unsaturated fatty acid


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  • noun

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a fatty acid whose carbon chain can absorb additional hydrogen atoms

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These results indicate that the level of unsaturated fatty acids is homeostatically regulated in tissues (34).
The animal fat provides the saturated fatty acid, while the plant oil provides the unsaturated fatty acid generally.
Their study showed that high amount of vitamin E decreased unsaturated fatty acid in mithocondry wall [15].
Consumer concerns over dietary-fat have led to the development of meat products containing healthier unsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic acid.
It may then be reasonable to assume that feeding WCS results in more free unsaturated fatty acids within the rumen.
Increasing dietary concentrations of unsaturated fatty acids decreases milk C14:0 and C16:0 levels (Palmquist et al.
1984) studied unsaturated fatty acid metabolism for the rumen fungus Piromonas communis by using [sup.
Researchers are able to make triglycerides using this technique when the substances have medium- or short-chain fatty acids at the two and one primary chemical positions, and an unsaturated fatty acid with a chain length of at least 18 carbons at the remaining primary position.
Researchers are able to make triglycerides using this technique when the substances have medium- and/or short-chain fatty acids at the two and one primary chemical positions, and an unsaturated fatty acid with a chain length of at least 18 carbons at the remaining primary position.
4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dimer acid, often referred to as dimerized fatty acids, are a class of dicarboxylic acids that are synthesized by clay catalysed oilgomerization of unsaturated fatty acids (C18).
Objective: Seafood is a major source in the human diet of Omega 3 long-chain poly unsaturated fatty acids -such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)- , which plays a very important role in human health.
Nuts are rich in nutrients, such as unsaturated fatty acids, fiber, vitamins, phenolic [compounds,] arginine, and other phytochemicals.
This is in part due to their high levels of protein and unsaturated fatty acids.
According [7], the content of unsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) were higher in the fish oil causes susceptible to oxidative damage and produce bad odor.