Foodchem Lecture 3 Pictures

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    • "Rapeseed/Canola"
    • One of the primary edible oil sources in North America
    • Canola is an biologically altered form of the rapeseed that makes it edible
    • "Rapeseed/Canola"
    • One of the primary edible oil sources in North America
    • Canola is an biologically altered form of the rapeseed that makes it edible
    • "Palm tree - Fruit"
    • Regional oil source common in Malaysia and Indonesia from which lipids are obtained
    • "Castor plant"
    • An industrial or non edible oil
    • Make castor oil (ricin toxin) from it
    • "Flax seed"
    • An industrial or non edible oil
    • Make linseed oil from it
    • Thanks to biotechnology, linseed (flax) oil is being transformed into an edible version called linola
    • "Animal sources of lipids - trimmings of animals"
    • Lipids rendered as a byproduct of meat production from the carcasses and trimmings of cattle, hogs and sheep
    • "Menhaden"
    • Fatty fish are very good sources of lipids
    • Rendered sardines, herring and menhaden are commonly used
    • "Centrifugal cream separator"
    • Milk of ruminants is another important source of fat
    • "Gas chromatograph (GC) schematic"
    • Used to determine the overall fatty acid composition and to quantify the relative amounts of individual fatty acids from any lipid source
    • "Chromatograph"
    • We can identify and quantify the FAs by comparing them against known standards
    • "CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)"
    • Lots of health claims made about this fatty acid
    • Considered anti-carcinogenic
    • Unusual healthy trans fatty acid
    • "Palm kernels"
    • Palm and palm kernel oil are highly valued oils
    • Major use is in baked goods which need a long oxidative shelf life

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