An investigation of the structure of the phospholipids of the cotton plant of variety Tashkent-2
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1. The fatty-acid compositions of the total phospholipids of the seed kernels of the cotton plant of variety Tashkent-2, after the elimination of carbohydrates, and of their main components have been studied.
2. It has been found that at 37–38°C the time of enzymatic hydrolysis is considerably shortened.
3. A study of the products of acid and enzymatic hydrolysis has shown the structure of the individual phospholipids.
KeywordsEnzymatic Hydrolysis Cotton Plant Total Phospholipid Saturated Form Seed Kernel
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