Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp 15–17 | Cite as

Composition of the phospholipids of Gossypium barbadense

  • Kh. Karshiev
  • L. A. Shustanova
  • S. T. Akramov
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Summary

1. The combined phospholipids of the seed kernels of the cotton plant have been completely freed from accompanying carbohydrates by gel filtration on Molselekt G-25.

2. It has been established by two-dimensional chromatography in a thin layer of silica gel that the phospholipids of the seed kernels of the cotton plant of thin-fibered variety 5904-I consist of X1- and X2-polygly cerophosphatides (2.4 and 7.1%, respectively), phosphatidylethanolamines (14.1%), phosphatidylcholines (50.4%), phosphatidylinositols (20.4%), and lysophosphatidylcholines (5.6%).

3. The accompanying substances of the phospholipids of the cotton plant form two groups each of steroids and disaccharides.

Keywords

Cotton Plant Total Phospholipid Seed Kernel Phosphatidylinositols Accompany Substance 

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  • Kh. Karshiev
  • L. A. Shustanova
  • S. T. Akramov

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