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A B S T R A C T The palm oil (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) is widely produced in the Brazilian Amazon region; however, the expansion of its cultivation to other environments is mandatory to attend the increasing demand of the industry, especially in the food and biodiesel fields. This study aimed to analyze the lipid profile and physicochemical characteristics of crude palm oil obtained from different palm genotypes cultivated in Goiana-PE, Northeast of Brazil. All genotypes showed high oil yielddoi:10.24221/jeap.4.4.2019.2632.251-256 fatcat:xe5iftffn5coph347kd7qmucfm