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The chemical strucuture of alpha-linolenic acid showing physiological numbering (red) and chemical numbering (blue) conventions.

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Chemical structure of alpha-linolenic acid showing differing numbering conventions, created with ChemDraw.

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Source en:Image:ALAnumbering.png, re-drawn in BKchem+perl+inkscape+vim
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current05:08, 24 October 2007Thumbnail for version as of 05:08, 24 October 2007444 × 67 (1 KB)SlashmeOmega and alpha are labels for the numbering scheme. Make omega label red to match.
16:49, 23 October 2007Thumbnail for version as of 16:49, 23 October 2007444 × 67 (1 KB)SlashmeThe chemical strucuture of alpha-linolenic acid showing physiological numbering (red) and chemical numbering (blue) conventions. {{Information |Description=Chemical structure of alpha-linolenic acid showing differing numbering conventions, created with C
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