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Natural Phosphonolipids
The literature up to 1998 inclusive on the distribution and methods for isolating and identifying natural phosphonolipids is reviewed.
Carbohydrates and lipids ofPleurotus ostreatus
The composition of the fruiting body ofPleurotus ostreatus has been studied. The total neutral lipids and phospholipids have been isolated. In the neutral lipids, free fatty acids, triacylglycerols,
Phospholipids of ripeSophora japonica seeds
Nine classes of lipids have been isolated in homogenous form from ripe seeds of the Japanese pagoda tree, and their fatty acid compositions have been established. The positional distributions of the
Structure of prangosine
SummaryFrom the results of the UV and IR spectra of pranosine and its conversion products and of oxidation, acetylation, methylation, and Hofmann degradation reactions, it has been established that
Nmr spectrum of prangosine
Mass-spectrometric study of prangosine
Lipids of rice bran
The class and fatty-acid compositions of the total lipids and phospholipids and the types of triacylglycerols of rice bran oil have been studied. It has been shown that the main lipid class consists
Phosphonolipids of kenaf seeds
The fatty acids of the combined phospholipids (freed preparatively from their phosphono analogs) and of the phosphonoplipids were isolated by cold saponification and the results of the GLC analysis of the fatty acid methyl esters are given below.
Lipids from seeds of two species ofCousinia
Plants of the genus Cousinia (Asteraceae) dominate the cover of deserts and arid lands, providing the bulk of the feed crop [ 1 ]. We have previously studied lipids from Cousinia severtzovii seeds
Molecular composition of soybean phospholipids
A possible molecular composition of the above-mentioned classes of soybean PhLs, which was calculated by the method of [2], has shown that the number of molecular species in thePhEs is greater than in the Phls and PhCs.