5th International Rapeseed Congress, Malmö, Sweden June 12-16,1978 
Vol.2

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

SESSION F: SEED AND OIL CHEMISTRY

1. Introductory paper: Natural products chemistry of rapeseed
H.K. Mangold, K.D. Mukherjee ........................ 2
2. The minor fatty acids of rapeseed oils
R.G. Ackman, J.-L. Sebedio .......................... 9
3. Isomeric monounsaturated fatty acids in edible fats and oils with reference to myocardial lesions in animals
F.W. Hougen, E.W. Wasowicz .......................... 13
4. Biochemical aspects of oil deposition in developing rapeseed
J.F. Harris, G. Norton .............................. 16
5. The use of a minicomputer system in oilseed analyses
B. Uppstrom, S.-A. Johansson ........................ 21
6. Biosynthesis of alpha-linolenic acid in leaves and seeds of rape (Brassica napus L.)
G.S. Brar, W. Thies ................................. 27
7. Protein- und Fettgehalt sowie Aminosaüre- und Fettsaüremuster verschiedener Raps-inzuchtlinien unter Berücksichtigung von Korngrösse und spezifischem Gewicht
B. Arnholdt, R. Marquard ............................ 31
8. Méthode simple d'estimation de la teneur en acide érucique des graines de colza
D. Ribaillier, M. Riout .............................. 35
9. Polysaccharides and lignin in rapeseed
P. Aman ................................................ 38
10. Variation in nitrate reductase activity and its relationship to protein production in B. napus
S. Ryan................................................ 45
11. Rapeseed quality surveys - 1955 to 1977
J.K. Daun .............................................. 48
12. Characterization of two protein isolates from rapeseed
M. Blaicher, K.D. Mukherjee ........................ 51
13. Free amino acids and peptides in rapeseed and rapeseed protein concentrate
E. Kostyra, H. Kostyra, H. Kozlowska ................ 54
14. Glucosinolates in the growing and flowering plants of Brassica napus and Brassica campestris
K. Jiirges.............................................. 57
15. Chemistry and biological effects of the major glucosinolate in Crambe abyssinica, a potential oilseed crop
C.H. Van Etten ......................................... 61
16. Free thiocyanate ion : a hydrolysis product of glucosinolates from rape and mustard seed meal
D.I. McGregor .......................................... 64
17. Determination of 5-vinyl-2-oxazolidinethione in milk
E. Josefsson, L. Äkerström ........................ 68

SESSION G : NUTRITIONAL EVALUATION OF OIL AND PROTEIN FOR FOOD USE 

1. Introductory paper: Nutritional evaluation of rapeseed oil and protein for food use
J. Beare-Rogers ...................................... 74
2. Nutritional effects of rapeseed oils in pigs.
1. Performance and carcass characteristics

U. Petersen .......................................... 88
3. Nutritional effects of rapeseed oils in pigs.
2. Composition and changes of tissue lipids

M. Arens, E. Homberg, A. Seher .................... 90
4. Nutritional effects of rapeseed oils in pigs.
3. Histometry of myocardial changes

G. Byster, R. Vles ................................ 92
5. Factors influencing myocardial lesions in animals fed diets containing low erucic acid rapeseed oils
J.K.G. Kramer, H.W. Hulan, S. Mahadevan, F.D. Sauer, H.L. Trenholm, A.H. Corner ............ 95
6. Effets comparés de l'huile de colza pauvre en acide érucique et du beurre, sur la lipidémie, la coagulation et l'agrégation plaquettaire chez l'homme
B. Jacotot ........................................... 99
7. Effects of different dietary levels of docosenoic acids on male rats during cold stress
P.-O. Darnerud, M. Olsen, B. Wahlström ............ 103
8. Histometry of myocardial changes in rabbits fed various oils
W. Timmer, R. Vles ................................ 105
9. Myocardial effects of docosenoic fatty acid isomers in rats and monkeys - a comparative study
B. Schiefer .......................................... 108
10. Etude physiopathologique sur rat de l'huile de colza primor chauffée et non chauffée
R. Guillaumin ........................................ 111
11. Long-chain monoethylenic fatty acids in primates
R.G. Ackman, C.A. Eaton, F.M. Loew ................ 114
12. Effect of non-glyceride minor substances from an erucic zero rapeseed oil on rat heart mitochondria
J. Raulin, F. Lapous, M. Launay ................... 118
13. Rapeseed oils as sources of essential fatty acids
J.S. McCutcheon, B.L. Walker ...................... 123
14. Rapeseed protein concentrates - toxicology and nutrition
J.D. Jones ........................................... 128
15. Antinutritional components in rapeseed and their effect on pregnant rats
K. Anjou............................................. 133
16. Removal of antinutritive substance from rapeseed and nutritive properties of proteins
S.-A. Lieden, L. Hambraeus, B.E. McDonald ......... 138
17. Nutritional effects of various rapeseed constituents in male wistar rats
G. Bijster, B. Hudalla, H. Kaiser, H.K. Mangold, R.O. Vles ........................ 141
18. Effect of dietary rapeseed protein concentrate on tissue levels of zinc, tocopherol and lipids
A. Eklund, G. Agren ............................... 144
19. Nutritional évaluation of rapeseed protein concentrates
R. Chichon, H. Kozlowska, B. Lossow, O.B. Smith ... 147

SESSION H: FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF RAPESEED OIL & MEAL PRODUCTS 

1. Introductory paper: Functional properties of rapeseed oil and protein products - a survey
R. Ohlson ............................................ 152
2. Stability and effect of heating in rapeseed and soybean oils
E. Lucas, M. Lutz, L. Masson, A. Mella, H. Oliver,E. Wittig ................. 168
3. Crystallization behaviour of hydrogenated rapeseed oil
J.M. deMan ........................................... 169
4. Composition of the major phospholipids of rapeseed
I. Larsson, L. Rydhag, I. Wilton.................. 187
5. An overview of the rapeseed association of Canada booklet: Canadian rapeseed oil - properties, processes and food quality
M. Eskin,M. Vaisey-Genser ........................ 194
6. Some textural and flavor characteristics of selected plant protein and water systems
L. Malcolmson, M. Vaisey-Genser, B. Walker ........ 197
7. Functional behaviour of low erucic acid rapeseed oils in fatty food systems
U. Persmark, P.-O. Stahl, H. Bajracharya .......... 201 

SESSION I: EVALUATION OF RAPESEED MEAL AND PROTEIN FOR FEED USE 

1. Introductory paper: Evaluation of rapeseed meal and protein for feed use
D.R. Clandinin, A.R. Robblee ...................... 204
2. Rapeseed as a source of fat for dairy cows
B. Frank ............................................. 213
3. Utilization of protected and unprotected rapeseed by lactating dairy cows
D.A. Christensen, M. Cochran, G. Steacy ........... 217
4. Low glucosinolate rapeseed meals in rations for lactating dairy cows
R. Ingalls, A. Papas, H. Sharma ................... 220
5. Rapeseed meal as a protein supplement for dairy cows
L. Lindell ........................................... 223
6. A comparison of rapeseed meal and sunflower seed meal in the diet of the dairy cow
E.L. Miller .......................................... 226
7. Rapeseed meal as a protein supplement for growing bulls
I. Olsson ............................................ 230
8. By-products from rapeseed protein concentrate (RPC) processing as feedstuffs. I. Fines to dairy cows
B. Ahlström .......................................... 235
9. By-products from rapeseed protein concentrate (RPC) processing as feedstuffs. II. Rapeseed hulls to growing heifers
B. Ahlström, S. Thomke ............................ 240
10. By-products from rapeseed protein concentrate (RPC) processing as feedstuffs. III. By-product mixture to growing, uncastrated male cattle
B. Ahlstrom, S. Thomke ............................ 244
11. Influence du dépelliculage et de l'extraction des alpha-galatosides sur la valeur nutritive du tourteau de colza à faible teneur en glucosinolates chez le rat en croissance
M. Vermorel, J.-J. Baudet .......................... 248
12. Silierung als Methode zur Entbitterung von Raps
J. Borowska, H. Kozlowska, M. Kozlowski ........... 251
13. Effect of high and low glucosinolate rapeseed meal and soybean meal on thyroid function in pigs and rats
P.J. McKinnon, J.P. Bowland ....................... 253
14. An evaluation of low glucosinolate (Tower) rapeseed meal in swine diets
F. Aherne, A. Lewis ............................... 257
15. Possibilités d'utilisation des pellicules de colza en alimentation animale (lapins et bovins)
J.-J. Baudet,J. Evrard ............................ 261
16. Valeur nutritionnelle des tourteaux de colza sans glucosinolates ; influence du dépelliculage ; essais sur porcs et volailles
J.-J. Baudet, D. Bourdon, J. Guillaume ............. 264
17. The voluntary food intake of growing pigs given diets containing a high proportion of different rapeseed meals, including those prepared from new varieties of rape
R. Hill, P. Lee, B. Leech ......................... 267
18. Comparison of low glucosinolate (Tower) rapeseed meal and soybean meal as protein supplements for swine during gestation and lactation
A.J. Lewis, F.X. Aherne ........................... 270
19. Rapeseed meal quality as determined by glucosinolate analysis and balance trials with animals
L. Campbell, P. Cansfield, R. Ingalls, A. Papas ... 273
20. Antinutritional effects of rapeseed glucosinolates in poultry
L. Campbell, P. Cansfield, E. Israels, A. Papas ... 276
21. The effect of high and low erucic acid rapeseed oil on energy metabolism in chicks
T. Clandinin, S. Innis, R. Renner................. 279
22. The use of low glucosinolate-type rapeseed meal in rations for layers and broilers
D.R. Clandinin, S. Ichikawa, A.R. Robblee, D. Thomas.......... 284
23. Nutritional efficacy of rapeseed meal as a source of dietary protein for broiler chicken
H.W. Hulan, F.G. Proudfoot ........................ 287
24. Glucosinolate-poor rapeseed meal to broiler chicks
B. Ahlstrom, S. Aldén, K. Elwinger ................ 292
25. The effect of adding soybean or rapeseed gums to the diet on the performance of laying hens
H.W. Hulan, F.G. Proudfoot ........................ 295
26. Rapeseed meal and egg taint
F. Curtis, R. Fenwick, R. Heaney, A. Hobson-Frohock, D. Land ................. 300
27. Trimethylamine production from sinapine by enteric bacteria from laying hens
M.M. Mueller, R.N. Coleman, D.R. Clandinin ........ 303
28. Influence of rapeseed meal on the eating quality of chicken
CD. Steedman, Z.J. Hawrysh, R.T. Hardin,A.R. Robblee ......................... 307 

SESSION K: PROCESSING OF RAPESEED AND ITS PRODUCTS

1. Introductory paper: The processing of rapeseed and its products
J.G. Wiegand ......................................... 314
2. Rapeseed oil in Canadian edible oil products
B.F. Teasdale ........................................ 334
3. Nouveaux procédés pour le dépelliculage et le triage des graines de colza
A. Gris .............................................. 336
4. Vergleich von Messungen an einem Karussellextrakteur mit den Rechenergebnissen einer mathematischen Simulation
B. Fehsenfeld, M. Knuth, W. Stein ................. 341
5. Processing new rapeseed varieties in Canada - a commercial assessment
D. Loewen, K. Sarsons ............................. 344
6. An investigation into the presence of degradation products from glucosinolates in rapeseed oil
P. George, B. Töregard............................ 348
7. Extraction and detoxification of rapeseed proteins
F. Sosulski .......................................... 360
8. Potential of Brassica species as protein sources
F. Sosulski.......................................... 365

FINAL PLENARY SESSION

1. An address at the final plenary session
K. Sarsons ........................................... 370

2. Some summarizing impressions from the Fifth International Rapeseed Conference, Malmö, June 12-16, 1978
M. Bell, E. Âkerberg ;............................. 372

3. The outlook for future rapeseed production in the world
M. Bell .............................................. 378

CLOSURE SPEECH

The President Dr. Gösta Andersson .................... 384
Registration List ...................................... 385

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