Quality of western Canadian canola varieties 2012

Fatty acid composition of composites of canola, No. 1 Canada - Brassica napus, by province and variety

Manitoba

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on fatty acid composition, total saturates (SATS) and iodine value (I.V.).

VarietyFootnote 1 No. of Samples Fatty acid compositionFootnote 2 Total SATS3 I.V.4
C16:0 % C18:0 % C18:1 % C18:2 % C18:3 % C22:1 %
5440 56 3.7 1.8 62.4 19.2 9.6 0.00 6.5 113
73-75 RR 10 4.0 1.7 64.7 17.9 8.6 0.00 6.7 110
L130 38 3.7 1.8 63.2 18.9 9.0 0.00 6.6 112
L150 72 3.9 1.6 62.2 20.1 9.0 0.00 6.5 113
VT 500 G 8 4.0 1.8 62.3 19.6 9.0 0.00 6.9 112
Mean 184 3.8 1.7 63.0 19.1 9.0 0.00 6.6 112

Saskatchewan

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on fatty acid composition, total SATS and I.V.

VarietyFootnote 1 No. of Samples Fatty acid compositionFootnote 2 Total SATS3 I.V.4
C16:0 % C18:0 % C18:1 % C18:2 % C18:3 % C22:1 %
45H29 24 3.9 1.6 63.0 19.3 8.9 0.00 6.6 112
5440 58 3.7 1.8 62.1 18.8 10.3 0.00 6.6 114
5525 CL 11 3.9 1.8 62.8 17.7 10.6 0.00 6.7 114
6060 RR 11 3.7 1.8 63.3 18.0 8.8 0.87 6.7 111
73-45 RR 19 4.4 1.5 61.1 20.3 9.7 0.00 6.9 114
73-75 RR 11 4.1 1.7 63.0 18.9 9.2 0.00 6.8 112
D3153 13 3.7 1.7 63.6 19.1 8.7 0.00 6.4 112
L120 9 3.7 1.7 61.4 19.3 10.5 0.00 6.5 115
L130 61 3.6 1.7 62.4 18.9 10.0 0.00 6.5 114
L150 109 3.8 1.6 61.3 20.3 9.9 0.00 6.4 115
VR 9559 G 11 3.6 1.7 62.7 18.8 9.9 0.00 6.4 114
VT 500 G 30 3.9 1.7 60.5 20.3 10.3 0.00 6.7 115
VT Barrier 13 3.6 1.7 61.2 20.9 9.2 0.00 6.4 114
VT Remarkable 11 3.7 1.7 62.2 18.7 10.4 0.00 6.5 114
Mean 391 3.8 1.7 62.2 19.2 9.7 0.06 6.6 114

Alberta

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on fatty acid composition, total SATS and I.V.

VarietyFootnote 1 No. of Samples Fatty acid compositionFootnote 2 Total SATS3 I.V.4
C16:0 % C18:0 % C18:1 % C18:2 % C18:3 % C22:1 %
45H29 12 3.9 1.7 63.9 18.6 8.6 0.00 6.7 111
45S52 16 3.7 1.9 65.3 17.5 8.1 0.04 6.8 109
5440 25 3.5 1.9 63.2 17.9 10.2 0.00 6.5 113
73-45 RR 38 4.3 1.6 61.6 19.9 9.6 0.00 6.9 114
L120 37 3.6 1.8 62.6 18.5 10.1 0.00 6.5 114
L130 79 3.6 1.8 63.6 18.1 9.6 0.00 6.5 112
L150 53 3.7 1.6 62.3 19.3 9.7 0.00 6.4 114
VT 500 G 25 3.9 1.8 62.0 19.3 9.6 0.00 6.8 113
VT Barrier 10 3.6 1.6 61.8 20.3 9.2 0.00 6.3 114
Mean 295 3.8 1.7 62.9 18.8 9.4 0.00 6.6 113

Means

Table contains area, number of samples, means of fatty acid composition, total SATS and I.V.

Area No. of Samples Fatty acid composition2 Total SATS3 I.V.4
C16:0 % C18:0 % C18:1 % C18:2 % C18:3 % C22:1 %
Western Canada 870 3.8 1.7 62.6 19.1 9.5 0.03 6.6 113

Footnotes

Footnote 1

as designated by producer

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Footnote 2

% of fatty acids including: Myristic (C14:0), Palmitic (C16:0), Palmitoleic (C16:1), Stearic (C18:0), Oleic (C18:1), Linoleic (C18:2), Linolenic (C18:3), Arachidic (C20:0), Eicosenoic (C20:1), Eicosadienoic (C20:2), Behenic (C22:0), Erucic(C22:1), Lignoceric (C24:0), and Nervonic (C24;1)

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Footnote 3

Sum of C14:0, C16:0, C18:0, C20:0, C22:0, and C24:0

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Footnote 4

Calculated from fatty acid composition

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