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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybeans having low linolenic acid content and method of production. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, July 9, 1996: US05534425 (95 worldwide citation)

Methods are described for the production of soybean varieties and lines exhibiting linolenic acid contents of less than about 2.5% of the total fatty acid composition as determined by gas chromatography, preferably less than about 2.2% and, more preferably, less than about 1.9%, and in one aspect of ...


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Earl G Hammond, Tong Wang: Method of converting free fatty acids to fatty acid methyl esters with small excess of methanol. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Quarles & Brady, November 15, 2005: US06965044 (54 worldwide citation)

A method for converting free fatty acids in acid oil or acid fat into fatty acid methyl esters is disclosed. The method involves adding a small amount of methanol and an acid catalyst to the acid oil or acid fat and subjecting the mixture to conditions that allow the fatty acid methyl esters to form ...


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Lawrence A Johnson, Earl G Hammond: Soybean oil ester fuel blends. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth, May 28, 1996: US05520708 (40 worldwide citation)

A method is provided to reduce the crystallization temperature of a fatty acid oil ester-petroleum distillate fuel blend. The method comprises combining a petroleum distillate with an amount of an ester of a branched chain (C.sub.3 -C.sub.5) alcohol of a fatty acid, wherein the amount utilized is ef ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybeans having low linolenic acid and low palmitic acid contents. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, February 3, 1998: US05714670 (39 worldwide citation)

A novel soybean seed and plant designated AX7777-7-30 having ATCC Accession No. 97616 and its descendents are provided. Such soybean seed contains an endogenous linolenic acid (C18:3) content in the vegetable oil at a low level of less than about 3 percent by weight (preferably less than about 2.5 p ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybean vegetable oil having elevated concentrations of both palmitic acid and stearic acid. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, August 18, 1998: US05795969 (33 worldwide citation)

A soybean vegetable oil obtained by crushing and extraction from mature soybean seeds is provided in which the endogenously formed concentrations of both palmitic acid (C16:0) and stearic acid (C18:0) are simultaneously elevated. Neither elevated saturated fatty acid concentration is negated by the ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybeans having low linolenic acid content and palmitic acid content of at least eleven percent. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, June 9, 1998: US05763745 (28 worldwide citation)

Methods are described for the production of soybean varieties and lines exhibiting linolenic acid contents of less than about 2.5% of the total fatty acid composition as determined by gas chromatography, preferably less than about 2.2% and, more preferably, less than about 1.9%, and in one aspect of ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybeans having low linolenic acid and elevated stearic acid contents. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, February 3, 1998: US05714668 (23 worldwide citation)

A novel soybean seed and plant capable of producing the same are provided. Such soybean seed contains an endogenous linolenic acid (C18:3) content in the vegetable oil at a low level of less than 3.0% (preferably less than about 2.5%) by weight in combination with an elevated stearic acid (C18:0) co ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Reduced linolenic acid production in soybeans. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, October 17, 2000: US06133509 (18 worldwide citation)

Soybeans (i.e., Glycine max L. Merr.) possessing a novel genetic determinant for the reduced production of linolenic acid in the endogenously formed vegetable oil of the seeds are provided. Such genetic determinant is the homozygous recessive fan3fan3 gene pair that has been found to be capable of f ...


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: A16 soybeans having low linolenic acid content and descendents. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, January 20, 1998: US05710369 (18 worldwide citation)

A novel soybean seed and plant designated A16 having ATCC Accession No. and its descendents are provided. Such soybean exhibits an unusually low linolenic acid (C18:3) content of less than 2.5% by weight based upon the total fatty acid content in the endogenously formed vegetable oil.


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Walter R Fehr, Earl G Hammond: Soybean variety 9253. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, June 25, 1996: US05530183 (16 worldwide citation)

Soybean variety 9253 is a high-performance soybean variety which also provides a low linolenic acid specialty soybean oil.



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