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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 25, Issue 3, pp 293–299 | Cite as

Lipids of the fruit of Citrus unshiu

  • A. A. Kolesnik
  • V. N. Golubev
  • Yu. V. Meteshkin
  • T. V. Sprinsyan
  • G. R. Papunidze
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Abstract

The compositions and the amounts of various groups of liposoluble compounds in the component elements of the fruits ofCitrus unshiu Marc. [satsuna variety of mandarin orange] — the flavedo, the albedo, the membrane, and the flesh — have been determined by chromatographic and chemical methods. About 30 groups of lipid compounds belonging to the classes of neutral lipids and glyco- and phospholipids have been identified and characterized. The fatty-acid compositions of the main classes of lipids have been studied. About 30 different carotenoids have been determined in the various elements of the satsuma orange.

Keywords

Lipid Organic Chemistry Carotenoid Chemical Method Neutral Lipid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. A. Kolesnik
  • V. N. Golubev
  • Yu. V. Meteshkin
  • T. V. Sprinsyan
  • G. R. Papunidze

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