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Tim J. O’Hare, Hung Hong Trieu, Bruce Topp, Dougal Russell, Sharon Pun, Caterina Torrisi, and Dianna Liu

g kernels) does restrict label health claims both in Australia ( Front-of-Pack Labelling Secretariat, 2018 ) and in the United States ( Food and Drug Administration, 2003 , 2017 ). Fatty acid profiles vary widely between nut species ( Ros and Mataix

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Xiangguang Duan, Wei Liu, Xiaojing Wang, Lixia Zhang, Shuguang Liu, Lili Guo, Dalong Guo, and Xiaogai Hou

State Food and Drug Administration in 2011 as strong seed setting capacity and high oil yield (>22%) ( Liu et al., 2020 ). P. ostii has a star-shaped fruit with dark oval seeds characterized by abundant unsaturated fatty acids (>90%) and a high

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L. Carl Greve, Gale McGranahan, Janine Hasey, Ronald Snyder, Kathy Kelly, David Goldhamer, and John M. Labavitch

Abbreviations: ET, full water use; PTB, packing-tissue-brown; PUFA, polyunsaturated fatty acids; REGWF, Ryan-Einot-Gabriel-Welsch multiple F test. We thank K. Woeste and N. Willits for statistical assistance and E. Germain, S.K. Xi, and A.M. Davis

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Geraldo A. Maia, W. H. Brown, F. M. Whiting, and J. W. Stull

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Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) nut neutral lipids, glycolipids and phospholipids were isolated by silicic acid column chromatography. Each lipid class had characteristic fatty acid distributions with phospholipids being higher in palmitic and oleic acids, and glycolipids being higher in lin oleic acid. Comparative esterification methods indicated that cashew apple juice contained significant amounts of free lauric acid. Oleic and linoleic acids occur in almost identical, amounts in cashew nut testa whereas oleic acid predominates in the kernel. Comparison of fatty acid distributions in pulp and peel from red and yellow cultivars of cashew apple at immature and mature stages shows some differences, with notable increases in oleic acid during maturation and decreases in linoleic and linolenic acids.

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Desmond G. Mortley, Jun-Hyun Oh, Damicca S. Johnson, Conrad K. Bonsi, and Walter A. Hill

as a result of the discovery that it possessed the highest content of omega-3 fatty acid among several green leafy and succulent vegetables such as spinach, red leaf lettuce, buttercrunch lettuce, or mustard greens ( Alamazan and Adeyeye, 1998 ; Liu

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Harbans L. Bhardwaj and Anwar A. Hamama

to those in sprouts of alfalfa, brussels sprout, mungbean, and radish based on literature values for these crops. Given that there is a lack of fatty acid profile of canola sprouts in the literature, we are now reporting the contents of various fatty

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Diheng Zhong, Hongmei Du, Zhaolong Wang, and Bingru Huang

composition and content of fatty acids in the lipid bilayers of the membrane ( Gigon et al., 2004 ; Yordanov et al., 2000 ). Total lipid content in leaves generally exhibits a decline in response to drought stress in various plant species ( Gigon et al., 2004

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Geoffrey Meru and Cecilia McGregor

associated with SOP and fatty acid composition. Prothro et al. (2012) elucidated the genetic factors associated with SOP in watermelon and identified four QTL associated with the trait. Among these, the egusi locus, which is also associated with the egusi

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Yingchao Lin, Dejun Kong, Zhihong Wang, Yi Chen, Zhixiao Yang, Chun Wu, Hui Yang, and Lili Chen

edible oils ( Giannelos et al., 2002 ; Usta 2005 ). Generally, it has been shown that the yield of common tobacco seed oil and its fatty acid profile are influenced by genotype, climatic conditions, and other factors, such as water and fertilizer

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Joyce W. Ngure, Chunyan Cheng, Shuqiong Yang, Qunfeng Lou, Ji Li, Chuntao Qian, Jie Chen, and Jinfeng Chen

included in cosmetic products due to their high fatty acid composition ( Vermaak et al., 2011 ). Topical application of essential fatty acids prevent and counteract dry seborrhoeic skin conditions and inflammation ( Muller et al., 2007 ). Topical