Canola. Chemistry, Production, Processing, and Utilization by James K. Daun, N A Michael Eskin, Dave Hickling

By James K. Daun, N A Michael Eskin, Dave Hickling

This booklet provides a whole photograph of the canola crop together with its historical past, botany, genetics, distribution, breeding and biotechnology, construction, processing, composition, dietary homes and usage of the seed, oil and meal, in addition to an financial profile. whereas the focus during this e-book is on canola of Canadian foundation, its cousin crop oilseed rape can be mentioned to a lesser volume. The paintings offers updated info at the crop and highlights parts the place examine and improvement is both wanted or is in process.

  • Provides broad details at the canola plant, together with breeding, genetic engineering for trait improvement, and seed morphology and composition
  • Editors and members are worldwide leaders in canola learn and application
  • Offers a finished evaluate of canola oil and meal composition, foodstuff, and utilization

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Average seed yields of B. napus apparently surged ahead by over 30% in the period 2000–2008—a very rapid rate of seed increase due in part to a major shift from OPP cultivars to hybrids in B. napus. The average seed yields of B. napus canola/rapeseed in the spring habit growing areas of the world were 1406 kg/ha Botany and Plant Breeding 51 in 2000 and 1723 kg/ha in 2008.  napus cultivars, were 3129 kg/ha in 2000 and 3541 kg/ha in 2008. Therefore, spring B.  napus canola/rapeseed cultivars in 2000 and 49% of the winter B.

Cytological studies postulated a common ancestry with a base chromosome number of six in brassica species (Thompson, 1956; Röbbelen, 1960). ) Heynh. , 2005; Murphy, 2007; 32 A. E. McVetty Snowdon, 2007). All cultivated brassica species trace their common origin to the Mediterranean region. The wild diploid species arose probably about 4 million years ago, but they themselves may be the result of karyotype rearrangements such as ploidizations and interspecies hybridizations that occurred much earlier.

Raisio. com/www/page/Benecol_engl_product. ; W. Holzner; R. Ebermann. The Development of Turnip-Type and Oilseed-Type Brassica rapa Crops from the Wild-Type in Europe—An Overview of Botanical, Historical and Linguistic Facts. Rapeseed Today and Tomorrow. Presented at the 9th International Rapeseed Congress; GCIRC: Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1995; pp 1066–1069. Sauer, J. Historical Geography of Crop Plants; CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL, 1993. P. Kondra. Tower summer rape [cultivar]. Can. J. Plant Sci.

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