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  • Amoore, J.E. (1962a) The stereochemical theory of olfaction 1: Identification of the seven primary odours. Proceedings of the Scientific Section, Toilet Goods Association, No. 37 suppl., 1–12.
  • Amoore, J.E. (1962b) The stereochemical theory of olfaction 2: Elucidation of the stereochemical properties of the olfactory receptor sites. Proceedings of the Scientific Section, Toilet Goods Association, No. 37 suppl., 13–23.
  • Amoore, J.E. (1964) Current status of the steric theory of odor. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 116, 457–476.[ISI]
  • Amoore, J.E. and Venstrom, D. (1967) Correlations between stereochemical assessments and organoleptic analysis of odorous compounds. In Hayashi, T. (ed.), Olfaction and Taste II. Pergamon Press, Oxford, pp. 3–17.

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