8th IRC Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, July 9-11, 1991 Vol 1

GCIRC Superior Scientist Award 

Citation by G. Röbbelen 1:1
Acceptance Lecture by Fu Tingdong1:6

Plenary Session * Rapeseed in a Changing World 

A.F. McCalla, C.A. Carter
RAPESEED IN A CHANGING WORLD: THE IMPACTS OF GLOBAL ISSUES 1:14

G. Röbbelen
RAPESEED IN A CHANGING WORLD : PLANT PRODUCTION POTENTIAL 1:29 

R.A. Carr, B.E. McDonald
RAPESEED IN A CHANGING WORLD : PROCESSING AND UTILIZATION 1:39 

Technical Session A * Breeding: Methodology


 A - 01J.D. Patel, M. Elhalwagy, D.G. Charne, I. Grant 
INTRA- AND INTER-POPULATION IMPROVEMENT IN SPRING Brassica napus 1:58

A - 02 D.G. Charne, W.D. Beversdorf 
COMPARISONS OF AGRONOMIC AND COMPOSITIONAL TRAITS IN MICROSPORE-DERIVED AND CONVENTIONAL POPULATIONS OF SPRING Brassica napus 1:64

A - 03 G.R. Stringam, M.R. Thiagarajah
EFFECTIVENESS OF SELECTION FOR EARLY FLOWERING IN F-2 POPULATIONS OF Brassica napus L. - A COMPARISON OF DOUBLED HAPLOID & SINGLE SEED DESCENT METHODS 1:70 

A - 04 P.B.E. McVetty, R. Scarth, S.R. Rimmer
HYBRID CANOLA BREEDING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA 1:76

A - 05 I. Grant, D.G. Charne, J.D. Patel
BREEDING STRATEGIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF HYBRID CANOLA 1:82

A - 06 T.D. Fu, G.S. Yang, X.N. Yang
THE HETEROSIS, CYTOPLASMIC AND NUCLEAR EFFECT & RECURRENT SELECTION OF CYTOPLASMIC MALE STERILE 1:88

A - 07 D.D. Chamberlain, C.B. Hill, L.M.J. Sovero
COMPARISON OF POL AND NORMAL CYTOPLASMS IN RECIPROCAL CROSSES OF Brassica napus L. 1:95 

A - 08 Y.M. Zhou
EFFECTS OF GENETIC BACKGROUNDS ON THE EXPRESSION OF THE DOMINANT MALE STERILE GENE IN Brassica napus 1:101

A - 09 E. Rudloff
RESULTS AND PROBLEMS IN BUILDING UP OF SELF-INCOMPATIBLE LINES AND THEIR USE IN HYBRID SEED PRODUCTION OF WINTER RAPE (Brassica napus L)1:107

A -10 A. Gertz
BREEDING HYBRID VARIETIES IN OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus ) USING SELF- INCOMPATIBILITY 1:113

A -11 W. Schweiger
MISCHUNGSEFFEKTE ZWISCHEN DH-LINIEN VON WINTERRAPS (Brassica napus L.) 1:117

A -12 N.S. Varma, S.C. Gulati, Rajni Raman
EVALUATION FOR COMBINING ABILITY AND HETEROSIS FOR HYBRID PRODUCTION IN MUSTARD 1:123

A -13 N. Thurling, R. Kaveeta
YIELD IMPROVEMENT OF Brassica napus THROUGH INTROGRESSION OF GENES FOR EARLINESS FROM PRIMARY AND SECONDARY GENE POOLS 1:131

A-14 N. Wratten, B.R. Cullis
A COMPARISON OF TWO STATISTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSING YIELD DIFFERENCES BETWEEN EARLY GENERATION CANOLA SELECTIONS 1:137

Breeding: Quality

A -15 R. Scarth, PBE McVetty, SR Rimmer
BREEDING FOR SPECIAL OIL QUALITY IN CANOLA/RAPESEED 1:143 

A -17 K. Kräling, G. Röbbelen
POLYUNSATURATION IN THE SEEDOIL OF RAPESEED NOT INFLUENCED BY GRAFT-TRANSMISSIBLE FACTORS 1:149

A -18 M.K. Pomeroy, S.A. Sparace, W.A. Keller
FATTY ACID AND TRIACYLGLYCEROL BIOSYNTHESIS IN MICROSPORE EMBRYOS OF Brassica napus 1:154

A -19 S. Hovinen, I. Laakso
SELECTION FOR HIGH- YIELDING SPRING TURNIP RAPE LINES WITH HIGHER LINOLEIC /ALPHA-LINOLENIC ACID RATIO 1:159

A - 20 H.K. Love, G. Rakow, J.P. Raney, R.K. Downey
BREEDING IMPROVEMENTS TOWARDS CANOLA QUALITY Brassica juncea1:164

A - 21 L.C. Alonso, O. Fernandez-Serrano, J. Fernandez-Escobar 
THE OUTSET OF A NEW OILSEED CROP : Brassica carinata WITH LOW ERUCIC ACID CONTENT1:170

A - 22 S.S. Badwal, K.L. Ahuja, R.K. Raheja
SELECTION FOR DOUBLE LOW INDIAN Brassica campestris LINES FROM Brassica napus X Brassica campestris 1:177 

A - 23 M.R. Ahmadi, G. Röbbelen, W. Thies 
DIE VERERBUNG VON GLUCOSINOLATGEHALT UND -MUSTER BEI DER ARTKREUZUNG Brassica oleacea X Brassica campestris. 1:181 

A - 24 M.C.M. Iqbal, C. Möllers 
SELECTION FOR LOW GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT IN RAPESEED, Brassica napus L., USING HAPLOID EMBRYOIDS FROM MICROSPORE CULTURE1:187 

A - 25 B. Riicker, E. Rudloff 
INVESTIGATIONS ON THE INHERITANCE OF THE GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT IN SEEDS OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus L.)1:191 

A - 26 M.H. Poulsen, M.H. Rahman, O. Stolen, H. Sorensen
INTERSPECIFIC CROSSING OF Brassica carinata AND Brassica oleracea FOR BREEDING YELLOW-SEEDED Brassica oleracea / Brassica napus1:197 

A - 27 E. Sobrino-Vesperinas, M.C. Fernandez, F. Monroy 
CHARACTERISTICS OF A YELLOW-SEEDED LINE BELONGING TO Brassica napus L 1:203 

A - 28 H.Z. Wang, H.L. Liu 
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF SEED COLOR INSTABILITY IN YELLOW-SEEDED Brassica napus L. 1:211

Breeding: Diseases, Insects, Weeds 

A - 29 SJ. Kolte, D.K. Bordoloi, R.P. Awasthi 
THE SEARCH FOR RESISTANCE TO MAJOR DISEASES OF RAPESEED AND MUSTARD IN INDIA1:219

A - 30 D.J. Ballinger, P.A. Salisbury, G.P. Kadkol 
RACE VARIABILITY IN Leptosphaeria maculans FOR THE IMPLICATIONS FOR RESISTANCE BREEDING IN AUSTRALIA 1:226 

A - 31 D.W. Sippell, W. McNabb, R. Hall, J. Patel 
INHERITANCE OF RESISTANCE TO BLACKLEG Leptosphaeria maculans OF CANOLA1:232 

A - 32 J.L. Taylor, LE. Borgmann, G. Séguin-Swartz 
MOLECULAR GENETIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ISOLATES OF Leptosphaeria maculans1:238 

A - 33 R.F. Mithen, C. Herron 
TRANSFER OF DISEASE RESISTANCE TO OILSEED RAPE FROM WILD Brassica SPECIES 1:244 

A - 34 W. Schilling, W. Friedt 
BREEDING OF 00-RAPESEED (Brassica napus L.) WITH DIFFERENTIAL GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT IN THE LEAVES 1:251

A - 35 S.C. Gulati, N.S. Varma, N. Mani, Rajni Raman
RESISTANCE TO WHITE RUST (Albugo candida) in INDIAN MUSTARD1:256 

A - 36 A. Giinzelmann, V.H. Paul, A. Kettrup
OCCURRENCE, SYMPTOMATOLOGY, SIGNIFICANCE AND EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF OILSEED RAPE WILT CAUSED BY Verticillium dahliae Kleb.. IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY 1:262

A - 37V.H. Paul, S, Burhenne, A. Giinzelmann
FURTHER RESULTS ON Peronospara parasitica (Pers. ex Fr.) IN WINTER OILSEED RAPE WITH SPECIAL REGARD TO THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DOUBLE LOW CULTIVARS 1:265 

A - 38 A. Thierfelder, E. Hackenberg, K. Nichterlein, W. Friedt
DEVELOPMENT OF NEMATODE-RESISTANT RAPESEED GENOTYPES VIA INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION 1:269 

A - 39 E. Diederichsen, M.D. Sacristan
RESYNTHESIS OF AMPHIDIPLOID Brassica SPECIES AND THEIR CLUBROOT DISEASE REACTIONS1:274

A - 40 R.J. Lamb, P. Palaniswamy, R.P. Bodnaryk
SELECTION OF OILSEED RAPE WITH RESISTANCE TO FLEA BEETLES1:280

A-41 C.B.Hill
INHERITANCE OF SEEDLING BLACKLEG RESISTANCE IN CANOLA1:286

A - 42 M.M. Oelck, C.V. Phan, P. Eckes, G. Donn, G. Rakow, W.A. Keller
FIELD RESISTANCE OF CANOLA TRANSFORMANTS (Brassica napus L.) TO IGNITE® (PHOSPHINOTRICIN) 1:292 

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