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- Tookey, H.L.; Daxenbichler, M.E.; VanEtten, C.H.; Kwolek, W.F.; Williams, P.H.
- Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1980 v.105 no.5 pp. 714
- Brassica oleracea; cabbage; cultivars; glucosinolates; toxic substances; natural toxicants; chemical constituents of plants; seeds; leaves
- ... Seeds of cabbage (Brassica oleracea (Capitata group) contain lO-fold more glucosinolates than do cabbage heads (dry basis). Seeds give rise to relatively greater amounts of goitrin and lesser amounts of SCN ion than do heads. In spite of these differences, seeds of 50 cabbage cultivars are shown to have fair predictive value for glucosinolate patterns in the corresponding heads. ...
- VanEtten, C.H.; Daxenbichler, M.E.; Tookey, H.L.; Kwolek, W.F.; Williams, P.H.; Yoder, O.C.
- Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1980 v.105 no.5 pp. 710
- cabbage; Brassica oleracea; cultivars; chemical analysis; glucosinolates; natural toxicants; enzymatic hydrolysis; Wisconsin; New York; Oregon
- ... The mean values of aglucon hydrolytic products of 11 glucosinolates measured in the leafy heads of 79 cultivars and lines grown in the field at several sites in several years include 24 p.p.m. allyl isothiocyanate, 45 p.p.m. 3-methyl-sulphinylpropyl isothiocyanate, 18 p.p.m. SCN ion, 17 p.p.m. 4-methyl-sulphinylbutyl isothiocyanate and 4 p.p.m. goitrin. Three-carbon glucosinolates (excluding the s ...