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- Schatzki, Jörg, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Theoretical and applied genetics 2014 v.127 no.5 pp. 1213-1222
- Brassica napus var. napus; biochemical pathways; canola; confidence interval; correlation; field experimentation; genetic variation; genotype; glucosinolates; haploidy; heritability; ingredients; linkage groups; oilseed crops; phenotypic variation; protein composition; quantitative trait loci; seed storage proteins; temperate zones; Germany
- ... KEY MESSAGE : Cruciferin (cru) and napin (nap) were negatively correlated and the cru/nap ratio was closely negative correlated with glucosinolate content indicating a link between the two biosynthetic pathways. Canola-type oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) is an economically important oilseed crop in temperate zones. Apart from the oil, the canola protein shows potential as a value-added food and ...
- Schatzki, Jörg, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Theoretical and applied genetics 2013 v.126 no.9 pp. 2405-2415
- Brassica napus var. napus; crops; field experimentation; genotype; haploidy; phenotypic variation; quantitative trait loci; seed dormancy; seeds; soil; volunteer plants; Germany
- ... Following winter oilseed rape cultivation, considerable numbers of volunteer oilseed rape plants may occur in subsequent years in following crops. The appearance of volunteer oilseed rape plants is based on the capability of the seeds to become secondary dormant and to survive in this stage for many years in the soil. Genetic reduction of secondary seed dormancy in oilseed rape could provide a mea ...