By James K. Daun, N A Michael Eskin, Dave Hickling
This ebook supplies a whole photograph of the canola crop together with its background, botany, genetics, distribution, breeding and biotechnology, construction, processing, composition, dietary houses and usage of the seed, oil and meal, in addition to an financial profile. whereas the focus during this ebook is on canola of Canadian starting place, its cousin crop oilseed rape can be mentioned to a lesser quantity. The paintings offers up to date info at the crop and highlights parts the place learn and improvement is both wanted or is in process.
- Provides wide details at the canola plant, together with breeding, genetic engineering for trait improvement, and seed morphology and composition
- Editors and individuals are worldwide leaders in canola learn and application
- Offers a finished assessment of canola oil and meal composition, foodstuff, and utilization
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Juncea (Röbbelen & Theis, 1980). Different brassica oilseed species predominate in different regions of the world. In the warmer semitropical regions, B. juncea and B. rapa predominate, whereas in 29 30 A. E. McVetty cooler temperate regions B. napus and B. rapa predominate. B. carinata is limited to Ethiopia and northeast Africa, whereas B. nigra is grown in Europe and Asia. nigra is currently grown exclusively as a condiment crop. B. oleracea is exclusively a vegetable crop produced globally.
Capitata (cultivated) Karyotype* Subspecies Brassica n = 9, C oleracea L. 1. Cultivated and Wild Brassicacea That Are Relatives (Coenospecies) of the Important Cultivated Brassica Species. 34 A. E. McVetty Wild radish Radish Wild, weed Wild, weed Cultivated, root or hypocotyl as vegetable n = 7, H n = 9, R n = 9, R *Karyotype according to Mizushima (1980). Cultivated, siliques as vegetable Cultivated, seed as condiment, also weed Cultivated, seed for oil, also weedy Cultivated, seed oil use Rocket Cultivated, seed oil, leaves as vegetable n = 11, E convar.
Alef. var. gongylodes L. convar. ) Alef. var. medullosa Thell. convar. ) Alef. var. palmifolia DC. Kohlrabi Marrow-stem kale Palm kale Stem as forage Leaves as vegetable Black mustard (eastern type) Black mustard (western type) Stem as vegetable Seed oil and condiment, vegetable and forage Seed oil and condiment, vegetable and forage Mizuna (Japanese) Leaves as vegetable ssp. nigra Pe-tsai, Chinese cabbage Pak-choi Brown sarson, toria (Hindi), Indian rape Turnip Yellow sarson Leaf and inflorescence as vegetable Seed oil, sometimes vegetable Seed oil, vegetable, forage Root vegetable, forage Leaves and petioles as vegetable Leaves and leafy rosettes as vegetable Oilseed turnip, turnip rape, field mustard, canola Cime di rapa (Italian) Common Name ssp.