Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 467–470 | Cite as

Isolation of the phospholipids of the cotton plant and their composition

  • L. A. Shustanova
  • A. Sh. Isamukhamedov
  • S. T. Akramov


The yields of the free and bound lipids of the seed kernels of cotton plants of varieties S-4727 and S-6029 have been determined by their successive treatment with selective solvent, and the total and fractional proportions of lipid phosphorus have been found.

The phospholipids have been solated and their group composition has been determined; it has been established that the main components are phosphatidylcholines, phosphatidylinositols, and phosphatidylethanolamines, while polyglycerophosphatides, lysophosphatidylcholines, and unidentified polar phospholipid are present in small amounts.

The fatty-acid compositions of the free and bound lipids and phospholipids have been studied.


Glyceride Gossypol Cotton Plant Seed Kernel Lipid Phosphorus 


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  • L. A. Shustanova
  • A. Sh. Isamukhamedov
  • S. T. Akramov

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