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Table 1 Distribution of fatty acids in cold-pressed VirginoR turnip rapeseed oil (CPTRO) and butter used in the study

From: Effects of dietary cold-pressed turnip rapeseed oil and butter on serum lipids, oxidized LDL and arterial elasticity in men with metabolic syndrome

Fatty acids Distribution %
  CPTRO Butter
10:0 capric acid 0 1.6
12:0 lauric acid 0 2.7
14:0 myristic acid 0 11.0
14:1 (ω-5) myristoleic acid 0 0.9
15:0 pentadecanoic acid 0 0.9
16:0 palmitic acid 2.9 30.0
16:1 (ω-7) palmitoleicacid 0.1 1.5
18:0 stearic acid 1.3 14.6
18:1 (ω-7) vaccenic acid 2.9 0.9
18:1 (ω-9) oleic acid 56.7 30.4
18:2 (ω-6) linoleic acid 21.9 2.0
18:3 (ω-3) alpha-linolenic acid 13.1 0.4
20:1 (ω-9) eicosenoic acid 0.9 0
Others (8:0, 17:0, 18:2, 20:0) 0.3 1.4
Unidentified fatty acids 0 1.8
Saturated fatty acids 4.5 61.7
Monounsaturated fatty acids 60.6 33.7
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 35.0 2.9
  1. The following fatty acids analyzed did not exist in CPTRO nor in butter: 16:0(i), 16:1, 17:1, 18:3 (ω-6), 18:4 (ω-3), 18:4 (ω-3), 19:1, 20:2 (ω-6), 20:3, 20:3 (ω-3), 20:4 (ω-6), 20:5 (ω-3), 22:0, 22:1 (ω-9), 22:2, 22:3, 22:4 (ω-6), 22:5 (ω-3), 22:6 (ω-3), 24:0, and 24:1 (ω-9).