linolenate


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linolenate

/li·no·le·nate/ (lĭ-no´lĕ-nāt) a salt (soap), ester, or anionic form of linolenic acid.

linolenate

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Previous investigations have confirmed that, desaturation of oleic acid (18C:1) to linoleic acid (18C:2) or linolenate acid (18C:3) is catalyzed by fatty acid desaturase 2 (FAD2) and FAD3, respectively (Sperling and Heinz,1993; Okuley et al.
Methyl linolenate (99% purity) was purchased from Sigma and used as received.
The order of major components was methyl linoleate followed by methyl octadecadienoate and ethyl linolenate.
We quantified 9 FAEE (ethyl laurate, ethyl myristate, ethyl linolenate, ethyl palmitoleate, ethyl arachidonate, ethyl linoleate, ethyl palmitate, ethyl oleate, and ethyl stearate), EtG, and EtS from a single 0.
Unsaturated fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) like methyl oleate (C18-1) methyl linoleate (C18-2) and methyl linolenate (C18-3) are widely used in the production of epoxy-plasticizer dimer acids low melting-point biodiesel and so on.
The plots were analyzed for palmitate, stearate, oleate, linoleate, and linolenate content with two five-seed bulk samples.
Low linolenate sources at the fan locus in soybean lines M-5 and IL-8.
Human serum contains a mixture of 6 FFAs: palmitate (25%), stearate (10%), oleate (38%), linoleate (22%), arachidonate (3%), and linolenate (2%) (13).
Development of a reduced linolenate soy mutant by re-irradiation and its genetic analysis.
The contents of palmitate, stearate, and linolenate in the transgressive segregates were similar to one of the two parents.
The fatty acid profile of S01-9269 in percent averaged over nine locations for palmitate, stearate, oleate, linoleate, and linolenate were 4.