Exploring Phylogenetic Relationships between Hundreds of Plant Fatty Acids Synthesized by Thousands of Plants. more details ...
Abstract Oil extracted from C. dolichostyla seeds constituted 31·2% of the whole seed. Results of the physical and chemical analyses of the oil for iodine number, saponification number, Hehner value, Reichert-Meissl number and refractive index compared well with the characteristics of other commonly consumed vegetable oils. Thin-layer chromatography, in conjunction with gas-liquid chromatography, revealed a relatively high degree of unsaturation, 84·1%, with a linoleic acid content of 52·2 followed by oleic, 30·6%; palmitic, 10·1%; stearic, 4·49% and linolenic, 1·17%. Based on these data, C. dolichostyla seed oil might have potential as an edible oil for human and/or animal consumption. However, toxicity studies on the safety of this oil are still needed. © 1984.
Citation

Authors: Ahmad, S.; Sawaya, W. N.; Karim, A. M. A.

Journal: Food Chemistry

Year: 1984

Volume: 14

Page: 21-26

UID: WOS:A1984SL69500003

URL: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-48749141081&partnerID=40&md5=9513d52ccf6cdc24e15fbbe7986319e3

DOI: 10.1016/0308-8146(84)90014-1

SOFA citation(s)

Authors: Ahmad, S. et al.

Journal: Food Chem.

Year: 1984

Volume: 14

Page: 21

SOFA Table(s)
Plants
Genus Species Order Family Data Points
Cleome dolichostyla Brassicales Cleomaceae 6