Effect of the irradiation of cotton seeds with pulses of concentrated light on the composition of the cottonseed oil
The presowing irradiation of cotton seeds with pulses of concentrated light (PCL) causes a change in a number of indices of the oil. When the seeds are stored, oxidative processes in them are intensified. In the oil of the harvested seeds some indices are restored.
KeywordsLipase Moisture Content Gossypol Cotton Seed I000 Seed
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