13th IRC, Prague, Czech Republic, June 5-8, 2011- Volume 1

Table of contents

Plenary Lectures

Disease control in oilseed rape – future challenges through high intensity production and climate change  Andreas von Tiedemann, Magdalena Siebold, Jessica Knüfer, Tobias Wulf, Birger Koopmann, Germany, 4

Evaluation of prospective cropping system scenarios for managing oilseed rape volunteers and harvest purity using the GENESYS model 
Nathalie COLBACH, France, 6

Quality demands for present and future optimal nutritional value of rapeseed for feed purposes 
Jensen, S. K. , Denmark,10

Sequence analysis of the canola genome
  
Jacqueline Batley, Michal Lorenc, Kaitao Lai, Sahana Manoli, Jiri Stiller, Paul Berkman, Adam Skarshewski, Lars Smits, Megan McKenzie, Emma Campbell, Michael Imelfort, Harsh Raman, Bart Lambert, Benjamin Laga, David Edwards, Australia/Belgium, 13 

The Sustainability Workshop

POSSIBLE APPROACHES FOR OPTIMISING THE GHG BALANCE OF BIODIESEL PRODUCED FROM RAPESEED
Stefan Majer, Katja Oehmichen, Marek Gawor, Germany, 18

Crop Management

A Comparison of a glyphosate-tolerant system with more conventional herbicide regimes in direct-seeded caola in Western Canada  J. T. O‘Donovan, K. N. Harker, G. W. Clayton, R.E. Blackshaw, Canada, 24 

A novel system for controlled phenotyping of drought stress tolerance in oilseed rape 
Marie Hohmann, Benjamin Wittkop, Wolfgang Friedt, Rod Snowdon, Germany, 27

Accumulation kinetics of fatty acids in new high-erucic genotypes of winter oilseed rape: Effect of cultivar choice and temperature  
Zanetti F., Rampin E., Loddo S., Vamerali T., Mosca G., Italy, 30 

Analysis of growth and nitrogen uptake of winter oilseed rape before winter using a dynamic crop growth model  
Ulf Böttcher, Konrad Krause, Henning Kage, Germany, 34

 AN OFFLINE ALGORITHM FOR SITE-SPECIFIC NITROGEN FERTILIZATION OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE BASED ON AUTUMNAL CANOPY NITROGEN UPTAKE  
Ingo Pahlmann, Ulf Böttcher, Henning Kage, Germany, 38 

Assessment of drought stress and various levels of potassium on biochemical properties of two species of canola and mustard
Hamid Reza fanaie, Mohamad Galavi, Mohamad Kafi, Ahmad Ghanbari, Amir Hossin Shiranirad, Iran, 42 

Assessment of the impact of oilseed rape cultivation on farmland birds in France   
Sausse C., Barbottin A., Doxa A., Jiguet F., Penillard E., France, 45 

Autumnal Growth Regulation and Nitrogen Fertilization on Winter Rapeseed (Brassica napus L. convar. napus f. biennis) with Different Density of Growth   
Jirí Nimka, David Becka, Pavel CIHLÁR, Vlastimil MIKNÍK, Helena ZUKALOVÁ, Jan VANÁK, Czech Republic, 50 

Balanced nutrition in Brassica napus production with emphasis on S fertilizer requirements  
Thomas Jensen, Robert Norton, and Vladimir Nosov, Australia/New Zealand/Russia, 54 

Can canola be produced in tropical areas ?  
Gilberto Tomm, Oscar Smiderle, Roberto Raposo, Genei Dalmago, André Soares, Emilio Figer, André Luft, Erasmo Batistella, Vantuir Scarantti, Fábio Benin, Brazil, 57 

Canola Response to Polymer-Coated Urea versus Urea in a Four-Year Zero-Tillage Cropping System on the Canadian Prairies  
R.E. Blackshaw, X. Hao, G.W. Clayton, K.N. Harker, J.T. O‘Donovan, E.N. Johnson, C.L. Vera, Canada, 61 

Canola seed priming by abscisic acid improved antioxidant enzymes activity under low temperature stress  
Reza Tavakkol Afshari, Mahla Mirali, Iran, 65 

Climate changes and oilseed rape production in China Environmental impacts on oilseed rape production 
Chunlei Zhang, Shujie Zhang, China, 69 

Comparative study of input-output benefit of high-efficient integration technology in double-low rapeseed   
YANG Liangjin, XIA Xiaojin, TAO Wencai, ZHANG Liefeng, ZHANG Hongguang, Lu Xuan, Jiang Hui, Li Zhizhong,Ren Yong, China, 73 

Crop management ofunsatisfactory overwintered winter rapeseed inthe south of Russia   
N.Zaitsev, E.Ustarkhanova, S.Gorlov, A.Bushnev,Russia,78 

Cross-contamination of rapeseed seeds by postharvest insecticide residues during seed storage
Sylvie DAUGUET, Jean-Philippe LOISON , Francis Fleurat-Lessard, France, 81 

Designing sustainable cropping systems scenarios to control blackleg of winter oilseed rape from a combination of participative design and model simulations
Laure Hossard, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy, Véronique Souchère, France, 86

Determination of leaf partitioning coefficient between spring rapeseed cultivars 
Pooya Arvin, Mehdi Azizi, Reza Abazarian, Iran, 90

Development and Management of Winter Canola for the Great Plains Region   
Michael J. Stamm, USA, 94 

Does seed-applied Salicylic Acid Affect Rapeseed Germination performance under Salinity ?
F. Pirjalili, H. Omidi P.Saffarian, Iran, 97

Effect of abscisic acid on desiccation tolerance in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) cultivars using somatic embryogenesis  
R. Tavakkol Afshari, R. Angoshtari, Iran, 101

Effect of abscisic acid on physiological indices of aged seeds of Brassica napus under low temperature stress   
Reza Tavakkol Afshari, Mahla Mirali, Iran, 104 

Effect of Combining Use of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium and Boron on Yield, Yield components of Rapeseed and Fertilization Use Efficiency 
SONG Lai-Qiang, ZOU Xiao-Yun, CHEN Lun-Lin, LI Shu-Yu, ZOU Xiao-Fen, China, 108

Effect of different fungicides on seed yield and grain quality of rapeseed under two levels of nitrogen fertilization 
Muhammad Ijaz and Bernd Honermeier, Germany, 112 

Effect of Drought Stress on proline content and Canola (Brassica napus L.) Antioxidants enzymes activity  
H Omidi, L Jafarzadeh, P Saffarian, M Hosseini Vasoukolaei, Iran, 116

Effect of drought stress on yield and yield components of rapeseed cultivars in Iran (Isfahan) region  
Mohammad Reza NaderiDarbaghshahi, Hamid Madani, Hamid Reza Javanmard, Seyed Ali Hoseyni, Iran, 120

EFFECT OF HARVESTING TIME ON YIELD AND GRAIN SHATTERING OF RAPESEED (BRASSICA NAPUSL. CV. OKAPI) UNDER ARAK, IRAN ENVIRONMENT  
H. Madani, k. Kalarestaghi, H. Aghajani, N. Sajedi, D. Habibi, A.H. Shirani-Rad, M. Sam-Daliri, Iran, 124

Effect of seed aging on germination and seedling growth indices on three canola cultivars (Brassica napus L.)  
Hamidreza. Balouchi, Fahimeh Bagheri, Raziyeh Kayednezami, Mohsen Movahedi Dehnavi, Alireza Yadavi, Iran, 128 

Effect of seed osmopriming on seed germination behaviour and vigor of soybean (Glysine max L.)    
Hossein Sadeghi, Fardin Khazaei, Saman Sheidaei, Liela Yari, Hassan Gholami, Iran, 132

Effect of sowing date and application time of nitrogen fertilizer on agronomical traits of spring rapeseed in Iran cold regions  
Mohammad Reza NaderiDarbaghshahi, Hamid Madani, Hamid Reza Javanmard, Ali Akbar Rezaea, Iran, 135

EFFECTS OF CUT OFF THE IRRIGATION IN DIFFERENT GROWTH STAGES ON YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF RAPESEED CULTIVARS  
Ali Soleymani, Mohamad Hesam Shahrajabian, Lila Naranjani, Iran, 139

Effects of different tillage after oilseed rape on the increase of diseases and pests   
Simone Koch, Jörn Lehmhus, Holger Kreye, Germany, 143

Effects of differential nitrogen fertilization on the growth and agronomic performance of late-season winter rape (Brassica napus L.)   
Ni Ma, Chunlei Zhang·Guangming Li, China, 147 

Effects of Irrigation Regimes and Nitrogen Management on Oil Content and Composition of Rapeseed (Brassica napus L. Var. Hayola 401) 
A. Danesh-Shahraki, G. Fathi, A. Bakhshandeh, Iran, 149 

Effects of pod position and its appearance time on pod and seed abortion in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napusL.)   
Xiujuan Wang, Amélie Mathieu, Paul-Henry Cournède, Jean-Michel Allirand, Alexandra Jullien, Philippe de Reffye, Bao Gui Zhang, China, 154 

Effects of shading on biomass production and N-dynamics in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)  
Brunel-Muguet S., Beauclair P., Bataillé M.-P., Rossato L., Etienne P., Ourry A., France, 158 

Effects of sowing date on three genotypes of rapeseed in dry farming at Gonbad area  
Kioomars Bakhsh Kelarestaghi,Aboulfazl Faraji, Hamid Madani, Khalil Anav, Iran, 163 

Effects of two humic acids on growth of winter oilseed rape and wheat
P. ETIENNE, L. JANNIN, M. GARNICA, S. SAN FRANCISCO, R. BAIGORRI, M. FUENTES, J-M. GARCIA-MINA, P. LAINE, A. OURRY, J-C. YVIN, France/Spain 166 

Efficiency of spring sulphur fertilization of winter oilseed rape hybrid varieties in diverse conditions of nitrogen fertilization   
Franciszek Wielebski, Poland, 170 

Estimation of oilseed rape seed losses before and during harvest in France in various conditions.  
Sausse C., Lucas J.L., Wagner D., France, 174 

Evaluation of Seed Viability and Vigor of Oilseed Rape (Brassica napusL.) under Different Seed Moisture Content at Harvesting Time  
Hossein Sadeghi, Fardin Khazaei, Mehran Sharafizadeh, Saman Sheydaei, Iran, 178 

Evaluation the Effect of Foliar Absorption of Glycine Betaine on Physiological Characteristics of Rapeseed Cultivars (Brassica napus) 
Mohammad Reza Tookalloo, Mehdi Azizi, Iran, 183 

Evaluation of canola genotypes under water deficit conditions with using stress indices   
H. Fanaie, M.R Naroui Rad, GH.A Keykha, A Ghassami, Iran, 187 

Following the trace of harvesting seed losses –a model to predict the soil seed bank and oilseed rape volunteers   
Sabine Gruber, Til Feike, Ernst-Albrecht Weber, Wilhelm Claupein, Germany, 191 

Genotypic responses to seedling stage heat stress in Brassica napus and its mitigation through pretreatment with salicylic acid and abscisic acids 
A.K. Atwal, Gurpreet Kaur, M.K. Sangha, S.S. Banga, India, 195 

Honeybees: alternative to increase the yield and quality of canola oil for biodiesel production in Brazil  
A. Rosa, B. Blochtein, G. Tomm, D. Ferreira, M. Fernandes, B. Freitas, P. Andrade, S. Witter, Brazil, 199 

Changes of yield and yield components of canola cultivars under different plant densities and application of sulfur fertilization 
Ali Soleymani,Mohamad Hesam Shahrajabian, Lila Naranjani, Iran, 201 

Identifying traits for canola in a new cropping environment in Australia  
Penny Riffkin, Trent Potter, Angela Clough, Debra Partington, Australia, 204  

Impact of soil tillage and nitrogen fertilization on insect pests of canola in Eastern Canada
Letourneau, Louis-Pierre T., Canada, 208

Increased nitrogen fertilization in autumn can reduce need for nitrogen fertilisation in spring
Albin Gunnarson, Sweden, 212

 Influence of sowing date and rate on winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp. oleifera) straw yield and seed/straw ratio
Oskars Balodis, Zinta Gaile, Latvia, 216

INVESTIGATION FOR RAPESEED SHATTERING IN IRAN. CASE STUDY: MARKAZI PROVINCE
H. Madani1, G. Naderi Brojerdi1, H. Aghajani, Iran, 220

 Investigation of sowing date on six fall varieties of rapeseed in Mashhad
KioomarsBakhshKelarestaghi1 ,Hamid Madani2 ,AbasFallah Toosi3 ,Mohsen Shahghasi, Iran, 224 

Investigations on the growth of mycelium cauliflower fungus on composites filled with rapeseed straw with a polymer matrix Mater-Bi® NF01U
Michał Starzycki, Dominik Paukszta, Elżbieta Starzycka, Poland, 228

Leaf proteome of rapeseed subjected to sulphur restriction reveals numerous changes in proteins related to sulphur, carbon metabolisms and oxidative stress.
D‘Hooghe P., Escamez S., Trouverie J., Ségura R., Bataillé M-P., Bonnefoy J., Ameline A-F., Avice J. C., France, 232

Lower and higher input crop management in winter oilseed rape – influence on yield, quality and some another important properties
Petr Zehnálek1 Petr Baranyk, Czech Republic, 236

MECHANICAL HARVEST AFFECTS WINTER RAPE (BRASSICA NAPUS L.) PROFITABILITY
Ni Ma1*, Yugui Cheng2, Shihai Gao3 Jun Li1, Shujie Zhang1, Guangming Li1, Minghai Zhang2, Chunlei Zhang, China, 239

Mixing Winter oilseed rape (WOSR) and legume to smoother weeds, disturb insects and reduce nitrogen use in spring: possible or not ?
Valantin-Morison Muriel, Butier Arnaud, Berder Julie, France, 241

MODEL CALIBRATION ON TWO OILSEED RAPE VARIETIES (BRASSICA NAPUS L.), COMPARISON AND PERSPECTIVES
Mathieu A, Qi R, Allirand JM, Pinet A, Ney B, Jullien A, France, 246

Modelling winter oilseed rape carbon accumulation during the reproductive phase
Allirand J.-M., Jullien A., Mathieu A., Bregeon M.*, Lafouge F., Richard-Molard C., Ney B., France, 251

Morphological bases of yield in new oilseed rape hybrids with different shoot vigour
Enrico Rampin, Federica Zanetti, Teofilo Vamerali and Giuliano Mosca, Italy, 256

Morpho-physiological responses of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) genotypes to drought stress
Pushp Sharma1, Virender Sardana1, Shashi Banga1, Phil Salisbury2, Surinder Singh Banga, India, 261

OILSEED RAPE VARIETY RESPONSES TO NITROGEN FERTILISER – A PILOT STUDY
S. P. J. Kightley, UK, 264

OILSEED RAPE YIELD LIMITING FACTORS – FAILURE TO TRANSLATE CULTIVAR IMPROVEMENT INTO COMMERCIAL PERFORMANCE
Simon P J Kightley and Andrew Horwell, UK, 268

Optimizing N fertilization of winter oilseed rape
Klaus Sieling and Henning Kage, Germany, 272

Pollen – mediated intraspecific gene flow in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L. var. oleifera)
Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Wieslawa Poplawska, Alina Liersch, Tadeusz Walkowski, Maria Ogrodowczyk, Poland, 276

Potential of some forage brassicas for green manure use
Branko Ćupina, ÐorĊe Krstić, Aleksandar Mikić, Ana Marjanović-Jeromela, Svetlana Antanasović, Pero Erić, Vojislav Mihailović, Serbia, 281

Predicting the optimum rate and timing of nitrogen fertiliser for winter oilseed rape
P.M. Berry. UK, 285

Pre-harvest sprouting - a risk for low-dormancy oilseed rape? Development of a simple test and first results
F. Stockmann, E.A. Weber, K. Frick, S. Gruber, W. Claupein, Germany, 289

Rapeseed responses to salinity under elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration.
Abbas Dehshiri, Iran, 293

Rapeseed-Faba bean intercrop in low input systems: nitrogen transfer and niche separation
Piva G., Jamont M., Cortes-Mora F.A., Fustec J., France , 297

REDUCED LOSSES AND INCREASED CAPACITY BY COMBINE HARVESTING OF WINTER RAPE SEED
Gunnar Lundin, Sweden, 301

Responses of rapeseed to sulphur restriction: contribution of sulphur reserves and role of sulphate transporters for sustain seed yield
Jean Christophe Avice, Lucie Dubousset, Philippe Etienne, Véronique Gautier, Nathalie Nesi, France, 305

ROOT MORPHOLOGY AND NITROGEN EFFICIENCY IN NEW HYBRIDS OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE
Federica Zanetti, Enrico Rampin, Stefano Loddo, Teofilo Vamerali, & Giuliano Mosca, Italy, 309

Row spacing effect on some of the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of canola cultivars (Brassica napus l.) in Jiroft region
Hamidreza Balouchi, Bahram Behzadi, Morteza Pouzesh shirazi Alireza yadavi and Daryoush Mazahery, Iran, 314

Seed eaters on our fields – how many rapeseeds are consumed by what creatures?
Annika Banhardt, Sabine Gruber, Wilhelm Claupei, Germany, 318

Seed persistence of novel-trait oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) genotypes in different soilsE.A. Weber, K. Frick, F. Stockmann, S. Gruber, W. Claupein, Germany, 321

Seeding speed and seeding depth effects on canola emergence and yield
K. Neil Harker, John O'Donovan, Robert Blackshaw, Eric Johnson, Bill May, Guy Lafond, Canada, 326

Sowing date effects on phenology, morphology and seed yield of oilseed rapeEnrico Rampin(1), Federica Zanetti(1), Teofilo Vamerali(2) and Giuliano Mosca Italy, 331

Statistical approach to predict abundances of oilseed rape volunteers
Thöle, Heinrich; Dietz-Pfeilstetter, Antje; Hüsken, Alexandra, Germany, 334

Studies of plant growth promoting bacteria associated to rapeseed (Brassica napus) roots
Valetti, L. (1), Iriarte, L (2) and Fabra, A., Argentina, 337

STUDY OF A NITRATE SUPPLY ON THE REMOVAL TOXICITY OF AMMONIUM AND UREA NUTRITION IN WINTER OILSEED RAPE
M. ARKOUN, P. LAINE, P. ETIENNE, J-M. GARCIA-MINA, J-C. YVIN A. OURRY, France and Spain, 341

Study of amount and time application of complete fertilizer on yield and quality characters of winter rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
H. Omidi, P. Saffarian, T. Mirzazadeh, F. Pirjalili and A. Bostani, Iran, 345

Study on Some Physiological Indices and Final Yield of Spring Cultivars Species of Rapeseed
Mehdi Azizi¹ and Pouya Arvin, Iran, 350

Study the effects of relay cropping on yield and yield components of different species of Brassica
Ali Soleymani1*., Mohamad Hesam Shahrajabian2., Mehdi Dehdashti1., Lila Naranjani, Iran, 355

Suppressive effects of boron application and temperature on the development of Plasmodiophora brassicae in canola and pak choy.
Mary Ruth McDonald, Abhinandan Deora, Kalpana Sharma and Bruce D. Gossen, Canada, 359 

The effects of sulfur fertilizer and plant densities on seed and oil yield of Canola cultivars
Ali Soleymani, Mohamad Hesam Shahrajabian, Mohamad Mehdi Shahri, Lila Naranjani, Iran, 364

 The Impact of Clearfield® Production System on the Quality of Winter Oilseed Rape Oil
Leaper, D. J. and Melloul. S., France, 372

The importance of branching and branches characteristics on oilseed rape genotype x nitrogen interactions.
Allirand J.-M., Jullien A., Mathieu A., Bregeon M.*, Pinet A., Lafouge F., Richard-Molard C., Ney B., France, 376

The influence of relay cropping on growth length, light, interception and solar radiation depreciation of some specieses of Brassica
Ali Soleymani., Mohamad Hesam Shahrajabian, Lila Naranjani, Iran, 383

The variability of the greenhouse gas emissions in winter oilseed rape produced in France
Francis Flénet, France, 387

Which Crop Inputs Have the Greatest Impact on Canola Yield?
R.E. Blackshaw, S.A. Brandt, E.N. Johnson, K.N. Harker, J.T. O‘Donovan,T.K. Turkington,  H.R. Kutcher, Canada, 391

YIELD POTENTIAL IN SPRING AND WINTER RAPESEED GENOTYPESC.M. Appella; L. Iriarte; P.E. Abbate, Argentina,395

Feed Quality

A multi-year survey on the chemical composition of rapeseed meal produced in France
Sylvie DAUGUET, Mohammed KROUTI , Jean-Philippe LOISON, Corinne PEYRONNET, Alain QUINSAC, France, 398

Comparison of Energy Utilisation and Nitrogen Digestibility of rapeseed meals in roosters, broilers and young turkeys. 
Michel LESSIRE (1), Benoît VIGOUR (2), Alain QUINSAC (3), Jean Marc HALLOUIS (1), Corinne PEYRONNET, France, 402

ECONOMIC EFFECTIVENESS OF THE RAPESEED OIL CAKE USE IN FARMED RED DEER RATION 
Liga Proskina, Aleksandrs Jemeljanovs, Ira Irena Vitina, Latvia, 407

Effect of long-term feeding of black and yellow types of full-fat rapeseed on growth and reproduction of rats 
Danuta Boros, Piotr Ochodzki, Kinga Myszka, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Poland, 411

Effect of long-term feeding with regular rapeseed meal on the performances of reproduction of sows and growth of piglets. 
Alain QUINSAC, Nathalie QUINIOU, Daniel PLANCHENAULT, Florence MAUPERTUIS, Jérémy GUIBERT, Corinne PEYRONNET, Anne BOURDILLON, Anne PICOT, Eric ROYER, France, 414

Effects of glucosinolates and fibre resulting from rapeseed meal inclusion in phase 2 diet on piglet feeding behaviour and performance 
Eric ROYER, Didier GAUDRE, Alain QUINSAC, France, 418

Estimation of intestinal protein digestibility of rapeseed and soybean products using a three-step enzymatic in vitro procedure 
F. Hippenstiel, A. Kivitz, K.-H. Südekum, Germany, 422

Evaluation of the Quality and Degradability of Rapeseed Cake Protein 
M. Kass, H. Kaldmäe, M. Ots, D. Arney, O. Kärt, Estonia, 426

Gastrointestinal tract response of young turkeys fed meals derived from low-fibre yellow-seeded B. napusand B. juncea canola 
Z. Zdunczyk, D. Mikulski, J. Juskiewicz, J. Jankowski, B.A. Slominski, Poland/Canada, 430

Glucosinolates content, an important quality parameter monitored at each stage of the French rapeseed production chain 
Françoise Labalette, Sylvie Dauguet, André Merrien, Corinne Peyronnet, Alain Quinsac, France, 432

Genetic and chemical investigations of antinutritive phenolic compounds (tannins) in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
Florin Daniel Lipsa, Wolfgang Friedt, Rod Snowdon, Germany, 434 

Glucosinolates content, an important quality parameter monitored at each stage of the French rapeseed production chain 
Françoise Labalette, Sylvie Dauguet, André Merrien, Corinne Peyronnet, Alain Quinsac, France, 438

Chemical composition and nutritive value of low-fiber yellow-seeded B. napus and B. junceacanola for poultry 
B.A. Slominski, W. Jia, D. Mikulski, A. Rogiewicz, J. Jankowski, G. Rakow,R.O. Jones,D. Hickling, Canada, 443

Chemical characteristics focusing on dietary fibre content and composition of mealsderived from winter rapeseed differ in colour of seeds
Danuta Boros, Kinga Myszka, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Poland, 446

Ileal amino acid digestibility in canola meals from yellow- and black-seeded Brassica napus and Brassica junceae fed to growing pigs 
M. A. Trindade Neto, F. O. Opapeju, B. A. Slominski,C. M. Nyachoti, Canada/Brazil, 448 

Impact of liquid feeding and health status on the use of a high level of rapeseed meal in pig fattening diets 
Eric ROYER, Alain QUINSAC, France, 452

Improvement of oilseed rape meal using near-infrared reflection spectroscopy based selection methods
Benjamin Wittkop, Wolfgang Friedt, Rod Snowdon, Germany, 456

Interest of using synthetic amino acids, including L-Valine for formulating low crude protein pig diets based on rapeseed meal 
Nathalie QUINIOU, Yvan PRIMOT, Corinne PEYRONNET, Alain QUINSAC, France, 459

NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF PRESS CAKE FROM YELLOW- OR BLACK-SEEDED WINTER RAPESEED FOR GROWING PIGS 
S. Smulikowska, St. Raj, A. Piotrowska, I. Bartkowiak-Broda, Poland, 463

Performance, and thyroid gland, liver and kidney functions in broilers fed diets containing expeller-extracted canola meal 
T. A. Woyengo, E. Kiarie, and C. M. Nyachoti, Canada, 466

Phenolic Constituents in Rapeseed Flour –the next secondary plant products as important komplex in our biosphere. 
Zukalová Helena, Becka David, Mikšík Vlastimil, Cihlár Pavel Vašák Jan, Czech Republic, 470

Protein and amino acid digestibility of meals derived from two types of winter rapeseed differ in colour of seeds 
Kinga Myszka, Danuta Boros, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Poland, 473

Rapeseed press cake –Composition and results in pig testing 
Friedrich Schöne, Torsten Graf, Manfred Weber, Germany, 478

Rapeseed Protein Extraction Process for Aquafeed Use 
Halime Adem, Ralf Peter Tressel, Frank Pudel, Lothar Mörl, Germany, 482

Replacement of fish meal with rapeseed protein concentrate in fish diets 
H. Slawski, H. Adem, R.-P. Tressel, K. Wysujack, U. Koops, C. Schulz, Germany, 486 

The Rapeseed Oil Impact on Broiler Chicken Meat Quality 
Sallija Cerina, Vera Krastina, Ira Irena Vitina, Latvia, 489

Food Quality and Nutrition

A Brief Report on Immunoassay for 3-chloro-1,2-propanediol and its Esters Derivatives in Rapeseed Oil 
Fei Ma, Peiwu Li, China, 494

Beneficial Health Effects of rapeseed oil on hemostasis
Into Laakso, Tuulikki Seppänen-Laakso, Terho Lehtimäki, Raimo Hiltunen, Finland, 498

Bioactive sulfur compounds in broccoli and other Brassicaceaeplants; the glucosinolates and S-methylcysteine sulfoxide as precursors of methylthiocyanate and dimethylsulfoxide 
Heidi Blok Frandsen, Peter Møller, Katja Wicki Erbs Pedersen, Anne Dorthe Sørensen, Jens Christian Sørensen, Hilmer Sørensen, Denmark, 502

Bioavailability of glucosinolates in feed; uptake and metabolism of intact glucosinolates by pigs 
Frandsen H.B., Jensen S.K., Kristensen, N.B., Maribo, H., Sørensen J.C., Sørensen H., Denmark, 506

Carotenoids and vitamin E in seed, press cake and oil of rapeseed, sunflower, flax and safflower –Comparison of HPLC and photometric determination of carotenoids 
Saskia Franke, Kati Fröhlich, Susanne Werner, Volker Böhm, Friedrich Schöne, Germany, 510

Continuous microwave-assisted enzymatic hydrolysis system for oilseed protein: design and performance evaluation 
Dong Xuyan, Xiao Bi, Wei Fang, Jiang Mulan, Huang Fenghong, Li Guangming, Zhao Yuandi, Chen Hong, China, 514

Determination of Multi-pesticide Residues in Rapeseed by GC×GC-mass Spectrometry
Xiupin Wang, Peiwu Li, China, 516

EFFECT OF CANOLOL (4-VINYLSYRINGOL) ON THE OXIDATION OF EDIBLE OILS 
Bertrand Matthäus, Germany, 520 

Chirality of the methylsulfinyl group is (R) in glucosinolates and (S) in native amino acids 
Keld Ejdrup Andersen, Heidi Blok Frandsen, Peter Møller, Carl Erik Olsen, Anne Dorthe Sørensen, Jens Christian Sørensen, Hilmer Sørensen, Denmark, 524

IMPACT OF HOLL RAPESEED OIL DURING FRYING ON PRODUCT QUALITY DURING STORAGE 
Bertrand Matthäus. Norbert Haase, Günter Unbehend, Germany, 528

In vivo determination of effects on xenobiotica metabolism from dietary concentrations of xenobiotica including glucosinolates 
Keld Ejdrup Andersen, Charlotte Bjergegaard, Heidi Blok Frandsen, Søren Krogh Jensen, Anne Dorthe Sørensen, Jens Christian Sørensen, Hilmer Sørensen, Denmark, 532

Oral drenching of crude glycerol for primiparous dairy cows in the postpartum period 
M. Kass, T. Ariko, J. Samarütel, H. Jaakson, D. Arney, O. Kärt, Estonia, 536

RAPID ASSAYS BASED ON MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES FOR PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE RESIDUES IN RAPESEEDS 
Qi Zhang, Peiwu Li, China, 539

TOXICITY STUDIES OF CRUCIFERIN-RICH AND NAPIN-RICH CANOLA PROTEIN ISOLATES 
Martin Schweizer, Luis A. Mejia, Canada/USA, 542 

VARIETAL AND PROCESSING EFFECTS ON THE VOLATILE PROFILE OF RAPESEED OILS 
Fang Wei, Mei Yang, Qi Zhou, Jin-Hua Peng, Xu-Yan Dong, Hong Chen, Feng-Hong Huang, China, 546

Genetics and Breeding 

A panel of 31 single-locus microsatellite markers for population genetic analysis in Brassica napus and cross-species amplification in Cruciferae   Xiaomao Cheng, Yingjie Xiao, Xihua Zeng, Jiangsheng Wu, Kede Liu, China, 548 

Analysis of combining ability for characters of male sterile lines in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)  
Zesu Huang, Paisan Laosuwan, Thitiporn Machikowa, Zehui Chen, Wendong Dai, Rong Tang, Dezhen Li, China, 552 

Analysis of FAD2B alleles in interspecific derived Brassica juncea and Brassica carinata   
Roslinsky Vicky, 556 

Assessment of Genetic Diversity of mustard (Brassica juncea(L.) Czern & Coss) germplasm in Sri Lanka: An Application of Self-Organizing Map (SOM) with dimension reduction   
P.K.D. Peiris, S. R. Weerakoon, S. Somaratne, Sri Lanka, 560 

Association between drought-related genes expression and physiological indicators in different drought tolerrance varieties (Brassica napus L.)  
Qingsheng Xiao, Guangyuan Lu*, Z. Li, Y. Chen, P. Y. Zheng, X. K. Zhang, China, 563 

Breeding and development of HOLL Winter Oilseed Rape hybrids   
Nelly Guguin, Lilli Lehmann, Andrea Richter, Heinrich Busch, Jean Pierre Despeghel, France/Germany, 566 

Breeding of oilseed rape for new seed oil quality   
Stanislaw Spasibionek, Katarzyna Mikolajczyk, Wieslawa Poplawska, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Poland, 569 

Breeding of winter rapeseed in the Central European Russia.  
V. Volovik, N. Razgulayeva, Russia, 573 

Breeding of winter type of Brassica juncea L. in the All-Russia Research  
S.L. Gorlov, V.S. Trubina, Russia, 575 

Broadening genetic diversity in canola: development of double-low recombinant inbred lines fromBrassica napus x B. oleracea cross  
Rick A. Bennett, Mohan R. Thiagarajah, Ginette Séguin-Swartz, Habibur Rahman, Canada, 578 

CMS/RF HYBRID SEED PRODUCTION SYSTEM FOR TURNIP RAPE
Niemelä Tarja, Seppänen Mervi, Jauhiainen Lauri, Tulisalo Unto, Finland, 581 

Conventional breeding for high-oleic and low-linolenic Brassica napus oil profile  
S.L. Gorlov, E.B. Bochkaryova, S.G. Efimenko, L.A. Gorlova, V.V. Serdyuk, V.N. Shket, Russia, 583 

Cytology of interspecific hybrid between Brassica napusand B. oleracea  
Qinfei Li, Jiaqin Mei, Lunwen Qian, Ying Fu, Jiana Li, Zaiyun Li, Wei Qian, China, 586

Cytology of interspecific hybrid between Brassica napusand B. oleracea  
Qinfei Li, Jiaqin Mei, Lunwen Qian, Ying Fu, Jiana Li, Zaiyun Li, Wei Qian, China, 588

Developing high-oil content homozygous two-type line 20228AB of recessive genic male sterility in Brasscia napus L.  
YANG Li-yong, WANG Wei-rong, ZHOU Xi-rong, LI Yan-li, JIANG Mei-yan, SUN Chao-cai, China, 592 

Development high seed yield spring type canola germplasm by utilizing winter type rapeseed lines 
Mukhlesur Rahman, USA, 596

DEVELOPMENT OF FERTILITY RESTORERS OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE WITH LOW GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT FOR THE CMS OGU-INRA SYSTEM  Ivana Machácková, Radoslav Koprna, Vratislav Kucera, Czech Republic, 599

Digital gene expression analysis during seedling development in winter oilseed rape  Bertha Salazar, Aysha Kiran, Rod Snowdon, Germany, 602

Disruption of germination and seedling development in Brassica napusby mutations causing severe seed hormonal imbalance  Tung Nguyen, Wolfgang Friedt, Sue Abrams, Irina Zaharia, Rod Snowdon, Germany/Canada, 606

Drought Effect on Yield and its Components in winter Rapeseeds (Brassica napus L.)  
Liu C Q, Zhang X K, Zheng P Y, Liu F L, Fu G P, Cheng Y, Lu G Y, China, 609

Effect of chemical mutagens on seed viability and germination in canola (Brassica napus L.)  
S. N. Emrani, A. Arzani, G. Saeidi, Iran, 613

Evaluation and genetic analysis of pod shattering resistance in Brassica napus 
PENG Peng-fei, LI Yun-chang, MEI De-sheng, LI Ying-de, XU Yu-song, HU Qiong, China, 618

Field performance of Brassica napus L. spring canola hybrids with improved resistance to Sclerotinia stem rot 
Igor Falak, Winnie McNabb, Kristin Hacault, Jay Patel, Canada, 622

Field testing and sensitivity of winter rapeseed to pathogens Phoma lingam and Sclerotinia sclerotiorum

Eva Plachka, Ivana Machackova, Vrbovsky Viktor, Miroslava Vyvadilova, Czech Republic, 627

Fine mapping and candidate gene identification of a recessive genic male sterility gene (Bnms3) in rapeseed 
Xiyuan Ni, Xiaodong Xu, Mengyang Ren, Fei Xu, Jixiang Huang, Fei Chen, Jianyi Zhao, China, 632

FORAGE YIELD COMPONENTS IN SOME BRASSICAS
Aleksandar Mikic, Vojislav Mihailovic, Ana Marjanovic-Jeromela, Radovan Marinkovic, Neljko Milovac, Branko Cupina, Sreten Terzic, Serbia, 637

Gene expression profiles of oleic acid in Brassica napus by microarray analysis 

Chunyun Guan, Mei Guan, Xun Li, Guohuai Wang, Sheyuan Chen, China, 642

Genetic Analysis and Improvement of a Recessive Genic Male Sterility in Brassica napus 

XIA Shengqian, ZU Feng, ZHU Yun, DUN Xiaoling, ZHOU Zhengfu, YI Bin, WEN Jing, SHEN, Jinxiong, MA Chaozhi, TU Jinxing, FU Tingdong, China, 647

Genetic Analysis of Branching angle in Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) with Mixed Model of Major Gene Plus Polygene 

ZHENG Puying, SONG Xi, ZHANG Xuekun, LU Guangyuan, CHENG Yong, China, 652

Genetic and molecular analysis of specific-origin yellow-seeded winter rapeseed (B. napus L. var. oleifera) 
I. Bartkowiak-Broda, A. Piotrowska, B. Hernacki, K. Michalski, K. Krotka, Pologne, 657

Genetic Contribution of Vegetative Traits to Yield Traits Among Subspecies or Varieties in B. Campestris L.

Wang Xuefang, Wang Junsheng, Zhang Zhi, Li Dianrong, Tian Jianhua, Zhang Yanfeng, China, 660

GENETIC DIVERSITY IN AUSTRALIAN,INDIAN AND CHINESE OILSEED BRASSICA GERMPLASM AGAINST SCLEROTINIA- ROT RESISTANCE 

Dhiraj Singh, Rajender Singh, P. Salisbury, M.J. Barbetti, Australia, 665

Genetic investigation of origination and domestication in Brassica napus with virtually synthesized lines 

Ying Fu, Jiaqin Mei, Lunwen Qian, Xinfu Xu, Jiana Li, Wei Qian, China, 670

Genetic Map Construction and Sclerotinia Resistance QTLs Identification in Rapeseed (Brassica napusL.) 
Jiefu Zhang, Cunkou Qi, Huiming Pu, Song Chen, Feng Chen, China, 673

GENETIC VARIATION FOR ROOT DEVELOPMENTAL TRAITS IN BRASSICA NAPUS SEEDLINGS 
Aysha Kiran, Anja Bus, Benjamin Stich, Rod Snowdon, Germany, 677

Genetic variation for secondary seed dormancy in a set of current European winter oilseed rape cultivars 

Jörg Schatzki, Coretta Klöppel, Heiko C. Becker, Christian Möllers, Germany, 680

GENETIC VARIATION FOR SEED FIBRE CONTENT IN A COLLECTION OF EUROPEAN WINTER OILSEED RAPE MATERIAL (BRASSICA NAPUSL.) 
Zoran Dimov,Christian Möllers, Republic of Macedonia / Germany, 683

Genetic variation of bioactive compounds in doubled haploid populations of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) 
Teresa Cegielska-Taras, Malgorzata Nogala-Kalucka, Aleksander Siger, Laurencja Szala, Magdalena Rudzinska, Krzysztof Michalski, Pologne, 687

Genetics of Resistance in Rutabaga (Brassica napus var. napobrassica) to Plasmodiophora brassicae Pathotype 
Muhammad Jakir Hasan,Habibur Rahman, Canada, 691

GENOTYPE X ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS FOR POD NUMBER AND 1000 SEED WEIGHT IN RAPESEED
Marjanovic-Jeromela A, Marinkovic R., Miladinovic D., Radic V.,Mitrovic P., Milovac Ž., Vujakovic, M, Serbia, 695

Glucosinolate content of harvested rapeseed in the state variety trials of Thuringia in relation to the seed quality grading and to the trial location 
Uwe Jentsch, Katrin Günther, Torsten Graf, Jürgen Bargholz, Friedrich Schöne, Germany, 700

Growth and Development Characteristics of Winter Rapeseed Northern- Extended from the Cold and Arid Regions in China
SUN Wan-Cang1, WU Jun-Yan1,FANG Yan2, LIU Qin3, YANG Ren-Yi4, MA Wei-Guo5, LI Xue-Cai1, ZHANG Jun-Jie1, ZHANG Peng-Fei1, LEI Jian-Ming5, NIMA Zhuoma6, SUN Jia, China, 703

Heterosis And Combining Ability For Seed Yield, It's Components And Some Physiological Characters In Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
Seyyed Saeid Pourdad, Iran, 707

High level resistance against white rust (Albugo candida) race 2V identified inBrassica juncea genotypes from China and Australia
M.J. Barbetti1, C.X. Li1, S.S. Banga2, S.K. Banga2, P.S. Sandhu2, A.M. Gurung3and P.A. Salisbury3, 710

Host resistance in oilseed Brassicas against Sclerotinia - renewed hope for managing a recalcitrant pathogen
M.J. Barbetti1, C.X. Li1, H. Garg1, H. Li1, S.K. Banga2, S.S. Banga2, P.S. Sandhu2, R. Singh3, D. Singh3, S.Y. Liu4, A.M. Gurung5 and P.A. Salisbury, India, China, Australia, 713

Hybridization potential between the oilseed crucifer Camelina sativa and canola, mustard and related weeds
G. Séguin-Swartz, J. Nettleton, C. Sauder1, S.I. Warwick1, and R.K. Gugel, Canada, 716

Challenges in breeding forage brassicas in Serbia
Vojislav Mihailović1a, Aleksandar Mikić1a, Ana Marjanović-Jeromela1b, Radovan Marinković1b, Ņeljko Milovac1b, Ðura Karagić1a, Slobodan Katić, Serbia, 719

Characterization of a seed meal quality locus on chromosome A09 of Brassica napus
Anna Stein, Wolfgang Friedt, and Rod Snowdon, Germany, 723

Characterization of oilseed genotypes using microsatellite based DNA barcode
Katalin Pilinszky1, János Falusi2, Antal Szőke1, Erzsébet Kiss1, László Heszky, Hungary, 725

Identification of a candidate restorer gene for Nsa cytoplasmic male sterility
Jianyi HAO, Yunchang LI, Desheng MEI, Jia LIU,Yingde LI, Yusong XU, Qiong HU, China, 729

Improving water-use efficiency and drought tolerance in canola – potential contribution from improved carbon isotope discrimination (CID)
David J. Luckett, Raymond Cowley, Sergio Moroni & Harsh Raman, Australia, 733

“The Influence of Certain Climate Parameters on the Yield and Oil Content in Seed of Rapeseed”
Velimir Radić1, Ana Marjanović Jeromela1, Petar Mitrović1, Radomir Prodanović2, Radovan Marinković, Serbia, 737

Influence of yellow-seeded parent on DH populations of Brassica napus obtained from reciprocal crosses between black- and yellow- seeded DH line
Laurencja Szala1. Zygmunt Kaczmarek2, Teresa Cegielska-Taras1, Elzbieta Adamska, Poland, 741

Inheritance Law of Oleic Acid Character on Brassica napus
Mei Guan, Xun Li and Chunyun Guan, China, 745

Inheritance of oil content in the doubled haploid population SG14 x Express 617
Nina Behnke, Wolfgang Ecke, Heiko C. Becker and Christian Möllers, Germany, 749

Inheritance of phytosterol content and oil content in a doubled haploid population derived from the winter oilseed rape cross Sansibar x Oase
Lishia Teh, Wolfgang Ecke, Heiko C. Becker and Christian Möllers, Germany, 753

INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF GENETIC AND PHENOTYPIC DISTANCE OF PARENTAL LINES OF F1 HYBRIDS WITH YIELDING ABILITY AND HETEROSIS
Alina Liersch, Wiesława Poplawska, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda, Joanna Nowakowska, Krystyna Krotka, Maria Ogrodowczyk, Henryk Wos, Poland, 758

Genomics and Biotechnology

A Novel orf288 Co-transcripted with Atp6 is Associated with hau Cytoplasmic Male Sterility in Brassica juncea
Jing Bing; Fu Ting-dong; Yi Bin; Wen Jing;Tu Jin-xing; Ma Chao-zhi; Shen Jin-xiong, PR China, 900

A REVERSE GENETICS APPROACH ALLOWS FINE-TUNING OF SEED SHATTER REDUCTION IN CANOLA (BRASSICA NAPUS) TO OPTIMAL LEVELS
 Benjamin Laga, Mieke Stevens, Boris Haesendonckx, Evi Standaert, Kim Crommar, Marc De Block, Dominique Rouan and Bart Lambert, Belgium, 905

STUDY OF A NITRATE SUPPLY ON THE REMOVAL TOXICITY OF AMMONIUM AND UREA NUTRITION IN WINTER OILSEED RAPE

 M. ARKOUN, P. LAINE, P. ETIENNE, J-M. GARCIA-MINA, J-C. YVIN, A. OURRY, France, 906

Antisense suppression of BnTT10 family genes causes retarded pigmentation  and lignin reduction in seed coat of Brassica napus
Kai Zhang, Kun Lu, Ying Liang, Cunmin Qu, Rui Wang, Yourong Chai*, Jiana Li, PR China, 912

Are cleistogamous oilseed rape lines an effective confinement strategy for reducing the outcrossing potential via pollen?
Kerstin Dowideit, Michel Renard and Alexandra Hüsken, Germany, 917

Associative expression and systems analysis of complex traits in oilseed rape/canola
Rod Snowdon, Bertha Salazar, Aysha Kiran, Andrew Sharpe, Christine Sidebottom, Sue Abrams,Irina Zaharia, Pierre Fobert, Kerry Boyle, Isobel Parkin, Wentao Zhang, Erin Higgins, Benjamin Stich, Anja Bus, Niklas Körber, Janet Higgins, Ian Bancroft, Germany, Canada & UK, 918

Biochemical and molecular analyses of flavonoid metabolism in Brassica napus seed: identification of key factors for seed coat pigmentation
Bathilde AUGER, Cécile BARON, Véronique GAUTIER, Marie-Odile LUCAS, Nathalie MARNET,Françoise LEPRINCE, Sylvain GUYOT, Jean-Marc ROUTABOUL, Michel RENARD1, Nathalie NESI, France, 922

Cloning and analysis of the phytoene synthase (BnPSY) gene in Brassica napus L.
ZENG De-zhi1, TIAN Lu-shen1, 2, GUO Shi-xing1, CAI Ying-fan3, YANG Jian-ping3, DENG Wu-ming2,NIU Ying-ze, PR China, 928

Cloning and characterization of phytoene desaturase (BnPDS) gene in the different flower color lines in Brassica napus L.
TIAN Lu-shen, ZHANG Xing-xing, WAN Chen-yan, GUO Shi-xing, CAI Ying-fan, YANG Jian-ping, DENG Wu-ming, NIU Ying-ze, PR China, 933

Cloning and characterization of zeaxanthin epoxidase (BnZEP) gene in Brassica napus L.
TIAN Lu-shen, WAN Chen-yan, GUO Shi-xing, CAI Ying-fan, YANG Jian-ping, DENG Wu-ming, NIU Ying-ze, PR China, 937

Comparative transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis and rapeseed under extreme temperature stress
Youn-sung Cho, Sae-rom Kim, Gui-yeon Kim, Yu-jeong Jeong, Hye-joon Joo,Ji-hye Hwang, Yoon-hi Choi, June-seung Lee, Dong-Hee Lee, Korea, 941

Comprehensive Evaluation on Tolerance to Waterlogging Among Different Rapeseed Varieties
ZHANG Xuehua, JIANG Liangcai , NIU Yingze , LI Haojie, PU Xiaobin, ZHANG Jinfang, JIANG Jun, PR China, 945

EXPRESSION QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI ANALYSIS OF BAN, F3H AND TT19 GENES IN BRASSICA NAPUS
Kun Lu, Cunmin Qu, Kai Zhang, Junxin Lu, Yourong Chai*, Jiana Li, PR China, 949

Fine mapping of an oil content quantitative trait locus in the linkage group 7 of Brassica napus
Jianyi Zhao1, Yu Ding2, Fei Xu3, Yuxia Liu2, Jixiang Huang1, Fei Chen1, Xiyuan Ni1, PR China, 953

Fingerprinting maps construction of Brassica napus and the rapeseed germplasm with super-high oil content in China
ZHAO Wei-guo, WANG Hao, LI Dian-rong, TIAN Jian-hua, ZHAO Ya-jun, LI Bao-jun, WANG Xiao-dong, WANG Ai-na, PR China, 957

Functional analysis of myb transcription factor gene under abiotic stress in Brassica juncea L. Coss. & Czern.
Ram C. Yadav, Poonam Sharma, Neelam R. Yadav and Dhiraj Singh, India, 962

GENETIC DISSECTION OF NATURAL VARIATION FOR FLOWERING TIME IN RAPESEED
Harsh Raman1, Rosy Raman1, Ros Prangnell1, P Eckermann2, David Edwards3, Jacqueline Batley3,Neil Coombes1, Belinda Taylor1, Neil Wratten1, David Luckett15 and Liz Dennis, Australia, 966

Genetic dissection of seed weight and seeds per silique by conditional QTL mapping in Brassica napus
Jixiang Huang1, Yuxia Liu1, Yilong Wang1, Xiyuan Ni1, Fei Chen1, Lu Qi2, Jianyi Zhao, PR China, 970

Genetic linkage mapping of Arabidopsis lipid related genes in Brassica napus
Fei Chen1, Jixiang Huang1, Yilong Wang1, Fei Xu2, Xiyuang Ni1, Jianyi Zhao, PR China, 974

High oleic acid rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) produced by transformation with an ihpRNA vector targeting the delta-12 desaturase gene
Song Chen, Huiming Pu, Jiefu Zhang, Jianqin Gao, Feng Chen, Weihua Long, Maolong Hu, Cunkou Qi, PR China, 979

High Throughput Lipidomics Analysis in Rapeseed Oil Research.
CHEN Hong*, Wei Fang, DONG Xu-yan, PR China, 982

Isolation and functional characterization of petal specific BnPI promoter from Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
Kyung Hee Roh*1, Jong-Suk Park1, Jong-Bum Kim1, Young Seok Jang2, Kwang Soo Kim2, Bo-Kyoung Kwak, Korea, 985

Microspore Culture of F1 Hybrid between Brassica napus and Brassica juncea is the Effective way on Breeding
Xun Li, Chunyun Guan and Mei Guan, PR China, 989

MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF DH LINES OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE TRANSFORMED WITH GENES CHANGING IN RESPONSE TO DROUGHT STRESS
Anna Olejnik1, Agnieszka Ludwików2, Lucyna Misztal2, Teresa Cegielska-Taras1, Iwona Bartkowiak-Broda1, Jan Sadowski, Poland, 993