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A. Dravnieks, L. Keith, B. K. Krotoszynski, and J. Shah, "Vaginal Odors: GLC Assay Method for Evaluating Odor Changes." Journal of Pharmaceutical Science 63, 36—40 (1974).

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P. E. Green, Analyzing Multivariate Data, Dryden Press, Hinsdale, 111., 1978.

T. Persson and E. von Sydow, "A Quality Comparison of Frozen and Refrigerated Cooked Sliced Beef. 2 Relationships between Gas Chromatographic Data and Flavor Scores," Journal of Food Science 37, 234-239 (1972).

J. J. Powers, "Applying Multivariate Statistical Methods to Enhance Information Obtainable from Flavor Analysis Results," in David B. Min and Thomas H. Smouse, eds., Flavor Chemistry of Lipid Foods, American Oil Chemists' Society, Champaign, III., 1989.

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John J. Powers University of Georgia Athens, Georgia

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