Compositional Variation In Seed Oils Of The Crepis Genus

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Agronomic Evaluation of Prospective New Crop Species

seed oils were given preliminary agro-nomic evaluation (4). Of this group, Crepis alpina L. offers the best potential for crop development. The seeds contain 16-18% oil, and the oil contains 70-75% crepenynic acid, much more than in oil of other species (2). In contrast to other Crepis species, seed retention is excellent.

Compositional variation in seed oils of the

Compositional Variation in Seed Oils of the Crepis Genus F. R. Earle, ~ A. S. Barclay 2 and I. A. Wolff, 1 Northern Regional Research Laboratory, Peoria, Illinois; New CroDs Research Branch, Beltsville, Maryland ABSTRACT Seed oils from eight species of the genus Crepis (family Compositae) fall into three

International Journal Of Herbal Medicine Core

May 22, 2021 processing technique. Finally, the book includes methods for the analysis of seed and nut-related compounds. Written for nutrition researchers, nutritionists, food scientists, government regulators of food, and students of agriculture, oils and feeds, nutrition and life sciences, this book is sure to be a welcomed resource.