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Experimental stage on green house with hydroponic method: Seeds of 2 cultivars of Brassica napus were cultured in depth of 1.5 cm with equal distance on washed sand. Sand was washed with hydrochloric acid 3% for 24 h followed by washing with plenty of water.

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  • Comparative Transcriptome Analysis between Fertile and CMS

    Background. Wucai (Brassica campestris L. ssp. chinensis var. rosularis Tsen) is a variant of nonheading Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris L.), which is one of the major vegetables inc male sterility (CMS) has been used for Wucai breeding in recent years. However, the underlying molecular mechanism of Wucai CMS remains unclear.

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  • The SelfIncompatibility Phenotype in Brassica Is Altered

    INTRODUCTION. Brassica napus is an amphidiploid plant that is normally self-compatible (SC), whereas its presumptive progenitors, B. oleracea and B. rapa, are diploid self-incompatible (SI) species (Downey and Rakow, 1987).Self-incompatibility in Brassica spp is of the sporophytic type in which the pollen parent genotype determines the phenotype of the pollen.

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  • On some photoperiodic and formative effects of coloured

    Photoperiodic response of Brassica Rapa var. to light of various wavelength regions, at an intensity of 3000 ergs/ems/sec. (total radiation, cf (14?, supplementing a short day.

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  • (PDF) Importance of Brassica napus as a medicinal food

    INTRODUCTION Brassica napus L. (Brassica napus L.), belonging to the rapeseed animal meal as a by-product. The by-product is family Cruciferae, is one of the cultivated medicinal food a high-protein animal feed, competitive with Soya been plants in Middle Asia, North Africa and West Europe.

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  • Top 7 Types of Oilseed Crops Your Article Library

    This article throws light upon the top seven types of oilseed crops. The oilseed crops are: 1. Groundnut 2. Sunflower 3. Sesame/Til 4. Safflower 5. Linseed 6. Soybean 7. Rapeseed and Mustard. Oilseed Crop: Type # 1. Groundnut: a. Botanical name: Arachis hypogea (i) Arachis hypogea fastigate (Bunch/Spanish/Erect type).

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  • Phytoextraction University of Hawaii System

    Lead concentrations in plant shoots (dry weight basis) of several plants growing on contaminated sites were reported to range from 130 to 8,200 mg per kg [3]. Another investigation of Pb phytoextraction revealed that Brassica juncea and Brassica nigra have high metal-accumulating ability [5.

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  • International Journal of Phytoremediation Assessment of

    International Journal of Phytoremediation Assessment of the root system of Brassica juncea (L.) czern. and Bidens pilosa L. exposed to lead polluted soils using rhizobox systems. Natalia Graziani. Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email.

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  • The NGlycan Cluster from Xanthomonas campestris pv

    These data, combined to the subcellular localization of the enzymes, allowed us to propose a model of N-glycopeptide processing by X. campestris pv. campestris. This study constitutes the first evidence suggesting N-glycan degradation by a plant pathogen, a feature shared with human pathogenic bacteria.

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  • Microbiology Society Journals | Patulibacter brassicae sp

    A novel actinobacterial strain, designated SDT, was isolated from rhizosphere soil of Chinese cabbage in Shandong province, China. The cells were aerobic, Gram-staining-positive, oxidase- and catalase-positive, short rods and formed white colonies on trypticase soy agar. The cell-wall peptidoglycan contained meso-diaminopimelic acid as the diagnostic diamino acid and alanine, glutamic acid and.

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  • Analysis of the Brassica oleracea by B. campestrisoleracea by

    And Michelmore 1985) After extraction. the DNA was dlgesled for 8 h with the endonuclease . ErG . Rl according . 10 . lhe manu- raerUl," tBRl). The DNA fragments were separaled by h read the rest

  • US8357837B2 Fertility restoration for ogura cytoplasmic

    In one embodiment, the invention relates to a method for screening a Brassica plant to determine whether it contains the BLR1 recombination event, comprising extracting DNA from said Brassica plant, subjecting the extraction to a polymerase chain amplification reaction in the presence of DNA fragments represented by primers 1159, 1160, PR0004F, and PR0004R, and determining the amplification of DNA fragments.

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  • Field demonstration of reduction of lead availability in

    A field demonstration of reduction of lead availability in a soil and cabbage (Brassica Chinensis L.) contaminated by mining tailings, located in Shaoxing, China was carried out to evaluate the effects of applications of phosphorus fertilizers on Pb fractionation and Pb phytoavailability in the soil. It was found that the addition of all three P fertilizers including single super phosphate (SSP), phosphate rock (PR),.

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  • The Lipid Content In The Seeds Of Brassicaceae Burnett

    Nov 24, 2017· Studing of seeds of 19 samples of investigated plants was carried out by method of extraction with petroleum ether equipped with Soxhlet extractor. Content of lipids was determined in range from 17.72% (Brassica campestris f. annua D.C., cv. Pioner) to 37.61% (Brassica napus f. annua D.C., cv.s. Yamal).

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  • Modified Cold Percolation Method for Extracting Oil from

    Study, cold percolation method has been modified to regulate oil extraction process that enables detection of the effect of the various treatments on oil seeds. Material and Methods Oil Seeds - Mustard (Brassica compestris) variety Pusa Bold, Sunflower (Helianthus annuus).

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  • Effect of pathotoxin(s) on expression of p53 Alternaria

    Extraction of total protein-Total protein was extracted from callus cultures and leaves of Brassica as described by Fieler and Jacab 4, with slight modification. The overnight frozen callus was ground with minimum volume of extraction buffer and a few pieces of coverslips to break the cell wall more efficiently.

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  • Chemometric methods for botanical classification of

    This study develops a method for the discrimination and prediction of honey samples from various botanical origins. The method was based on the nontargeted volatile profiles obtained by solid-phase microextraction and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (SPME-GC/MS) combined with.

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  • The Biology of Brassica napus L. (canola) OGTR

    Canola meal is produced as a by-product during the extraction of oil from canola seed and is widely used as a high protein feed source in animal nutrition. Full fat canola seed may also be used directly as animal feed (Roth-Maier 1999).

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  • In situ immobilisation of toxic metals in soil using

    Mar 15, 2018· The bioaccumulation of Cd, Cr, Ni, Zn, Cu and Pb in three foliar vegetable crops, Brassica rapa spp. pekinensis, Brassica campestris and Spinacia oleracea, were used to.

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  • The Microscopic Structure and Chemistry of Rapeseed and

    Microscopic Structure and Chemistry of Rapeseed (Matheson, Coleman and Bell Manufacturing Chemists, Norwood, Ohio) at pH 3.1 using the method of Tanke and Van Ingen (1980) but without prior acid hydrolysis. Treated sections were rinsed with ethanol, air-dried and mounted in oil for fluorescence microscopy using FC–plant–water relations of oilseed rape (Brassica napus Chinoli (Brassica campestris subsp. oleifera × subsp. chinensis), Marnoo and Apetalous (B. napus), with contrasting morphological characters, were compared over four seasons in Tasmania in 1985/86 and 1986 total water use estimated from a depth of 70 cm increased in proportion to irrigations. Before irrigation all the crops had a similar pattern of moisture extraction but differences.

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  • Using Moringa oleifera Extracts to Control Blackrot

    Xanthomonas campestris is one of the species that has raised great concern among vegetable farmers. Xanthomonas campestris species are plant pathogens ranging from 0.4 to 2.0 Corresponding author: Maria Goss, Ph.D., research fields: agronomy and horticulture. micrometers in size, which exhibit a.

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  • Biodiversity of seed mycoflora in storage of Brassica

    Mustard (Brassica campestris L.) of family Brassicaceae, is native to Europe but has become naturalized throughout the world for its oil-seeds as the seeds are used in prehistoric time quite intuitively for extraction of oil for cooking and burning purposes; curing many bodily.

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  • Rape Brassica Campestris L Flower Bee Pollen For Male

    Rape Brassica Campestris L Flower Bee Pollen For Male Prostate Health, Find Complete Details about Rape Brassica Campestris L Flower Bee Pollen For Male Prostate Health,Rape Bee Pollen,Rape Bee Pollen,Rape Bee Pollen from Herbal Extract Supplier or Manufacturer-Shaanxi Kanglai Ecology Agriculture Co., Ltd.

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  • Drought impact on PbCd toxicity remediated by biochar in

    Impact of cadmium and lead treatments on various attributes of Brassica compestris under biochar, A) Fresh weights of leaf and root; B) Root and stem length; C) Leaves and flower number; D) Lead and cadmium concentrations in Brassica compestris.

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  • Development of a molecular CAPS marker for the self

    Development of a molecular CAPS marker for the self-incompatibility locus in Brassica napus and identi?cation of different S alleles S. Mo¨hring1, V. Horstmann2 and E. Esch3,4 1 Max-Planck-Institut fu¨rZu¨chtungsforschung, Abteilung fu¨r P?anzenzu¨chtung und Ertragsphysiologie, Carl-von-Linne′ Weg 10, D-50829 Ko¨ln; 2 Lehrstuhl fu¨r P?anzenbiotechnologie, Institut fu¨r Biologie.

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  • Effect of Lead on Germination Growth and Activity of

    Experimental stage on green house with hydroponic method: Seeds of 2 cultivars of Brassica napus were cultured in depth of 1.5 cm with equal distance on washed sand. Sand was washed with hydrochloric acid 3% for 24 h followed by washing with plenty of water.

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