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Axelrod, B., Cheesbrough, T. M. and Laakso, S. (1981): Lipoxygenase from soybeans. Methods Enzymol. 71, 441–451. Laakso S. Lipoxygenase from

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. 65 534 540 Chen, A.O. & Whitaker, J.R. (1986): Purification and characterization of a lipoxygenase from immature English peas. J. agric. Fd Chem

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, J. C. ( 2012 ) Transgenic expression of dual positional maize lipoxygenase-1 leads to the regulation of defense-related signaling molecules and activation of the antioxidative enzyme system in rice . Plant Sci. 185- 186 , 238 – 245

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. Differential induction of lipoxygenase isoforms in wheat upon treatment with rust fungus elicitor, chitin oligosaccharides, chitosan and methyl jasmonate. Plant Physiol. 114 :679–685. Grambow H

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1 6 Borrelli, G.M., Troccoli, A., Di Fonzo, N., Fares, C. 1999. Durum wheat lipoxygenase activity and other parameters that affect pasta color. Cereal Chem. 76 :335

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Romero, M. & Barrett, D. M. (1997): Rapid methods for lipoxygenase assay in sweet corn. J. FdSci. , 62 , 696-700. Rapid methods for lipoxygenase assay in sweet corn

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. Meshehdani , T. , Pokorny , J. , Panek , J. & Davidek , J. ( 1990 b): Effect of lipoxygenases on the lipid oxidation during the storage of poppy-seed . Nahrung , 34 , 769 – 772

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. G ÖKMEN , V. , BAHÇECI , S.K. , S ERPEN , A. & A CAR , J. ( 2005 ): Study of lipoxygenase and peroxidase as blanching indicator enzymes in peas: change of enzyme activity, ascorbic acid and chlorophylls during frozen storage . LWT–Fd Sci

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Cicero, A. F., Derosa, G., Gaddi, A. (2005) Combined lipoxygenase/cyclo-oxygenase inhibition in the elderly: the example of licofelone. Drugs Aging 225, 393–403. Gaddi A. Combined

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In the microflora of sunflower seeds stored in domestic stores the, Alternaria species dominate, while those of Penicillium, Trichoderma, Stemphylium and Absidia spp. are present in lower numbers. During model tests (cca 20% seed moisture content, 25 °C, 4 weeks storage) the Alternaria species were almost completely eliminated and on the seeds mainly Aspergillus species, characteristic of stores, propagated. The moulds significantly deteriorated the quality of the seed and that of the produced oil and meal (reproductive ability, germinating power, oil content, lipoxygenase enzyme activity, acid value, peroxide value, fatty acid composition, UV absorbance, colour, sensorial properties, as well as the protein content, amino acid composition, colour and the smell of the meal), but no aflatoxin production occurred. The findings offer a comprehensive picture on the multiple destructive effects of incorrect storage.

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