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Quantification of linolenic acid isomers by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry and deconvolution of overlapping chromatographic peaks.
The last column shows genotypic correlations of independent variables with erucic acid correlation with linolenic acid.
According to this result sunflower oil was more suitable than soybean oil due to the lower content of linolenic acid and more resistance to oxidation.
2] seeds were chipped from each population, then chips were express shipped to Columbia, MO, and analyzed for linolenic acid concentration.
Growers will plant about 16,187 hectares (40,000 acres) of the one percent linolenic acid varieties in 2004 to obtain the seed needed for large-scale oil production in 2005," Fehr says.
In fact, our bodies also need gamma linolenic acid (GLA), and omega-6 fat that isn't found in either flax or fish oils.
Premier was selected as an adapted cultivar with high oil content and low linolenic acid content in the seed oil.
Linolenic acid naturally occurs in soybeans at a level of 7- to 8-percent.
Because it's rich in linolenic acid, an unstable fat that generates off-flavors when heated to high frying temperatures.
Long-term, QUALISOY plans to develop a pipeline of enhanced compositional traits that improve the health attributes of soybean oil and soybean meal, such as lower saturated fat, reduced linolenic acid levels and higher metabolizable energy levels in soy meal.
Grasses and clovers are good sources of linolenic acid, one of the polyunsaturated fatty acids that are generally seen as beneficial in the human diet and we've found that cows pass this compound through to their milk,'' he said.