1998 journal article

Temperature effects on tocopherol composition in soybeans with genetically improved oil quality


By: G. Almonor n, G. Fenner n & R. Wilson n

author keywords: environmental variation; genetics; Glycine max L. Merr.; linoleic acid; oil quality; alpha-tocopherol; gamma-tocopherol; tocopherol composition
TL;DR: Analysis of crude oil composition at various stages of seed development revealed a strong negative correlation between total tocopherol content and growth temperature, and showed that low-18:3 soybean varieties should be expected to contain more α-tocopherol, especially when grown under normal commercial production environments. (via Semantic Scholar)
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