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Minor oil crops
Part I - Edible oils
Part II - Non-edible oils
Part III - Essential oils


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FAO AGRICULTURAL SERVICES BULLETIN No. 94

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 1992

prepared by B.L. Axtell from research by R.M. Fairman
Intermediate Technology Development Group
Rugby, UK

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ISBN 92-5-103128-2

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Contents


Preface

Abbreviations

Introduction

Principals of extraction

Part I - Minor edible oil crops

Individual monographs

1.1 Argan
1.2 Avocado
1.3 Babassu palm
1.4 Balanites
1.5 Borneo tallow nut
1.6 Brazil nut
1.7 Caryocar spp
1.8 Cashew nut
1.9 Chinese vegetable tallow
1.10 Cohune palm
1.11 Cucurbitaceae

Bottle gourd
Buffalo gourd
Fluted pumpkin
Marrow
Smooth loofah

1.12 Grapeseed
1.13 Illipe
1.14 Kusum
1.15 Macadamia nuts
1.16 Mango seed
1.17 Noog abyssinia
1.18 Nutmeg
1.19 Perilla
1.20 Pili nut
1.21 Rice bran
1.22 Sacha inche
1.23 Seje
1.24 Shea nut
1.25 Teased

Appendix I - Summary of various applications of minor edible oil groups
Appendix II - Research and development institutions

Part II - Minor non-edible oil crops

I. Individual monographs

2.1 Allanblackia
2.2 Almond
2.3 Chaulmoogra
2.4 Cuphea spp.
2.5 Jatropa curgas
2.6 Karanja seed
2.7 Neem
2.8 Papaya
2.9 Tonka bean
2.10 Tung
2.11 Ucuuba

Appendix I - Summary of various applications of minor non-edible oil crops

Part III - Minor essential oil crops

I. Introduction

II. Distillation of essential oils

2.1 Raw materials / processing
2.2 Types of distillation
2.3 Storage and packaging

III. Individual monographs

3.1 Cajuput
3.2 Clausena anisata
3.3 Davana
3.4 Galbanum natural oleoresin
3.5 German chamomile
3.6 Hexastylis
3.7 High-geraniol monarda
3.8 Juniapa-hinojo sabalero
3.9 Melissa officinalis
3.10 Milfoil
3.11 Ninde
3.12 Patchouli
3.13 Tarragon
3.14 Wormwood

Appendix I - Summary of various applications of minor essential oil crops

Part IV - Minor oil crops general appendix