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oleic

(ō-lē′ĭk) [L. oleum, oil]
Derived from or pert. to oil.
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Cargill focuses on developing seeds that will grow disease-resistant and high-yielding crops in a variety of regions, and improve the oil profile of high oleic canola.
Most of these applications have expanded moderately; however, demand for oleic acid in oilfield applications holds special importance.
Oleic acid is a beneficial monounsaturated fatty acid, and the high oleic acid levels in the peanut make its oil a heart-healthy one for consumers.
Finally, since it will take a few years to ramp up high oleic soybean production to provide an economical alternative to food processors, we believe any final FDA determination on the matter should reflect this timeframe.
The significance of linoleic acid, oleic acid, and DHEA-S was assessed with analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) by adjusting for potential covariates [body mass index (BMI), TG, total cholesterol (TC), 2-h PG, blood pressure, and insulin].
Ammonium acetate, Bradford reagent, cytochalasin-B, cytochrome-C, DPPH, Dulbecco's Minimum Essential Medium Eagle (DMEM), fetal bovine serum (FBS), trypsin, EDTA, glutathione, hydrogen peroxide, insulin, M'TT, NADPH, oleic acid, thiobarbituric acid, xanthine and xanthine oxidase were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
high level of production and usage of sunflower oil in food industry was due to high content of oleic acids and linoleic which both of them account for about 90% of the total fatty acids [2].
Oleic acid and potassium chloride aerosols were introduced, and the upstream and downstream particle concentrations were measured with optical particle counters with the channels as required in the standard.
Norfolk-based cold pressed rapeseed oil producer, Larchwood Foods, has launched two oils, Larchwood Foods Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil and Larchwood Foods Extra Virgin High Oleic Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, which have been developed to meet the specific requirements of the food manufacturing sector.
Two specific items studied were self-reported intake of olive oil and plasma oleic acid levels (an indirect indicator of olive oil intake).
1) triglyceride consists of saturated acids: saturated stearic, monounsaturated oleic and polyunsaturated linoleic.