Influence of the degree of ripeness of cotton seeds on the fatty acid composition of the lipids
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The total fatty acids of cotton seeds include 31 components. The 18:3 acid that is the main component of the early-ripe seeds is present mostly in the mono-, di-, and triacylglycerides. The distribution of the fatty acids in the triacylglycerides of the early-ripe seeds is not characterized by selectivity.
KeywordsFatty Acid Composition Total Lipid Total Fatty Acid Unsaturated Acid Cotton Seed
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