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Effects
Colchicine
Temperature
Treatments
Isolated
Microspore
Culture
Various
Cabbage
Oleraceae
1 Effects of Colchicine and High Temperature Treatments on Isolated Microspore Culture in Various Cabbage (Brassica Oleraceae) Types (Report) - International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Auteur : International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Genre : Economics
Byline: BURCU TUNCER AND RUHSAR YANMAZ ABSTRACT
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Adaptability
Varieties
Different
Regions
3 Adaptability of Canola (Brassica Juncea) Varieties in Different Regions of Oman (Report) - International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Auteur : International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Genre : Economics
Byline: HAMID GALOUB ALI - Email: hamid_chaloub@hotmail.com, SALEEM K. NADAF - Email: saleem_nadaf@yahoo.com, SAIF A. ALKHAMISI AND AHMED N. AL-BAKRI ABSTRACT

Rutabaga
4 Radish, Rutabaga and Turnip - AGRIHORTICO eBooks
Auteur : AGRIHORTICO eBooks
Genre : Lifestyle & Home
Radishes are a popular root vegetable of Brassicaceae family and are grown for their fleshy edible tubers, which are actually modified tap roots. Radishes can be grown as annuals or biennials depending upon the growing purposes. For vegetable purposes, it is grown as an annual and for seed production, it is grown as a biennial. Tubers may be eaten raw as a salad vegetable or cooked as a vegetable dish. Just like other Brassica vegetables, radishes are also a powerhouse of nutrients.
Rutabagas are neither turnips nor cabbages. It is actually a hybrid between cabbage and turnip. Rutabaga plants are grown for its leaves and roots. Rutabaga roots are used as a root vegetable while Rutabaga greens are used as a leafy vegetable. Rutabagas are one of the most important nutrient-dense foods available today. Rutabaga plants are a crop of temperate climates.
Turnip plants are grown for i

Effects
Colchicine
Temperature
Treatments
Isolated
Microspore
Culture
Various
Cabbage
Oleraceae
5 Effects of Colchicine and High Temperature Treatments on Isolated Microspore Culture in Various Cabbage (Brassica Oleraceae) Types (Report) - International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Auteur : International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Genre : Economics
Byline: BURCU TUNCER - Email: brctuncer@gmail.com AND RUHSAR YANMAZ ABSTRACT

Varietal
Differences
Components
Exposed
Cadmium
6 Varietal Differences in Canola (Brassica Napus L.) for the Growth , Yeild and Yeild Components Exposed to Cadmium Stress (Report) - Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences
Auteur : Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences
Genre : Life Sciences
Byline: A. Ghani - Email: Ghaniuaf@yahoomail.com ABSTRACT

Karyotype
Analysis
Mustard
7 Karyotype Analysis of Tuber Mustard (Brassica Juncea Var. Tumida Tsen and Lee) in China (Report) - International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Auteur : International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Genre : Economics
Byline: F.B. CHEN - e-mail: chenfabo963@yahoo.com.cn, K.C.YANG, G.F. ZHOU, Y.H. FAN, Z.Y. ZHANG, J.J. SHEN, H. ZHANG AND Z.M. ZHANG ABSTRACT

Diallel
Analysis
Content
Agronomic
Rapeseed
Additive
Dominance
Genetic
8 Diallel Analysis of Oil Content and Some Agronomic Traits in Rapeseed (Brassica Napus L.) Based on the Additive-Dominance Genetic Model (Report) - Australian Journal of Crop Science
Auteur : Australian Journal of Crop Science
Genre : Industries & Professions
Introduction The oilseed Brassicas are the world's third most important source of oils and their production has witnessed a steady upward movement (Beckman, 2005) by the aim of conventional and modern plant breeding approaches. The main objective of rapeseed breeding programs is the development of varieties with high grain and oil contents per area unit. Although presently planted cultivars are capable of achieving high oil content, interest still exists in pursuing further improvement of both oil percent and grain yield through breeding activities, because genetic gains can be accomplished without a concomitant increase in crop management costs. Rapeseed breeding strategies primarily deal with developing new genotypes for human consumption, characterized by high and stable grian yield and oil content as well as low glucosinolate and erucic acid. Grain yield oil content and oil conten

Pendimethalin
Allelopathic
Extracts
Management
9 Lower Doses of Pendimethalin Mixed with Allelopathic Crop Water Extracts for Weed Management in Canola (Brassica Napus) (Report) - International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Auteur : International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
Genre : Economics
Byline: K. JABRAN1, Z.A. CHEEMA, M. FAROOQ AND M. HUSSAIN(e-mail: khawarjabran@gmail.com) ABSTRACT

Potassium
Population
Buildup
Homoptera
Aphididae
10 Impact of Soil Potassium on Population Buildup of Aphid (Homoptera: Aphididae) and Crop Yield in Canola (Brassica Napus L.) Field (Report) - Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Auteur : Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Genre : Life Sciences
Byline: Muhammad Sarwar - Email: drmsarwar64@yahoo.com, Nazir Ahmad and Muhammad Tofique Abstract

Mountain
11 Beyond Cherry Mountain - Lily Brassica
Auteur : Lily Brassica
Genre : Biographies & Memoirs
All over the world there is poverty, and more often than not, poverty is accompanied by a feeling of hopelessness. For one impoverished young girl from North Carolina, dressed in clothes made from feed sacks and wearing shoes held together with duct tape and cardboard, this hopelessness would turn to hope thanks to a man called Jesus.

In Beyond Cherry Mountain, author Lily Brassica shares her heartfelt personal testimony of how she found hope, faith, and inspiration in Jesus. And although life remained a struggle even after she learned about Jesus and his heavenly Father, this inspiring young woman knew that Jesus also started from humble beginnings, encouraging her to work hard, keep the faith, and never stop trying to improve her situation. As she clawed her way out of poverty one paycheck at a time, she continued to sacrifice, eventually becoming a cosmetologist and shari

Response
Varieties
Strains
Relation
Mustard
Lipaphis
Erysimi
12 Yield Response of Brassica Varieties/Strains in Relation to Mustard Aphid Lipaphis Erysimi (Kalt.) (Report) - Munir Ahmad Bukhari, Syed Aftab Hussain Ahmad, Khawar Jawad Niaz, Tariq Tariq, Hasan Shahzad
Auteur : Munir Ahmad Bukhari, Syed Aftab Hussain Ahmad, Khawar Jawad Niaz, Tariq Tariq, Hasan Shahzad
Genre : Engineering
Byline: Munir Ahmad Shahzad, Syed Aftab Hussain Bukhari, Khawar Jawad Ahmad, Tariq Niaz and Hasan Tariq ABSTRACT: Nine brassica varieties/advanced lines were tested to find out the varietal comparison against mustard aphid Lipaphis erysimi (kalt.) in relation to aphid population, average number of branches/plant, average number of grains per pod and grain yield (kg/ha) during 2004-2006. Minimum aphid population was observed on promising cultivar P-20 during both years 2004-2005 and 2005-06 which were 31 and 23 aphid/30 cm of apical inflorescence from randomly selected five plants respectively.

Conventional
Neonicotinoid
Insecticides
Against
13 Effect of Conventional and Neonicotinoid Insecticides Against Aphids on Canola, Brassica Napus L. at Multan and Dera Ghazi Khan (Report) - Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Auteur : Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Genre : Life Sciences
Byline: Marghub Amer, Muhammad Aslam, Muhammad Razaq and Sarfraz Ali Shad - Email: mrazaq_2000@yahoo.com Abstract.- Conventional (bifenthrin, carbosulfan and methamidophos) and neonicotinoid insecticides (thiamethoxam and imidacloprid) were sprayed once to test their toxicity to cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassicae L. and turnip aphid, Lipaphis erysimi (Kalt.) on canola. Insecticides were applied on 14th March, 2005 at Multan. After seven days of application all the insecticides proved to be similarly toxic to aphids but statistically higher numbers of both aphid species were observed in untreated plots. In another experiment split plot design was employed and four B. napus varieties, CON-I, CON-II, KS-75 and Abaseen were planted in sub-plots keeping insecticides (thiamethoxam, imidacloprid and carbosulfan) in main plots at Dera Ghazi Khan. Insecticides were applied on 2nd and 12th Ma

Biology
Coenospecies
14 Biology of Brassica Coenospecies - C. Gomez-Campo
Auteur : C. Gomez-Campo
Genre : Agriculture
Brassica crop species and their allies (Raphanus, Sinapis, Eruca, etc.) are important sources of edible roots, stems, leaves, buds and inflorescences, as well as of edible or industrial oils, condiments and forage. Many well known names of plants or plant products, such as kale, cabbage, brocolli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kohl-rabi, Chinese cabbage, turnip, rape, rutabaga, swede, colza or rapeseed, canola, mustard, rocket, etc. are directly associated to this botanical group.
The scientific interest for this botanical group has run parallel to its economical importance, and research achievements in our days would have certainly appeared unimaginable only two decades ago. As the end of the millenium approaches, entirely new fields (transformation, somatic fusion, etc.) have been added to the classical ones. Thus, nobody can doubt the opportuneness of this book,

Sustainable
Strategies
Managing
Oilseed
Resistance
Leptosphaeria
Maculans
15 Sustainable strategies for managing Brassica napus (oilseed rape) resistance to Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) - B.D.L. Fitt, N. Evans, B.J. Howlett & B.M. COOKE
Auteur : B.D.L. Fitt, N. Evans, B.J. Howlett & B.M. COOKE
Genre : Life Sciences
The interaction between the fungus Leptosphaeria maculans and oilseed rape (Brassica napus) is becoming an excellent model system for studying genetics of host-pathogen interactions. Leptosphaeria maculans causes phoma stem canker (blackleg) on oilseed rape and other Brassica crops worldwide. Recently, application of molecular techniques has led to increased understanding of the genetics of this hemibiotrophic interaction. The complete sequences of the genomes of L. maculans and B. rapa (comprising the Brassica A genome) will be available soon. This will provide new opportunities to investigate basic metabolic pathways in the host and the pathogen, and detailed knowledge of the disease process. Worldwide, the major strategy for control of phoma stem canker is the use of cultivars with resistance to L. maculans. However, serious epidemics have occurred recently in Australia and Europe whe

16 The Brassica napus Genome - Shengyi Liu, Rod Snowdon & Boulos Chalhoub
Auteur : Shengyi Liu, Rod Snowdon & Boulos Chalhoub
Genre : Life Sciences
This book describes how the genome sequence contributes to our understanding of allopolyploidisation and the genome evolution, genetic diversity, complex trait regulation and knowledge-based breeding of this important crop. Numerous examples demonstrate how widespread homoeologous genome rearrangements and exchanges have moulded structural genome diversity following a severe polyploidy bottleneck. The allopolyploid crop species Brassica napus has the most highly duplicated plant genome to be assembled to date, with the largest number of annotated genes.
Examples are provided for use of the genome sequence to identify and capture diversity for important agronomic traits, including seed quality and disease resistance. The increased potential for detailed gene discovery using high-density genetic mapping, quantitative genetics and transcriptomic analyses is described in the context of

Oleracea
Italica
Nutritional
Supplement
17 Brassica Oleracea L. Var Italica: A Nutritional Supplement for Weight Loss (Report) - Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism
Auteur : Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism
Genre : Health & Fitness
Introduction It is widely suggested that plant based diets contribute to reducing the risk of development of chronic diseases such as cancer, atherosclerosis, cardiac dysfunction, diabetes, hypertension and neurodegenerative disorders (Chin 1994, Dan 1997, Di Pentima 1995, Forney 1991, 1999). This function is largely due to the antioxidant effects of their bioactive components. One common denominator in the pathogensis of most chronic diseases is the implication of oxidative stress mechanisms (Hansen 1992, Bailey 1993, Fahey 1997).

Improvement
18 Brassica Improvement - Shabir Hussain Wani, Ajay Kumar Thakur & Yasin Jeshima Khan
Auteur : Shabir Hussain Wani, Ajay Kumar Thakur & Yasin Jeshima Khan
Genre : Agriculture
Global population is mounting at an alarming stride to surpass 9.3 billion by 2050, whereas simultaneously the agricultural productivity is gravely affected by climate changes resulting in increased biotic and abiotic stresses. The genus Brassica belongs to the mustard family whose members are known as cruciferous vegetables, cabbages or mustard plants. Rapeseed-mustard is world’s third most important source of edible oil after soybean and oil palm. It has worldwide acceptance owing to its rare combination of health promoting factors. It has very low levels of saturated fatty acids which make it the healthiest edible oil that is commonly available. Apart from this, it is rich in antioxidants by virtue of tocopherols and phytosterols presence in the oil. The high omega 3 content reduces the risk of atherosclerosis/heart attack. Conventional breeding methods have met with limited success

Gardener
19 Gardener's Guide to Those Other Brassica Crops - Paul R. Wonning
Auteur : Paul R. Wonning
Genre : Gardening
Brassica crops in the cabbage family are among the most nutritious and flavorful crops grown in the garden. The Gardener's Guide to Those Other Brassica Crops is a useful gardening guide for both beginning and veteran gardeners, includes cultural, preservation and planting information for collards, kale, Brussels sprouts and kohlrabi.

Population
Arthropod
Predators
Ecosystem
20 Effect of Brassica Strips on the Population of Aphids and Arthropod Predators in Wheat Ecosystem (Report) - Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Auteur : Pakistan Journal of Zoology
Genre : Life Sciences
Byline: Sher Muhammad Sherawat, Abida Butt and Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Abstract

21 The Brassica rapa Genome - Xiaowu Wang & Chittaranjan Kole
Auteur : Xiaowu Wang & Chittaranjan Kole
Genre : Life Sciences
This book provides insights into the latest achievements in genomics research on Brassica rapa. It describes the findings on this Brassica species, the first of the U’s triangle that has been sequenced and a close relative to the model plant Arabidopsis, which provide a basis for investigations of major Brassica crop species. Further, the book focuses on the development of tools to facilitate the transfer of our rich knowledge on Arabidopsis to a cultivated Brassica crop.

Key topics covered include genomic resources, assembly tools, annotation of the genome, transposable elements, comparative genomics, evolution of Brassica genomes, and advances in the application of genomics in the breeding of Brassica rapa crops.

22 Brassica Park - Jane Palmer
Auteur : Jane Palmer
Genre : Sci-Fi & Fantasy
The final book in the Planet Dweller series.

The Earth is no longer fit for humans,
the Planet Dweller is no longer one entity,
and humankind are now dinosaurs.
Which is what would be expected after the meddling of two superbeings who never quite got the hang of mortality, although secretly aspiring to it.
And there is also this dodo, and an intergalactic criminal in a pretty frock.

23 Kohl - Margot Hellmiß
Auteur : Margot Hellmiß
Genre : Special Diet
Trendgemüse Kohl: Lecker und gesund schlemmen mit Grünkohlchips, Smoothies und Salaten

Kohl kennt man bei uns bisher als klassisches Wintergemüse in der deftigen Küche. Aber dass Weißkohl, Rotkohl, Wirsing & Co. auch ganz anders zubereitet werden können und dabei Feinschmecker, Gesundheitsbewusste, Abnehmwillige und Vegetarier gleichermaßen begeistern, das ist neu. In den USA liegt vor allem Grünkohl derzeit voll im Trend. Hollywoodstars wie Jennifer Aniston und Gwyneth Paltrow schwören auf das kalorienarme und nährstoffreiche Gemüsewunder. Denn Kohlgemüse enthält nicht nur viele Vitamine, Mineralien und Ballaststoffe, sondern auch bioaktive Substanzen, die für seine hohe Heil- und Schutzwirkung verantwortlich sind. Margot Hellmiß gibt dem Kohl mit diesem Buch ein neues Image und krönt ihn zum Gemüsekönig. Sie stellt die verschiedenen Kohlsorten vo

Conversion
24 Grate-Fired Energy Crop Conversion - Maryori C. Díaz-Ramírez
Auteur : Maryori C. Díaz-Ramírez
Genre : Power Resources
This book provides important insights into the combustion behavior of novel energy crops and agricultural fuels. It describes a new experimental approach to combustion evaluation, involving fundamental, bench-scale and commercial-scale studies. The studies presented were conducted on two representative biomass energy crops: a woody biomass poplar (Populus sp. or poplar) and an herbaceous biomass brassica (Brassica carinata or brassica). Moreover, agricultural residues of Manihot esculenta or cassava were also analyzed. The main accomplishments of this work are threefold. Firstly, it offers an extensive characterization of the above-mentioned fuels, their ash chemistry and their emissions of both solid particles and gaseous compounds that form at typical grate combustion conditions. Secondly, it presents an in-depth analysis of ash fractionation processes for major as
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