Exploring Phylogenetic Relationships between Hundreds of Plant Fatty Acids Synthesized by Thousands of Plants. more details ...
Abstract Four egyptian varieties of sesame seeds were analysed chemically and the kernels percentafe were deterined. The average data showed the following: kernels 95.4%, ether extract 54.54%, protein 22.42%, ash 5.10%,l crude fibre 5.59%, arbohydrate 12.36% and oxalic acid 1.78%. The average fatty acids content of sesame oil was the following: Oleic 41.98%, linoleic 35.7%, palmitis 15.42%, stearic 5.8% and linolenic 1.1%. The average percentages of the essential amino acids content of sesame protein were the following: arginine 12.7, histidine 2.58, isoleucine 3.75, leucine 6.7, lysine 3.15, methionine 3.75, cystine 2.03, phenylalanine 4.3, threonine 3.75, tryptophan 2.32 and valine 4.28.
Citation

Authors: Abdel Rahman, A. H. Y.

Journal: Grasas Aceites

Year: 1984

Volume: 35

Page: 119

UID: WOS:A1984SX51700008

SOFA citation(s)

Authors: Abdel Rahman, A. H. Y.

Journal: Grasas Aceites

Year: 1984

Volume: 35

Page: 119

SOFA Table(s)
Plants
Genus Species Order Family Data Points
Sesamum indicum Lamiales Pedaliaceae 7