linolenic acid

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a liquid polyunsaturated fatty acid that occurs in some plant oils

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I have shown in this paper an easy an inexpensive method to synthesize a mixture of linolenic acid isomers for the purpose of identifying different isomers in unknown samples.
Stearic acid was significantly positively correlated with erucic acid and positively correlated with linoleic and linolenic acid contents at genotypic and phenotypic level.
In soybean oil oleic (C18:1), linoleic acid (C18:2) and linolenic acid (C18:3) percentage were 23.
Adjusting for baseline creatinine, higher total plasma PUFAs, n-3 FA, linolenic acid, linoleic acid, and arachidonic acid at enrollment were significantly associated with a smaller decline in creatinine from baseline to follow-up.
The low linolenic acid soybean line CX1512-44 was previously developed from a mutagenesis breeding program as a selection from the cross 10689-4 x C1813 (J.
To cut trans fats in their products by 2006, the food industry could switch from soybean oil to alternative oils that don't contain linolenic acid.
The eicosanoids derived from GLA and from the omega 3 fatty acids like Alpha linolenic Acid (ALA) from flax oil and Eicopentanoic Acid (EPA) from fish oil have dramatically different effects in the body.
Peanuts and tree nuts contain a number of healthful components including magnesium, fibre, L-arginine, antioxidants and unsaturated fatty acids such as linolenic acid.
Eleven articles (13,323 breast cancer events and 687,770 participants) investigated fish intake, 17 articles in vestigated marine n-3 PUFA (16,178 breast cancer events and 527,392 participants) and 12 articles investigated alpha linolenic acid (14,284 breast cancer events and 405,592 participants).
Oleic acid content of genotype kernels with dark color (C and hdeg values are low) were the lowest but the linolenic acid contents of them were the highest.
Stable frying oils need to have low levels of linolenic acid, more oleic acid and less linoleic acid, which is similar to what is found in hydrogenated oil.
The packages provide a high level of integration and productivity for the three most commonly applied GC-based methods: EN 14103 for fatty acid methyl ester characterization and linolenic acid methyl ester determination, EN 14105/ASTM D6584 for free and total glycerine content, and EN 14110 for methanol content.
Flax oil contains alpha linolenic acid (ALA), linoleic acid (LA), and oleic acid.
Premier is a near homozygous pure-line spring edible oil-quality rapeseed (canola) cultivar selected for a special oil characteristic (low linolenic acid content) and good adaptability to environments throughout the Pacific Northwest Region (Idaho, Oregon, and Washington).