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INFLUENCE OF CIRCADIAN AIR TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL

ON FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF OIL FROM SUNFLOWER HYBRID SEEDS

   

Keywords: sunflower, hybrid, oil, saturated acids, unsaturated acids, air temperature, influence The article presents the study results on fatty acid composition of sunflower hybrid seed oil of oleic and stearic types planted in an environmental trial in different natural zones of Ukraine. Linear regression equations were calculated, and specific features of variability of percentage composition of fatty acids (palmitic, stearic, oleic, linoleic acids) in seed oil from hybrids of different types, depending on air temperature differential throughout the day.

It is known that fatty acid composition of sunflower oil is dependent on cultivation conditions, especially on air temperature. Hybrids with stable contents of economically significant fatty acids are especially valuable because of their ability to adapt to a wide range of climatic conditions. We assumed that fatty acid contents depended not only on the absolute value of the maximum (usually day) and minimum (night) temperatures, but also on difference in these temperatures during the day.

Research Objective - Studying influence of circadian temperature fluctuations on essential fatty acid contents in seed oil from sunflower hybrids with different types of fatty acid composition: oleic and stearic groups.



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