Bulletin n°22 2005

Technical Meeting, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CN, June 2005

This issue contains all communications presented in the framework of our Technical Meeting, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CN, June 2005.

Economy Session 
Chairman : Dr. Gisbert Kley ; Co-chairman : Graziano Ceddia

Plant Breeding
Chairman : Dr. Rachael Scarth ; Co-chairman : Dr. Wolfgang Friedt

Freedom to Operate (FTO) Issues in specialty oil canola breeding in North America
Bert INNES, Canada
Freedom to Operate (FTO) Issues in specialty Oil Canola Breeding- The European View-
Petra JORASCH & Wolfgang FRIEDT, Germany
Rapeseed Meal Quality Breeding – The European Situation
Wolfgang FRIEDT, Ana-Gloria BADANI, Benjamin WITTKOP, Wilfried LÜHS and Rod SNOWDON, Germany
Breeding for Blackleg Disease Resistance in Canola : The Impact of New Strains on the Industry
W.G. Dilantha. FERNANDO & Yu CHEN, Canada
The Present and Future of Rapeseed Production in China
FU Tingdong, TU Jinxing , MA Chaozhi , ZHANG Yi , ZHANG Dongxiao , LI Xinhua, China
Mustard Breeding in India, some Recent Developments
Dr. Deepak Pental, A. K. Pradhan, India
Brassica (canola) oilseed breeding in Canada
G. RAKOW, J.P. RANEY, J. RELF-ECKSTEIN, Canada 

Phytotechnics Session - Agronomy and Crop Protection
Chairman : Dr. Rachael Scarth ; Co-chairman : Dr. Wolfgang Friedt

Analysis and Uses Session
Chairman : Dr. J. Daun ; Co-chairman : Dr. Jean-Paul Wathelet

Progress in Standardization for Glucosinolates Analysis
Alain QUINSAC, France
The Potential of Supercritical Fluid Extraction to Produce Specialty Oil and Meal Products from Canola
Feral TEMELLI, Sandra MAK, Wendy WISMER, Rex NEWKIRK, Canada
Why does anyone need High Oleic canola ?
Willie LOH, USA
Direct Production of Biodiesel from Lipid-Bearing Materials, Including Canola
Michael J. HAAS, Karen SCOTT, Thomas FOGLIA, William N. M ARMER, USA
Biodiesel, Analytical Aspects
Florence LACOSTE, Lionel LAGARDERE, France
Myrosinases, glucosinolates and transformation products in Brassica, Raphanus and Sinapis : physico-chemical properties and activity of myrosinase isoenzymes
I. BARBA, N. BELLOSTAS, I.L. PETERSEN, A. PUIGGROS, J. C. SORENSEN, S. SORENSEN & Hilmer SORENSEN, Denmark

Conclusions : Analysis and Utilization Session
Dr. J.P. WATHELET, Belgium & Dr. J.K. DAUN, Canada

Posters
Trimethylamine in plasma of lambs fed with rapeseed meal
Jean-Paul WATHELET, Nicolas MABON, Raymond PAQUAY & Michel MARLIER, Belgium
Economic importance and management of Sclerotinia stem rot and Verticillium in winter oilseed rape in Germany -abstract-
Andreas von. TIEDEMANN, S. KOCH, S. DUNKER, M. RÖHRIG, B. KLEINHENZ, Germany
Myrosinases, glucosinolates and transformation products thereof in Brassica, Raphanus and Sinapis; autolysis and myrosinase catalysed hydrolysis resulting in products of interest for food, feed and as plant protection agents
Natalia BELLOSTAS, Jens Christian SØRENSEN, Susanne SØRENSEN, Hilmer SØRENSEN, Denmark
Bioactive transformation products of glucosinolates: a key factor determining the quality of Brassicaceae (e.g. oilseed rape) derived products as lipids/oils, concentrates and isolates of proteins
Jens Christian SØRENSEN, Hilmer SØRENSEN, Denmark
Canadian Canola Quality Parameters: Comparison of Results from Harvest and Export Surveys
Douglas R. DeCLERCQ & James K. DAUN, Canada
PiggyBack™ expression, a versatile method for enhancing amino acid composition in plants:Improved milk production in dairy cows by enriching the histidine content of canola seeds
Nigel J. KILBY & Pekka HEIKKILÄ, Finland 
Microbial Preparations for Control and Prevention of Fungal Disease on Canola Control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and Leptosphaeria maculans (Phoma Lingam)
William McCLINTOCK, Canada
Inheritance of seed coat color genes of Brassica napus (L) and tagging the genes using SRAP molecular markers
Mukhlesur RAHMAN, Peter B.E. Mc VETTY, Genyi LI, Canada
Tolerance of Traditional and Imidazolinone Resistant Canola to Soil Applied Residual Herbicides in the Southeastern United States -abstract-
Timothy L. GREY, Paul L. RAYMER, G. David BUNTIN, USA
Factors affecting linolenic acid content in low-linolenic rapeseed varieties -abstract-
Didier PELLET, A. BAUX, F. ROMON, N. COLBACH, Switzerland
Contribution of Dockage (admixture) to the Chlorophyll Content of Canadian Canola Exports
Bert SIEMENS & James DAUN, Canada
Association of seed colour and fibre content in Brassica napus canola -abstract-
J. Philip RANEY, Jo-Anne RELF-ECKSTEIN & Gerhard RAKOW,Canada
Effects of Low Initial Stand Density on Canola Performance 
Paula J. PETERSEN, Robert A. HENSON, Bryan K. HANSON & Burton L. JOHNSON, USA
Effect of Agronomical Factors and Harvest Year on Winter Rape Seed Yield, its Quality, Crude Fat and Protein Yield 
Bonislava BUTKUTE, Irena BRAZAUSKIENE, Lithuania
Grain Yield Lost of Canola Using Hyola 401 as Seed for Planting
José Ernesto CERVANTES MARTINEZ & Nemecio CASTILLO TORRES, Mexico 
Analysis of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) genomic DNA region linked to restorer gene for CMS ogura – transformation of an RAPD marker into a SCAR marker
Katarzyna MIKOLAJCZYK, Joanna NOWAKOWSKA, Miroslawa DABERT, Jan PODKOWINSKI, Maciej SZYMANSKI & Iwona BARTKOWIAK-BRODA, Poland
Control of volunteer canola in field pea, flax, sunflower, soybean, corn, and wheat -abstract- 
Brian M. JENKS, Kent R. McKAY, Denise M. MARKLE, Gary P. WILLOUGHBY, USA
Cloning and sequencing of FAD-3 desaturase gene from winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) lines characterized by differentiated content of linolenic acid
Katarzyna MIKOLAJCZYK, Jan PODKOWINSKI, Miroslawa DABERT, Joanna NOWAKOWSKA, Stanislaw SPASIBIONEK & Iwona BARTKOWIAK-BRODA, Poland
Winter Rapeseed Evaluations in North Dakota
B.L. JOHNSON & P.J. PETERSEN, USA

Rapeseed Bibliography - 2005