Exploring Phylogenetic Relationships between Hundreds of Plant Fatty Acids Synthesized by Thousands of Plants. more details ...

Delta notation: 18:2

Other Names: structure ambiguous

Formula: C18H32O2

Mass: 280.24

Octadecadienoic acid
Structure drawn at OPSIN (opsin.ch.cam.uk)

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SOFA Mol: M_072
Lipid Maps: ambiguous
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Displaying datapoints 1 - 50 of 4319 in total
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Arachis hypogaea peruviana Proximate, fatty acid and sterol compositions of aboriginal peanut (Arachis hypogaea L) seeds from Bolivia Grosso, N. R.; Zygadlo, J. A.; Lamarque, A. L.; Maestri, D. M.; Guzman, C. A. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (1997) 73 349-356 442.0 weight-%
Arachis hypogaea fastigiata Proximate, fatty acid and sterol compositions of aboriginal peanut (Arachis hypogaea L) seeds from Bolivia Grosso, N. R.; Zygadlo, J. A.; Lamarque, A. L.; Maestri, D. M.; Guzman, C. A. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (1997) 73 349-356 416.0 weight-%
Arachis hypogaea Proximate, fatty acid and sterol compositions of aboriginal peanut (Arachis hypogaea L) seeds from Bolivia Grosso, N. R.; Zygadlo, J. A.; Lamarque, A. L.; Maestri, D. M.; Guzman, C. A. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (1997) 73 349-356 350.0 weight-%
Adansonia gregorii Fatty acid and sterol compositions of seed oil from the Australian baobab: Adansonia gregorii Ralaimanarivo, A.; Bianchini, J. P.; Gaydou, E. M. Rivista Italiana delle Sostanze Grasse (1983) 60 747-751 98.5 GLC-Area-%
Adansonia gregorii Fatty acid and sterol compositions of seed oil from the Australian baobab: Adansonia gregorii Ralaimanarivo, A.; Bianchini, J. P.; Gaydou, E. M. Rivista Italiana delle Sostanze Grasse (1983) 60 747-751 98.5 GLC-Area-%
Carthamus tinctorius Molecular Species of Triglycerides in Safflower Oil Cheon; S.J. Park; Y.H. Han'guk Yongyang Siklyong Hakhoechi (1987) 16 337 89.1 GLC-Area-%
Betula platyphylla japonica Betula platyphylla var. japonica Seed Oil: A rich source of linoleic acid Ihara, S.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1980) 57 421-422 87.8 GLC-Area-%
Betula platyphylla japonica Betula platyphylla var. japonica Seed Oil: A rich source of linoleic acid Ihara, S.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1980) 57 421-422 87.8 GLC-Area-%
Unknown unknown Unknown: keine Eintraege (no entry at SOFA) keine Eintraege (no entry at SOFA) unknown 87.2 GLC-Area-%
Betula platyphylla japonica Betula platyphylla var. japonica Seed Oil: A rich source of linoleic acid Ihara, S.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1980) 57 421-422 87.2 GLC-Area-%
Aphananthe aspera Aphananthe aspera kernel oil: A rich source of linoleic acid Tanaka, T.; Ihara, S.; Koyama, Y. Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society (1977) 54 269 85.1 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera biennis Evening primrose (Oenothera spp.) oil and seed Hudson, B. J. F. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1984) 61 540-543 85.0 GLC-Area-%
Argemone platyceras Fatty acid composition of seeds of the papaveraceae and fumariaceae Marin, P.; Sajdl, V.; Kapor, S.; Tatic, B. Phytochemistry (1989) 28 133-137 84.9 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera claviformis New sources of γ-linolenic acid Wolf, R. B.; Kleiman, R.; England, R. E. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1983) 60 1858-1860 84.1 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera claviformis New sources of γ-linolenic acid Wolf, R. B.; Kleiman, R.; England, R. E. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1983) 60 1858-1860 84.1 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera claviformis Agronomic evaluation of prospective new crop species. Part 1. White, G. A.; et al., Economic Botany (1971) 25 22-43 84.0 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera triloba RESEARCH ON OENOTHERA RICH IN GAMMA-LINOLENIC ACID Pina, M.; Graille, J.; Grignac, P.; Lacombe, A.; Quenot, O.; Garnier, P. Oleagineux (1984) 39 593-596 83.8 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera triloba RESEARCH ON OENOTHERA RICH IN GAMMA-LINOLENIC ACID Pina, M.; Graille, J.; Grignac, P.; Lacombe, A.; Quenot, O.; Garnier, P. Oleagineux (1984) 39 593-596 83.8 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera triloba RESEARCH ON OENOTHERA RICH IN GAMMA-LINOLENIC ACID Pina, M.; Graille, J.; Grignac, P.; Lacombe, A.; Quenot, O.; Garnier, P. Oleagineux (1984) 39 593-596 83.8 GLC-Area-%
Trema cannabina The fatty acid compositions of seed oils and their significance in the taxonomy of the family Ulmaceae Wang Jing-Ping, Meng Shao-Jiang, Zhang Qing-Hua and He Guan-Fu Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica (1981) 19 416-420 83.7 GLC-Area-%
Boehmeria spicata High-linoleic oils from five species of japanese plants Kato, M.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1981) 58 866-867 83.5 GLC-Area-%
Pistacia vera Determination of the country of origin of pistachio nuts by DSC and HPLC Dyszel, S. M.; Pettit, B. C. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1990) 67 947-951 83.4 GLC-Area-%
Papaver caucasicum Fatty acid composition of seeds of the papaveraceae and fumariaceae Marin, P.; Sajdl, V.; Kapor, S.; Tatic, B. Phytochemistry (1989) 28 133-137 83.2 GLC-Area-%
Sigesbeckia glabrescens Agronomic evaluation of prospective new crop species. Part 1. White, G. A.; et al., Economic Botany (1971) 25 22-43 83.0 GLC-Area-%
Parthenocissus tricuspidata On the Seed Oils from Three Species of Vitaceae ENDO, Setsuko; ASAKA, Mitsuko; OTSUBO, Michio; OKAZAKI, Kaoru; MITSUHASHI, Tatsuo Bulletin of Tokyo Gakugei University. Series IV,Mathematics and natural sciences(ISSN:03716813) (1971) 23 68-72 83.0 GLC-Area-%
Sigesbeckia orientalis COOCCURRENCE OF CORONARIC AND VERNOLIC ACIDS IN COMPOSITAE SEED OILS Ansari, M. H.; Ahmad, S.; Ahmad, F.; Ahmad, M.; Osman, S. M. Fett Wissenschaft Technologie-Fat Science Technology (1987) 89 116-118 83.0 GLC-Area-%
Vitis coignetiae On the Seed Oils from Three Species of Vitaceae ENDO, Setsuko; ASAKA, Mitsuko; OTSUBO, Michio; OKAZAKI, Kaoru; MITSUHASHI, Tatsuo Bulletin of Tokyo Gakugei University. Series IV,Mathematics and natural sciences(ISSN:03716813) (1971) 23 68-72 83.0 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera leptocarpa New sources of γ-linolenic acid Wolf, R. B.; Kleiman, R.; England, R. E. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1983) 60 1858-1860 82.8 GLC-Area-%
Oenothera leptocarpa New sources of γ-linolenic acid Wolf, R. B.; Kleiman, R.; England, R. E. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1983) 60 1858-1860 82.8 GLC-Area-%
Boehmeria longispica High-linoleic oils from five species of japanese plants Kato, M.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1981) 58 866-867 82.7 GLC-Area-%
Hosta longipes High-linoleic oils from five species of japanese plants Kato, M.; Tanaka, T. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (1981) 58 866-867 82.5 GLC-Area-%
Astelia argyrocoma Seed fats of further species of Astelia Morice, I. M. Phytochemistry (1975) 14 1315-1318 82.3 GLC-Area-%
Melia azedarach FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION OF MELIA-AZEDARACH SEED OIL BAKAIN Zaka, S.; Shakir, N. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research (1980) 23 75-76 82.1 GLC-Area-%
Carpinus laxiflora On the Seed Oils of Carpinus laxiflora Blume and Citrus grandis OSBEK Endo, Setsuko; Yamada, Haruko; Ishijima, Emiko; Mitsuhashi, Tatsuo Bulletin of Tokyo Gakugei University. Series IV,Mathematics and natural sciences(ISSN:03716813) (1974) 26 103-106 82.0 GLC-Area-%
Pilea Studies on nutritional chemistry of sugar cane industrial food (2) Analysis of mushroom Iipids Chinen, I. et al. Ryukyu Daigaku Nogakubu Gakujutsu Hokuku (1978) 25 195 82.0 GLC-Area-%
Chaetachme microcarpa The fatty acid compositions of seed oils and their significance in the taxonomy of the family Ulmaceae Wang Jing-Ping, Meng Shao-Jiang, Zhang Qing-Hua and He Guan-Fu Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica (1981) 19 416-420 82.0 GLC-Area-%
Astelia fragrans SEED FATS OF ASTELIA AND COLLOSPERMUM FAMILY LILIACEAE Morice, I. M. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (1967) 18 343-& 81.9 GLC-Area-%
Carthamus tinctorius Capillary gas chromatographic analyses of headspace volatiles from vegetable oils Snyder, J. M.; Frankel, E. N.; Selke, E. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society (1985,12) 62 1675-1679 81.8 GLC-Area-%
Lythrum salicaria Seed lipids of the lythraceae Graham, S. A.; Kleiman, R. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology (1987) 15 433-439 81.7 GLC-Area-%
Papaver orientale Fatty acid composition of seeds of the papaveraceae and fumariaceae Marin, P.; Sajdl, V.; Kapor, S.; Tatic, B. Phytochemistry (1989) 28 133-137 81.7 GLC-Area-%
Astelia pumila Seed fats of further species of Astelia Morice, I. M. Phytochemistry (1975) 14 1315-1318 81.5 GLC-Area-%
Couroupita guianensis CHARACTERISTICS AND COMPOSITION OF SEEDS AND OIL OF COUROUPITA GUIANENSIS AUBL FROM GUJARAT, INDIA Dave, G. R.; Patel, R. M.; Patel, R. J. Fette Seifen Anstrichmittel (1985) 87 111-112 81.5 GLC-Area-%
Urtica dioica Analytical characterization of new seed oils Lotti, G.; Paradossi, C.; Marchini, F. Rivista della Societa Italiana di Scienza dell'Alimentazione (1985) 14 263-270 81.46 GLC-Area-%
Aphananthe aspera On the Seed Oils from Aphananthe aspera, Viburnum awabuki, Actinostemma lobatum, Coreopsis tinctoriaand Taraxacum albidum Okada, Yasuji; Koyama, Yoshito Journal of Japan Oil Chemists' Society (1969) 18 480-483 81.2 * weight-%
Glaucium corniculatum Fatty acid composition of seeds of the papaveraceae and fumariaceae Marin, P.; Sajdl, V.; Kapor, S.; Tatic, B. Phytochemistry (1989) 28 133-137 81.1 GLC-Area-%
Pteroceltis tatarinowii The fatty acid compositions of seed oils and their significance in the taxonomy of the family Ulmaceae Wang Jing-Ping, Meng Shao-Jiang, Zhang Qing-Hua and He Guan-Fu Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica (1981) 19 416-420 81.1 GLC-Area-%
Lagerstroemia indica NEW TROPICAL SEED OILS .4. COMPONENT ACIDS OF LEGUMINOUS AND OTHER SEED OILS INCLUDING USEFUL SOURCES OF CREPENYNIC AND DEHYDROCREPENYNIC ACID Gunstone, F. D.; Hammonds, T. W.; Steward, S. R.; Corneliu.Ja, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (1972) 23 53-60 81.0 GLC-Area-%
Schkuhria wrightii Agronomic evaluation of prospective new crop species. Part 1. White, G. A.; et al., Economic Botany (1971) 25 22-43 81.0 GLC-Area-%
Carthamus tinctorius Unknown Anon. Unknown 81.0 GLC-Area-%
Carthamus tinctorius FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF CODEX ALIMENTARIUS STANDARDS FOR OILS AND FATS Wessels, H. Fette Seifen Anstrichmittel (1975) 77 23-25 81.0 GLC-Area-%
* Converted from mol %