Linoleic


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Li`no´le`ic

    (lĭ`nō´lė`ĭk)
a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, linoleum, or linseed oil; specifically (Chem.), designating an organic acid, a thin yellow oil, found combined as a salt of glycerin in oils of linseed, poppy, hemp, and certain nuts.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Percentage of PUFA in nuts comprised up to 78% due to greater contents of linoleic and linolenic acid FA are necessary in human diet for growth maintenance and reproduction [3].
Crisps contain an omega-6 fat called linoleic acid that was previously thought to have health benefits such as lowering blood cholesterol.
Crisps contain an omega-6 fat, linoleic acid, which was thought to have health benefits.
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The study of Jatropha plants has being motivated by its potential as ornamentals, medical applications and oil extraction from various species for the production of paints and solvents and recently as an input for the production of biodiesel, since it has been reported that the most abundant fatty acids which are present in its oil are oleic and linoleic acids (MARTINEZ-HERRERA et al., 2010 WANG et al., 2011; GAMEZ-MEZA et al., 2013; KHALIL et al., 2013).
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As shown in the tables, coconut oil is composed mostly of lauric acid and jatropha curcas oil is composed mainly of oleic and linoleic acids, whereas sunflower oil is composed mainly of linoleic acid.
Among common species, donkey milk is one of the richest in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), C18:2, and C18:3 (linoleic and linolenic) [9].