cottonseed oil


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cottonseed oil

 
a fixed oil from seeds of cultivated varieties of the cotton plant, (Gossypium); used as a solvent and vehicle for drugs.

cot·ton·seed oil

(kot'ŏn-sēd oyl),
The refined fixed oil obtained from the seed of cultivated plants of various varieties of Gossypium hirsutum or of other species of Gossypium (family Malvaceae); a solvent.

cot·ton·seed oil

(kot'ŏn-sēd oyl)
The refined fixed oil obtained from the seed of cultivated plants of various varieties of Gossypium hirsutum or of other species of Gossypium; a solvent.
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The researchers speculate that a specific type of fatty acid called dihydrosterculic acid, which is present in cottonseed oil but not in olive oil, may prevent triglyceride accumulation.
The analysis of the epoxidized oils showed that sunflower oil exhibited the highest number of oxirane groups (epoxy groups) as displayed by the FTIR scan of the three oils followed by the sesame oil and cottonseed oil (Figure 1).
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Keywords: Cottonseed oil, Physiochemical parameters, Fatty acid composition.
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Omega-6: Found in high concentrations in processed foods and in vegetable oils such as corn oil, safflower oil, cottonseed oil and sunflower oil, omega-6 fatty acids convert to beneficial arachidonic acid in the body.
Keywords Cottonseed oil, Hydroxylation, Crosslink density, Mechanical properties
Cottonseed oil and seed cotton yield are the complex characters and directly affected by the various seed and yield related traits.
In December a factory owner was sentenced to 16 years in prison for selling olive oil adulterated with cheap cottonseed oil and banned colouring agent copper chlorophyllin.
Meanwhile, businessmen from China, Russia, UK, the UAE, Turkey and Azerbaijan purchased confectionery, refined cottonseed oil, karakul wool, as well as truck transport for over 6.38 million manat ($2.24 million).
Media revealed in October that Chang Chi adulterated premium olive oil and other oil products with less expensive cottonseed oil, and even with potentially harmful chemicals, including copper chlorophyllin, while selling them as 100 percent pure products.
There's nothing like what Wicked calls "rich, dark chocolate cake shells with light, fluffy cream filling" to make you shout "Whoopie!" Of course, you might shout something else if you realized that you're eating sugar, white flour, modified food starch, eggs, partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil, and sodium stearoyl lactylate.