8th International Rapeseed Congress, Saskatoon, Canada, July 9-11, 1991 Volumes 2 & 3

Breeding: Biotechnology

A-43 B. Huang, E.B. Swanson, C.L. Baszczynski, W.D. Macrae, E. Barbour, V. Armavil, L. Cooke, M. Arnoldo, S. Rozakis, M. Westecott, R.F. Keats, R. Kemble [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 298-305]
APPLICATION OF MICROSPORE CULTURE TO CANOLA IMPROVEMENT

A-44 D.H. Simmonds, C. Gervais, W.A. Keller [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 306-311]
EMBRYOGENESIS FROM MICROSCOPORES OF EMBRYOGENIC AND NON-EMBRYOGENIC LINES OF Brassica napus 

A-45 S.I. Warwick [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 312-317]
MOLECULAR RELATIONSHIPS OF Brassica AND ALLIED GENERA 

A - 46 M.J. Truco, C.F. Quiros [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 318-323]
EVOLUTIONARY STUDY ON Brassica nigra AND RELATED SPECIES

A-47 K. Song, T.C. Osborn [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 324-327]
ORIGINS OF Brassica napus: NEW EVIDENCE BASED ON NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC DNA'S 

A-49 B. Bauer-Weston, S. Gleddie, J. Webb, W. Keller [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 328- 333]
THE PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ASYMMETRIC SOMATIC HYBRIDS BETWEEN Brassica napus & Arabidopsis thaliana

A - 50 H.M. Kao, S. Gleddie, W. Keller, G.G. Brown [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 334-339]
FUSION-MEDIATED SYNTHESIS OF INTERSPECIFIC Brassica oleracea/ B. napus HYBRIDS WITH NOVEL MALE-STERILE CYTOPLASMS

A - 51 S .C. Pleines, C.H. Bornman [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 340-345]
PRODUCTION OF NOVEL NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC COMBINATIONS BY MEANS of PROTOPLAST FUSION IN Brassica napus

A - 52 A.M. Chevre, F. Eber, H. Brim, J. Plessis, C. Primard, M. Renard [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon,1991, Breeding pp 346-351]
CYTOGENETIC STUDIES OF Brassica napus - Sinapis alba HYBRIDS FROM VARY CULTURE AND PROTOPLAST FUSION. ATTEMPTS TO INTRODUCE Alternaria RESISTANCE INTO RAPESEED 

A - 53 C. Mariani, W. De Greef, M. De Block, M. De Beuckeleer, V. Gossele [Ref. : Intern. ap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 352-357]
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF ENGINEERED MALE STERILITY IN OILSEED RAPE 

A - 54 D. Struss, G. Röbbelen [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 358-363]
CONSTRUCTION OF DIFFERENT B-GENOME ADDITION LINES OF Brassica napus S L 

A - 55 D. Depigny, M. Raynal, F. Grellet, M. Delseny [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 364-369]
STRUCTURE, EXPRESSION AND EVOLUTION OF STORAGE PROTEIN GENES IN RADISH AND RELATED CRUCIFERS

A - 56 A.-C. Bonfils, S.C. Gleddie, J.A. Webb, W.A. Keller [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Breeding pp 3780-374]
PLANT REGENERATION FROM CELL SUSPENSION AND PROTOPLAST CULTURES OF Capsella bursa pastoris (L.) MEDIC

Technical Session B

Nutrition: Meal, Glucosinolates 

B - 01 M. Etienne, J.Y. Dourmad, W. Obidzinski, J. Evrard, C. Vachot [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 376-381]
EFFECTS OF LOW GLUCOSINOLATE RAPESEED MEAL IN SOW PREGNANCY DIET 

B - 02 F. Schone, A. Hennig, B. Groppel, R. Lange, Astrid Schneider, G. Jahreis [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 382--389]
EVALUATION OF LOW OR HIGH GLUCOSINOLATE RAPESEED MEALS IN EXPERIMENTS WITH GROWING PIGS AND POULTRY

B - 03 H.L. Classen, J.M. Bell, W.D. Clark [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 390-395]
NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF VERY LOW GLUCOSINOLATE CANOLA MEAL FOR BROILER CHICKENS 

B - 04 B.A. Slominski, L.D. Campbell [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 396-401]
INFLUENCE OF INDOLE GLUCOSINOLATES ON THE NUTRITIVE QUALITY OF CANOLA MEAL

B- 05 L. Nugon-Baudon, S. Rabot, J.P. Flinois, Ph. Beaune, O. Szylit [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 402-407]
GLUCOSINOLATES INTERACTIONS WITH THE HEPATIC XENOBIOTIC METABOLIZING ENZYMES (XME) - INFLUENCE OF THE INTESTINAL MICROFLORA

B - 06 B.P. Gill [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 408-413]
THE USE OF WHOLE RAPESEED IN YOUNG PIG DIETS 

B - 07 S. Thomke [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 414-417]
AMINO ACID PROFILE OF Brassica napus SEED WITH VARYING CRUDE PROTEIN CONTENT

Nutrition: Oil and Meal

B - 08 B. Michalet-Doreau, J. Evrard [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 418-423]
INFLUENCE DU MODE DE TRITURATION DES TOURTEAUX SUR LEUR VALEUR AZOTEE POUR LES RUMINANTS

B - 09 A.O. Vanhatalo, LP. Aronen [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 424-429]
THE RUMINAL AND INTESTINAL DEGRADATION ESTIMATES OF EITHER UNTREATED OR PHYSICALLY TREATED RAPESEED MEALS MEASURED BY NYLON BAG TECHNIQUES 

B -10 M. Emanuelson, K.-A. Ahlin, H. Wiktorsson [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 430-435]
RAPESEED PRODUCTS OF 00-CULTIVARS TO DAIRY COWS. EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM FEEDING ON ANIMAL PERFORMANCES 

B -12 B.P. Gill [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 436-441)
RAPESEED MEAL AS A DIETARY PROTEIN SUPPLEMENT FOR FINISHING PIGS 

B -13 L.D. Campbell, B.A. Slominski [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 442-447]
NUTRITIVE QUALITY OF LOW-GLUCOSINOLATE CANOLA MEAL FOR LAYING HENS

B -14 C. Bjergegaard, S.K. Jensen, H. Sørensen [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Nutrition pp 448-453]
DIETARY FIBRES IN OILSEED RAPE: PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS ON THE DIGESTIBILITY OF RAPESEED MEAL 

Agronomy: Diseases, Insects, Weeds

B -15 H.A. McCartney, M.E. Lacey [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 454-459]
SPREAD OF LIGHT LEAF SPOT (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) IN OILSEED RAPE CROPS IN THE UNITED- KINGDOM

B -16 C.B. Rempel, Z. Lisieczko, R. Hall [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 460-464]
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RESISTANCE IN RAPESEED TO BLACKLEG

B -17 G.S. Saharan [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 465-470]
ASSESSMENT OF LOSSES EPIDEMIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF BLACK SPOT DISEASE OF RAPESEED-MUSTARD

B -18 J.P. Tewari [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 471-476]
CURRENT UNDERSTANDING OF-RESISTANCE TO Alternaria brassicae IN CRUCIFERS

B - 19 B.D.L. Fitt, A.J. Inman, M.E.Lacey, H.A. McCartney [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 477-482]
SPLASH DISPERSAL OF Pseudocercosporella capsellae,CAUSE OF WHITE LEAF SPOT OF OILSEED RAPE 

B - 20 R.A.A. Morrall, T.K. Turkington, D.A. Kaminski, J.R. Thomson, R.K. Gugel, S.V. Rude [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 483-488]
FORECASTING SCLEROTINIA STEM ROT OF SPRING RAPESEED BY PETAL TESTING

B - 21 K.J. Doughty, A.J. Hick, B.J. Pye, L.E. Smart [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 489-494]
EFFECT OF FIELD APPLICATIONS OF ISOTHIOCYANATE PRECURSORS ON PESTS AND DISEASES of OILSEED RAPE

B - 22 R. Baumeister, F. Florelli, S. Smolikowski,, G. Soubrier [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 495-501]
INCIDENCE ON BEES, HIVES AND THEIR PRODUCTIONS OF AERIAL APPLICATIONS WITH DELTAMETHRIN ON RAPE

B - 23 D.R.C. Bakhetia, B.S. Sekhon, Joginder Singh [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 502-505]
ECONOMIC THRESHOLD OF MUSTARD APHJD, LIPAPHIS ERYSJMI(KALTENBACH)

B - 24 J.P. McCaffrey, B.L. Harmon, X.Z. Ni [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 506-511]
FIELD STUDIES ON THE REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OFTHE CABBAGE SEEDPOD WEEVIL

B - 25 K.A. Pivnick, B.J. Jarvis [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 512-517]
RATE OF RELEASE OF ALLYL ISOTHIOCYANATE BY INTACTAND DAMAGED ORIENTAL MUSTARD PLANTS ANDIMPLICATIONS FOR HOST PLANT LOCATION BY INSECTS 

B - 26 I.H. Williams, K.J. Doughty, C.H. Bock, C.J. Rawlinson [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 518-523]
INCIDENCE OF PESTS AND DISEASES AND EFFECTS OF CROP PROTECTION ON DOUBLE- AND SINGLE-LOW WINTER RAPE CULTIVARS 

B - 27 G.D. Buntin [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 524-527]
DAMAGE POTENTIAL OF INSECTS IN WINTER SOWN CANOLA IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES 

B - 28 G.C.D. Griffiths [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 528-534]
ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF CABBAGE MAGGOT DAMAGE IN CANOLA IN ALBERTA 

Agronomy: Fertility

B - 29 S. Haneklaus, E. Schnug [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 536-541]
EVALUATION OF THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF OILSEED RAPE PLANTS BY LEAF ANALYSIS 

B - 30 E.J. Evans, P.E. Bilsborrow, F.J. Zhao, J.K. Syers [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 542-546]
THE SULPHUR NUTRITION OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE IN NORTHERN BRITAIN

B - 31 A. Krauze, T. Bowszys, D. Dobrzecka, D. Rotkiewicz [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 547-553]
EFFECT OF FOLIAR BORON FERTILIZATION ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF WINTER RAPE

B - 32 J.D. Sykes, R.J. Mailer [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 554-557]
THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF CANOLA

B - 33 H.S. Baddesha, N.S. Pasricha [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 558-566]
INTERACTION EFFECT OF GREEN MANURING AND FERTILIZER-N IN RAPESEED-MUSTARD CROPS

B - 34 E.J. Booth, K.C. Walker, E. Schnug [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 567-572]
THE EFFECT OF SITE, FOLIAR SULPHUR AND NITROGEN APPLICATION ON GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT AND YIELD OF OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus L.)

B - 35 N. Makowski, G. Schroder, R.-R. Schulz, S. Miiller [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp573-577]
ZUR WIRKUNG GETEILTER STICKSTOFFGABEN AUF ERTRAG UND INHALTSSTOFFE DES WINTERRAPSES

Physiology: Yield

B - 36 G. Norton, P.E. Bilsborrow, P.A. Shipway [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp 578-583]
COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF DIVERGENT TYPES OF WINTER RAPESEED 

B - 37 Ph. Lehrmann, J.P. Despeghel, N. Guguin [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp 584-589]
PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS EFFECT ON DOUBLE LOW WINTER RAPESEED VARIETIES

B - 39 R.P. Singh, A.Kumar [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp590-595)
ANALYSIS OF GROWTH AND YIELD OF INDIAN MUSTARD IN RELATION TO PHYTOHORMONES APPLICATION UNDER LATE SOWN 

B- 40 NJ. Mendham, M.S.S. Rao, G.C. Buzza [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp596-600]
THE APETALOUS FLOWER CHARACTER AS A COMPONENT OF A HIGH YIELDING IDEOTYPE 

B - 41 C. Bouttier, D.G. Morgan [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp 601-606)
DETERMINATION OF SEED NUMBER PER POD IN OILSEED RAPE 

B - 42 A. Kullman [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Physiology, pp 607-611)
REACTION OF PODS OF OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus L..)IN RELATION OF RACEME POSITION & NITROGEN SUPPLY

Agronomy: Production Factors

B - 43 I.H. Williams, RJ. Darby, J.E. Leach, C.L. Rawlinson [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp612-616]
AN ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING YIELD OF WINTER OILSEED RAPE 

B - 44 P.M. Porter, G.R. Bathke, D.M. Robinson [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 617-621]
AGRONOMIC PRACTICES FOR CANOLA GROWN IN SOUTH CAROLINA, USA

B - 45 K.A. Mahler, D.L. Auld, B. Shafii, W.J. Price [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 622-627]
EFFECT OF PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF WINTER RAPESEED IN THE USA 

B-46 J.-P. Palleau, E.D. Tittonel [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 628-633]
EFFET D'UN APPORT D'AZOTE A UN STADE REPERE DE LA FLEUR. REPERCUSSIONS SUR LES COMPOSANTES DU RENDEMENT 

B-47 H J. Michel [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 634-639]
FRUCHTFOLGEEINORDNUNG VON RAPS IM INTEGRIERTEN PFLANZENBAU 

B-48 W.H. Schmidt [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 642-647]
CANOLA, OHIO'S NEWEST CROP 

B-50 P.L. Raymer [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 648-652]
SELECTION OF SUITABLE CANOLA CULTIVARS FOR WINTER PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES 

B- 51 M.W. Lancaster, D.L. Auld, M.K. Heikkinen, D.C. Thill [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 653-658]
CULTURAL PRACTICES TO MAXIMIZE SEED YIELD OF TRIAZINE TOLERANT WINTER RAPESEED

B - 52 S.J. Barber, G. Rakow, R.K. Downey [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 659-664]
FIELD EMERGENCE AND YIELD OF CERTIFIED SEED LOTS OF CVS. WESTAR AND TOBIN CANOLA ON THE CANADIAN PRAIRIE 

B-53 A.K.C. Topinka, R.K. Downey, G.F.W. Rakow [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 665-670]
EFFECT OF AGRONOMIC PRACTICES ON THE OVERWINTERING OF WINTER CANOLA IN ALBERTA

B-54 P. Leterme [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 671-676]
MODELISATION DU FONCTIONNEMENT DU COLZA D'HIVER : UTILISATION POUR LA CONDUITE DE LA CULTURE 

B-56 N. Makowski [Ref. : Intern. Rap.Congress,Saskatoon, 1991, Agronomy, pp 677-680]
WINTERRAPSANBAU IM KONTINENTALEN KLIMABEREICH 

Technical Session C : Physiology: Chemical Composition

C - 01 H. Zukalova, J. Vasak  
THE BIOSYNTHESIS AND CONTENTS OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN THE COURSE OF WINTER RAPE (Brassica napus L.)ONTOGENY 3:682

C-02 J.K. Fieldsend, F.E. Murray, RE. Bilsborrow, G.F.J. Milford, E.J. Evans
GLUCOSINOLATE ACCUMULATION DURING SEED DEVELOPMENT IN WINTER SOWN OILSEED RAPE (Brassica napus) 3:689

C03 E.Schnug 
SULPHUR METABOLISM IN OILSEED RAPE PLANTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DOUBLE LOW VARIETIES 3:695

C-04 M. Herrmann
PHYSIOLOGY OF INDOLE GLUCOSINOLATE INCORPORATION IN RAPESEED (Brassica napus L..) 3:701

C - 05 A. Bouchereau, F. Larher
A SURVEY OF PHENOLIC CHOLINE ESTERS IN Brassica AND ALLIED GENERA SEEDS 3:705

C - 06 G. West, G. Norton
CELL-WALL POLYSACCHARIDES OF DEVELOPING RAPESEED 3:711

C - 07 E. Krebbers, P. Rudelsheim, W. De Greef, J. Vandekerkchove
LABORATORY AND FIELD P ERFORMANCE OF TRANSGENIC Brassica PLANTS EXPRESSING CHIMERIC 2S ALBUMIN GENES 3:716

Physiology: Development

C - 08 C. Kjellstrom
GROWTH AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE ROOT SYSTEM IN Brassica napus 3:722

C - 09 S.J. Barber, G. Rakow, R.K. Downey
LABORATORY AND GROWTH ROOM SEED VIGOR TESTING OF CERTIFIED CANOLA SEED 3:727

C -10 B.K. Brar, S.S. Dhillon, K.S. Karmuka
EFFECT OF SEED VERNALIZATION ON TRANSLOCATION RATE IN Brassica napus 3:733

C -11 M.S.S. Rao, P.L. Raymer
VERNALIZATION AND PHOTOPERIOD REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ADAPTABILITY OF RAPESEED TO THE SOUTH EASTERN UNITED STATES 3:738

C - 12 A.M. Johnson-Flanagan, J. Singh
DEGREENING AND ITS INHIBITION BY STRESS IN HAPLOID EMBRYOS OF Brassica napus CV TOPAS AND JET NEUF 3:743

Processing: Primary

C -15 S. Cenkowski, D.S. Jayas, J.K. Daun
POTENTIAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE DRYING FOR REDUCING GREEN SEEDS IN CANOLA 3:749

C -16 S. Sokhansanj, W.G. Lang, F.W. Sosulski
MANAGEMENT SCHEMES FOR CONTROL OF IN-BIN DRYING OF CANOLA 3:755

C - 17 J. Hehn, S. Sokhansanj, J. Irudayaraj
CANOLA AND MUSTARD SEED RECOGNITION USING IMAGE PROCESSING 3:761

C -19 S. Isobe, F. Zuber, K. Uemura, A. Noguchi
OIL EXPRESSION OF RAPESEED WITH TWIN-SCREW EXPELLER 3:767 

C - 20 K. Sosulski, F.W. Sosulski
EFFECT OF ENZYME PRE-TREATMENT OF CANOLA ON YIELD AND QUALITY OF EXPELLER OIL AND MEAL 3:770

C - 21 L.L. Diosady, L.J. Rubin
A NEW APPROACH TO CANOLA PROCESSING 3:776

Processing: Primary/Secondary

C - 22 S.P. Adu-Peasah, L.L. Diosady, L.J. Rubin
A MULTISTAGE HYDROCYCLONE-STIRRED - TANK SYSTEM FOR COUNTERCURRENT EXTRACTION OF CANOLA OIL 3:782 

C - 23 F. Shahidi
EFFECT OF AMMONIATION ON THE QUALITY OF SOLVENT-EXTRACTED RAPESEED PRODUCTS 3:791

C - 24 G.J. Toeneboehn, W.A. Welsh
MODIFIED PHYSICAL REFINING OF CANOLA OIL NOVEL ADSORPTIVE TREATMENT OF CANOLA/RAPESEED OIL WITH SILICA ADSORBENTS 3:797

C - 25 Z.J. Hawrysh, M.K. Erin, C. Lin, R.T. Hardin
FRYING PERFORMANCE OF CANOLA FATS FOR FRENCH FRIED POTATOES 3:803

C - 26 T. Hino, A. Nishioka, S. Yokozeki
AKAMIZU: THE TRADITIONAL RAPESEED OIL PROCESSING IN JAPAN 3:809

C - 27 D.S. Jayas, N.D.G. White
ENGINEERING PROPERTIES AND SPOILAGE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CANOLA MEAL 3:812

C - 28 H. Yoshii, T. Hino
REMOVAL OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN DEFATTED RAPESEED MEAL BY Aspergillus oryzae 3:818

Chemistry: Glucosinolate Analysis

C - 29 C. Bjergegaard, S. Michaelsen, P. Møller, H. Sørensen
HIGH PERFORMANCE CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS : DETERMINATION OF INDIVIDUAL ANIONS, CARBOXYLATES, INTACT- DESULFOGLUCOSINOLATES 3:822

C - 30 R.K. Heaney, G.R. Fenwick
DEVELOPMENT OF A EUROPEAN COMMUNITY METHOD FOR THE ANALYSIS OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN OILSEED RAPE 3:828

C-31 M.Wu, J.Yuan
SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION OF GLUCOSINOLATE COMPONENTS AND STUDY ON THE CHARACTERISTICS OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN CHINESE RAPESEEDS WITH HPLC 3:834

C - 32 E. Schnug, S. Haneklaus
PROGRESS OF THE X-RF METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE TOTAL GLUCOSINOLATE CONTENT IN OILSEED RAPE AND PROCESSED MEAL 3:837

C - 33 D. B. Smith, M.G. Barber
MEASURING GLUCOSINOLATES BY FLOW INJECTION ANALYSIS 3:845

C - 34 X. Wang, D.I. McGregor
APPLICATION OF ENZYME IMMOBILIZATION TO ACHIEVE RAPID LOW COST GLUCOSINOLATES ANALYSIS OF SEED AND MEAL OF CANOLA/RAPESEED 3:850

C - 35 F.K. Liu, Q. F. Liu
AMOUNT OF TOXIC COMPOUND IN RAPESEED MEAL 3:856 

Chemistry: Glucosinolates, Industrial Applications, Flavor

C - 36 L. Brochard, B. Joseph, M.C. Viaud, P. Rollin
NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL GLUCOSINOLATES : NOVEL SYNTHETIC APPROACHES 3:860

C - 37 R. Przybylski
EFFICIENT TRAPPING SYSTEM FOR VOLATILE COMPONENTS EVALUATION IN OILS & FATS 3:861

C - 38 J. Evrard, J.L. Perrin, M.D. Pickard
INFLUENCE DE LA TENEUR EN ACIDE LINOLENIQUE SUR LA ROOM-ODOR DES HUILES DE COLZA 3:867

C-39 N.A.M. Eskin, S. Durance-Tod, L. Malcolmson, R. Przybylski, M. Vaisey-Genser
BLENDING STUDIES OF CANOLA WITH OTHER EDIBLE OILS 3:875

C - 40 R. Zadernowski, H. Nowak, H. Kozlowska
NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS FROM THE RAPESEEDS 3:883

C - 41 R. Przybylski, N.A.M. Eskin
FORMATION OF PHYTOSTEROLS OXIDES IN FRIED OIL PRODUCTS 3:888

C-42 J. Cmolik, J. Pokorny, J. Panek, J. Kanova, J. Velisek, H. Parizkova, M. Holasova, R. Koplik,
EFFECT OF MINOR CONSTITUENTS OF CRUDE RAPESEED OIL ON THE
STABILITY OF REFINED OIL AGAINST THE OXIDATIVE DETERIORATION
3:894

Chemistry : Processing, General Composition

C - 43 A.M. Bones, O.P. Thangstad
PREPARATIVE PURIFICATION OF MYROSINASE FROM Sinapis alba L. - CHARACTERIZATION OF POLYCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST MYROSINASE 3:899

C- 44 S. Michaelsen, K. Mortensen, H. Sørensen
MYROSINASES IN BRASSICA : CHARACTERIZATION PROPERTIES 3:905

C - 45 R. Iori, O. Leoni, L. Lazzeri, M. Visentin, S. Palmieri
DISTRIBUTION OF PROTEASE INHIBITORY ACTIVITY IN SOME RAPESEED GENOTYPES AND OTHER CULTIVATED CRUCIEERS 3:911

C-46 R. Ebermann, M. Werteker, H. Reiner
STUDIES ABOUT PEROXIDASE PATTERNS IN HIGH- AND LOW-GLUCOSINOLATE RAPESEED 3:917

C-47 D.J. Murphy, I. Cummins,. E.W. Edwards, M.J. Hills, M. Li
OLEOSINS - A NEW CLASS OF ABUNDANT SEED PROTEIN IN RAPESEED 3:922

C - 48 G. West, G. Norton
RAPESEED PROTEINASE INHIBITORS 3:928

C - 49 N. Guthrie, R.T. Rymerson, K.K. Carroll
DOLICHOL IN CANOLA 3:934

Economics

C - 50 M.D. Hildebrand, R.D. Downey
IMPACT OF WORLD AGRICULTURAL POLICIES ON CANADIAN EXPORTS OF CANOLA AND CANOLA PRODUCTS 3:939

C - 51 M.R. Bryck, M.D. Pickard
THE JAPAN CUSTOMS OIL TARIFF: IMPLICATIONS FOR TRADE IN CANOLA PRODUCTS 3:945

C - 52 G.G. Storey, D.T. Kowal, K.A. Rosaasen
MARKETING OF RAPESEED IN CANADA UNDER REGULATION.3:953

C - 53 J.B. Magee, D.W. Sippell
WILL WINTER CANOLA BE A CASH CROP IN THE UNITED STATES ? 3:963

C - 54 V.A. Manaloor, G.G. Storey
ECONOMICS OF THE RAPESEED INDUSTRY IN INDIA 3:969 

C - 55 D.L. Add, K.A. Mahler
PRODUCTION OF CANOLA AND RAPESEED IN THE U.S (4:978)

C - 56 J. Krzymanski
ADVANCES IN BREEDING AND CULTIVATION OF WINTER RAPE IN POLAND (4:984)

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