10th IRC Canberra, Australia September 26-29,1999 vol.2

New Horizons for an Old Crop

Table of contents

Epidemiological and Biochemical Components of Host Resistance To Blackspot Disease of Rapeseed-Mustard
S. J. KOLTE AND R. P. AWASTHI, India (142)
SIMULATING GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF CANOLA IN AUSTRALIA
M. J. Robertson, J.F. Holland, J. A. Kirkegaard, C. J. Smith, Australia (143)
MANAGING EARTH MITES AS ESTABLISHMENT PESTS OF AUSTRALIAN CANOLA: A GRADUAL PATH TOWARDS IPM
Garrick McDonald , A.A. Hoffmann, T.J. Ridsdill-Smith, Australia (144)
FALSE WIREWORM: AN EMERGING PEST OF CANOLA IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA
Melina Miles, Garrick McDonald, Australia (145)
studies on the inheritance of yellow seedcoat in rapeseed (Brassica napus L)
Wu Jiangsheng, Shi Shuwen, Wu Daowan, Liu Houli, China (146)
GENETIC ENHANCEMENT FOR DOUBLE LOW CHARACTERISTICS IN INDIAN RAPESEED MUSTARD
Abha Agnihotri and Nutan Kaushik, Australia (148)
ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO AUSTRALIAN BLACKLEG
S.J. Marcroft, T.D. Potter, N. Wratten, R. Khangura, P.A. Salisbury, W.A. Burton, Australia (151)
EFFECT OF FARMER-RETAINED CANOLA SEED ON YIELD AND QUALITY
S.J. Marcroft, T.D. Potter, P.A. Salisbury, W.A. Burton, D.J. Ballinger, Australia (152)
SELECTION METHODS FOR BLACKLEG RESISTANCE IN AUSTRALIA
W.A. Burton, S.J. Pymer, S.J. Marcroft, P.A. Salisbury, D.J. Ballinger, Australia (153)
POTENTIAL FOR CRAMBE (C. abyssinica) IN MALLEE / WIMMERA OF AUSTRALIA
Geoffrey Castleman, Sally Pymer, Claire Greenwood, Australia (155)
TRANSGENIC CANOLA FIELD TRIALS IN AUSTRALIA
D.J. Pearl, S.C. Fischer, S.J. Barnes, D.J. Robson, W.A. Burton, P.A. Salisbury, Australia (156)
THE INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO WHITE RUST IN INDIAN MUSTARD (BRASSICA JUNCEA L. CZERN & COSS.)
I. A. Sheikh, J. N. Singh, India (157)
BRASSICACEAE: ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
WARWICK, S.I., Canada (158)
VERN-: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN WINTER AND SPRING CANOLA
Anne M. Johnson-Flanagan, Zhanao Deng, Nancy E. Go, Glen P. Hawkins, Canada/USA (159)
ANTISENSE RNA TO DECREASE THE GREEN SEED PROBLEM IN CANOLA
Anne M. Johnson-Flanagan, Nancy Go, Fengcheng Sun, Jas Singh, Laurian Robert and Michele N. Konschuh, Canada (160)
EVALUATION OF ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN RAPESEED
C.L. Rife, C. Blaker, G. Sidlauskas, USA/Lithuania (161)
THE 1996 98 WESTERN CANADA DISEASE SURVEY; DO AGRONOMIC PRACTICES AFFECT DISEASES OR VICE VERSA ?
R.A.A. Morrall, D.A. Kaminski, L A. Kaminski, Canada (164)
SOME STUDIES ON THE STEM ROT DISEASE (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) OF RAPESEED / MUSTARD IN RAJASTHAN, INDIA
Asha Shivpuri, K.B. Sharma, H.P. Chhipa, India (166)
CREATION OF NEW GERMPLASM IN Brassica napus USING LANDRACES OF Brassica chinensis AND Brassica oleracea VAR. Alboglabra FROM SW CHINA
Niu Yingze Wang Liangzhong Liu Yuzhen, China (167)
INHIBITION OF MYROSINASE PREPARATION BY AN EXTRACT FROM ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVAE-URSI
Mykola S Mykytyn and Grygorij T Demjanchuk, Ukraine (168)
LIFE-CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF CHAINSAW LUBRICANTS MADE FROM RAPESEED OIL OR MINERAL OIL
P.S. Wightman1, R.M. Eavis1, K.C. Walker1, S.E. Batchelor, S.P. Carruthers & E.J. Booth, UK (173)
INFLUENCE OF CHARLOCK CONTAMINATION ON RAPESEED GLUCOSINOLATE LEVEL AND PROFILE
E.J. Booth1, D.S. Farrington2 and S.K. Dhaliwal, UK (180)
DETERMINATION OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN RAPESEED IMPROVEMENT OF THE OFFICIAL HPLC ISO METHOD (PRECISION AND SPEED)
Jean-Paul Wathelet, Nicolas Mabon and Michel Marlier, Belgium (185)
SYNTHESIS AND PURIFICATION OF 36 AROMATIC CHOLINE ESTERS AS STANDARDS
Jean-Paul Wathelet, Nicolas Mabon and Michel Marlier, Belgium (186)
MEASUREMENT OF AROMATIC CHOLINE ESTERS IN RAPESEED BY HPLC
Nicolas Mabon, Jean-Paul Wathelet, Michel Marlier, Belgium (187)
ENZYMATIC TRANSFORMATION OF DESULFO-GLUCOSINOLATES IN PURE NITRILES USING A RECOMBINANT b-O-GLUCOSIDASE
Renato Iori , Jean-Paul Wathelet, Onofrio Leoni, Nicolas Mabon, Michel Marlier, Sandro Palmieri, Belgium/Italy (188)
CORRELATION BETWEEN BREAKDOWN PRODUCTS OF GLUCOSINOLATES AND THE AMOUNT OF RAPESEED MEAL INTRODUCED IN THE DIETS OF 80 LAMBS AND 32 BULLS. EVOLUTION OF 5-VINYL-1,3-OXAZOLIDINE-2-THIONE (5-VOT) AND THIOCYANATE IONS IN BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS AND ORGANS
Nicolas Mabon, Jean-Paul Wathelet, Guy Derycke, S. N. M. Mandiki, Jean-Loup Bister, Michel Marlier, Raymond Paquay, Belgium (189) 
GENETIC MANIPULATION FOR ALTERED OIL QUALITY IN BRASSICAS
Stoutjesdijk P.A, Hurlstone C, Singh S.P, Green A.G., Australia (190) 
STUDIES ON NEW STRAIN SELECTED BY INTERGENERIC HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN Brassica napus AND C.BURSA-PASTORIS
YJ. Huang ,JW. Zhao,HJ. Zhao,FX. He and YC. Li, China (193)
CHEMICAL CONTROL OF BLACKLEG DISEASE OF CANOLA IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Ravjit Khangura1 and Martin J. Barbetti, Australia (194)
ROLE OF Rhizoctonia SPECIES IN DAMPING-OFF OF CANOLA
Ravjit Khangura, Martin J. Barbetti, Mark W. Sweetingham, Australia (195)
FISHING FOR NEW RAPESEED LINES: THE APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR CYTOGENETIC TECHNIQUES TO BRASSICA BREEDING
R.J. Snowdon, A. Köhler, W. Köhler, W. Friedt, Germany (196) 
RAPESEED (Brassica napus L. var. oleifera D.C.) ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL AND AGRONOMICAL ASPECTS AS AFFECTED BY SOIL WATER AVAILABILITY
Ignazio Poma, Giacomo Venezia, Luciano Gristina, Italy (201)
EUROPEAN PESTS OF RAPESEED: A THREAT TO AUSTRALIAN CROPS?
J.M. Hughes and K.A. Evans, UK (204)
COMPOSITION OF OLIVE OIL AND ITS NUTRITIONAL AND HEALTH EFFECT
Apostolos K. Kiritsakis, Greece (205)
NUTRITIONAL EVALUATON OF RAPESEED MEAL FROM DEHULLED RAPESEED FED FOR PIGLETS AND GROWING-FINISHING PIGS
W. Kracht , H. Jeroch, S. Daenicke, W. Matzke, U. Hennig, W. Schumann, Germany (210)
EFFECT OF DEHULLING RAPESEED ON FEED VALUE OF RAPESEED MEAL AND -CAKE FOR POULTRY
W. KRACHT, H. JEROCH, S. DAENICKE, W. MATZKE, Germany (211)
NUTRITIONAL EVALUATON OF RAPESEED CAKE FROM DEHULLED RAPESEED FED FOR PIGLETS AND GROWING-FINISHING PIGS
W. Kracht, H. Jeroch, S. Daenicke, W. Matzke, U. Hennig, W. Schumann, Germany (212)
RESULTS OF ENGINE AND VEHICLE TESTING OF SEMI-REFINED RAPESEED OIL
Kevin P. McDonnell, Shane M. Ward, Paul B. McNulty, Ireland (214)
Conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) and trans fatty acids in milk fat of dairy cows fed rapeseed or sunflower oil
G. Jahreis, F. Tischendorf, P. Möckel, F. Schöne, Germany (219)
SYNTHESES IN 4-HYDROXYGLUCOBRASSICIN SERIES : PREPARATION OF 4-BENZYLOXYDESULFOGLUCOBRASSICIN
Christian Gardrat, Karine Darriet and Bernard de Jéso, France (220)
MICROSATELLITES FOR ANALYSING RAPESEED GENOTYPES
J. Förster, C. Knaak, J. Weyen, Germany (221)
NITROGEN SOLUBILITY INDEX (NSI) OF CANOLA SEED AND MEAL PRODUCED AT CANADIAN AND JAPANESE CRUSHING PLANTS .
J. Daun and M. Kisilowsky, Canada (222)
COMPARISON OF THE QUALITY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED CANOLA VARIETIES WITH OTHER CANOLA VARIETIES GROWN IN WESTERN CANADA IN 1996/97
James Kenneth Daun, Canada (223)
ADAPTATION OF CANOLA TO A MEDITERRANEAN ENVIRONMENT: GENETICS OF THE VERNALIZATION RESPONSES.
R. DAHANAYAKE, N.W. GALWEY, Sri Lanka / Australia (225)
TRIACYLGLYCEROLS AND WAX ESTERS IN AUSTRALIAN CANOLA OIL SEDIMENT
Ingrid Botha, Kevin Robards, Rod Mailer, Australia (226)
Contansâ– FIRST BIOCONTROL AGENT AGAINST Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum IN OILSEED RAPE
Katrin Hedke, Peter Lüth , Andreas von Tiedemann, Germany (227) 
BREEDING HYBRID VARIETIES IN WINTER RAPESEED USING RECESSIVE SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY
Silke Möhring, Elisabeth Esch, Günter Wricke, Germany (228)
BREEDING, INHERITANCE, AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON Brassica napus CV. ZHONGYOU 821 :TOLERANCE TO Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum (STEM ROT)
Yunchang Li, Jun Chen, Richard Bennett, Guy Kiddle, Roger Wallsgrove, Yongju Huang, Yuanhui He, China /UK (230)
RESISTANCE OF CANOLA CULTIVARS TO Leptosphaeria maculans POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN USA
D. V. Phillips, P. L. Raymer, C. B. Hill, USA (231)
DEVELOPING BENCHMARKS FOR CANOLA IN THE CENTRAL EASTERN DISTRICT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Jeff Russell, Australia (236)
FARM BASED DEMONSTRATION TO AID NITROGENOUS FERTILIZER DECISIONS
Jeff Russell, Australia (237)
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE BLACKLEG FUNGUS, Leptosphaeria maculans 
Barbara J Howlett, Anton J Cozijnsen, Kerryn Popa and Agus Purwantara, Australia (238)
Improvement of the nutritive value of rapeseed by selecting varieties with very low glucosinolate content
S.K. Jensen, Denmark (240)
GLYCEROL AS A BY-PRODUCT OF BIODIESEL PRODUCTION IN DIETS FOR RUMINANTS
Angela Schröder and Karl-Heinz Südekum, Germany (241)
EFFECTS OF FEEDING RAPESEED PRODUCTS ON VOLUNTARY ROUGHAGE INTAKE AND NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITIES IN DAIRY COWS
Dietrich Philipczyk, Karl-Heinz Südekum, Manfred Brandt, Klaus Pabst, Germany (242)
HOST PLANT ACCEPTANCE BY THE POLLEN BEETLE (Meligethes aeneus) OF A WILD BRASSICACEAE SPECIES: BARBAREA VERNAM. 
Sc. Desirée Börjesdotter, Sweden (243)
A STUDY ON INTERCROSSING BETWEEN TRANSGENIC Brassica juncea AND OTHER RELATED SPECIES
N. GhoshDastidar, N S. Varma, India (244)
SEEDLINK™ AND DOUBLED HAPLOIDY OFFER SUCCESSFUL SYSTEM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESTORED HYBRIDS IN INDIAN MUSTARD (Brassica juncea)
N. GhoshDastidar, N. S. Varma, India (245)
MICROSPORE CULTURE FOR INDUCTION OF DOUBLED HAPLOIDY IN Brassica juncea and Brassica rapa
Dwarkesh S. Parihar, Sanjit Aradhye, India (246)
ROLE OF CANOLA MEAL IN LIVESTOCK FEED IN AUSTRALIA
John P. Brennan, Rajinder Pal Singh, Inder Pal Singh, Australia (247)
AN ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF CANOLA IMPROVEMENT IN NSW
John P. Brennan, Neil Wratten and Rodney J. Mailer, Australia (249)
DEVELOPMENT OF SELF-INCOMPATIBLE DOUBLE LOW WINTER OILSEED RAPE LINES BY MEANS OF DOUBLED HAPLOID SYSTEM
Vratislav Kucera, Miroslava Vyvadilová, Dagmar Tomášková, Czech Republic (250)
ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF CANOLA IN SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL NSW FARMING SYSTEMS.
J Fiona Scott 1, John P Brennan2 and Khaled Y Faour, Australia (251)
DEVELOPMENT OF BLACKLEG RESISTANT CANOLA QUALITY
B. RAPAFalak I., Thompson P., McNabb W., Grombacher A. and Dwipak S., Australia (252)
OPTIMIZATION OF RAPESEED MEAL USE FOR FATTENING BULLS
R. Paquay1, S.N.M. Mandiki1, J.L. Bister, G. Derycke, J.P. Wathelet, N. Mabon, M. Marlier, Belgium (255)
OPTIMAL LEVEL OF RAPESEED MEAL IN DIETS OF LAMB
S.S.N.M. Mandiki1, J.L. Bister1, G. Derycke, J.P. Wathelet, N. Mabon, M. Marlier, R. Paquay, Belgium (256)
BREEDING OF HYBRID VARIETIES OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE BASED ON THE MSL-SYSTEM
Martin Frauen and Werner Paulmann, Germany (258)
DEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNARIA BLIGHT IN SOME ADVANCED MUTANTS OF Brassica napus UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS 
M. Jalaluddin and M. A. Kashem, India (262)
BRASSICA HYBRID RESEARCH IN INDIA : STATUS AND PROSPECTS
I.D. Pandey, Basudeo Singh and J.N. Sachan, India (263)
ISOZYMIC CHARACTERIZATION OF EXPERIMENTAL F1 HYBRIDS OF Brassica juncea
ID Pandey, Basudeo Singh, NK Singh and JN Sachan, India (264)
THE CRITICAL NITROGEN CURVE FOR WINTER OILSEED RAPE : DETERMINATION AND USE AS A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR CROP NITROGEN STATUS
C. Colnenne, JM. Meynard, France (265)
TEST OF THE CERES-RAPE MODEL FOR WINTER OILSEED RAPE : EFFECT OF THE PLANT NITROGEN STATUS ON YIELD’S COMPONENTS
C. Colnenne , R. ROCHE, JM. Meynard, France (266)
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TEMPORARY NITROGEN DEFICIENCIES IN EARLY SPRING ON WINTER OILSEED RAPE YIELD.
C. Colnenne, R. REAU, JM. Meynard, France (267)
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TEMPORARY NITROGEN DEFICIENCIES IN AUTUMN ON WINTER OILSEED RAPE GROWTH : AERIAL BIOMASS , LEAF AREA INDEX AND RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY.
C. Colnenne, JM. Meynard, France (268)
PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DROUGHT TOLERANCE IN Brassica napus and Brassica juncea
Sharon R Niknam1 and David W Turner, Australia (269)
DEVELOPMENT OF LOW GLUCOSINOLATE RESTORER AND OGU CMS WINTER RAPE HYBRID
JC. Pruvot, K. Kräling, D. Charne, L. Tulsieram, France/Germany/Canada (270)
NUTRITIVE VALUE OF ENZYME-TREATED CANOLA MEAL
Bogdan A. Slominski, Malgorzata Cyran, Wilhelm Guenter, Lloyd D. Campbell, Canada (273)
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF CANOLA-QUALITY Sinapis alba MUSTARD
Bogdan A. Slominski , Heather D. Kienzle, Ping Jiang, Lloyd D.Campbell, Mark Pickard, Gerhard Rakow, Canada (274)
IS THERE A NEED TO REDUCE THE LEVEL OF INDOLE GLUCOSINOLATES IN CANOLA/RAPESEED ?
Lloyd D Campbell, Bogdan A Slominski, Soren K Jensen, Canada/Denmark (275)
LOW-GLUCOSINOLATE CANOLA IN LAYING HEN DIETS
Lloyd D Campbell, Bogdan A Slominski, Kevin C Falk, Yuqiong Wang, Canada (276) 
CONDENSED TANNINS OF RAPESEED: NEW FINDINGS AND CHALLENGES
Marian Naczk, Ryszard Amarowicz, Fereidoon Shahidi, Canada./Poland (277)
S1 PER SE RECURRENT SELECTION IN THREE SPRING CANOLA (Brassica napus) POPULATIONS
J. D. Patel, M. Elhalwagy, I. Falak, L. Tulsieram, Canada (278) 
DEVELOPING CANOLA-QUALITY CULTIVARS OF YELLOW MUSTARD (Sinapis alba L.)
Jack Brown, Jim B. Davis, Angela P. Brown, Donna A. Erickson & Lindy Seip, USA (280)
DEVELOPING HIGH GLUCOSINOLATE CULTIVARS SUITABLE FOR BIO-FUMIGATION FROM INTERGENERIC HYBRIDS
Angela P. Brown, Jack Brown & Jim B. Davis, USA (281)
NEW ALLOPLASMATIC FORMS OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE CREATED BY INTERSPECIFIC CROSSING
M. Starzycki, E. Starzycka, M. Matuszczak, J. Krzymanski, Poland (283)
SULPHUR UTILISATION EFFICIENCY IN OILSEED RAPE
F.J. Zhao1, M.M.A. Blake-Kalff, N. Riley, M.J. Hawkesford, S.P. McGrath, UK (284)
DEVELOPMENT OF WINTER RAPESEED (Brassica napus var. OLEIFERA) RESISTANT AGAINST INFECTION OF TURNIP MOSAIC VIRUS (TuMV)
Andrzej Wojciechowski1, Przemyslaw Lehmann2, Edward Kozubek, Poland (285)
COUNTERCURENT BLEACHING OF RAPSEED OIL
P. Transfeld, Germany (288)
CROP ROTATION AND RESIDUE DURABILITY EFFECTS OF BRASSICAS AND OTHER CROPS ON WINTER WHEAT
Stephen O. Guy, USA (290)
STUDIES OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus L.) VERY LOW IN ALIPHATIC GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT
Jan A. Krzymanski, Teresa Pietka, Krzysztof Michalski, Krystyna Krotka, Poland (297)
CHARACTERISTICS OF DOUBLE LOW WINTER RAPESEED LINES WITH INTRODUCED RESTORER GENE FOR CMS OGURA
Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Wieslawa Poplawska, Poland (298)
AN IN VITRO MUTAGENESIS – SELECTION SYSTEM FOR Brassica napus L.
Teresa Cegielska-Taras, Laurencja Szala, Jan Krzymanski, Poland (300)
INFLUENCE OF SULPHUR FERTILIZATION ON GLUCOSINOLATE QUALITY AND QUANTITY IN SEEDS OF TWO DOUBLE LOW OILSEED RAPE VARIETIES (Brassica napus L.)
Franciszek Wielebski, Marek Wójtowicz , Jan Krzymanski, Poland (301)
YIELD STRUCTURE OF DOUBLE LOW WINTER OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus L.) VARIETIES IN DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Marek Wójtowicz, Franciszek Wielebski, Jan Krzymanski, Poland (302)
REPORT OF EUROPEAN CO-OPERATIVE STUDY OF FERTILITY IN HYBRID VARIETAL ASSOCIATIONS
J.E. Ramsbottom and S.P.J. Kightley, UK (309)
PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH REGISTERING HYBRID RAPE VARIETIES
J.E. Ramsbottom, R.J. Jarman and S.P.J. Kightley, UK (310)
THE CHALLENGES OF REGISTERING AND TRIALLING GENETICALLY MODIFIED VARIETIES
T.D. Green, J.E. Ramsbottom, UK (311)
LATEST FINDINGS ON VARIETY AND FUNGICIDE INTERACTIONS
J.E. Ramsbottom and J.E. Thomas, UK (312)
YIELD IMPROVEMENT THROUGH CANOPY MANAGEMENT
RK SCOTT, DT STOKES, SC McWIILLIAM, JH SPINK and RW CLARE, UK (313)
RAPE IMPROVING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF OILSEED RAPE
DT STOKES, RK SCOTT, SC McWILLIAM, MJ BULLARD and RW CLARE, UK (314)