Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp 243–245 | Cite as

The oils of some plants of the family Malvaceae

  • A. U. Umarov
  • T. V. Chernenko
  • A. L. Markman
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Summary

1. The physical and chemical properties and the fatty-acid and glyceride compositions of the oils of four plants of the family Malvaceae have been studied. They all belong to the palmito-oleo-linoleic group.

2. Their glyceride structure does not correspond to the principle of statistical distribution, since almost all the unsaturated-acid radicals are concentrated in the β position.

Keywords

Glyceride Gossypol Lauric Acid Palmitoleic Acid Behenic Acid 

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© Consultants Bureau, a division of Plenum Publishing Corporation 1973

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. U. Umarov
  • T. V. Chernenko
  • A. L. Markman

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