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Biodiesel from plant seed oils as an alternate fuel for compression ignition engines-a review.
Vijayakumar C, et al. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int 2016 - Review. PMID 27743330
Plant seed oils (vegetable oils) are cleaner, sustainable, and renewable. So, it can be the most suitable alternative fuel for compression ignition (CI) engines. This paper reviews the availability of different types of plant seed oils, several methods for production of biodiesel from vegetable oils, and its properties. ...
Plant seed oils (vegetable oils) are cleaner, sustainable, and renewable. So, it can be the most suitable alternative f
Lipidomic Analysis of Oxidized Fatty Acids in Plant and Algae Oils.
Richardson CE, et al. J Agric Food Chem 2017. PMID 28157307 Free PMC article.
Linoleic acid (LA) and α-linolenic acid (ALA) in plant or algae oils are precursors to oxidized fatty acid metabolites known as oxylipins. ...These findings suggest that oils represent a dietary source of LA and ALA derived oxylipins and that the response of oils to short-term heating does not differ among the various oils....
Linoleic acid (LA) and α-linolenic acid (ALA) in plant or algae oils are precursors to oxidized fatty acid metabolites known a …
Fatty acid profile of new promising unconventional plant oils for cosmetic use.
Bialek A, et al. Int J Cosmet Sci 2016. PMID 26659407
Due to lack of good scientific reports on the cosmetic plant oils available in Poland, the aim of our research was to characterize fatty acids (FA) profile and oxidative quality of selected unconventional plant oils, which are used as cosmetics or potential cosmetic ingredients. ...RESULTS: Oxidative quality and FA composition of examined oils varied widely among analyzed oils. Cluster analysis revealed three clusters. ...
Due to lack of good scientific reports on the cosmetic plant oils available in Poland, the aim of our research was to characte …
The Effect of PUFA-Rich Plant Oils and Bioactive Compounds Supplementation in Pig Diet on Color Parameters and Myoglobin Status in Long-Frozen Pork Meat.
Pogorzelska-Nowicka E, et al. Molecules 2018. PMID 29693580 Free PMC article.
The results indicate that the presence of oils rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in pig diet improves the color of pork meat. Supplementation of dietary plant oils or dietary oils with antioxidants tended to increase significantly the concentration of oxymyoglobin and decrease the concentration of metmyoglobin in meat compared to the control group. ...
The results indicate that the presence of oils rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) in pig diet improves the color of pork meat …
Physicochemical characterization of kappa-carrageenan (Euchema cottoni) based films incorporated with various plant oils.
R NFN and Nur Hanani ZA. Carbohydr Polym 2017. PMID 27987859
The incorporation of plant oils increased the film thickness significantly (P<0.05). However, the moisture content, solubility and tensile strength of films decreased significantly (P<0.05) as plant oils were added. The incorporation of plant oils also contributed to a plasticizing effect, whereby the values for elongation at break increased significantly (P<0.05), from 22.3% to 108.8%. ...
The incorporation of plant oils increased the film thickness significantly (P<0.05). However, the moisture content, solubil …
[Study on Raman Spectra of Some Animal and Plant Oils].
Wang X and Dai CJ. Guang Pu Xue Yu Guang Pu Fen Xi 2015. PMID 26197577 Japanese.
The spectral characteristics of different kinds of oil, either from plant seeds or animal fat, were studied with Raman spectroscopy. ...The spectra were analyzed and compared with each other in three parts: the Raman spectra comparison among different samples of plant oils, the analysis of the animal fat and the comparison between plant oils and the animal fat. ...
The spectral characteristics of different kinds of oil, either from plant seeds or animal fat, were studied with Raman spectroscopy. …
Natural Organochlorines as Precursors of 3-Monochloropropanediol Esters in Vegetable Oils.
Tiong SH, et al. J Agric Food Chem 2018. PMID 29260544
To investigate organochlorine compounds in vegetable oils as possible precursors for 3-MCPD esters, we tested crude palm, soybean, rapeseed, sunflower, corn, coconut, and olive oils for the presence of organochlorine compounds. ...Analysis of thermal decomposition and changes during refining suggested that these naturally present organochlorine compounds in palm oils and perhaps in other vegetable oils are precursors of 3-MCPD esters. ...
To investigate organochlorine compounds in vegetable oils as possible precursors for 3-MCPD esters, we tested crude palm, soybean, ra …
Stability Evaluations of Different Types of Vegetable Oil-based Emulsions
Teh SS and Mah SH. J Oleo Sci 2018. PMID 30404958 Free article.
The study was aimed at evaluating the effects of vegetable oils on emulsion stability. Palm olein (POo), olive oil (OO), safflower oil (SAF), grape seed oil (GSO), soybean oil (SBO) and sunflower oil (SFO) with different degree of saturation levels were chosen as major ingredient of oil phases. ...In addition, the results implied that the degree of saturation levels of vegetable oils does give significant effect on emulsion stability based on the centrifuge testing for an approximate 30% usage level of oil. ...
The study was aimed at evaluating the effects of vegetable oils on emulsion stability. Palm olein (POo), olive oil (OO), safflower oi …
Chemical characterization of a variety of cold-pressed gourmet oils available on the Brazilian market.
Cicero N, et al. Food Res Int 2018. PMID 29803478
Olive oil was confirmed to have the highest MUFA content due to a valuable level of oleic acid, while oils from grapeseed, Brazil nut and canola were marked by nutritionally important PUFA levels. ...Finally, all the investigated oils had very low levels (order of μg/kg) of pro-oxidant elements, such as Cu, Fe and Mn. Overall, these findings may fill the gaps still present in literature on certain compositional aspects of commercially available gourmet oils....
Olive oil was confirmed to have the highest MUFA content due to a valuable level of oleic acid, while oils from grapeseed, Brazil nut …
Microbial oil - A plausible alternate resource for food and fuel application
Bharathiraja B, et al. Bioresour Technol 2017 - Review. PMID 28314666
A pragmatic approach towards an emerging field- the exploitation of microbial oils for biodiesel production, pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications, food additives, biopolymer production will be of immense remunerative significance in the near future. Due to high free fatty acid, nutritive content and simpler solvent extraction processes of microbial oils with plant oil, microbial oils can back plant oils in food applications. ...
A pragmatic approach towards an emerging field- the exploitation of microbial oils for biodiesel production, pharmaceutical and cosme …
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