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The triglyceride of palmitic acid occurring in palm oil.
palmitin /pal·mi·tin/ (pal´mĭ-tin) glyceryl tripalmitate; a crystallizable and saponifiable fat from various fats and oils.
a triglyceride consisting of palmitic acid present in palm oil and other vegetable and animal fats.
glycerol tripalmitate, one of the common fats in animal fat. A crystallizable and saponifiable substance.
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The calibration study was also expanded beyond an analysis of monomers: a comparison of standards based on tripalmitin
and triolein also showed no significance difference at 1.
The total lipid concentration of the eggs was determined by the sulfuric acid-charring technique of Marsh & Weinstein (1966) using tripalmitin
as the standard after extracting lipids according to the methods of Bligh and Dyer (1959).
5% of dietary lipid from either tripalmitin
(TP), soybean oil (SO), linseed oil (LO), or 20:5n-3-enriched fish oil (FO), respectively, and were reared for 120 days in a recirculation water system.