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The studies of evening primrose oil in korea iv. contents of gamma linolenic acid in korean and chinese evening primrose oil



The studies of evening primrose oil in korea iv. contents of gamma linolenic acid in korean and chinese evening primrose oil



Seoul National University Journal of Agricultural Sciences 13(2): 17-20



This experiment was conducted to investigate the contents of gamma-linolenic acid in evening primrose oil collected from Suwon and Chunchun in Korea, and Kwangdong and Whanam are in China. Evening primrose oils were analyzed by gas chromatography. The contents of gamma-linolenic acid in Evening Primrose Oils of Suwon, Chunchun, Kwangdong and Whanam area were 9.56%, 9.84%, 9.47% and 9.57, respectively.

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