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A method for the purification of gossypol has been developed which yields material differing in optical properties from those previously reported for gossypol preparations. A colorimetric test for extractable gossypol has been described. It has been shown that cottonseed contains at least three...
California Valencia orange seeds contain a fairly high percentage of oil, the recovery of which by conventional methods of pressing appears to present no unusual problems. When refined, bleached, and deodorized the oil would be quite acceptable as a food oil. It contains a very small proportion...
From the results shown it may be concluded that the percent of extractable material which is obtained is highly dependent upon the atmospheric conditions under which the sample is analyzed. when soybean meals with moisture content from 4.35 to 16.8 percent are analyzed for oil content at 75–80...
1.) Difficulties in applying the “chlorophyll value” test to fat samples has led us to investigate the apparent “quenching” of chlorophyll fluorescence in mineral oil solution when cottonseed oil or lard is added to it. The disappearance of chlorophyll fluorescence in ultraviolet light...
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