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Lesquerella as a source of hydroxy fatty acids for industrial projects

United States. Lesquerella Task Force

Lesquerella as a source of hydroxy fatty acids for industrial projects

by United States. Lesquerella Task Force

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research Service in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oilseed plants -- Research,
  • Oil industries,
  • Fatty acids

  • Edition Notes

    StatementU.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research Service, in conjunction with the Agricultural Research Service, Economic Research Service, and University of Missouri
    SeriesGrowing industrial materials series
    ContributionsUnited States. Cooperative State Research Service
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14436388M

    Miranda et al. [47] investigated the interactions between water and fatty acids as the monolayer changes from neutral to negatively charged soaps and concluded that the fatty acid monolayer is half-ionized at a pH as high as –12, as compared to the pKa of acids in bulk water of /5(1). BIT' s 3rd World Congress of Industrial Biotechnology (ibio) Time: July , Place: Dalian, China Metabolic Engineering Pathways in Lesquerella Fendleri (L.) for Safe Hydroxy Fatty Acid Production Dr. Grace Chen, Research Plant Physiologist, U S Department of Agriculture, USA Production of Omega-3 Fatty Acids by.

    ASB members receive the SOUTHEASTERN BIOLOGY as part of their membership dues. For non-members, the cost is $ per issue. All contributions, inquiries about missing numbers and other matters should be addressed to the Print Editor. News items should be sent to the News Editor. Send books to be reviewed to the Book Review Editor. Ricin, a lectin (a carbohydrate-binding protein) produced in the seeds of the castor oil plant, Ricinus communis, is a highly potent toxin. New!!: Castor oil and Ricin See more» Ricinoleic acid. Ricinoleic acid, formally called hydroxycis-octadecenoic acid is a fatty acid. New!!: Castor oil and Ricinoleic acid See more» Ricinolein.

    Commodity oils containing uncommon FA, such as castor (90% hydroxy- oleate) and tung (up to 80% conjugated FA), have no nutritive value, but due to the unusual properties of the FA, they prove very useful for industrial applications. It is the chemical functionality of a vegetable oil that can make it useful to industry; chemical. The seeds contain up to 25% oil rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids. The major fatty acids are linoleic acid (%), y-linolenic acid (GLA, %), and oleic acid (%) (2). The oil also contains smaller amounts of palmitic and stearic acid (20).


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Lesquerella as a source of hydroxy fatty acids for industrial projects by United States. Lesquerella Task Force Download PDF EPUB FB2

Lesquerella as a source of hydroxy fatty acids for industrial projects. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research Service, (OCoLC) Lesquerella and the closely related genus Physaria are prime candidates as a new, alternative source of hydroxy fatty acids (HFA) for industrial uses.

At present, castor oil is the only natural. PDF | Hydroxy fatty acids (HFAs) are valuable industrial raw materials used in many industries. Physaria lindheimeri accumulates over 80% HFA, in the |.

Preface. Chapter 1. The Composition of Acylglycerols in Castor Oil and Their Biosynthetic Pathway (pp. ) Jiann-Tsyh Lin. Chapter 2.

Quantification of the Molecular Species of Acylglycerols Containing Hydroxy Fatty Acids in Lesquerella Oil Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (pp. Lesquerella, a potential new oilseed crop for producing industrial bioproducts.

ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting.[Abstract]. Quantification of the molecular species of acylglycerols containing hydroxy fatty acids in lesquerella oils using high-performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry - (Book / Chapter).

Introduction. Ricinoleic acid (12‐ d ‐hydroxy‐octadeca‐cis‐9‐enoic acid: ‐OH) is an important natural product with great value as a petrochemical replacement in a variety of industrial processes.

Its derivatives are found in products such as lubricants, nylon, dyes, soaps, inks, adhesives and bio‐diesel (Caupin, ).Currently, the only commercial source of ricinoleic Cited by: United States Cooperative State Research Service.

Lesquerella as a source of hydroxy fatty acids for industrial projects by United States (Book) 2 editions published United States Cooperative State Research Service. United States. Department of Agriculture. Castor oil is well known as a source of ricinoleic acid, a monounsaturated, carbon fatty fatty acids, ricinoleic acid is unusual in that it has a hydroxyl functional group on the 12th carbon.

This functional group causes ricinoleic acid (and castor oil) to be more polar than most fats. The chemical reactivity of the alcohol group also allows chemical derivatization that.

Synthesis and physical properties of estolides from lesquerella and castor fatty acid esters. Industrial Crops and Products.

SEED YIELD, OIL, AND FATTY ACIDS OF CUPHEA IN THE NORTHWESTERN CORN BELT-(Peer Reviewed Journal) Forcella, F., Gesch, R.W., Isbell, T. Seed yield, oil, and fatty acids of cuphea in the northwestern Corn Belt. The chemistry of new industrial oilseed crops is outlined with reference to seed oils of 11 Cuphea spp.

as potential sources of medium chain triglycerides, seed oils of Umbelliferae as sources of adipic and lauric acids, seed oils of Limnanthes alba and Lesquerella spp. as a source of hydroxy acids, Simmondsia chinensis for jojoba oil, high-erucic acid sources including Crambe Cited by: The status of US research into domestication and commercialization of several new arid land crops is examined.

The crops currently under active investigation are guayule (Parthenium argentatum) for rubber production, jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) for liquid wax and Lesquerella fendleri for hydroxy fatty acids.

Programmes which are at present inactive involve buffalo Cited by: Lesquerella, Physaria fendleri (A. Gray) S.

Watson, is a mustard native to the western United States and is currently being developed as a commercial source of valuable hydroxy fatty acids that can be used in a number of industrial applications, including biolubricants, biofuel additives, motor oils, resins, waxes, nylons, plastics, corrosion.

Full text of "New crops new uses new markets: industrial and commercial products from US agriculture" See other formats. Biosynthesis of Fatty-Acid Derived Metabolites. As initial points of departure from primary metabolism, three fatty acids comprise the roots of most acetylenic natural products: crepenynic acid (2E), stearolic acid (5A) and tariric acid (5T) (Fig.

1).In this section, we will provide a brief overview of their biosynthetic pathways, the major types of metabolic transformations. Lesquerella is valued for its unusual hydroxy fatty acid (HFA) lesquerolic acid (OH).

The conventional source of HFA is ricinoleic acid (OH) from castor (Ricinus communis) oil. Ricinoleic acid and its derivatives are used as raw materials for numerous industrial products, such as lubricants, plasticizers, and surfactants.

The production. Ayerza R, Coates W () Omega-3 enriched eggs: the influence of dietary alpha-linolenic fatty acid source on egg production and composition.

Can J Anim Sci – CrossRef Google Scholar Ayerza R, Coates W () Dietary levels of chia: influence on hen weight, egg production and sensory quality, for two strains of by: 5.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Industrial Uses of Vegetable Oils offers new insights into these important (and growing) products of vegetable oils.

The author focuses on recent research and development of new industrial products, including the use of vegetable oils in paint and coatings, printing inks, engine oils, and biodiesel for heating and engine applications. The fatty acid compositions of developing seeds and mature leaves were analysed by GC-MS (Fig.

1c,d and Supplementary Fig. S1).At 6 DAF, the relative amount of saturated fatty acids, such as Cited by: 5. Cuphea, grown in Minnesota and North Dakota, serves as the source of an oil with essentially no history of industrial use. The oil is rich in capric acid (%) with smaller amounts of other short chain fatty acids.

The oil also contains about 10% C18 unsaturated fatty acids. Profiling of total lipid and fatty acid composition in is developing seeds. Accumulation patterns of oil and fatty acids during five different developing stages of is seeds (6, 12, 18, 24, 30 days after flowering) were studied by analysing their total lipid content and fatty acid composition.

During seed development, total lipid accumulation paralleled seed Cited by: 5.Saturated fatty acids are synthesized de novo by multifunctional fatty acid synthase complexes, which append in a head-to-tail fashion malonyl units to a growing acyl chain. In most eukaryotes, this chemistry occurs in the cytosol; the major exception is green plants, where saturated fatty acids originate from the stroma of plastids ().The well-established series of four reactions Cited by: Project Methods Improve the fuel properties and combustion characteristics of vegetable oils (emphasizing soybean oil) and their derivatives as alternative fuels, extenders, and additives in the operation of compression ignition (diesel) engines for on road and off road applications.

Address technical problems identified by stakeholders and customers.