyo Shikenjo Hokoku 17(3): 251-261



Taste tests were carried out on cooked samples of the varieties Shiranui, Ariake, Hoyoku and Reiho in 1969 (experiment 1) and of Asahi 1 Norin 18 (Agriculture and Forestry 18), Shiranui and Reiho in 1970 (experiment 2). Differences in palatability among varieties in experiment 1 were noted.

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