C3hex, Ability To Smell

Description

Cis-3-hexen-1-ol (C3HEX) is present in a wide range of foods and beverages, including wine and spirits, olive oil, vegetables, fruit, and green tea. C3HEX is commonly associated with sensory characteristics such as 'green' and 'grassy.' The probability of an individual's ability to detect C3HEX at a particular intensity (the R-index) can be estimated, and the threshold for detection is normally distributed (summary by Jaeger et al., 2010).

Incidence and onset information

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