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- Abbott, Thomas P.; Wohlman, Alan; Isbell, Terry; Momany, Frank A.; Cantrell, Charles; Garlotta, Donald V.; Weisleder, David
- Industrial crops and products 2002 v.16 no.1 pp. 43
- meadowfoam oil; Limnanthes alba; chemical constituents of plants; antioxidants; antioxidant activity; structure-activity relationships; thiourea; isothiocyanates; oxidative stability; lipid peroxidation; glucosinolates; chemical reactions; urea; amines; monounsaturated fatty acids; solubility; toxicity; absorbance; polyunsaturated fatty acids; plant byproducts; vegetable oil; thermal stability; natural additives
- ... Natural lipids and oils are subject to oxidative degradation affecting color, odor, viscosity, and lubricity, which lowers the quality of the commercial products containing these lipids. In the food, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries, maintaining high quality color and odor of oils and other lipids is important. Meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba) seed oil is more oxidatively stable than other vege ...