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Food Science & Nutrition | Unsaponifiable Matter in Plant Seed Oils

Unsaponifiable Matter in Plant Seed Oils

Fontanel, Didier

Original French edition published by Lavoisier SAS, 2011

2013, X, 366 p. 57 illus.

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  • Unique compilation of knowledge and data on this subject
  • Written by an experienced expert in the field
  • Numerous tables and chemical structures
Here, the author has compiled data on about 550 oil-bearing plant species with respect to their content of unsaponifiable matters and oils. This unique information resource offers important information for research and development of food products such as neutraceuticals as well as cosmetics. Unsaponifiable matters have varying effects: Conservation and stability (e.g.  lignans, tocopherols, tocotrienols), anti-inflammatory properties (triterpene alcohols), cholesterol-lowering (sterols), well tolerated occlusive effect on the skin (squalene).
Information is provided in a clear and systematic fashion, including data on relevant chemical families and pertinent chemical structures. Also included is a thesaurus of English, Latin and French plant species names as well as 655 references to the scientific literature.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Analysis of Unsaponifiable Matter - Carotenoids - Content of Unsaponifiable Matter - Lignans - Lipid Content of Plant Seeds - Phytosterols - Plant Seed Oil - Squalenes - Tocopherols - Triterpene Alcohols

Related subjects » Biotechnology - Food Science & Nutrition - Plant Sciences

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