When the imported and purebred French Landaise geese were 85th age, from them 70 geese of strong, healthy and not sick in 4.0～4.3kg weight were selected to raise for 1 month. Then comparing study on their chemical composition, amino acid content of breast and leg muscle, hypodermic fat and kidney fat general chemical characteristic and main higher fatty acid composition of Landaise geese.
The imported and purebred French Landaise geese were breeded, when 85th age, The strong, healthy and not sick 70 geese in 4.0~4.3Kg weight had been slaughtered,the comparing study on meat capabilities ,chemical composi- tion and amino acid content of breast and leg muscle, hypodermic fat and kidney fat general chemical characteristic and main higher fatty acid composition of Landaise geese with other geese in our country.
There are many kinds of unsaturated higher fatty acids in Hovenia dulcis Thunb peduncle and the total content of them was 9.71%. The content of linolenic acid and linoleic acid were 5.06% and 3.35% respectively.
They contain 24 6% free acids mainly C 12 ～C 24 high fatty acids with stearic acid as main component, 1 0% wax, and 72 7% neutral substances which include 6 2% hydrocarbons; 21 0% esters of high fatty acids; 15 2% acetate;
These same conditions also proved effective for transesterfying vegetable oils and high fatty acid-containing feedstocks to their respective alkyl ester derivatives.
The promoter sequence of the scd gene was compared between cows selected for the ability to produce high fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) (2.22-2.72) in their milk, with the same promoter region of low-FAME-producing cows (0.81-1.12).
Background: Suggested risk factors for postoperative thrombosis such as high fatty acid levels, hypercholesterolemia and diabetes are common in obese patients.
In the patient group without diagnosed thrombosis, 31% had high fatty acid levels, 2% had high cholesterol levels and 9% had diabetes.
Most breast cancers are "lipogenic", defined by high fatty acid synthase (FAS) content and dependence on fatty acid synthesis for growth and survival.
Effect of Higher Fatty Acids and Their Mixtures on Interfacial and Physicomechanical Properties of Vulcanized Rubbers
Different aldehydes, ketones, esters of higher fatty acids, and hexadecanoic acid were identified, with dominating content of tricosane, hexadecanoic acid and also of heneicosane, pentacosane, heptacosane, and nonacosane.
(fresh flowers) esters of higher fatty acids were found.
The gas chromatographic analysis of the acetonyl esters of aromatic, dicarboxylic and higher fatty acids is reported and discussed together with their electron impact and chemical ionisation mass spectra.
Acetate, higher fatty acids, succinate or fumarate served as electron donors and carbon sources.