11th IRC, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 6-10, 2003 -  Volume 4

Table of contents 

AGRONOMICS (Cont.)

Diseases

Insect-agronomic interactions in canola integrated pest management. 
L. M. Dosdall, G. W. Claytoif, K. N. Harker and J. T. O'Donovan. Canada. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.1] http://164.177.30.44/publi2/IRC2003Copen/Plant%20Breeding/B.napus%20Breeding/BP9.6.pdf
Relationship between incidence of Lipaphis erysimi on Brassica species and phenolic acids detected from the plants of these Brassica species. 
P. Viswakannan. C. P. Singh, R. C. Chhibber, G. C. Sachan, N. K. Sand and A. Mitlal. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.2]
Spatio-temporal distributions of Meligethes aeneus and its parasitoids in an oilseed rape crop and their significance for crop protection.
A. W. Ferguson. J. M. Campbel!, D. J. Warner, N. P. Watts, J. E.U. Schmidf and 1. H. Williams. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.3]
Beet western yellows virus in Brassica napus: yield losses and control with insecticides. 
Roger A. C. Jones, Jenny R. Hawkes, Brenda A. Coutts and Lisa J. Smith. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.4]
Advance in research and control of diseases in oilseed rape in China. 
S. Liu.China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.5]
The use of sulphur to enhance natural disease resistance in oilseed rape. 
Karene G Sutherland, Kerr C Walker, Elaine J Booth, EIke Bloom, Silvia Haneklaus,Ewaid Schnug. Scotland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO9.6]
Response of 21 winter oilseed rape varieties to crop management at two different levels. 
P. Baranyk, P. Zehnatek, J. Kazda. Czech Republic.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.1]
Interactive forecasting of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) risk for winter oilseed rape on the Internet. 
N. Evans, J. M. Steed, S. J. Welham, J. F. Antoniw, A. BaierI, J. A. Turner, P. Gladders, B. D. L. Fitt. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.2]
Use of bacterial organic volatiles in biocontrol of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in canola. 
W. G. D. Fernando, A. S. Knshnamoorthy, R. Ramarathnam, S. Savchuk. Canada & India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.3]
Effect of bacterial antagonist populations and time of application on control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on canola. 
S. Savchuk, W. G. D. Fernando. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.4]
Relations between light leaf spot [Pyrenopeziza brassicae). pod canopy size and winter oilseed rape yield in England. 
B. D. L. Fitt, G. D. Lunn, J. M. Steed, A. BaierI, N. Evans, P. Gladders. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.5]
Development of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on oilseed rape leaves at different temperatures and wetness durations. 
Z. Karoiewski, N. Evans B. D. L. Fitt. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.6]
Inheritance of resistance to Sclerotinia disease spread in oilseed rape. 
Sheng-yi Liu_ Bi-wen Zhou, Jian-kun Zhang, Ze-yong Xu, Li-yuan He. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.7]
Rhizosphere colonization of oilseed rape by Pseudomonas alcaligenes A9(LacZ). 
Hu Xiaojia. Liu Shengyi, Daniel Roberts. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.8]
Petal fall, petal retention and petal duration in oilseed rape crops. 
H. A. McCartney, A. Heran, Q. Li, J. Freeman, S. J Foster. UK & China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.9] 
Infection of oilseed rape (Brassica napus) by petals containing ascospores of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. 
H. A. McCartney, A. Heran, Q. Li and S. J. Foster. UK S China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.10]
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based assays for the detection of inoculum of Sclerotinia spp. 
H. A. McCartney, J. Freeman, S. J. Foster and E. Ward. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.11]
Yield loss due to Alternaria blight in rapeseed-mustard and integrated approaches for its management. 
M. B. Mean. M.H. Rahman, M.D. Hossain, B. Hau.Bangladesh & Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.12]
Biological control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum by Coniothyrium minitans in crops rotations including OSR in France. 
A. Penaud, D. Chollet, L. Jung. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.13]
Fungicide resistance of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in French oilseed rape crops. 
A. Penaud, B. Huguet, V. Wilson, P. Leroux. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.14]
Diseases of oilseed rape and other crops in the rotation in southeastern USA. 
D. V. Phillips, B. M. Cunfer, G. D. Buntin, . L. Raymer.USA. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.15]
Management of mustard aphid, Lipaphis erysimi (Kalt.) by use of an entomopathogenic fungi, Verticillium lecani under field conditions.
J. S. Rana.India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.16]
Prospects for an integrated crop protection against clubroot Plasmodiophora brassicae. 
L. M. Aliard, R. Reau, F. Dupeuble, X. Pinochet. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.17]
Occurrence of dark leaf and pod spot on spring oilseed rape and fungi composition on harvested seeds depending on differentiated fertilization with sulphur. 
G. Sadowski, A. Lukanowski, L. Lenc, J. Trzcinski. Poland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.18]
Present status of stem rot disease (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum} of mustard (Brassica juncea) in Rajasthan, India. 
A. Shivpuri. R. P. Gharsolia, A. K. Bhargva. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.19]
Deformations of rapeseed Brassica napus L. plants in the first progeny after phytoplasma infection. 
M. Starzycki, E. Starzycka, J. Pszczola. Poland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.20]
Design of a decision support system for fungicide sprayings against Sclerotinia on oilseed rape. 
M. Taverne, F. Dupeuble. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.21]
Evaluation of a diagnostic test for Sclerotinia on oilseed rape at flowering.
M.Taverne, F. Dupeuble, A. Penaud. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.22]
Sclerotinia attacks risk assessment on oilseed rape crops at field level . 
Marie Taverne, Florent Dupeuble, Jean-Marc Meynard, David Makowski. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.23]
Host differential resistance and pathogenic variability in interactions between Brassica juncea and Albugo Candida isolates from B. juncea, B. rapa and B. oleracea. 
J.A. Townsend. A.K. Shukla. J.N. Sachan, R.P. Awasthi, Abha Agnihotri, N.I. Nashaat. UK & India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.24]
Effective control of oilseed rape diseases in the UK - challenges and threats.
A. Turner, S. J. EIcock, P. Gladders. UK. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.25]
Effect of partially n-acetylate chitosans to elicit resistance reaction on Brassies napus L. 
X. Zhang, Z. Tang, L. Chen, Y. Guo, Y. Chen.J. Li. China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.26]
Economic benefit of interplanting garlic stems and its effect to resistant rapeseed. 
L. Yang, X. Xia, C. Zhang. X. Yang. China. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.27]
The use of oilseed rape meal for control of Rhizoctonia solani in potatoes. 
Karene G Sutherland. Scotland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.28]
The research status of crop protection technologies used to achieve high rapeseed-mustard yields in India. 
S. J. Kolte. India. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.29]
Boscalid - Biological characteristics, redistribution properties and biological efficacy. 
S, Günther, R. Stierl, W. Hanke. G. Lorenz, H. Koehle, E.Ammermann. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.30]
Epidemiological investigations into Phoma lingam (teleomorph Leptosphaeria maculans) infections in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ) and the effects of differentiated fungicide applications.
T. Kruse, J.-A. Verreet. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.31]
Effects of different cultivation systems (soil management, nitrogen fertilization) on the epidemiologicat behaviour of fungal diseases in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
H.P. Söchting, J.-A. Verreet. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP9.32].

Blackleg

Leptosphaeria maculans (stem canker) on winter oilseed rape in England: some relationships between plant and pathogen development. 
J. M. Steed, Bruce D. L. Fitt.UK. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.1]
Cropping history and breakdown of the Brassica napus Rlm1 resistance gene to Leptosphaeria maculans in France. 
Marie-Hélène Balesdent, Annette Penaud, Laurent Jain, Xavier Pinochet, Hortense Brun, Régine Delourme, Thierry Rouxel. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.2]
Blackleg Sporacle: An aid to understanding and managing blackleg in canola (Brassica napus). 
M. U. Salam, R. K. Khangura, A. J. Diggle, Martin J. Barbetti. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.3]
Modeling blackleg disease progress on canola under different rotation and tillage conditions. 
W. G. D. Fernando, X. W. Guo, M. Entz. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.4]
Characterization of antifungal compounds involved in the biocontrol of Leptosphaeria maculans in canola. 
R. Ramarathnam, W.G.D. Fernando. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.5]
Development of phoma canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) on stems of winter oilseed rape in England in relation to thermal time.
Bruce D. L Fitt, Ping Sun, Julie M. Steed, Claudia T. Underwood, J. S. West. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.6]
Use of fungicides to control early and late epidemics of stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) in winter oilseed rape in England. 
Peter Gladders, Sam McDonough, Bruce D. L. Fitt, Julie M. Steed, Jonathan S. West. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.7]
Regional analysis of the stem canker attacks variability in oilseed rape crops. 
Stéphane Grippon, Florent Dupeuble, Etienne Pilorgé, Raymond Reau, Marie Taverne. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.8]
Maturation of Leptosphaeria maculans pseudothecia in relation to forecasting Phoma leaf spots (stem canker) on oilseed rape. 
Y. Huanq, Bruce Fitt, Julie Steed, A Hall. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.9]
Prevalence, epidemiology and management of blackleg of canola in Western Australia.
Ravjit K. Khangura, Martin J. Barbetti. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.10]
Survival and dissemination of Leptosphaeria maculans in south-eastern Australia.
S. Marcroft, S. Sprague, Phillip Salisbury, Barbara Howlett. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.11]
A mechanistic model for stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans} on winter oilseed rape [Brassica napus). 
K. Papastamati, M. Jeger. F. van den Bosch. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.12]
An environmental physics driven model for leaf wetness duration on winter oilseed rape.
K. Papastamati, A. H. McCartney, F. van den Bosch. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.13]
Evolution of soil surface oilseed rape stubbles and their ability to produce spores of Leptosphaeria maculans : preliminary results.
S. Gosende, A. Penaud, J. N. Aubertot, 0. Schneider, X. Pinochet. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.14]
Studies on indicators to control stem canker of winter oilseed rape.
A. Penaud, E. Pilorgé, C. Bernard. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.15]
The relationship between blackleg resistance and grain yield in Australia.T. D. Potter, J. R. Kay, L R. Ludwig. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.16]
Epidemiological studies of Leptosphaeria maculans on canola in a controlled environment.
M. R. Sosnowski, E. S. Scott, M. D. Ramsey. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.17]
Induced systemic resistance in Australian canola.
H.J. Richardson, G.J. Ash, S. Simpfendorfer, S. Savocchia. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP11.18] 


Economics

A decade of development for the canola industry in western Australia. 
P. Carmody, G. Walton. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EO.1]
The competitiveness of oilseed rape production in light of an agricultural policy for an 'old/new' Europe. 
Frank Plessmann. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EO.2]
Transgenic rapeseed-grower adoption and consumer acceptance. 
R. K. Downey, J. Buth. Canada..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EO.3]
Evolution of costs structure and micro-economic profitability of food and non food winter oil seed rape production in Belgium. 
Christine Cartrysse, André Falisse. Belgium..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP1]
Economic analysis of production and constraints of rapeseed-mustard. 
D. P. Malik, M. S. Luhach. India..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP2]
The examination of factors influencing the adoption of rapeseed as a new crop in cultivation systems of Iranian farmers. 
M. Mazhari, A. Fallah Tousi, M. Azizi. Iran..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP3]
Search for chemicals able to control the parasitic plant Orobanche ramosa L. and enough selective of a field winter oilseed rape. 
H. Chicote-Emeidi, T. Levengeux, G. Arjauré, X. Pinochet, E. Pilorgé. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP4]
Development of mid-oleic and low linolenic canola-quality cultivars for the Southeastern U.S.A. 
Paul L Raymer, Daniel V. Phillips. USA..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP5]
Foresight on the oilseed competitiveness in the future. 
C. Sebillotte, A. Messean. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP6
Orobanche ramosa L.: a new pest on rapeseed in the western part of France. 
S. Gibot-Leclerc, X. Pinochet, C. Tuquet, G. Sallé. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,EP7]

Feed 

Recent advances in research on improved nutritive value of canola seed and meal by enzyme supplementation. 

B. A. Siominski, X. Meng, 0. F. Omogbenigun, D. Boros, M. C. Nyachoti, L. D. Campbell, W. Guenter and 0. Jones. Canada.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FO1]
Rapeseed protein as a source of digestible amino acids for pigs. 
R. Mosenthin, T. Steiner, M. Ekiund, G. Huang and W. C. Saner. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FO2) 
Lecithin in piglets diets - Effect on nutrient digestibility and utilization. 
Jensen, S.K. Jörgensen, H., Hedemann, M.S.,Danielsen, V. Denmark.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FO3]
Rapeseed feeds, glucosinolates and iodine in pigs. 
F. Schöne, M. Loiterer, H.Hartung. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FO4]

Improved rapeseed meal in the nutrition of broiler chickens. 
M. S. Mykytyn.Ukraine.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FO5]

The nutritional value of rapeseed protein concentrate (MCN BioProducts Inc. -CanPro-IP65) for rainbow trout. 
D. D. Maenz, R. W. Newkirk, H. L Classen, D. L Thiessen, M. D. Drew and T. L Lahli. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FO6]

Disorders of lambs thyroid by a glucosinolate metabotite: the S-vinyl-1,3-oxazolidine-2-thione (5-VOT). 
N. Mabon, S.N.M. Mandiki, J.-L. Bister, M. Marlier, R. Paquay, J.-P. Wathelet.Belgium.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FO7]
Rapeseed and soyabean as protein supplements of dairy cows fed grass silage based diets. 
A. Vanhaialo, E. Pahkala, P. Salo-Vaananen, H. Korhonen, V. Piironen and P. Huhtanen. Finland.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FO8]

Comparative evaluation of the protein values of soybean and rapeseed meals by in vivo, in situ and laboratory methods. 
K.H. Südekum, D. Nibbe, P. Lebzien, H. Steingass. H. Spiekers. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FO9]

Canola product quality and processing parameters. 
R. W. Newkirk. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FO10]
Response to diet glucosinolales in the laying hen. 
Y. Wang, L. D. Campbell, B. A. Siominski, G. H. Crow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FP1]

Effect of rape seed oil supplementation on rumen metabolites, flow of fatty acids to duodenum and fatty acid composition of sheep's milk and meat. 
M. Szumacher-Strabel, A. Potkanski, S. A. Martin, J. Kowalczyk, A. Cieslak. M. Czaudema. Poland & USA.
[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FP2)

Effect of fat sources and rapessed lecithin on fat digestibility and utilization in young pigs. 
H. Jorgensen, J. A. Fernandez, S. K. Jensen, V. Danielsen. Denmark.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FP3]

The effect of vegetable oil based-cheese on serum total and lipoprotein lipids. 
H. M. Karvonen, N. S. Tapola, •M. i. Uusitupa, E. S. Sarkkinen. Finland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FP4]

Variation of nutritive and antinutritive compounds of rapeseed in dependent on the year of cultivation and variety. 
B. Matthaus, W. Schumann. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FP5]
Quality of winter oilseed rape produced in France : an evaluation covering ten years. 
M. Kroufi. A. Merrien, A. Le Dilosquer. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FP6]
Glucosinolate content of rapeseed and rapeseed products in Germany. 
W. Schumann. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, FP7]

Glucosinolates metabolites in plasma, milk and thyroid of gestating and lactating ewes. 
N. Mabon, S. N. M. Mandiki, G. Derycke, J. L. Bister, M. Marlier, R. Paquayand. J. P. Wathelet. Belgium.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003,FP8]