11th IRC, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 6-10, 2003 -  Volume 2

Table of contents 

B.napus Breeding

11th IRC Copenhagen Dk 2003 Vol 2

Wild rape varieties and Brassica napus accession 17 as a promising crop for new reclaimed agricultural lands in Egypt. 
M. K. Tahoun and M. O. Adam. Egypt. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,BP9.1] 
Exploration, identification and evaluation on genetic resources of rapeseed and mustard. 
R. M. Mukhlesur, Y. Hirata. Bangladesh & Japan.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.2] 
Evaluation of a Brassica napus core collection and prospects of its exploitation through rapeseed breeding. 
W. Lühs, B. Ulber, F. Seyis, M. Frauen, H. Busch, W. Friedt, M. Gustafsson, G. Poulsen. Germany & Sweden. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.3] 
Genetic diversification of Brassica napus seed quality by wide hybridisation. 

W. Lühs, F. Seyis, R. Baetzel, W. Friedt. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.4] 
Brassica napus resynthesis as a tool for broadening the genetic base of oilseed rape. 

F. Seyis, W. Friedt, J. Pons-Kühnemann, W. Lühs. Germany [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.5] 
Molecular genetic diversity in resynthesised and conventional spring rapeseed. 

F. Seyis, R, Snowdon, W, Friedt, W. Lühs, Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.6] 
Yield performance of rapeseed hybrids involving resynthesised Brassica napus. 
F. Seyis, W. Friedt, W. Lühs. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.7] 
Morphological and molecular relationships among varieties of Brassica napus. 
Sheng-yi Uu. Wei Yang, Hang-zhong Wang, Xue-lan Guo.China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.8] 
Genetic diversity of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) varietal populations and inbred lines assessed by cluster analysis.
A. Marjanovic-Jeromela, R. Marinkovic, J. Crnobarac, D. Vasic, D. Skoric. Yugoslavia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.9] 
Surveying genetic diversity in the Brassica napus gene pool using SSR markers.

M. Hasan, W. Lühs, F. Seyis, W. Friedt, R. Snowdon. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.10) 
Harnessing and characterising oilseed genetic diversity within the UK Oilseed Rape Genetic Improvement Network (OREGIN). 
Graham Teakle, David Pink, Graham King.UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.11) 
Assessment of genetic diversity and development of core collection of Chinese Brassica oilseed germplasm
X. Wu, H. Wang. P. Zheng, B. Chen, K. Xii. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.12] 
Inheritance and characterization of a glossy leaf trait in Brassica napus.
Zhenbang Chen, Paul L. Rayiner, Curt Hili. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.13] 
The discovery and study of apetalous mutant sterile line in Brassica napus 
L- W. Zhang, D. Li, J. Tian. C. Yang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.14)
A super-long silique mutant selected from resynthesized rapeseed (Brassica napus L}. 
Yingze Niu, Shixing Guo, Van Long, Yang Lu. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.15] 
Variation in resistance to pod shatter and underlying mechanism in the resynthesized B. napus fine DK142. R. 

D. Child, J. E. Summers, J. W. Farrent, J. Babij, D. M. Bruce. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.16] 
Genetic studies of a dwarf mutant in Brassica napus. 
T. Huang, J. Wu, M. Hu. China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.17] 
Genetic variation for nitrogen efficiency in oitseed rape (Brassica napus L.). 

J. Nyikako, B. Kessel, C. MöIlers, H. C. Becker. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.18] 
Production and molecular identification of intergeneric hybrids between Brassica napus and Chinese Xinjiang wild rape (Sinapis alvensis). 
X. Wu, K. Xu. H. Wang, B. Chen, P. Zheng, X. Li. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.19] 
Creating new types of Brassica napus (A'A'C'C') aided by chromosome identification and molecular markers. 

Maoteng Li, Jinling Meng. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.20] 
Exploiting intersubgenomic heterosis between Brassica napus and B. rapa for seed production. 
W. Qian, R. Liu, X. Chen, J. Meng. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.21] 
Towards the intersubgenomic hybrids for seed production in Brassica napus. 
J. Meng, M. Li, W. Qian, R. Liu, J. Zhao. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.22] 
Interspecific crosses of Brassica juncea and B. napus and RAPD analysis of their derived progenies. 

Z. Liu, C. Guan. S. Chen, X. Li, G. Wang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.23] 
Characterising early generation progeny of interspecific crosses between Brassica napus and B. Juncea. 

J. Wroth, W. Cowling. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.24] 
Cytogenetic and molecular characterization of asymmetric somatic hybrids between Brassica napus and Crambe abyssinica . 
Y. P. Wang, K. Sonntag and E. Rudloff. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.25] 
Pollen-pistil interactions in selfings and intergeneric crosses of Eruca saliva and Brassica napus. 
W. Sun, C. Guan, Y. Meng, Z. Liu, T. Zhang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.26] 
Overcoming self-incompatibility in Eruca sativa via chemical treatment. 
W. Sun, C. Guan, Z. Liu, Y. Meng, T. Zhang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.27] 
Studies on cross-compatibility between Eruca sativa and Rapeseed (Brassica). 
W. Sun. T. Zhang, Y. Meng, Z. Liu, China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.28] 
Combining canola quality, early maturity and shattering tolerance in Brassica napus for Indian growing conditions. 
A. Agnihotri and N. Kaushik. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.29] 
Creation of early maturing forms of spring rape (Brassica napus L.) by chemical mutagenesis and other mutant plants. 
E. Novoselov. Russia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.30] 
Relationship between yield and biometric characters of hybrid and open pollinated varieties of winter rapeseed. 
M. Ogrodowczyk, A. Liersch, I-Bartkowiak-Broda. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.31] 
Trends and results of rapeseed and turnip rape breeding. 
E. B. Bochkaryova, S. L. Qoriov, V. V. Serdyuk, L. A. Khalltova. Russia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.32] 
Diversification of Brassica oilseed production for semiarid growing conditions on the Canadian prairies. 
G. Rakow, K. Falk, G. Seguin-Swartz, R. Gugel, J. P. Raney, F. Katepa-Mupondwa, V. Ripley. Canada. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.33] 
Agronomic performance, blackleg resistance and seed quality of doubled haploid lines of Brassica napus summer rape in Saskatchewan, Canada.
G. Seguin-Swartz, R. K. Gugel, G. F. W. Rakow, J. P. Raney. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.34] 
Utilizing winter rape germplasm to enhance the agronomic performance of yellow-seeded summer annual forms of Brassica napus canola. 
J. A. Relf-Eckstein, G. Rakow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.35] 
Yellow-seeded Brassica napus - a new generation of high quality canola for Canada.
J. A. Relf-Eckstein, G. Rakow, J. P. Raney. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.36] 
A new rapeseed variety for cultivation in moderate cold region of Iran.
M. R. Ahmadi. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.37] 
Genetic and variance components analysis of seed yield and flowering and maturity time in rapeseed. 
H.Amiri-Oghan, A. Rashid. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.40] 
Comparison between estimation of genetic parameters in different methods of griffing approach in diallel crosses. 
S. S. Pourdad, A. Beg, J. N. Sachan. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.41] 
Multivariate analysis of seed yield, seed yield components winter oilseed rape DH lines. 
T. Cegielska-Taras, E. Adamska, Laurencja Szala. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.42] 
Physiological and morphological basis of yield difference among rapeseed cultivars.
M. Azizi, A. Failah Tousi.Iran. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.43] 
Comparison of Brassica genotypes in contrasting environments: morpho-physiological responses and seed yield. 

S. H. Zaheer, D. W. Tumer, N. W. Galwey. Australia & UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.44] 
SPNE promoting active gene passing and stronger by generations to improve seeds. 

S. Yu.China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.45] 
Nitrogen impact on endogenous hormone content in pod of Brassica napus.
L. Hu, T. Fu, B. Luo, G. Yang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.46] 
Screening for heat shock resistance in Brassica oilseeds. 

I. Ahuja, G.S.Saini, S.S. Banga. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.47] 
Assessment of screening tools for heat tolerance in Brassica. 
N. Aksouh, L. Campbell. R. Mailer. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.48] 
Assessment of osmotic adaptation in canola. 
D. Levy, E. Fogelman, Q.Ma,D.W. Turner. Israel & Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.49] 
Phenols in conventional and hybrid rapeseeds with the influence of the pat-gene and a glufosinate application. 
T. Fiedler, V. Bohm, K. Schlesier, R. Götz. H. Bergmann, F. Schöne. Germany.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP9.50] 
B. juncea Breeding
Genetic Diversity Research of Brassica juncea in Western China. 
L Wang, J. Wu. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.1] 
AFLP analysis of genetic diversity of Chinese Brassica juncea. 
X. Wu, B. Chen, H. Wang, K. Xu, P. Zheng. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.2] 
Molecular analysis of genetic diversity in Brassica juncea and 6. nigra germplasm accessions. 
F. C. Ogbonnaya, G. Halloran, E. Pang, N. Gororo. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.3] 
Genetic diversity for white rust resistance in Indian mustard varieties and introgression of resistance from other species.
 
R. Yadav, A. Kumar. India [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.4]
Inheritance of siliqua locule in Indian mustard [Brassica juncea (L.) Czern & Coss].
B. R. Choudhary. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.5] 
Canola quality mustard : a potential oilseed crop for semiarid regions of Iran. 

M. Hossain Alemkhomaram, Abdul Rashid, Hassan Amiri-Ogban, Ahmad Ali Attary. Iran. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.6] 
Development, selection and characterization of low emcic acid, low glucosinolale lines in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.).
J. S. Chauhan. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.7] 
Transfer of low glucosinolate trait into an Indian mustard variety of Brassica juncea. 
Y. S. Sodhi, A. Mukhopadhyay, N. Arumugam, J. K. Verma, V. Gupta, D. Pental, A. K. Pradhan. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.8] 
Characterization of drought effects on yield and its components in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea). 

J. S. Chauhan, M.K.Tyagl, N.I. Nashaat, Arvind Kumar, Maharaj Singh, N.B.Singh, M. L. Jakhar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.9] 
Towards nutritional quality improvement in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea [L]. Czern and Coss) var. 
Pusa Bold. A. Agnihotri and N. Kaushik. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.10] 
Molecular analyses of cytoplsmic male sterility systems of Brassica juncea. 

S. R. Bhat, A. Pathania, K. Gaikwad, V. D. Kumar, S. Prakash, P. B. Kirti and V. L. Chopra. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.11] 
Agro-morphological characterization of different CMS systems in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Czern & Coss). 

K.H. Singh, M.C. Gupta, K.K. Srivastava. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.12] 
Performance of transgenic hybrids of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea}. 

Nilasis- Ghosh Dastidar.India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.13] 
Studies on B. campestris originated in China. 
Y. He, B. Chen, D. Li, T. Fu, J. Tu. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.14] 
Performance of microspore derived doubled haploids in spring turnip rape. 

Kevin Falk. Canada. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.15]
Genetic improvement in Ethiopian mustard (Brassica carinata A. Br.) vis a vis Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L. Czern & Coss.). 
D. Singh. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.16] 
Evaluation of rocket (Eruca sativa) germplasm. 
A. K. Misra, S. Ratan and A. Kumar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, BP11.17]

FOOD AND NON-FOOD

Towards enhanced value of cruciferous oilseed crops by optimal production and use of the high quality seed components. 
G. Entwistie. UK. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO1] 
Nutritional value of combined vegetable oils including different levels of rapeseed associated to sunflower and high oleic sunflower oils. 

B. Delplanque, N. Combe, E. Fenart. F. Mendy, B. Le Roy, A. Thaminy, B. Vandeputte, J. Evrard. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO2] 
Chemical or enzymatic hydrolysis: two ways to improve foaming properties of rapeseed isolates. 

C. Larre, Y. Popineau, R. Sanchez-Vioque, S. Berot, J. Gueguen and W. Muider. France & The Netherlands. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO3] 
Global opportunities for Naturally Stable™ Canola / Rapeseed Oils. 
P.Corbett, L Sernyk. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO4] 
Emulsifying properties of tailored rapeseed isolates.
C. SchQnweitz, C. Bagger, J. Evrard, Y. Popineau, C. Larre, J. Gueguen. Germany, Denmark, France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO5]
Functional properties of rapeseed phenolics.
Heinonen, M., Koski, A., Vuorela, S., Pekkarinen, S. & Wahala, K.Finland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO6] 
Rape protein products as food ingredients.
A. Natsch and A. Wasche. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO7] 
Studies on preparation and its functional properties of rapeseed protein concentrate . 

Wu Mouchen, Zeng Xiaobo.China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO8] 
ENHANCE, an European programme on: Green chemicals and biopolymers from rapeseed meal with enhanced end-uses performance. Coordinator: J. Gueguen, France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO9] 
Energy balance evaluation of minimal cultivation techniques for establishing oilseed rape comparing herbicide tolerant and conventional systems, 

R. L. Walker, P. S. Wightman, E. J. Booth and K. C. Walker. Scotland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP1] 
Using Brassica carinata and Brassica juncea for uptaking heavy metals from contaminated soils. 

Mercedes del Rio, Rafael Font, and Antonio de Haro. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP2] 
Frying stability of rapeseed oils with modified fatty acid compositions. 
P. Caere, C. Darlenuc, J. Evrard, A. Judde, F. Labalette, R. Raoux, M. Renard. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP3] 
Heavy metals transfer from soil to rapeseed oil. 
Corinne Bemhard-Bitaud, Bruno Bourrie, Pierre Burghart, Jacques Evrard, Florence Lacoste, Xavier Pagès, France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP4] 
Isolation of and characterisation of certainbioactive proteins from deoiled rapemeal.
H. Atterby, M.Q. Chaudry, C. Larré, C. Malabat, S. Bérot, J.P. Compoint, J.P. Douliez, A.D. MacNicoll, J. Gueguen, N.R. Price. UK, France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NO5] 
Effects of fat-modified dairy products on blood lipids in humans in comparison with other fats. 

C. Seidel, G. Jahreis. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP6] 
Antitumor effects of indolyl-glucosinolates degradation products from rapeseed on mice. 
P. Li. W. Zhang, M. Yang, G. Li, L. Xie and H. Li. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP7] 
Adhesives, coatings and films from rapeseed protein. 

W. Mulder, B. Beelen, C. Schönweitz.The Netherlands, Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP8] 
Protein precipitating capacity of crude phenolic extracts of almonds, canola hulls, hazetnuts and walnuts.
Marian. Naczk, Ryszard Amarowicz, Ryszard Zadernowski. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP9] 
Functional properties of rapeseed protein concentrates produced via alcoholic processes.
A. Natsch, C. Schäfer, A. Wäsche.Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP10] 
Determination concentration of malonaldehyde /MDA/ as a toxic product of lipids peroxidation process in consuming vegetable oils. 
E. Niedworok, B. Noga, L. Out, 5. Calyniuk, E. Szczepanska. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP11] 
Potential applications of blends of low erucic acid rapeseed oil and palm olein as salad and frying oils. 
Nor Aini, I, Hanirah, H. Malaysia. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP12] 
Production of Brassica carinata protein hydrolysates with a high amino acid Fischer's ratio.
J. Pedroche, M. M. Yust, J. Giron-Calle. J. Vioque. M. Alaiz, F. Millan. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP13] 
Evaluation of variability fatty acids composition of rapeseed oil produced in Poland. 

S, Ptasznik, K, Minkowski. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP14] 
Genetic modification of medium-chain fatty acids in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) for industrial purposes. 
C. Stoll, M. K. Zarhloul, A. Syring-Ehemann, L. Hausmann, F. Spener, R. Töpfer, W. Friedt, W. Lühs. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP15] 
Nutritional value of rapeseed protein measured by rats and humans. 

Robert Benamouzig, Serge Bérot, Cécile Bos, Jacques Evrard, Claire Gaudichon , Céline Morens, Rufin Ntounda, Alain Quinsac, Daniel Tomé. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP16] 
Utilisation of defatted rapeseed meal proteins for the production of angiotensin I converting enzyme inhibitory peptides. 
M. M. Yust, J. Pedroche, J. Giron-Calle, M. Alaiz, F. Millan, J. Vioque. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP17] 
Determination of inhibition of HIV-1 protease by defatted rapeseed meal protein hydrolysate using an E. coli cell assay.

M. M. Yust, J. Pedroche, J-Giron-Calle, M. Alaiz, F. Millan, J. Vioque. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP18] 
Rapeseed of China After Its Entrance Into WTO.
H. Wang. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP19] 
Feeding of rapeseed, olive, conventional or high-oleic sunflower oil leads to rigid sn-1 : sn-2 : sn-3 ratios of palmitoyl, oleoyl and linoleoyl moieties '" triacylglycerols of rat adipose tissues. 
N. Weber, E. Klein, K. D. Mukherjee. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP20] 
Very high erucic acid rape : a dream or reality
J. A. Wilmer, E. J. Wallington, T. R. Slabas. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP21] 
Inhibiting effect of rapeseed peptides(rsp) on tumor. 
M. Wu, X. Zeng, J. Yuan. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP22] 
The hydrolysis of rapeseed albumin with alcalase.

Yin Jingzhang Xue Zhaohui WuMoucheng.China . [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP23] 
Antioxidant status and bioactive compounds of ready-to-eat rapeseed sprouts. 
H. Zielinski, M. K. Piskula, A. Bucinski, H. Kozlowska. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP24] 
Increasing levels of vitamin E in transgenic rapeseed seeds by molecular engineering. 
Michael Geiger, Rainer Lemke, Klaus-Dieter Salchert, Susanne Tropf, Karin Herbers. Germany.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, NP25]


PROCESSING

Biodiesel

New trends in developing biodiesel world-wide. 
Werner Körbitz. Austria.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, PO1] 
Biodiesel in Europe - outlook and policy issues. 
G. Entwistle, K. C. Walker, E. J. Booth, R. L Walker. Scotland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, PO2] 
The cost of C02 reduction using Biodiesel (RME).

Morten Gylling Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, PO3]. 
Possibilities of increase of oilseed rape production in Poland. 
Tadeusz Walkowski, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO4] 
Analytical Aspects
Monitoring on polar lipid composition of rape seeds (Brassica napus). 
C. Heift, K. Schipmann, R. Lange. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO5] 
Supercritical fluid techniques as methods of analyses for individual triacylglycerols and other lipids important for the quality of rapeseed oil. 
Charlotte Bjergegaard, Steen Buskov, Peter Moller, Hilmer Sorensen, Jens Christian Sorensen, Susanne Sorensen.Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO6]
Application of NYDL-2000 alliance instrument for fast determination of erucic acid and glucosinolates in rapeseed. 
Peiwu Li, Mei Yang, Wen Zhang, Guangming Li, Yu Wu, Lihua Xie. China.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO7] 
Relationship between NIR spectral distance and quantification of oil in canola. 
T. Golebiowski, A. S. Leong. Australia..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO8] 
Use of rapid screening tests for quality and composition in variety screening for rapeseed. 
J. K. Daun. Canada..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO9]

Processing & Storage

From rapeseed crop to oil and meal: towards a better management of quality.
 
S. Darracq, J. Evrard. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO10] 
Pilot-scale protein processing of techno-functional rapeseed protein isolates. 
A. Wasche, C. Schonweitz. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO11] 
Enzymatic degumming of rapeseed oil.
Per Munk Nielsen.Denmark. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO12] 
Analytical techniques applied in quality control of rapeseed and effects of processing rapeseed products.
Charlotte Bjergegaard, Kirsten Mortensen, Peter Moller, Hilmer Sørensen, J. C. Sørensen, S. Sørensen.Denmark. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO13] 
Enhanced extraction of rape seed proteins for non-food products - an economic comparison between traditional and "green" rape seed processing. 
S, M. Pedersen, M. Gylling, C. L. Bagger. Denmark. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO14] 
The quality of rapeseed for feed as influenced by processing conditions. 
Rex W. Newkirk. Canada..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO15] 
Biorefining - the soft processing alternative.
Christian Lorentz Bagger, Hilmer Sørensen, Jens Christian Sørensen, Susanne Sørensen, Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PO16] 
Isolation and characterisation of certain bioactive proteins from deoiled rapemeal. 
H. Atlerby, C. Larre, M. Q. Chaudhry, C. Malabat, S. Berot, J. P. Compoint, J. P. Douliez, A. D. MacNicotI, J. Gueguen, N. R. Price. UK, France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP1] 
Impact of drying temperature on technological value of rapeseeds. 
J. Tys, R. Rybacki, H. Srasiak. Poland..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP2] 
Improved rapeseed crushing process by means of extrusion. 
A. Quinsac, P. Burghart, P. Carré, J. Evrard. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP3] 
Does the location of cultivation or the sort of rapeseed influence the quality of cold pressed rapeseed oil ?
B, Matthäus, L Brühl, T. Graf. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP4] 
Deep-fat frying with cold-pressed rapeseed oil.
B. Matthäus. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP5] 
Creol : a pilot plant for oil and protein crop products. 
Patrick Carré, André Pouzet. France. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP6] 
Predicting regional canola oil contents using end of May soil moisture level throughout Western Australia. 
Paul C Carmodyand, David Stephens..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP7] 
Influence of size of seeds on chemical composition of rapeseed meal after dehulling. 
K. Minkowski, S. Ptasznik. Poland..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP8] 
Acylated protein hydrolysates from rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) are green surfactants.
R. Sanchez-Vioque, C. L. Bagger. C. Larré, C. Rabiller, J.Guéguen. France & Denmark..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP9] 
Fungal infection and seed deterioration during storage in mustard. Brassica juncea in Northern India. 
A. K. Bhatnagar, M. Tomar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP10] 
Effect of simulated tropical conditions on storage stability of Indian mustard Brassica juncea (Linn.) Czern. & Coss. 

Manju Tomar.India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP11] 
Fungal infection and mycotoxin contamination in mustard oilseeds.

H.B. Singh, Neelu, Rupam Kapoor.India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP12] 
Studies on mechanical properties of recent Polish cultivars of rapeseed.
Piotr Ochodzki, Jacek Zebrowski, Aleksandra Piotrowska. Poland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP13] 
Application of high performance thin layer chromalography (HPTLC) for detection and determination of physiological active polar lipids and minor components: use in screening investigations. 
Claudia Heift, K. Schipmann, R. Lange.Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP14] 
Analysis of individual glucosinolate content in intact B. juncea seed by NIRS: an evaluation. 
A. S. Leong, T. Golebiowski. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP15]
Preparation and antihypertensive effect of rapeseed peptide (RSP). 
Z. Xue, J. Yin. M. Wu, J. Yuan. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP16] 
Acid detergent fiber analysis in oilseed brassicas by near infra-red spectroscopy.
Rafael Font, Mercedes del Rio, Antonio de Haro. Spain.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP17] 
Analysis of volatile compounds in cold pressed rapeseed oil.
L. Brühl, B. Matthäus, T. Graf, Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP18] 
Process for isolating and purifying glucotropaeolin, a standard for analysing the gtucosinolates by liquid chromatography in oilseed rape.
B. Bouchtane, M. Krouti, A. Quinsac, L. Carpentier, D. Breuzin. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP19] 
Application of capillary electrophoresis in analysis of sinapine content in seeds of cruciferous crops. 

Piotr Ochodzki, Charlotte Bjergegaard, Jens Christian Sørensen, Hilmer Sørensen. Denmark.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP20] 
Physical properties and chemicai composition of whole seeds, hulls and meals of yellow-seeded rape grown in Poland. 
Piotr Ochodzki, Aleksandra Piotrowska, Hilmer Sørensen. Poland & Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP21] 
Investigation on new bleaching earths for adsorptive purification of rapeseed oil. 
T. Platek, J. Wegrowski. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP22] 
Isolation and characterisation of myrosinase isoenzymes occurring in Brassica napus L. and Sinapis alba L. seeds
Bjergegaard, C., Mortensen, K., Petersen, I.L., Sørensen, H., Sørensen, J.C. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP24] 
Kinetic parameters of myrosinase isoenzymes isolated from Brassica napus L. and Sinapis alba L. seeds. 
Petersen, I.L., Sørensen. H.. Sørensen, J.C. Sørensen. S. Denmark.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP24bis] 
Comparison of physico-chemical properties of myrosinase isoenzymes occurring in seeds of Brassica species of the U triangle. 
Bellosfas, N., Jørgensen, A. L. W.. Lundin. N. V. F., Petersen, I. L., Sørensen, H., Sørensen, J. C., Sørensen, R. Tidmand, K. D. Denmark.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP25] 
Structural characterisation of polysaccharides.
Keld. E. Andersen, Charlotte Bjergegaard, Hitmer Sørensen, Jens. C. Sørensen, Susanna Sørensen. Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,PP26]