Oxytriglycerides of the seed oil of the Tashkent-1 variety of cotton plant
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Mono (hydroxyperoxy) octadecadienoyldiacyl triglycerides have been isolated from the seed oil of the cotton plant Tashkent-1, their amount in the oil being about 3%. It has been established that the hydroperoxyoctadecadienoyl radical is localized mainly in the α position of the oxy-TGs. On the basis of the fatty-acid composition and the results of enzymatic hydrolysis, the proportions of the 15 possible types of oxytriglycerides have been calculated.
KeywordsPolyol Cotton Plant Ethylenic Bond Chromatographic Mobility Caustic Potash
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