Seed oils of four species of the family Caprifoliaceae
The fatty-acid and triglyceride compositions of the oils of the seeds of four species of Central Asian representatives of the family Caprifoliaceae have been studied. A great diversity of the fatty acids in the oil ofSambucus nigra has been established; this differs from the other oils studied by a high content of linolenic acid (more than 30%). It has been shown that the distribution of the acyl radicals in the triglycerides corresponds to the law of random distribution. All the oils contain about 1–2% of hydroxy keto acids occupying the β-position in the triglycerides.
KeywordsMaleic Anhydride Azelaic Acid Monocarboxylic Acid Behenic Acid Triglyceride Composition
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