Occurrence of two different systems of triacylglycerol formation in sea buckthorn fruit mesocarp

  title={Occurrence of two different systems of triacylglycerol formation in sea buckthorn fruit mesocarp},
  author={Andrei G Vereshchagin and Olga V. Ozerinina and Vladimir D. Tsydendambaev},
  journal={Journal of Plant Physiology},
Effects of Harvesting Time on Triacylglycerols and Glycerophospholipids of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides L.) Berries of Different Origins
The results suggested that compared with harvesting years, the time of the berry picking within a single year and the origins in question had more pronounced effects on the content and composition of triacylglycerols in berries of sea buckthorn.
Triacylglycerol and polar lipid metabolism in germinating sea buckthorn seeds
Dark germination of sea buckthorn (Hippophal rhamnoides L.) seeds was characterized by an initial 3-day-long lag-period, when the contents of triacylglycerols (TAGs) and polar lipids (PLs) remained
Changes in Triacylglycerol Composition in Maturing Sea Buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides) Seeds
The decrease in the content of a certain group of triunsaturated TAGs found here seems to be caused by their metabolization during seed maturation.
Triacylglycerol metabolization during germination of sea buckthorn seeds.
Dark germination of sea buckthorn seeds was characterized by an initial 3-day-long lag-period, when the con- tents of triacylglycerols (TAGs) and total acyl-containing lipids (ACLs) remained nearly
Polar lipid and fatty acid distribution in carotenolipoprotein complexes extracted from sea buckthorn fruits.
The fatty acid compositions of total and individual polar lipids separated from carotenolipoprotein complexes were determined by HPTLC and GC and showed high ratios of 16:0/16:1 (11c), and higher quantities of 18 carbon unsaturated fatty acids than of the saturated analogue.
Regioisomer compositions of vaccenic and oleic acid containing triacylglycerols in sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) pulp oils: influence of origin and weather conditions.
Higher temperatures, higher temperature sums, and radiation sums increased the accumulation of PoVPo in wild ssp.
Analysis of triacylglycerols of seeds and berries of sea buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides) of different origins by mass spectrometry and tandem mass spectrometry
TAG of seeds, berries, and fruit pulp/peel of different subspecies of sea buckthorn (Hippophaë rhamnoides) were analyzed by MS and tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS). The seeds contained mainly TAG
Seed Oil Quantity and Fatty Acid Composition of Different Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides L.) Wild Populations in Iran
Wide range of variation across the sea buckthorn populations in seed oil traits could be exploited for selection of suitable genotypes to improvement and commercial exploitation of this plant.
Fatty acids, tocols, and carotenoids in pulp oil of three sea buckthorn species (Hippophae rhamnoides, H. salicifolia, and H. tibetana) grown in the Indian Himalayas
Sea buckthorn berries from Hippophae rhamnoides, H. tibetana, and H. salicifolia were collected from the cold deserts of the Himalayas (Lahaul, Ladakh, and Spiti; India) and characterized in terms of


Stereospecific analyses of seed triacylglycerols from high-erucic acid brassicaceae: Detection of erucic acid at thesn-2 position inBrassica oleracea L. Genotypes
The findings unequivocally demonstrate for the first time that, within the Brassicaceae, there exists B. oleracea germplasm containing seed oils with substantial erucic acid at thesn-2 position, which has important implications for biotechnology and breeding efforts designed to increase the levels of erucaic acid in rapeseed beyond 66 mol% to supply strategic industrial feedstocks.
ß-Ketoacyl-Acyl Carrier Protein [ACP] Synthase II in the Oil Palm (Elaeis Guineensis Jacq.) Mesocarp
Screening of oil palm varieties having a range of fatty acid compositions showed strong positive correlation between KAS II activity and unsaturated fatty acid but negative correlation with palmitic acid thus confirming the postulation.
Lysophosphatidate Acyltransferase in the Microsomes from Maturing Seeds of Meadowfoam (Limnanthes alba).
The meadowfoam LPA acyltransferase is unique in its ability to produce dierucoyl-PA, and should be a prime candidate for use in the production of trierucin oils in rapeseed via genetic engineering.
Glyceride studies. V. The distribution of unsaturated acyl groups in vegetable triglycerides
The results indicate that these unsaturated acids do not compete equally for the secondary hydroxyl group in vegetable triglycerides.