Tocopherol Content of Soybean Lines with Mid-oleate and 1%-Linolenate

@inproceedings{Baumgartner2010TocopherolCO,
  title={Tocopherol Content of Soybean Lines with Mid-oleate and 1%-Linolenate},
  author={Raechel M. Baumgartner and Walter R. Fehr and Tong Wang and Guang Wang},
  year={2010}
}
Soybean [ Glycine max (L.) Merr.] oil is an important commercial source of tocopherol (Vitamin E). Some genetic modifications of the fatty ester composition of so ybean oil have resulted in changes in the content of total tocopherol and its components. The objective of this study was to compare the tocopherol content of 20 soybean lines with mid-olea te and 1%-linolenate (MO) content to 20 lines with conventional-oleate and 1%-linolenate (CO ) content from each of three segregating populations… CONTINUE READING

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