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Linoleic acid changed between 41.55 ('65/4') and 59.89% ('Malatya 1') Linolenic acid values of 'Tokat 1'and '65/4' genotypes had the highest (11.0 and 10.10%, respectively), while 'Sebin' had the lowest linolenic acid (8.44%).
EPO is also a source of gamma linolenic acid (GLA), responsible for the production of a prostaglandin, PGE1 - known for easing inflammation and thinning the blood, so it protects the heart to.
According to Emken, salad dressings containing soybean oil have about 7 to 8 percent linolenic acid. Soybean oil in shortening and hard margarine contains about 3 per cent linolenic acid.
Kenny, et al., "Gamma Linolenic Acid with Tamoxifen as Primary Therapy in Breast Cancer," Int.
THE PRODUCTION of soybeans containing low linolenic acid levels in the oil fraction is desirable for the demands of modern markets.
TABLE: ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS Essential Fatty Acids AE Alpha-Linolenic Acid Linoleic Acid (18:3n-3) (18:2n-6) Number of Carbons 18 18 Number of Double Bonds 3 2 Omega Designation Omega-3 Omega-6 Category Long Chain Long Chain Polyunsaturated Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid Fatty Acid Significant Related EPA (20:5n-3) GLA (18:3n-6) Fatty Acids Eicosapentanoic Acid Gamma Linolenic Acid DHA (22:6n-3) CLA (18:2n-6) Docosahexanoic Acid Conjugated Linoleic Acid Dietary Sources Flaxseed Meat Rapeseed Peanuts Walnuts Corn Microalgae Soy Fatty Cold Water Farmed salmon Fish Relative Prevalence Low High in U.S.
They are also working to lower linolenic acid for flavor stability and to increase oleic acid, thus reducing or even eliminating the need to hydrogenate soybean oil for use in many foods.
Evening Primrose Oil is a rich source of the Omega-6 essential fatty acid GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid) and may help to ease premenstrual tension.
They identified trace metals from the processing equipment and naturally present linolenic acid as sources of off-flavors.
"Flax-Based Omega 3 Alpha Linolenic Acid: The Shape of Things to Come," highlights key benefits of flax-based omega 3 ALA and discusses its market sustainability in terms of exceeding the demands of current and potential consumers.
OLEIC ACID (18:1) is a monounsaturated fatty acid, whereas linoleic acid (18:2) and linolenic acid (18:3) are polyunsaturated.
There is one omega-6, however, called gamma linolenic acid (GLA) with an impressive set of disease-fighting powers.