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Publication Type J
Authors Asilbekova, D. T., F. M. Tursunkhodzhaeva and A. M. Nigmatullaev
Title Lipids from Halostachys caspica and Halocharis hispida
Source Chemistry of Natural Compounds
Author Keywords Halostachys caspica Halocharis hispida neutral lipids glycolipids phospholipids fatty acids leaves wax
Abstract The composition of lipids from the aerial parts of two species of halophytes from the family Chenopodiaceae, Halostachys caspica C. A. Mey. and Halocharis hispida Bge. was determined. Neutral lipids (NL, 62.1 and 54.2%, respectively) dominated the total lipids (TL) of these plants. More than a third of the NL were esters of aliphatic alcohols and phytosterols (FAE). Fatty acids 16:0, 18:1, and 18:2 dominated the acids of FAE; 16:0, 18:1, and 18:3, the phospholipids. The principal fatty acids of glycolipids were unsaturated acids (68.3 and 75.1%) with linolenic acid dominating (44.9 and 43.5%).
Author Address [Asilbekova, DT; Tursunkhodzhaeva, FM; Nigmatullaev, AM] Uzbek Acad Sci, S Yu Yunusov Inst Chem Plant Subst, Tashkent 700135, Uzbekistan Asilbekova, DT (reprint author), Uzbek Acad Sci, S Yu Yunusov Inst Chem Plant Subst, Tashkent 700135, Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan dasil@rambler.ru
ISSN 0009-3130
ISBN 0009-3130
29-Character Source Abbreviation Chem. Nat. Compd.
Publication Date May
Year Published 2009
Volume 45
Issue 3
Beginning Page 322-324
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1007/s10600-009-9351-9
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000269187800007
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