11th IRC, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 6-10, 2003 -  Volume 1

Table of contents 

PLANT BREEDING
Opportunities for new cruciferous crops 

The potential of Brassica juncea, B. carinata and Sinapis alba as new oilseed crops in Canada.
G. Rakow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1]
Brassica napus - a new oilseed crop in India.
S. Prakash, S. R. Bhaf and S. S. Banga- India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO2]
The potential of canola qualify Brassica juncea as an oilseed crop for Australia.
W. Burton, P. Salisbury and D. Potts. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO3]

Disease resistance 

Breeding disease resistant Brassica oilseed cultivars for sustainable yield and quality.
Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, M. Starzycki. Poland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1.1]
Breeding of a Brassica napus cultivar Zhongshuang No. 9 with high-resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and dynamics of its important defense enzyme activity.
H. Wang, G. Uu, Y. Zheng, X. Wang, Q. Yang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1.2]
Screening for resistance to stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) in Brassica napus genetic resources.
T. Rouxel, E. Willner and M. H. Balesdent. France, Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1.3]
Transfer of new blackleg resistances into oilseed rape.
H. Winter, A. Diestel, S. Gärtig, N. Krone, K. Sterenberg, M. D. Sacristan. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1.4]
Breeding Brassica napus canola for blackleg resistance and seed quality.
J.A. Relf-Eckstein, G. Rakow, N. Wratten. Canada, Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO1.5]
Strain variation in Phoma lingam, the incitant of blackleg of oilseed rape.
B. Koopmann, E. Führer-lthurrat, B. Volke, J. Sock, H. H. Hoppe. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.1]
Symptom development on oilseed rape after combined inoculation with Phoma lingam isolates belonging to different pathogenicity groups.
B. Koopmann. C. Onken, E. Vorbeck, H. H. Hoppe. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.2]
Five years of field experiments on the potential durability of the resistance of highly resistant Brassica napus lines to Leptosphaeria maculans.
H. Brun, X. Pinochet, M. Ermel, X. Tanguy, M. Renard. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.3]
Introduction of blackleg resistance from Brassica rapa into Brassica napus.
A. M. Chèvre, A. Ponce de Leon, E. Jenczewski. F. Eber, R. Delourme, M. Renard, H. Brun. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.4]
Stem canker of oilseed rape: molecular tools and mathematical modelling to deploy durable resistance.
N. Evans. B. Fitt. F. van den Bosch, M. Eckert, Y. J. Huang, S. Pietravalle, Z. Karolewski, T. Rouxel, M. H. Balesdent, S. Ross, L. Gout, H. Brun, D. Andrivon, L. Bousset, P. Gladders, X. Pinochet, A. Penaud, M. Jedryczka, P. Kachlicki, A. Stachowiak, J. Olechnowicz, A. Podlesna, I. Happstadius, J. Meyer, M. Renard. UK, Poland, France [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.5]
Progress in the utilisation of Brassica nigra in breeding for resistance to blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans).
F. C. Ogbonnaya, G. Halloran, S. Marcroft, E. Pang, N. Gororo. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.6]
The potential role of apoptosis in the host-parasite interaction of Leptosphaeria maculans with Brassica napus.
W. A. Cowling, C. Li, S. J. Barker, D. G. Gilchrist. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.7]
Uniformity trials and the reliability of blackleg resistance ratings.
N. Wratten, T. Potter, B. Cullis, A. Smith. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.8]
Infection of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum to rapeseed and sunflower and its virulence differentiation.
Y. Li, H. Wang, D. Li, J. Li, D. Wang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.9)
The establishment of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum resistant near isogenic lines.
G. Li, X. Wu, L. Jin, F. Shengqiu, C. Cuilian, H. Tang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.10]
In vitro screening stem rot resistant (tolerant) materials in Brassica napus L.
Shi Shuwen, Liu Lianghong, Wu Jiangsheng, Zhou Yongming. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.11]
Turnip yellows luteovirus resistance in winter oilseed rape.
C. Paetsch, K. Graichen, M. Frauen, D. Hauska, R. Hemker, J. Koch, G. Stiewe. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.12)
Infestation of winter oilseed rape by Turnip yellows luteovirus and its relevance to yield.
C. Paetsch, K. Graichen, M. Frauen, D. Hauska, R. Hemker, J. Koch, G. Stiewe. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.13]
Incorporation of blackspot resistance from different origins into oilseed rape.
A. Klewer, R. Scheunemann, M. D. Sacristan. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP1.15)
Characterization of clubroot resistance in recent winter oilseed rape material.
E. Diederichsen, U. Deppe, M. D. Sacristan. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, B1.16]


Molecular Markers 

Utilisation and future needs for molecular markers in Brassica oilseed breeding.
W. Friedt, R. Snowdon. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO3.1]

Comparative genomic approaches for high throughput physical and genetic mapping and gene cloning in oilseed rape [Brassica napus} and application to breeding.
B. Chalhoub. K. Budin, S. Aubourg, H. Belcram, P. Laffont, R. Delourme, A. Lechamy, M. Renard and M. Caboche. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO3.2]

Podshatter resistance: from gene function validation in Arabidopsis towards a productivity trait in oilseed rape.
G. Vancanneyt, P. Redig, R. Child. M, Yanofsky, J. Botterman. Belgium-UK-USA.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO3.3]

Genetic map of rapeseed - the basis for localization of QTLs for seed glucosinolate and erucic acid content.
M. Matuszczak, J. Krzymanski, I. Bartkowiak-Broda. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.1]

QTL mapping for yellow seed colour in oilseed rape (Brassica napus).

A. G. Badani, R. Snowdon, R. Baetzel. W. Luhs, R. Horn, W. Friedt.Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.2]

Mapping of QTLs for oil content in an European x Chinese population of winter rapeseed.
J. Zhao, H. C. Backer and W. Ecke. Germany & China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.3]

QTL mapping and analysis of QTL x nitrogen interactions for protein and oil contents in Brassica napus L
M. K. Güll, H. C. Becker. W. Ecke. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.4]

Development of improved winter rapeseed populations for quality breeding and QTL mapping of agronomic characters.

T. Spiller, W. Luhs, R. Baetzel, R. Snowdon and W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.5]

Utilisation of molecular markers for screening of self-incompatible Brassica napus genotypes.
V. Cum, M. Vyvaditova, L. Dolanska, V. Kucera, R. Sobotka. Czech Republic.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.6]

A molecular marker database of rapeseed varieties.
Jörg Plieske, Gregor Durstewitz, Andreas Polley, Martin Ganal. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.7)

Development of molecular markers for resistance to blackleg disease (Leptosphaeria maculans) in canola.
Sanjay Singh, Morley Muralitharan, Gururaj Kadkol, David Cahill, Eddie Pang. Australia. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.8]

Mapping specific resistance genes to Leptosphaeria maculans in rapeseed {Brassica napus L.)
R. Delourme, M. L. Pilet-Nayel, M. Archipiano, R. Horvais, M. H. Balesdent, X. Tanguy, T. Rouxel, H. Brun, M. Renard. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.9]

Mapping QTLs and major resistance genes to clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae) in Brassica napus.
M. Manzanares-Dauleux, R. Delourme, P. Glory, A. Giboulot, G. Thomas. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.10]

A.C.G.M. and S.N.P.
Marie Fourmann, Nicole Froger, Manuella Samson. Cyril Falentin, Régine Delourme, Mathieu Pelpel, Yun Hai Lu, Philippe Blanchard, Dominique Brunel. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.11]

Molecular analysis of Arabidopsis thaliana transparent testa (tl) genes in Brassica napus.
T. Lotz, R. Snowdon, R. Horn, G. Dewal, B. Weisshaar, W. Friedt, H. Belcram, M. Caboche, B. Chalhoub.Germany-USA-France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.12]

Developing plant artificial chromosome from Arabidopsis genetic resources for rapeseed improvement.
Y. Sun, J. Meng. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.13]

Use of oilseed rape BAC library for identifying specific A and C genome markers.
Olivier Coriton, Boulos Chaloub, Frederique Eber and Anne-Matie Chevre.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.14]

Fishing for physical genome information - Brassica cytogenetics past, present and future.
R. Snowdon, W. Köhler, T. Friedrlch, W. Friedt. Germany [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.15]

Genomic in situ hybridization analysis of intergeneric hybrids between Brassica species and Orychophragmus violaceus and detection of rDNA loci in O. violaceus.
Z. Y. Li. M. Ceccarelli, S. Minelli, A. Contento, Y. Liu, P. G. Cionini. China - Italy.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.16]

PrBn, a major gene controlling homoeologous pairing in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) haploids.
E. Jenczewski, F. Eber, A. Grimaud, S. Huet. M. 0. Lucas, H. Monod, A. M. Chèvre. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.17]

B-genome detection and influence in Interspecific crosses of Brassica napus and B. juncea.
Chhs Schetfhout, Wallace A. Cowling, Janet Wroth.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.18]

Positional cloning of a cleistogamous gene in rapeseed.
Y, Lu, P. Rouault, H. Belcram, N. Piel, M O. Lucas, C. Falentin, M. Renard, B. Chalhoub, R. Delourrne. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.19]

Cloning and characterization of HAT and HDAC recruiting factors from Brassica napus.
Abdelali Hannoufa, Ming-Jun Gao. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.20]

Effect of the MAR chicken lysozyme A element on the expression of the endochitinase gene from Trichoderma harzianum in Brassica napus.
M. Wallbraun, C. Eisenhauer, M. Zwiebel, G. Krczal. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.21]

Studies of microspore culture and doubled haploid breeding on rapeseed : plant regeneration from microspore derived embryos of F1 hybrids between Brassica napus and B. juncea.
X. Li. C. Quan. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.22]

Microspore culture of rapeseed from NS-gene pool.
D. Vasic, A. Marjanovic-Jeromela, R. Marinkovic. Yugoslavia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.23]

In vitro culture and effects of explant coculturing in canola (Brassica napus L.).
A. A. Mehrabi. M. Omidi, B. E. S. Tabatabaie, A. A. S. Boshehri. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.24]

In vitro shoot regeneration improvement with Thidiazuron and Benzyladenine in rapeseed {Brassica napus L.).
P. Jonoubi. A. Mousavi, A. Majd, M. Jalali-Javaran, J. Daneshian, A. H. Salmanian. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.25]

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation and regeneration of fertile transgenic plants of rapeseed {Brassica napus L.).
P. Jonoubi, A. Mousavi, A. Majd, M. Jalali-Javaran, J. Daneshian, A. H. Salmanian. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.26]

A new selection system for i.a. transgenic rapeseed, based on galactose as selective agent and a UDP-glucose:galactose-1 -phosphate uridyltransferase gene as selective gene.
Morten Joersbo, Kirsten Jorgensen, Janne Brunstedt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.27]

Development of a method for in planta transformation in Brassica napus L.
Y. Jang, J. Lee, B. Choung, Y. Na, Y, Choy. The Republic of Korea.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.28]

Genetic modification of tocopherol biosynthesis in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) for nutritional purposes.
M. Raclaru, W. Luhs, M. K. Zarhloul, J. Gruber, R. Sadre, D. Weier, W. Friedt, M. Frentzen. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.29]

Agrobacterium-mediated production of Brassica napus transgenic plants with a stilbene synthase gene.
Jose Orsini, Alfred Baumert, Carsten Milkowski, Jens Weyen, Gunhild Leckband.Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.30]

Implementation of arachidonic acid biosynthesis in higher plants.
A. Abbadi, F. Domergue, H. Kirsch, A. Meyer, P. Sperling, TK Zank, E. Heinz. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.31]

Metabolic engineering of the sinapic acid ester content in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
A. Hüsken. C. Milkowski, D. Strack. H. C. Becker, C. Möllers. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.32]

Genetic transformation of hybrid parents in Brassica napus with bivalent genes and their resistances to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
Wang Xin-fa, Wang Hang-zhong, Hu Zan-min, Liu Gui-hua, Zheng Yuan-ben.China.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.33]

Molecular gene transfer for the generation of salt tolerant rapeseed (Brassica campestris, Brassica napus) varieties in Bangladesh.
L. Hassan. Bangladesh [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.34]

Construction of a high-density linkage map in Brassica juncea.
A. K. Pradhan, V. Gupta, N. Ramchiary, A. Mukhopadhyay, N. Arumugam, Y. S. Sodhi, D. Penta!. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.35]

AFLP markers linked to seed quality traits in Brassica juncea.
V. L Ripley, J. P. Raney, G. Rakow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.36]

A candidate gene approach identified loci involved in the glucosinolate biosynthesis in mustard (Brassica juncea).
E. Lionneton, G. Aubert, S. Ochatt. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.37]

Agrobacterium mediated transformation of elite cultivars of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea coss. & czern.).
R. C. Yadav. N. Vats, M. Arya, N. R. Yadav,D. Singh. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.38]

Transformation of microspore - derived embryos to study the myrosinase -glucosinolate system in Brassica napus L.
J. Troczynska, L Drozdowska, T. Cegielska-Taras. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP3.39]

Seed oil and meal quality 

Present status and future perspectives of breeding for seed quality in Brassica oilseed crops.
G. Rakow, J. P. Raney. Canada [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.1]

Cloning of Fad2 and Fad3 genes and development of gene-specific markers for high oleic and low linolenic acids in canola (Brassica napus L.)
X. Hu, M. L. Sullivan, M. Gupta, S. A. Thompson. USA. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.2]

Reduction in saturated fat content of Brassica napus canola through interspecifc crosses and mutagenssis.
J. P. Raney, T. V. Olson, G. Rakow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.3]

Novel seed oil types in Ethiopian mustard.
Abdelghani Nahloussi, Jose M. Fernandez-Martinez, Antonio De Haro, Leonardo Velasco. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.4]

Breeding of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) for modified tocopherol composition - synergy of conventional and modern approaches.
W. Lühs, D. Weier, V. Marwede, M. Frauen, G. Leckband, H. C. Becker, M. Frentzen,W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.5]

Yellow-seeded Brassica napus from interspecific crosses.
M. H. Rahman.Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.6]

Research and commercial application of the complete dominance yellow-seeded gene in Brassica Napus L.
J. Li, L. Chen, Y. Liang, X. Ye. L. Liu.China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.7]

Genetic variability of rapeseed protein composition.
C. Malabat, H. Atterby, Q. Chaudhry, M. Renard, J. Gueguen. UK & France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.8]

NAPUS 2000 - a research programme for the improvement of the whole rapeseed.
G. Leckband. H. Rades, M. Frauen, W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BO5.9]

Genetic variation, genotype x environment interactions and heritabilities of tocopherol content in winter oilseed rape {Brassica napus L,).
V. Marwede, C. Möllers, J. Olejniczak, H. C. Becker. Germany & Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.1]

Genotypic variation for saturated fatty acid content of Victorian canola.
N. Gororo, P. Salisbury, G. Rebetzke, W. Burton, C. Bell. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.2]

Creation of HOLL spring Brassica napus from a cross between low linoleic and low linolenic acid mutants.
J. P. Raney, T. V. Olson, G. Rakow.Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.3]

Mutants of Brassica napus with changed fatty acid composition.
S. Spasibionek, J. Krzymanski, I. Bartkowiak-Broda. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.4]

Inheritance of modified fatty acid composition in Australian lines of Brassica napus.
Allison M. Gurung. Phillip A. Salisbury, Susan E. Knights, Keith White.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.5]

The inheritance of erucic acid content in summer rapeseed {Brassica napus L.).
S. S. Pourdad & J. N. Sachan. Iran & India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.6]

Increase of erucic acid content in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) through the combination with genes for high oleic acid.
N. D. Sasongko, H. C. Becker, C. Möllers. Germany & Indonesia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.7]

Development of rapeseed plants with optimised oilseed quality.
K. Sonntag, E. Rudloff, I. Groeneveld, D. Weier, M. Frentzen, L. Lehmann, K. Zarhloul, W. Lühs. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.8]

Mechanism for the formation of distinctive seedcoat colour in yellow-seeded rape (Brassica napus L.).
Y. Liang, J. Li. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.9]

Development of segregating populations in the breeding of yellow-seeded winter rapeseed (Brassica napus L.).
R. Baetzel, W. Luhs, A. G. Badani, W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.10]

Seed colour assessment in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy,
R. Baetzel, W. Friedt, W. Luhs. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.11]

Characteristic of yellow-seeded lines of winter oilseed rape.
A. Piotrowska, J. Krzymanski, I. Bartkowiak-Broda, K. Krotka. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.12]

Development of yellow-seeded Brassica napus in Siberia.
D. A. Potapov, G. M. Osipova. Russia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.13]

Influence of seed colour on seed vigour in Brassica napus.
A. B. Neubert, W. Lühs, R. Baetzel, W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.14]

Glucosinolates in conventional cultivars and hybrid cultivars of Brassica napus L. with the influence of pat-gene and a glufosinate application.
R. Rothe, H. Hartung, G. Marks, H. Bergmann, F. Schöne. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.15]

QTL effects for seed glucosinolate content in BC3 families of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) segregating for single QTL only.
R. Marschalek, H. C. Becker, W. Ecke. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.16]

Breeding for reduced glucosinolate content in oilseed rape.
John Hill, B. Jornsgaard, M. Habibur Rahman, Li Peivu, Hilmer Serensen, Jens Christian Sorensen.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.17]

Influence of pollen genotype on rapeseed quality - Analyses of single seeds by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS).
N. H. Horn, A. Girke, C. Möllers, H. C. Becker. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.18]

Selection of rapeseed (Brassica napus) mutants with low contents of anti-nutritional compounds.
Jan Olejniczak. Thomas zum Felde, Christian Mollers, Heiko Becker, Andrzej Wojciechowski. Poland & Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.19]

Genetic variation, inheritance and development of NIRS-calibrations for sinapic acid esters in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
T. zum Felde, A. Baumert, H. C. Becker, C.Möllers. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,BP5.20)

Fatty acid variability in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea} lines generated through inter - and/or intra - specific hybridization.
N. Kaushik, A. Agnihotri. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.21]

Development of high oleic acid Brassica juncea by antisense technology.
I. Shivaraman, P. K. Burma, V. Gupta, N. Arumugam, A. Mukhopadhyay, Y. S. Sodhi. A. K. Pradhan, D. Pental. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.22 ]

Inheritance of allyl glucosinolate in the development of canola quality Brassica juncea for Australia.
W.A. Burton, D.A. Potts, D. Males, P.A. Salisbury. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.23]

Brassica juncea with a canola fatty acid composition from an interspecific cross with Brassica napus.
J. P. Raney, T. V. Olson, G. Rakow, V. L. Ripley. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.24]

Selection of near zero aliphatic glucosinolate Brassica juncea from an interspecific cross with B. napus.
J. P. Raney. T. V. Olson, G. Rakow, V. L Ripley. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.25]

Selection for increased mucilage content without compromising yield in yellow mustard.
J. P. Raney, G. Rakow, D. Rode. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.26]

Erucic acid levels in Sinapis arvensis L. from different parts of the world.
J. Daun. V. Barthet, R. Scarth. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.27]

Inheritance of erucic acid content in European and North American populations of wild mustard Sinapis arvensis.
R. Scarth, J. Daun, V.Barthet, J. Nuget-Rigby. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.28]

Seed storage components of Eruca vesicaria (L.) germplasm.
Antonio de Haro, Cesar Gomez-Campo. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP5.29] 

Hybrids B. napus 

A new recombined double low restorer line for the Ogu-INRA cms in rapeseed.
C, Primard-Brisset, J. P. Poupard, R. Horvais, F. Budar, G. Pelletier, M. Renard, R. Delourme. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.1]

Characteristic of winter rapeseed double low restorer lines for cms ogura system.
I. Bartkowiak-Broda, W. Poplawska, A. Furguth. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.2]

Genetic studies on GMS in Brassica napus L. II. Classification and name of sterile gene.
F. Chen. B. Hu. Q. Li, X. Wu, S. Hou, F. Wei. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.3]

Performances of the recessive genetic male sterile hybrid Brassica napus varieties (Lines) and their hybrid seed production.
Baocheng Hu, F Chen, Q Li. S Hou, X wu, W Fei.China [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.4]

Genetic analysis and applied studies on three recessive GMS lines in Brassica napus L.
P. Zhang, J. Tian, D. Li. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.5]

Mapping the dominant genie mate-sterile gene (Ms) in Brassica napus L. with AFLP markers.
G. Y. Lu, D. F. Hong, G. Y. Yang, T. D. Fu. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.6]

Development and perspectives of MSL-hybrids in winter oilseed rape in Europe.
M. Frauen, J. Noack, W. Paulmann, F. Grosse. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.7]

Development and perspectives of MSL- based varieties of spring canola in North America.
O. Sass, M. Frauen. W. Paulmann. F. Grosse. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.8]

Accomplishment of CMS MSL and Polima system in different genotypes of Brassica napus L.
M. R. Ahmadi. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.9]

Alloplasmic line of Brassica napus L. with Erucastrum canariense cytoplasm is male sterile.
S. S. Banga, S. K. Banga, P. B. Bhaskar, I. Ahuja, B. Payal. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.10]

Discovery and identification of a novel double-low cytoplasmic male sterile 681A and three-line system in Brassica napus.
C. Guan, G. Wang, S. Chen, X. Li, Z. Liu, X. Lei. USA & China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.11]

Classification of NCa CMS in B. napus and the inheritance of fertility restoration.
G. Liu, H. Wang, Y. Zheng, X. Wang, Q. Yang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.12]

Development of super-hybrids by ecolypical cytoplasmic male sterility in Brassica napus L.
Guangsheng Yang, Tingdong Fu. China [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.13]

Relationship of trace pollen with agronomic characters in a cyloplasmic male sterile line of rapeseed (Brassica napus).
S. Chen, C. Guan, S. Tian, Z. Liu, G. Wang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.14]

Cytogenetic study of cms in rapeseed genotypes at the Novi Sad breeding center.
J. Atlagic, A. Marjanovic-Jeromela, R. Marinkovic, D. Skonc.Yugoslavia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.15]

Study on heterosis and inbreeding depression in agronomic and oil quality characters of summer rape (Brassica napus L.).
S. S. Pourdad and J. N. Sachan. Iran & India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.16]

Investigation of f), F; and Fs hybrid performance in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
Andrzej WoJciechowski, Blazej Springer, Jan Olejniczak.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.17]

Relationship between heterosis and genetic distance based on AFLPs in Brassica napus.
J. Shen, G. Lu, T. Fu, G. Yang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.18]

Higher yield stability for oilseed rape hybrids.
S. Budewig, J: Leon.Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.19]

Development of winter oilseed rape hybrids suited for sustainable oilcrop production.
W. Friedt, A. Gehringer. R. Baetzel. M. Mutter, F. Ordon and W. LQhs. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.20]

Development of Brassica edible and forage interspecific hybrids using rapeseed male-sterile lines.
G. Wang, C. Guan, S. Chen, B. Liu, Z. Liu. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.21]

Tests on improving purity in hybrid seed (Brassica napus L.) production by breeding glyphosate tolerant restorers.
Dong Yunsong, Li Genze, Cun Shouxian.China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.22]

Winter oilseed rape Ogu-INRA restored hybrids : results of field evaluations in France and determination of optima! plant densities.
X. Pinochet, E. Perrin, F. Salvi, A. Treil, J. F. Maltein, E. Mestries. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.23]

Seed yield of self-incompatibility hybrids (Brassica napus) in China and Sweden.
M. Chaozhi, B. Gertsson, S. Tuvesson, L Bengtsson, C. Dayteg. F. Tingdong. China & Sweden.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP7.24]