Lipids of the petals ofCarthamus tinctorius
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The following compounds have been identified in the lipids of the petals ofCarthamus tinctorius: C32 and C29 isoparaffins; free fatty acids, the main component of which is palmitic acid; 33 esters of phytol, esterified with three groups of fatty acids — paraffinic, isoparaffinic, and monoenoic of the C9–C26 series; and β-sitosterol and its β-D-glucopyranoside.
KeywordsFree Fatty Acid Phytol Petroleum Ether Extract Barium Acetate Fatty Methyl Ester
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