Organoleptic

Organoleptic properties are the aspects of food or other substances as experienced by the senses, including taste, sight, smell, and touch, in cases where dryness, moisture, and stale-fresh factors are to be considered. ==USDA uses== In traditional U.S. Department of Agriculture meat and poultry inspections, inspectors perform a variety of organol...
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organoleptic

Involving an organ, especially a sense organ as of taste, smell or sight.
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Organoleptic

Or`ga·no·lep'tic adjective [ French organoleptique , from Greek ... an organ + ... to lay hold of.] (Physiol.) Making an impression upon an organ; plastic; - - said of the effect or impression produced by any substance on the organs of touch, taste, or smell, and also on the organism as a ...
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Organoleptic

• (a.) Making an impression upon an organ; plastic; -- said of the effect or impression produced by any substance on the organs of touch, taste, or smell, and also on the organism as a whole.
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organoleptic

organoleptic 1. Affecting an organ, especially a sense organ. 2. Capable of receiving a sense impression.
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organoleptic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′gă-nō-lep′tik Definitions: 1. Stimulating any of the organs of sensation. 2. Susceptible to a sensory stimulus.
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Organoleptic

Compound able to stimulate the sensation of taste or smell.
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Organoleptic

Relating to the senses (taste, color, odor, feel). Traditional USDA meat and poultry inspection tech
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organoleptic

dealing with testing effects of a substance on senses
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