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Hancu Gabriel, Tero-Vescan Amelia, Filip Cristina and Rusu Aura

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Maria Markiewicz-Kęszycka, Grażyna Czyżak-Runowska, Paulina Lipińska and Jacek Wójtowski

References 1. Barłowska J., Litwińczuk Z.: Nutritional and pro-health properties of milk fat. Med Weter 2009, 65 , 171-174. 2. Berquin I.M., Edwards I.J., Chen Y.Q.: Multi-targeted therapy of cancer by omega-3 fatty acids. Cancer Lett 2008, 269 , 363-377. 3. Brenna J.T., Salem N.Jr., Sinclairc A.J., Cunnaned S.C.: α-Linolenic acid supplementation and conversion to n-3long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in humans. PLEFA 2009, 2-3 , 85-91. 4. Bouwman A.C., Bovenhuis H., Visker M

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Krzysztof Szkucik, Monika Ziomek, Waldemar Paszkiewicz, Łukasz Drozd, Michał Gondek and Przemysław Knysz

ranges from 0.48% in Cornu genus snails up to 1.23% in the Helix pomatia species ( 19 ). The nutritional value of snail meat is related not only to its low fat content but also to the balanced proportionality between fatty acid groups as well, primarily unsaturated fatty acid (UFA) content, and of this mainly polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) that are one of the determinants of the biological value of food. The fat obtained from the edible portion of snail meat contains more UFA than saturated fatty acids (SFA). The factors of critical importance for chemical

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Alexander N. Osipenko

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Daniela Belichovska, Zehra Hajrulai-Musliu, Risto Uzunov, Katerina Belichovska and Mila Arapcheska

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Veselina Ivanova, Mona Stancheva and Albena Merdzhanova

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Jolanta Bugajska, Joanna Berska, Diana Hodorowicz-Zaniewska and Krystyna Sztefko

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L. Kouřimská, E. Vondráčková, M. Fantová, P. Nový, L. Nohejlová and K. Michnová

acids and how feeding animals with diet enriched in omega-3 fatty acids to increase nutritional value of derived products for human: what is actually useful? The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 9, 232-242. Cant JP, Fredeen AH, MacIntyre T, Gunn J, Crowe N (1997): Effect of fish oil and monensin on milk composition in dairy cows. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 77, 125-131. doi: 10.4141/A95-125. Cattaneo D, Dell’Orto V, Varisco G, Agazzi A, Savoini G (2006): Enrichment in n-3 fatty acids of goat’s colostrum and milk by maternal

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Tiberius Mogoş, Carmen Dondoi, Claudia-Valeria Chelan, Andra Iacobini and Mihaela Buzea

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Marjan Simčič, Melita Kadunc, Janez Hribar and Rajko Vidrih

fatty acid methyl esters preparation from fresh plant tissues. Anal. Biochem. 211 : 139-143. Marangoni A.G., Palma T., Stanley D.W. 1996. Membrane effects in postharvest physiology. Postharvest Biol. Technol. 7 : 193-217. Meigh G.H., Hulme A.C. 1965. Fatty acid metabolism in the apple fruit during the respiration climacteric. Phytochemistry 4 : 863-871. Morice I.M., Shortland F.B. 1973. Composition of the surface waxes of apple fruits and changes during storage. J. Sci. Food & Agric. 24