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Bibliographic record number: 326371


Authors: Pospišil, Milan; Škevin, Dubravka; Mustapić, Zvonko; Neđeral Nakić, Sandra; Butorac, Jasminka; Matijević, Dunja
Title: Fatty Acid Composition in Oil of Recent Rapeseed Hybrids and 00-Cultivars
( Fatty Acid Composition in Oil of Recent Rapeseed Hybrids and 00-Cultivars )
Source: 2. međunarodni i 19. hrvatski kongres tehnologa za posliježetvenu tehnologiju "Zrnko 2006", Zbornik sažetaka / Krička, Tajana (ed). - Zagreb : Agronomski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu , 2006. 86-86.
Meeting: 2. međunarodni i 19. hrvatski kongres tehnologa za posliježetvenu tehnologiju "Zrnko 2006"
Location and date: Tuheljske Toplice, Hrvatska, 22-23.11.2006.
Keywords: rapeseed; hybrids; 00-cultivars; fatty acid composition
( rapeseed; hybrids; 00-cultivars; fatty acid composition )
Fatty acid composition in oil of seven new hybrids (Artus, Baldur, Exact, Executive, Extra, RG 9908, RG 9909) and eight 00-cultivars (Aviso, Bristol, Canary, Dexter, Ella, Kosto, Navajo, Royal) of rapeseed was investigated in the period 2003-2005. The experiments were placed on the experimental field of the Faculty of Agriculture in Zagreb. Fatty acid composition was determined by gas chromatography of their methyl esters, and the oil iodine number was calculated as well. The studied new rapeseed hybrids and 00-cultivars contained no erucic acid or it was present far below 2%. The average content of oleic acid was 61.88± ; ; 2.64% in hybrids and 62.54± ; ; 3.90% in 00-cultivars, the content of linoleic acid was 20.52± ; ; 1.49% and 19.57± ; ; 2.51%, the content of linolenic acid was 8.39± ; ; 1.50% and 7.92± ; ; 2.12%, the content of palmitic acid was 5.13± ; ; 0.48% and 5.50± ; ; 0.51%, and the content of stearic acid was 1.48± ; ; 0.16% and 1.58± ; ; 0.19%, respectively. This ratio of fatty acids confirms the high nutritive quality of rapeseed oil. The iodine value was 112± ; ; 2 in oil from hybrids and 110± ; ; 4 in oil from 00-cultivars. In both investigated groups there were no differences in fatty acid composition which could influence the quality and stability of rapeseed oil. The average values in oils obtained from hybrids as well as from 00-cultivars are inside the data prescribed in law regulations. Although, there were several samples in which oleic and palmitic acid contents were above and linoleic and linolenic acid contents (as well as the iodine values) below the limiting values, what ought to be incorporated into the revision of present regulations on vegetable oils. Fatty acid composition in hybrids and 00-cultivars, was greatly influenced by weather conditions. In the year with higher mean monthly air temperatures and less precipitation during May and June compared to average long-term weather conditions for these months, oil contained more oleic and less linoleic and linolenic acid.
Type of meeting: Predavanje
Type of presentation in a journal: Abstract
Type of peer-review: Domestic peer-review
Project / theme: 178-0791843-0392
Original language: eng
Category: Znanstveni
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Contrib. to CROSBI by: Ana Pospisil Ana Pospisil (, 26. Ožu. 2008. u 14:05 sati

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