Increase of erucic acid content in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) through the combination with genes for high oleic acid:
Increase of erucic acid content in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) through the combination with genes for high oleic acid: Nurtjahjo Dwi Sasongko
5-Aminolevulinic Acid and Salt Tolerance in Oilseed Rape:Ameliorating Role of 5-Aminolevulinic Acid in Oilseed Rape Grown under Saline Conditions Muhammad Shahbaz Naeem, Rashid Ahmad, Weijun Zhou
Effects of lipids from various oilseeds supplied in different forms on ruminal biohydrogenation of fatty acids in vitro and on milk production and milk fatty acid composition of dairy cows:
Effects of lipids from various oilseeds supplied in different forms on ruminal biohydrogenation of fatty acids in vitro and on milk production and milk fatty acid composition of dairy cows: Achim Hoffmann
Fruit Oils: Chemistry and Functionality presents a comprehensive overview of recent advances in the chemistry and functionality of lipid bioactive phytochemicals found in fruit oils. The chapters in this text examine the composition, physicochemical characteristics and organoleptic attributes of each of the major fruit oils. The nutritional quality, oxidative stability, and potential food and non-foodapplications of these oils are also extensively covered. The potential health benefits of the bioactive lipids found in these fruit oils are also a focus of this text. For each oil presented, the levels of omega -9, omega -6 and omega -3 fatty acids are specified, indicating the level of health-promoting traits exhibited in each. The oils and fats extracted from fruits generally differ from one another both in terms of their major and minor bioactive constituents. The methods used to extract oils and fats as well as the processing techniques such as refining, bleaching and deodorization affect their major and minor constituents. In addition, different post-processing treatments of fruit oils and fats may alert or degrade important bioactive constituents. Treatments such as heating, frying, cooking and storage and major constituents such as sterols and tocols are extensively covered in this text. Although there have been reference works published on the composition and biological properties of lipids from oilseeds, there is currently no book focused on the composition and functionality of fruit oils. Fruit Oils: Chemistry and Functionality aims to fill this gap for researchers, presenting a detailed overview of the chemical makeup and functionality of all the important fruit oils.