International Conference on the Science, Technology & Marketing of Rapeseed & Rapeseed Products,  Ste-Adèle, Québec, Canada, Sept.20-23,1970

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION ....................... 1 

OPENING OF CONFERENCE: Gaston Lussier ........ 3 

SESSION I : WORLD PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF RAPESEED 

1) World Production and Marketing of Rapeseed in Past 10 Years and Projection for Next 10 Years.
J.H. Wijsman..................... 6
2) Production and Marketing of Rapeseed in Canada During Past 10 Years and Projection for Next 10 Years.
W.L. Porteous & R.B. Johnson............ 12

DISCUSSION PANELS:

Rapeseed Production .................. 31
Rapeseed Marketing ................ 50

SESSION II : NATURE & CAUSES OF VARIATION IN RAPESEED QUALITY 

1) Cellular Structure of Rapeseed.
A. von Hofsten.................... 70
2) Influence of Temperature and Soil on Seed Composition.
B.R. Stefansson...........86
3) The Effect of Chemical Fertilizers on the Content of Oil, Protein and Glucosinolates in Brassica Including Rapeseed.
L.R. Wetter & R.K. Downey ............. 92
4) A Seed Grower's Viewpoint of Rapeseed Quality.
F. Hetland......................113
5) The Effect of Rapeseed Quality on Processing Procedures.
R. Simmons......................121
6) Grading of Canadian Rapeseed.
M.M. Ainslie.....................127
7) Fifteen Years of Rapeseed Quality Surveys.
G.N. Irvine .....................133 

ADDRESS TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MARKETING OF RAPESEED AND RAPESEED PRODUCTS :
Rapeseed and Rapeseed Products in Canada's Economy
Honourable Otto Lang................... 150 

SESSION III : RAPESEED OIL CHARACTERISTICS & UTILIZATION 

1) Comparative Characteristics of Canadian Rapeseed Oils.
B.M. Craig...................... 158
2) Rapeseed Oil in Margarine and Other Products.
R. Ohlson ...................... 171
3) The Use of Canbra Oil in Margarine and Shortening.
B.F. Teasdale, G.A. Helmel, CE. Swindells .... 190
4) Development and Application of Rapeseed Oil in Frying.
B. Costigliola.................... 203
5) The Utilization of Rapeseed Oil as Salad Oil.
W.G. Mertens, T.K. Mag, B.F. Teasdale....... 213
6) Improvement of Rapeseed Lecithin for Edible Purposes.
H. Niewiadomski.................... 223 

SESSION IV : THE ORGANIZATION OF THE SWEDISH RAPESEED INDUSTRY

The Organization of the Swedish Rapeseed Industry
W. Tingnell...................... 251 

SESSION V : RAPESEED MEAL UTILIZATION ; PRESENT & FUTURE

1) Canadian Experience with the Use of Rapeseed Meal in Rations for Poultry.
D.R. Clandinin & A.R. Robblee............ 267
2) Rapeseed Meal in Swine Feeding.
J.P. Bowland..................... 274
3) Rapeseed Meal in Ruminant Rations : Dairy Cattle.
J.R. Ingalls, D.E. Waldern & J.B. Stone...... 281
4) Experience with the Feeding of Rapeseed Meal in Germany.
H. Wiechmann...................... 297
5) The Utilization of Rapeseed Meal in Animal Feeding.
M. Chanet....................... 311
6) A Method of Biologically Detoxifying Rapeseed Meal.
T. Staron....................... 321
7) Panel Discussion on Rapeseed Meal Utilization ..... 338 

SESSION VI : ADVANCES IN RAPESEED RESEARCH 

1) Chloroplast Development and Biogenesis of Linolenic Acid in Ripening Cotylédons of Rapeseed.
W. Thies........................ 348
2) Further Data on the Processing of Canbra Oil and Its Utilization in the Manufacture of some Shortenings and Margarines.
B. Weinberg...................... 357
3) Rapeseed Oil in Poultry Diets.
R.E. Salraon...................... 369
4) Nutritional Aspects of Rapeseed Oil: Digestibility, Processing and Influence of Erucic Acid on Tissue Lipids.
B.L. Walker, S.P. Lall, S.J. Slinger, H.S. Bayley . . 377
5) Comparative Physiological Effects of Rapeseed and Canbra Oils in the Rat: Influence of the Ratio of Saturated to Monounsaturated Fatty Acids.
G. Rocquelin, B. Martin, R. Cluzan.........405
6) Physiopathological Effects of Rapeseed Oil and Canbra Oil in Rats.
A.M.M. Abdellatif, R.O. Vies............ 423
7) Effects of Hardened Palm Oil on Rapeseed Oil-Induced Changes in Ducklings and Guinea Pigs.
R.O. Vies, A.M.M. Abdellatif............ 435
8) Nutritional Aspects of Long-Chain Fatty Acids.
J.L. Beare-Rogers....................450
9) Commercial Potential of Interspecific Crosses Among Several Brassica Species.
S.H. Pawlowski.....................472
10) Selection for Fatty Acids in Rapeseed.
G. Röbbelen, G. Rakow................476
11) New Developments in Rapeseed Breeding in Sweden.
B. Loof.........................491
12) Effect of Processing on the Chemical Composition of Rapeseed Meal.
A. Rutkowski......................496
13) New Developments Concerning Nutritional Characteristics of Rapeseed Meal.
J.M. Bell........................516
14) Refined Protein Products from Rapeseed.
M.M. Aref .......................525
15) Nutritional Quality of Rapeseed Protein.
G.H. Anderson, Z.I. Sabry..............539

CONFERENCE STATEMENTS ON RAPESEED OIL.........555
Introduction by B.B. MIGICOVSKY.............556

Statement of Japanese Delegation ............ 558 

OFFICIAL CONFERENCE STATEMENT .............. 559

REGISTRATION LIST………………561

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