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Quantification of carbonyl compounds in oxidized low linolenate, high stearate and common soybean oils


, : Quantification of carbonyl compounds in oxidized low linolenate, high stearate and common soybean oils. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 64(5): 622, 624

Studies of oils from 2 commercial cultivars, a mutant with low linolenic acid content (18:3 ~ 3.8%) and a mutant with high stearic acid content (18:0 ~ 24%) indicated that the oxidized oil low in linolenic acid produced fewer carbonyls and had a lower carbonyl content than oils with normal linolenic acid content (7-9%).


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