Exploring Phylogenetic Relationships between Hundreds of Plant Fatty Acids Synthesized by Thousands of Plants. more details ...
Abstract The chemical composition of bitter almond, plum and mango kernels and the physico-chemical characteristics of their lipids were studied. Bitter almond and plum kernels contained higher amounts of lipids in comparison to mango kernels. All kernel lipids were found free from hydrocyanic acid. The predominant lipid class of the studied kernel lipids was triglycerides. Oleic acid was the major fatty acid present in bitter almond and plum kernel lipids, while mango kernel lipids were rich in stearic and oleic acid.
Citation

Authors: Abd Aal, M. H. El; Gomaa, E. G.; Karara, H. A.

Journal: Fett Wiss. Technol.

Year: 1987

Volume: 89

Page: 304-306

UID: PFA:10012

DOI: 10.1002/lipi.19870890803

SOFA citation(s)

Authors: Abd El Aal, M. H. Gomaa, E. G. et al.

Journal: Fat. Sci. Technol.

Year: 1987

Volume: 89

Page: 304

Authors: Abd El Aal, M. H.

Journal: Fat Sci. Technol.

Year: 1987

Volume: 89

Page: 304

SOFA Table(s)
Plants
Genus Species Order Family Data Points
Prunus communis Rosales Rosaceae 8
Prunus domestica Rosales Rosaceae 16