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content material: Lipids in nutrients flavors : an summary / Chi-Tang Ho and Qinyun Chen --
Chemistry of singlet oxygen oxidation of meals / Wesley T. Yang and David B. Min --
Contribution of lipoxygenase pathway to nutrition flavors / Rudolf Juuping Hsieh --
risky formation by way of lipid-mediated Maillard response in version platforms / Yuangang Zhang, William J. Ritter, C. Craig Barker, Paul A. Traci, and Chi-Tang Ho --
unstable compounds generated from thermal interplay of 2,4-decadienal and the flavour precursors of garlic / Tung-Hsi Yu, Min-Hsiung Lee, Chung-May Wu, and Chi-Tang Ho --
dating of temperature to the construction of lipid volatiles from red meat / A.M. Spanier, A.J. St. Angelo, C.C. Grimm, and J.A. Miller --
alterations of headspace risky compounds because of oxidation of milk fats in the course of garage of dried dairy items / Y.B. Lee and C.V. Morr --
Lipid-derived aroma compounds in cooked potatoes and reconstituted dehydrated potato granules / Juan P. Salinas, Thomas G. Hartman, Karl Karmas, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
Lipid-derived taste compounds in clean and dehydrated tomato items / Karl Karmas, Thomas G. Hartman, Juan P. Salinas, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
Aroma new release in extruded and heated wheat flour / Hui-Ing Hwang, Thomas G. Hartman, Mukund V. Karwe, Henry V. Izzo, and Chi-Tang Ho --
impact of packaging at the lipid oxidation garage balance of dehydrated pinto beans / Thomas G. Hartman, Karl Karmas, Juan P. Salinas, Reginald Ruiz, Joseph Lech, and Robert T. Rosen --
impact of completing diets on lamb style / M.E. Bailey, J. Suzuki, L.N. Fernando, H.A. Swartz, and R.W. Purchas --
Contribution of lipid-derived elements to the flavour of alligator meat / K.R. Cadwallader, H.H. Baek, H.Y. Chung, and M.W. Moody --
taste chemistry of dairy lipids : evaluate of unfastened fatty acids / I.J. Jeon --
taste chemistry of fish oil / Charles F. Lin --
Omega-3 fatty acid composition and balance of seal lipids / Fereidoon Shahidi, J. Synowiecki, R. Amarowicz, and Udaya Wanasundara --
risky compounds of lards from various remedies / Lucy sunlight Hwang and Chung-Wen Chen --
Hexanal as a hallmark of the flavour deterioration of meat and meat items / Fereidoon Shahidi and Ronald B. Pegg --
keep an eye on of the construction of cis-3-hexenal, lipid-derived taste compound, by way of plant telephone tradition / Shan-rong Chou and Chee-Kok Chin --
Canola oil style caliber review by way of dynamic headspace gasoline chromatography / S.K. Raghavan, D.R. Connell, and A. Khayat --
Stabilization of canola oil via traditional antioxidants / Fereidoon Shahidi and Udaya Wanasundara --
Capillary fuel chromatography technique for picking olive oil style / S.K. Raghavan, D.R. Connell, and A. Khayat.

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Relative amounts of the isozymes differ among cultivars. Lipoxygenase-3 is the most abundant isozyme in mature soybean on a protein basis, lipoxygenase-1 is almost as abundant, with lipoxygenase-2 least abundant. However lipoxygenase-2 has the highest specific activity, so that on an activity basis there are similar amounts of the three isozymes in soybeans (6). 0 (7). Isozymes 1-3 are similar in amino acid sequences (8,9). The isozymes are different in the products produced from linoleic acid.

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