9th International Rapeseed Congress, Cambridge, UK 1995 Vol 3 & 4

Technical Session G Breeding and Biotechnology: Genetics and Methods

G-l Efficiency of early generation sélection in spring canola (Brassica napus L.)
Brown, J., Erickson, D., Davis, J.B. and Brown, A.P.
G-2 Biometrical studies on characters associated with yield in oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
Arthur, A.E., Ford, M.A.
G-3 Effectiveness of selection for higher oil and protein contents using NIR analysis of sead from single plants
Wratten, N., Mailer, RJ., Australia
G-4 Genotype-environment interactions of the yield components in Brassica napus L.
Bing, D., Stringam. G.R.
G-5 Breeding for physiological attributes in Indian mustard 
Yadava, T.P., Kumar, P. Thakral, S.K., India
G-6 Multi-trait selection during later generation in Indian mustard (B. juncea (L.) Czern & Coss)
Singh, N.K., Aruna, K. and Chauhan, Y.S., India
G-7 Recurrent selection by using dominant male sterility in Brassica napus L. 
Zhou, Y, Wu, J., Han, J., PR China
G-8 Gametosomatic hybridisation within the Brassiceae for the production of alien addition and substitution lines of Brassica napus 
Wiegand, A., Craig, W., Power, J.B., Davey, M.R., O'Neill, C.M.,Mathias, RJ.
 G-9 Identification of parents for hybridisation through combining ability analysis in toria (Brassica campestris var toria) 
Singh, B., Sachan, J.N., Pant, D.P. , India
G-10 Inheritance of glucosinolates in oilseed rape
Lethenborg, P., U, P.W., Sorensen, H, Hill, J., Stolen, O., Rahman, M.H., Poulsen, M.H. , Denmark
G-11 Glucosinolate biosynthesis in oilseed rape - recent progress in biochemistry and molecular biology
Wallsgrove, R., Bennett, R., Kiddle, G.
 G-12 The genetic control of petalless flowers and upright pods
Kelly, A., Fray, M., Arthur, A.E., Lydiate, D.J., Evans, E.
G-13 Morphological mutants in Ethiopian Mustard. Isozyme and biochemical characterization 
De Haro, A., Velasco, L, Fernandez-Martinez, J.M.,Del Rio, M. , Spain
G-14 Inheritance of some mutated traits in Brassica napus L. 
Luczkiewicz, T., Poland
G-15 Early flowering induced mutation in Brassica napus cv Westar
Landge, S. P., Khalatkar, AS.
G-16 Studies on the character of multiple siliquae in Brassica napus L. 
Jiangsheng Wu, Houli Liu, Shuwen Shi, Zhengbing Shu, PR China
G-17 Studies of graft transfer of heritable traits in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) and mustard (B. juncea L. Czern and Coss) 
Guan, C.Y., Stringam, G.R.
G-18 The use of crop Brassicas in phytoextraction: A subset of phytoremediation to remove toxic metals from soils 
Nanda Kumar, P.B.A., Dushenkov, V., Ensley, B.D., Raskin, I.
G-19 Freeze stress induced changes in gene expression, hormone and chlorophyll levels in relation to accelerated desiccation of Brassica napus seed 
Singh, S., Green, B.R., Babic, I., Bladen, C.
G-20 The production and development of transgenic plants.
Dale, P.J., Invin, J.
G-21 The introduction of the maize transposable éléments Ac/Ds into Brassica napus 
McKenzie, N., Dale, P.J.
G-22 Transgene stability - Inheritance and expression in Brassica napus
Jones, C.S., Owen, N.E., Dale. P.J.
G-23 Effects of an antisense cruciferin gene on seed storage protein in transgenic Brassica napus seeds 
Kohno-Murase, J., Murase, M., lchikawa, H., Imamura, J.
G-24 Selectable marker free transgenic rapeseed using cotransformation and segregation
Bade, J., Damm, B.
 G-25 A flexible binary transactivation system for the expression of 'quality' genes in crop plants
May, S.T., Ramsay, N.A., Bennett, M.J.
G-26 Field testing against four fungal pathogens of transgenic Brassica napus plants constitutively expressing a chitinase gene
Grezes-Besset, B., Grison, R., Villeger, M.J., Nicolas, C., Toppan, A.
G-27 Impact of pest-insect resistant oilseed rape on honeybees
Grallien, E., Marilleau, R., Pham-Delegue, M.H., Picard-Nizou, A.L., Jouanin, L., Zacomer, B., Marion-Poll, F.
G-28 Transformation of cioned and partially modifïed coat protein and replicase sequences of beet western yellows virus (BWYV) into Nicotiana benthamiana and Brassica napus
Laucke, G., Maiss, E., Schiemann, J.
G-30 REVIEW: Genetics and methods - microspore culture
Gland-Zwerger, A.
G-31 Field evaluation of Brassica rapa doubled haploids
Dewan, D.B., Downey, R.K., Rakow, G.
G-32 Culture conditions affecting induction and regeneration isolated microspore cultures of different Brassica species
Gland-Zwerger, A.
G-33 In vitro development of microspore and production of embryos from isolated microspores in oil seed rape (Brassica napus L. spp. oleifera)
Jang, Y.S., Chung, D.H., Min, C.S.
G-34 Inheritance of alkenyl glucosinolates in traditional and microspore-derived doubled haploid populations of Brassica juncea, L. Czern and Coss
Stringam, G.R., Thiagarajah, M.R.
G-35 Development of methodology and applications of doubled haploids in Brassica rapa
Ferrie, A., Relier, W.A.
G-36 Nitrogen assimilation in microspore-derived embryos of Brassica napus L.
Ohkawa, Y, Fukuoka, H., Ogawa, T.
G-37 The influence of genotype and donor plant on the nitrogen efficiency of Dh lines of winter rape
Gerath, H.H., Balko, C.
G-38 Transformation of freshly isolated Brassica microspores and regeneration to fertile homozygous plants
Dormann, M., Wang, KM., Dallas, N., Ferrie, A.M.R., Relier, W.A., Oelck, N.
G-39 Early selection for fatty acid composition in microspore-derived embryoids of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
Möllers, C., Albrecht, S.
G-41 Production of haploids in CMS plants and their use for the molecular analysis of maie sterility in rapeseed (B. napus L.)
Sodhi, Y.S., Stiewe, G., Milliers, C.
G-42 Expression and isolation of LEA gene in desiccation-tolerant microspore-derived embryos in Brassica napus L. and Brassica campestris L
Wakui, R., Takahata, Y., Kaizuma, N.
G-43 Microspore Culture of Interspecific Hybrids in Brassica
Zhou, Y. and Scarth, R.
G-44 Catalogue of oilseed rape cultivars
Sernyk, J.L.

Technical Session H Human Nutrition and Chemistry

 H-l Chemical properties of rapeseed oil
Grifflth, R.E., Rossell, J.B.
H-2 Fatty acid profile of canola oil vs. other oils and fats from the North American market
Marianchuk, M., Kolodziejczyk, P., Riley, W.W.
H-3 Biological effects, in premature infants, of alpha-linolenic acid-enriched milk formulas (rapeseed oil): a multicentric study
Babin, F., Billeaud, Cl, Sarda, P., Bougie, D., Descomps, B., Entressangles, B., Nouvelot, A., Mendy, F., Crastes de Paulet, A.
H-4 Rapeseed oil as a source of the essential linoleic and alpha-linolenic acids
Seppänen-Laakso, T., Laakso, I., Vanhanen, H., Viikari, J.
H-5 Assessment of the nutritional properties of low-linolenic (LL) canola oil with human subjects
Mc Donald, B.E., Bruce, V.M., Murthy, V.G., Latta, M.
H-6 Physiological effects of low erucic acid rapeseed oil. Review of Helsinki rapeseed oil studies
Valsta, L., Mutanen, M., Jauhiainen, M., Salminen, I., Alfihan, G., Aro, A.
H-7 Mediterranean alpha-linolenic acid-rich diet (rapeseed oil) in secondary prevention of coronary heart disease
Renaud, S., de Lorgeril, M., Mamelle, N., Delaye, J.
H-8 Effect of dietary fats rich in 12:0, 14:0, 16:0, 18:1 and 18:2 on plasma, hepatic and biliary lipids in cholesterol-fed hamsters
Trautwein, A., Kunath-Rau, A., Dietrich, J., Drusch, S., Erbersdobler, H.F.
H-9 Digestibility test of protein body fraction from rapeseed
Tadokoro, T., Kubo, K., Yamada, K., Maekawa, A., Ota, T., Kawata, T., Han, Y., Okada, H.
H-10 Use of NIR spectroscopy to determine quality factors in harvest surveys of canola
Daun, J.K., Williams, P.C.
H-11 The applicability of NIRs for estimating multiple seed quality components in Ethiopian mustard
Velasco, L., Fernandez-Martinez, J-M., De Haro, A ,. Del Rio, M.,
H-12 How the cultural technics influence the rapeseed seeds composition and the quality of the rapeseed meals
Ribaillier, D., Delorme, S., Bureau, J.
H-13 Natural antioxidants from canola meal
Shahidi, F., Warrasundara, U.N., Amarowicz, R.,Naczk, M.
H-14 Marked antioxidative activity developed in roasted rapeseed oil
Hino, T., Namiki, M., Koizumi, Y., Fukuda, Y.
H-15 Density gradient isolation and fractionation of haze-causing solids of canola oil
Gao, Z. Ackman, R. G.
H-16 Protein precipitation capacity of canola tannins
Naczk, M., Oickle, D., Shahidi, F.
H-17 Investigations on phytic acid and its degradation products in rapeseed and rapeseed meal
Matthaus, B., Losing, R., Fiebig, H-J.
H-18 Determination of fatty acid distribution in sn-2 position of triacylglycerols
Seppänen-Laakso, T., Laakso, I., Suomalainen, M., Hiltunen, R., Tulisalo, U.
H-19 Determination of trans isomers in hardened rapeseed oil
Kosmacinska, B., Walisiewicz-Niedbalska, W.
H-20 Molecular origin, phase transition and formation mechanism of sediment in refined canola oil
Lui, H., Przybylski, R., Eskin, N., Biliaderis, C.
H-21 Examination of sediments from canola and sunflower oils
Przybylski, R., Dawson, K., Uu. H., Eskin, N. and Biliaderis, C.
H-22 Dimers of methyl esters of rapeseed oil fatty acids
Chmielarz, B., Klukowska-Majewska, Z.
H-23 Analytical problems in control the course of unsaturated fatty acids esters metathesis reaction
Klukowska-Majewska, Z., Kosmacinska, B., Walisiewicz-Niedbalska, W.
H-24 Metathesis of multiunsaturated fatty acids methyl esters
Walisiewicz-Niedbalska, W., Kosmacinska, B.
H-25 Influence of the hydro-thermal treatment of rapeseed on their processing and on oil aad meal quality
Katzer, A., Minkowski, K.
H-26 Quantitative analysis of glucosinolates in seeds of oilseed rape effect of sample preparation on analytical results
Michalski, K., Kolodziej, K., Krzymanski, J.
H-27 Standardization of glucosinolate content in seed of double low oilseed rape cultivars-problem of indolyl glucosinolates
Krzymanski, J.
H-28 Separation of intact glucosinolates by HPLC and study on the characteristics of glucosinolates in Indian mustard
Kaushik, N., Singh, N.K., Agnihotri, Abha
H-29 Analyse par chromatographie en phase liquide des glucosinolates dans les crucifères adventices du colza en France
Quinsac, A., Cahours, X., Krouti, M., Perny, A.,Ribaillier, D.
H-30 The qualitative composition of glucosinolates in the seeds of different winter rapesead cultivars
Musnicki, Cz., Mroczyk, W., Potkanski, A.
H-31 Simultaneous determination of glucosinolates and their breakdown products by means of HPLC
Rudolph, B.
H-32 Urinary mercapturic acids as markers for the estimation of isothiocyanate release from parent glucosinolates in the digestive tract of rats.
Duncan, A., Rabot, S.,Nugon-Baudon, L.
H-33 Préparation d'oxazolidinethiones optiquement actives
Gardrat, C, de Jeso, fi., Fortis, F., Brugerre, X.
H-34 Purification and characterization of UDP-glucose : sinapic acid glucosyltransferase from Brassica napus seedlings
Wang, S.X., Vogt, T. and Ellis, B.
H-35 Purification and some molecular properties of a serine proteinase inhibitor from Brassica carinata seed
Iori, R., Bernardi, R., Palmieri, S., Ceciliani, F.
H-36 Lipolytic activity of Polish rapeseed varieties
Grabska, J., Jedrychowski, L.
H-37 Effect of moisture and damage on activity of lipolytic enzymes in stored rapeseeds
Grabska, J., Jedrychowski, L., Piskula, M.
H-38 Analysis of the myrosinase enzyme System in double haploids and resynthesized Brassica napus
Beisvag, V., Davik, J., Bones, A.M.
H-39 Effect of cotyledon wounding on the myrosinase enzyme System in Sinapis alba seedlings
Visvalingam, S. Gauteplass, T., Bones, A.M.
H-40 Effects of sulphate and micronutrients on the myrosinase enzyme System. I. Enzyme activities and activation by ascorbic acid
Gauteplass, T. Visvalingam, S., Bones, A.M.
H-41 Effects of sulphate and micronutrients on the myrosinase enzyme System. II. Expression of spécifie myrosinase polypeptides
Visvalingam, S., Gauteplass, T., Bones, A.M.
H-42 Influence of the sugar structure on myrosinase activity demonstrated by using native and synthetic glucotropaeolins
Streicher, H., Thiem, J., Rollin, P. and Iori, R.

Technical Session I

Crop Protection, Pests, Diseases and Weeds : Forecasting and Chemical Control 

I-l The response of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) seedlings to Peronospora parasitica and Alternaria brassicae following treatment with salicylic acid or methyl jasmonate
Doughty, K.J., Bennett, R.N., Nashaat, N.I., Schrijvers, S., Kiddle, G., Pye, B.J., Mitchell, S.E., Watlsgrove, RM.
I-2 Development of transgenic oilseed rape résistant to oxynil herbicides.
Freyssinet, M., Creange, P., Renard, M., McVetty, P., Derose, R.,Freyssinet G.
I-3 Effect of slow-release seed treatments for control of root maggots, Delia radicum (L.) and D. floralis (Fallen) in canola in Alberta.
Griffiths, G.C.D.
I-4 Sclerotinia du colza: éléments de biologie et application à l'étude de la lutte fongicide en conditions contrôlées.
Pères, A., Deverchere, J.,Hattais, K.
I-5 Effects of pesticide and fertilizer input réduction on plant diseases and yield in oilseed rape
Garbe, V.
I-6 Timing of epidemies of fungal diseases in relation to yield loss in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). 
McCartney, H.A., Dougfuy, K.J.,Lacey, M.E.
I-7 Development of an immunological approach to monitor airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens of oilseed rape. 
Schmechel, D., McCartney, H.A., Magan, N.
I-8 Studies on decision models of the control of blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)
Thurwachter, F., Garbe, V, Hoppe, H. H.
I-9 Protection fongicide contre le phoma du colza 
Penaud, A.
I-10 The effects of cultivar resistance and fungicides on the yield of oilseed rape infected with light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae)
Walker, K., Thomas, J.H.E., Kightley, S.P.

I-11 Forecasting development of light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae) epidemics on winter oilseed rape.
Gladders, P., Fitt, B.D.L., Welham, S.

I-12 Effect of different epidemics of Pyrenopeziza brassicae on yield loss in winter oilseed rape.
Sutherland, K.G., Wale, S.,Sansford, C.

I-13 Oilseed rape: an aid to Sclerotinia risk forecasting.
Sansford, CE.

I-14 Petal culturing to forecast Sclerotinia in winter oilseed rape.
Davies, J.M.L.

I-15 Four years' experience in western Canada with commercial petal testing to forecast Sclerotinia
Morrall, R.A.A. and Thomson, J.R.

I-16 Verticillium dahliae du colza: mise au point d'une méthode de contamination semi-naturelle en conditions contrôlées et étude de la protection fongicide
Pères, A.

I-17 Prospects for a decision support system for pests of oilseed rape in the UK.
Lane, A., Walters, K.F.A.

I-18 Biological activity of glucosinolates isolated from rape (Brassica napus L.) to some pests
Waligora, D., Krzymanska, J.

I-19 The potential role of semiochemicals in the management of oilseed rape pests
Evans, K.A.

I-20 Responses of Brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae) and its parasitoid {Platygaster sp.) to isothiocyanates.
Murchie, A.K., Williams, I.H., Smart, LE.

I-21 Oilseed rape volatiles cueing host-plant recognition by the seed weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis: chemical, electrophysiological and behavioural studies.
Blight, M.M., Hick, A.J., Pickett, J.A., Smart, LE., Wadhams, LJ., Woodcock, CM.

I-22 Control of the cabbage seed pod weevil (Ceutorhynchus assimilis Payk.) and of the Brassica pod midge (Dasineura brassicae Winn.): cage experiments in rape fields.
Ballanger, Y., Toustou, E., Daguin, E.

I-23 Development of the action threshold for cabbage aphid in oilseed rape.
Eltis, S.A., Raw, K., Oakley, J.N., Parker, W.E., Lane, A.

I-24 Response of pollen beetles, Meligethes spp., to volatiles from Brassica napus.
Smart, LE., Blight, M. M., Ryan, J.

I-25 Recognition of oilseed rape volatiles by pollen beetles, Meligethes spp.: electrophysiological and chemical studies.
Blight, M.M., Pickett, J.A., Ryan, J., Wadhams, LJ., Woodcock, CM.

I-26 Katamaran - a new herbicide for oilseed rape.
Lainsbury, M.A. and Cornford, P.A.

I-27 Understanding the competitive effects of common chickweed (Stellaria media) on the growth and yield of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
Lutman, P.J.W., Bowerman, P., Palmer, CM., Whytock, G.P.

I-28 The effect of water stress and light conditions on the induction of secondary dormancy in seed of Brassica napus L.
Pekrun, C., Lopez-Granados, F.

Technical Session J

Breeding and Biotechnology: Brassica Genomic Variation and Exploitation

J-l REVIEW: Brassica diversity and wide hybridisation
Quiros, CF.

J-2 Hypothetical model for Brassica genome structure and evolution
Quiros, CF. 

J-3 The development of turnip-type and oilseed-type Brassica rapa crops front the wild-type in Europe - an overview of botanical, historical and linguistic facts.
Reiner, H., Holzner, W. Ebermann, R.

J-4 Molecular relationships in tribe Brassiceae (Brassica and its wild allies) 
Warwick, S.I., Black, L.D.

J-5 Systematic implications of isozyme number variation in tribe Brassiceae (Cruciferae) 
Anderson, J.K., Warwick, S.I.

J-6 Revelation of the origin of B.campestris and B.juncea in China. Based on the geographical frequency distribution of erucic acid gene polymorphism 
Han-Zhong Wang, Xiu-Zhen Qian, Xin-Yon Wu

J-7 Studies on classified status of Xinjiang wild rapeseed and the origin and evolution of Brassica juncea 
Zhaomu, W.

J-9 Studies on cytogenetics of Xinjiang Wild Rape. IV. Analysis of gross morphology of chromosomes 
Li, S., Guan, C.

J-11 Cytogenetical and ultrastructural studies on intergeneric hybrids between Brassica napus and Orychophragmus violaceus and their derivatives. I. Cytogenetical studies 
Li Zaiyun, Liu Houli, Fu Lixia, Qu Bo

J-12 Cytogenetical and ultrastructural studies on intergeneric hybrids between Brassica napus and Orychophragmus violaceus and their dérivates. II. Ultrastructural studies 
Fu Lixia, Qu Bo, Li Zaiyun, Liu Houli

J-13 Morpho-cytogenetics of Brassica juncea x Moricandia arvensis sexual hybrids 
Bijral, J.S., Sharma, T.R., Kanwal. K.S.

J-14 Somatic hybridisation of Brassica napus and the C3--C4 intermediate species Moricandia arvensis. 
Murata, T., O'Neill, CM., Mathias, R.J. 

J-15 Seed glucosinolate composition of plants derived from interspecific crosses of Brassica carinata and B. juncea - B. napus 
Getinet, A., Rakow, G., Raney, J.P.

J-16 New cross combination in Cruciferae 
Kumar, C.

J-17 Hybrids identification in the genus Brassica
Barcikowska, B., Kachlicki, P., Kalasa-Janowska, M., Mackowiak, M., E Zwierzykowska

J-18 Evaluation of different genome fragmentation methods in somatic hybrid production
Forsberg, J., Glimelius, K.

J-19 Somatic fusions for the transfer of agronomically important traits into Arabidopsis thaliana from Brassica spp.
O'Neill, C.M.,Mathias, R.J.

J-20 Understanding the events leading to secondary polyploidization in Brassica using an Arabidopsis gene complex
Sadowski, J., Quiros, CF., Gaubier, P.,Delseny, M.

J-21 Karyotyping Brassicas: récognition of individual Brassica chromosomes using a computer-based image analysis System.
Ohmido, N., Kawakami, K., Fukui, K., Nakayama, S., O'Neill, CM., Kamisugi,Y., Mathias, R.J.

J-22 Characterisation of Brassica napus chromosomes
Kamisugi, Y., O'Neill, C.M., Mathias, R.J., Fukui, K.

J-23 REVIEW: Collinearity and homoeologous recombination between the A and C genomes of Brassica napus
Lydiate, D.J., Sharpe, A.G., Parkin, I.,Lagercrantz, U.

J-24 Evidence of intergenomic B.genome translocation in B.napus using molecular markers
Struss, D., Plieske, J., Quiros, CF.

J-25 Interspecific hybridization and seed coat quality
Meng, J.

J-27 Characteristics of glucosinolates and amino acid in yellow-seeded rapeseed (Brassica napus and B.campestris L.)
Jixiang Han, Jia Li, Yongming Zhou, Moucheng Wu and Houli Liu

J-28 A successful transfer of yellow-seeded trait from Brassica carinata to B. napus
Qi Cun-Kou, Fu Shou-Zhong, Pu Hui-Ming, Zhong Yu-Quan

J-29 Agronomic performance and seed quality of black seeded cultivars and two sources of yellow seeded lines of Brassica napus
Rashid, A., Rakow, G.,Downey, R.W.

J-30 Seed quality improvements in yellow seeded Brassica napus
Rashid, A. and Rakow, G.

J-31 REVIEW: Development of four valved yellow seeded rapeseed
Bechyné, M.

J-32/1 Utilization of interspecific hybridization and mutagenesis for the development of yellow-seeded spring rapeseed
Bochkaryova, Gorlov

J-32/2 A new Brassica napus genotype with superior yellow seed colour and very low alkenyl glucosinolate content
Raney, P. and Rakow, G.

J-33 DNA marker technology and chromosome mapping
Sernyk, L.

J-35 Analysis of nuclear DNA in somatic Brassica napus (+) B. nigra hybrids by quantification of chemiluminescent DNA probes
Nielen, S., Gerdemann-Knörck, M., Schieder, O.

J-36 Use of DNA marker technology in oilseed rape breeding
Chyi, Y. S., Sernyk, J.L.

J-37 Application of genetic markers to canola (Brassica napus) varietal identification and improved quality
Mailer, R.J., Wratten, N.

J-38 The use of DNA profiling for the identification of cultivars of oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
Lee, D., Reeves, J.C., Cooke, R.J.

J-39 Distribution of amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) DNA markers in the Brassica napus genome
Chyi, Y.

J-40 Improving cold tolerance of spring canola
Raymer, P.L., Lindstrom, O.M., McMillin, D.E.

J-41 Genetic improvement of oilseed rape for reduced susceptibility to pod shatter
Williams, D., Huttly. A.K., Child, R.D.

J-42 Estimation of the genetic distance of 21 winter rapeseed by RAPD-analyses in comparison to RFLP-results
Förster, J., Knaak, C.

J-43 Interspecific application of STMS (séquence tagged microsatelite site) betweea Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus
Barret, P., Chèvre, A.M., Delourme, R., Brunel, D.

J-45 Construction of an RFLP linkage map of Brassica napus and mapping of QTLs controlling seed glucosinolate content
Ecke, W., Uzunova, M., Weissleder, K. and Rôbbelen, G.

J-46 RFLP mapping of loci which regulate total and individual aliphatic glucosinolates in rapeseed
Mithen, R., Toroser, D., Thornmann, C., Osborn, T.

J-48 Mapping of the erucic acid genes in Brassica napus and their correspondence to QTLs for seed oil content
Uzunova, M., Ecke, W., Weissleder, K. and Rôbbelen, G.

J-49 Localization of agronomic traits on a B. napus map
Foisset, N., Delourme, R., Barret, P., Renard, M., Hubert, N., Landry, B.

Technical Session K

Crop Protection : Pests and Diseases - Cultural Control

K-l Effects of planting date of mustard (Brassica juncea) on the white rust disease incidence in Rajasthan (India). 
Shivpuri, A., Chippa, H.P.

K-2 Development of novel rapeseed varieties (Brassica napus) résistant against beet cyst nematodes (Heterodera schachtiï). 
Theirfelder, A., Friedt, W.

K-3 Stem rot (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) tolerance and disease avoidance in CMS lines of Brassica napus 
Hu, B.C., Chen, F.X., Li, Q.S.,Li, C.

K-4 Evaluation of intergeneric crosses of Sinapis alba and Brassica spp. for resistance to the cabbage seedpod weevil, Ceutorhynchus assimilis paykull 

McCaffrey, J.P., Harmon, B.L., Brown, J., Brown, A.P.

K-5 Establishment of a chromosomic map and blackleg resistance analyses from Brassica napus - Brassica nigra addition and recombinant lines 

Chèvre, A.M., Eber, F., This, P., Barret, P., Brun, H., Tanguy, X., Renard, M

K-6 Modifying the leaf glucosinolates in oilseed rape and its effects upon pest and pathogen interactions

Giamoustaris, A., Mithen, R.

K-7 Antibacterial and antifungal activity of rapeseed glucosinolates
Makulec, I.G., Marczak, E., Lipkowski, A.W., Baranowska, B.

K-8 Biofumigation using Brassica species to control pests and diseases in Australian agriculture and horticulture
Kirkegaard, J., Matthiessen, J.N., Desmarchelier, J.M.

K-9 The effect of agronomical practices on the healthiness of winter oilseed rape.
Sadowski, Cz., TXelinski, D., Klepin, J.

K-10 The health status of winter rape cultivated for many years with monoculture and crop rotation
Sadowski, Cz., TXelinski, D., Klepin, J., Zawislak, K.

K-l1 Evaluation of disease résistance in UK performance trials of oilseed rape
Thomas, J.E. and Wright, I.R.

K-12 Epidemiology and management of important diseases of oilseed Brassicas in India.
Kolte, S.J., Awasthi, R.P., Vishwanath

K-13 Asymmetric somatic hybrids Sinapis alba (+) Brassica napus.
Plumper, B., Sacristan, M.D.

K-14 Investigations on natural disease résistance of six oilseed rape cultivars for minimizing application of fungicide in integrated production from 1992/1993.
Klodt-Bussmann, E., Paul, V.H.

K-15 The interaction between Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Kerssler and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
Coldwell, M.A.H., Mercer, P.C., Bennett, R.N.,Doughty, K.J.

K-16 Variation in virulence of aggressive isolates of Leptosphaeria maculans based on cotyledon reactions on an extended differential set.
Kuswinanti, T., Sock, J., Hoppe, H.H.

K-17 Tetrad analysis of Leptosphaeria maculans interaction with Brassica napus cultivars
Ansan-Melayah, D., Rouxel, T., Balesdent, M.H.

K-18 Variability of Leptosphaeria maculans towards Brassica juncea resistance introduced into Brassica napus.
Sonda, I., Brun, H., Chèvre, A.M., Renard, M.

K-19 Characterization of Leptosphaeria maculans populations in relation to Brassica nigra resistance to blackleg.
Brun, H., Chèvre, A.M., Somda, I., Renard, M.

K-20 Selection techniques for blackleg resistance in canola.
Ballinger, D., Salisbury. P.A.

K-21 Disease-resistant Brassica plants obtained by somatic hybridization.
Gerdemann-Knorck, M., Stenschke, C, Penckert, M. and Schieder, O.

K-22 Comparison of cotyledon and adult plant assays and selection of blackleg resistant lines of oilseed rape using doubled haploid progeny.
Gugel, R.K., Seguin-Swartz, G.,Rakow, G.F.W.

K-23 The susceptibility to Phoma lingam (Tode ex Fr.) Desm. of oilseed rape cultivars tested in Poland.
Karolewski, Z.

K-24 The influence of foliar glucosinolates in varietal resistance to light leaf spot (Pyrenopeziza brassicae).
Booth, E.J., Walker, K.C., Taylor, B.R., Grifflths, D.W.

K-25 First results in the development of a biological control agent against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, the disease causing agent of stem rot in oilseed rape
Luth, P., Eiben, V.

K-26 Transgenic crops expressing oxalate oxidase as a way to increase resistance to oxalate-producing pathogens
Freyssinet, M., Dumas, B., Sailland, A., Pépin, R., Freyssinet, G., Pollen, K.

K-21 Studies on partial resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in oilseed rape
Mullins, E., Quinlan, C., Jones, P.

K-28 Inheritance of two novel factors for resistance to downy mildew (Peronospora parasitica) identified in oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp. oleifera)
Nashaat, N.I., Mitchell, S.E., Awasthi, R.P.

K-29 Rhizobacteria of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L. var oleifera Metzger) and their antifungal activities against Verticillium dahliae var. longisporum Stark.
Berg, G.

K-30 Stenotrophomonas maltophilia - rhizobacterium of oilseed rape and antagonist of Verticillium dahliae Kleb.
Marten, P., Berg, G., Ballin, G.

K-31 Selection for reaction to Verticillium dahliae in rapeseed (Brassica napus) by the use of immunological techniques 

Kontowski, S., Horn, R., Friedt, W.

K-32 Genetics of resistance to white rust (Albugo candida race 2) in mustard (Brassica juncea L.) Czern & Coss.) 

Sachan, J.N., Kolte, S.J., Singh, B.

K-33 Identification of RAPD-markers for clubroot resistance genes in Brassica napus

Diederichsen, E., Wagenblatt, B., Schallehn, V., Wasserfall, A., Deppe, U., Sacristan, M.D.

K-34 Field experiments to assess the status and importance of Trichomalus perfectus, a parasitoid of seed weevil on winter oilseed rape in the UK.

Alford, D.V., Emmett, B.J., Green, M.R., Murchie, A.K., Williams, I.H., Raw, K.A., Walters, K.F.A.

K-35 Biology and impact of Microctonus melanopus, a parasite of Ceutorhynchus assimilis Paykull in Northern Idaho (USA). 

Harmon, B.L., McCaffrey, J.P.

K-36 The effect of plant density on root maggot (Delia spp.) (Dipthera: anthomyiidae) infestations in canola 

Dosdall, L.M., Herbut, M.J., Cowle, N.T., Micklich, T.M.

K-37 Role of biocontrol agents in the management of mustard aphid Lipaphis erysimi (Kalt.) 

Singh, H., Gahlawat, D.S. Rohilla, H.R.

K-38 Effect of rapeseed-mustard varieties on the ecology of mustard aphid and its biocontrol agents. 

Singh, H., Rohilla, H.R.

K-39 Organic farming of rapeseed in Finland: ecological basis and first experiences. 

Hokkanen, H.M. T., Piirainen, A.K.

K-40 New sources of resistance in cruciferous crops against the root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognito and M. hapla. 

Bunte, R., Friedt, W.

K-41 Ground beetles (Carabidae) on winter rape crops with different plant protection, rotation and soil characteristics.
Palosz, T.

 Technical Session L

Industrial Uses and Potential Development in Rapeseed 

 L-l REVIEW: Potential developments and market size limitations for new oilseed rape opportunities. 

Carruthers, S.P.

L-2 Designer oilseed rape - biotechnological possibilities and commercial realities 

Murphy, D.J.

L-3 Release of genetically modifted rapeseed : so what? 

Messean Antoine

L-4 Development and present status of biodiesel production and projects in Europe and North America 

Korbitz, W., Uittelbach, M.

L-5 Varieties of rapeseed oil and derived products for use in fuels and lubricants 

Harold, S, Lai, K., Lawate, S.

L-6 Hot water degummed rapeseed oil as a fuel for diesel engines 

McDonnell, K.P.

L-7 Oilseed rape in the European Union: Economic changes at the farm level since 1993

Askew, M.F.

L-8 Environmental effects on end use quality in specialty Brassicas

Salisbury, P.A., Ballinger, D.J., Robson D.J., Castleman, G. Bluett, G, Murray, L., Semmel, F.

L-9 The status of biodiesel in the UK

Green, C. G., Romans, M.

L-10 Hydrocracking of crude rapeseed oil directly to gasoline 

Svajgl, O., Schwarz, W., Volhejn, E.

L-l 1 Opportunities and problems of marketing rapeseed oil 

Booth, E.J., Walker, K.C., Green. G

L-12 A comparison of the energy balance of rape methyl ester and bioethanol

Batchelor, S.E., Booth, E.J., Walker, K.C.

L-13 The strategy of rape seed cultivation and processing into edible oil and concentrated fodder in Lithuania. 

Janulis, P. P.

L-l4 Winter HEAR volunteer study in East Anglia 1993/94 

Ramans, M.

L-15 A survey of management practices and the rotational position of high erucic acid rape (HEAR) 

Smith, J.M., Froment, M.

L-16 Influence of double zero rapeseed oil refining process on its oxidative stability 

Platek, T., Katzer, A., Jerzewska, M.

L-17 Effectiveness of various bleaching earths in the rapeseed oil decolourising process

Jerzewska, M., Platek, T., Katzer, A.

L-18 New results of the oil recovery by ethanolic extraction 

Lengenfeld, P., Pudel, F., Richter, M., Johansson B.

L-19 Formation conditions for geometrical isomers of fatty acids during the deordorisation process 

Pudel F., Denecke, P.

L-20 Technological factors affecting protein value of rapeseed meal

Nystrom, R., Tulisalo, U., Pastuszewska, B., Buraczewska L.

L-21 Interesterification of rapeseed oil for margarine bases preparation 

Ptasznik, S.

L-22 PPM - The new scientific centre of oil processing 

Pudel, F.

L-23 Marketing industrial products derived from oilseed crops and land use projections to 2015. 

Knight, B.E.A.

L-24 The development of oilseed rape in countries with GCIRC members. 

Askew, Melvyn

L-25 Quality and stability of snacks fried in canola and other oils 

Hawrysh, Z.J., Erin, M.K., Kim, S.S., Lin C.Y.

L-26 Pricing to the market : product differentiation in vegetable oils 

Menzler-Hokkanen, I.

L-27 Industrial drying of rapeseeds vs oil extractivity 

Fornal, J., Sadowska, J. , Ostaszyk, A.

L-28 Physical properties of rapeseed press-cake from farm oil plant 

Fornal, J., Sadowska, J., Bielecka, M., Ostaszyk, A.

L-29 Transfer of pollen between single and double low oilseed rape crops 

Bilsborrow, P.E., Evans, E.J., Bland B.F,

L-30 Field studies on clinical and pathological changes caused by double low oilseed rape varieties in a wild roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) population in Switzerland. 

Haeberli, R., Wahli, T., Meier, W., Schnug, E., Haneklaus, S.

L-31 Non-alimentary rapeseed oil upgrading: Pyrolysis of rapeseed oil methyl esters. 

Dominguez, V., Billaud, F.

L-32 The interaction between rape (Brassica napus) and wiidlife as exemplified by roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) 

Macfarlane Smith, W.H., Boag, B., Grifflths, D. W., Sibbald, A.M., Reynolds, J.C.

L-33 Factors associated with possible links between oilseed rape (Brassica napus) and allergy in Man

Macfarlane Smith, W.H., Butcher, R.D., Robertson, G.W., Griffiths, D.W., Parrott, D.

L-34 Stability and uniformity of genetically manipulated oilseed rape

Blackemore, E.J.A., Freeman, S., Turner, E., Reeves. J.C., Cooke, R.J.

L-35 Registration, safety, assessment and agronomie performance of transgenic canola cv "Innovator" in Canada

Oelck, M.M., MacDonald, R., Belyk, M., Ripley, V., Weston, B., Bennett, C, Dormann, M., Eckes, P., Schutz, A., Schneider, R., Gadsby, M.

L-36 Spontaneous outcrossing of transgenic rapeseed to a weedy species: Effect of rapeseed genetic background 

Baranger, A., Chèvre, A.M., Eber, F.,Renard, M.

L-37 Environmental safety evaluation of oil-modified Brassica napus rapeseed 

Mitten, D., Sovero, M., Hill, C, Redenbaugh, K., Lindemann, J.

L-38 Emission of N20 from oilseed rape fields.

Kohrs, K., Kücke, M., Kaiser, E.-A., Heinemeyer, O., Munch, C., Schnug, E.

L-39 Emissions of VOC, especially light non methane hydrocarbons from oilseed rape plants and barley 

Parusel, E., Rudolph, J., Schnug, E.

L-40 Gene transfer between Canola (Brassica napus & Brassica campestris) and related weed species 

 

Brown, A.P., Brown, J., Thill, D.C., Bramme, T.A., Nair, H.S.

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