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Gamma-linolenic acid from Cape Verdian Boraginaceae.

The distribution of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) was studied in the seed oil of six Cape Verdian Boraginaceae. The GLA ranges from trace levels in the three Heliotropum surveyed to 22.2% on saponifiable oil in Echium stenosiphon. All Echium species had GLA percentages in their seed oil around 20%. Echium seeds yield saponifiable oil from 15.8% (E. stenosiphon) to 17.3% (E. hypertropicum).[1]


  1. Gamma-linolenic acid from Cape Verdian Boraginaceae. Guil-Guerrero, J.L., López-Martínez, J.C., Navarro-Juárez, R., Gómez-Mercado, F. Nat. Prod. Res. (2006) [Pubmed]
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