Sensory evaluation sensory evaluation sensory - having to do with the senses of sight, taste, smell, hearing, touch - judgment of quality based on sensory data organolepsis - subject to judgment by the senses senses - the means of receiving all information the chemical senses sight- vision taste - gustation smell - olfaction mechanical senses. Preface vii author biographies ix acknowledgements xi 1 introduction 1 11 what is sensory evaluation 1 12 what is the role of sensory evaluation 2. Sensory evaluation definition 'a scientific discipline used to evoke, measure, analyze and interpret reactions to those characteristics of food and materials as they are. Training and selection of sensory evaluation panelists sensory analysis is a specialized measurement science that involves eliciting complex information from.
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Sensory evaluation is the use of all 5 senses •taste •smell •sight •touch •hearing to gather information •conscious or unconscious. Sensory evaluation is a scientific discipline that analyses and measures human responses to the composition of food and drink, eg appearance, touch, odour, texture, temperature and taste.
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