Global Council for Innovation in Rapeseed and Canola
NEWSLETTER 14, February 2023
Greetings and welcome to GCIRC Newsletter #14, February 2023.
Table of contents
Activity/News of the association:
IRC-16 Sydney 2023 – September 24-27, Australia
Professor Jan Krzymański
Welcome to New GCIRC members
Value chains and regional news
Global rapeseed market: UFOP publishes updated Report on Global Market Supply 2022/2023
Australian Canola Crop Summary
European Union: mutagenesis and GMO
Highlights from Canada’s Canola Week
International Conference on Vegetable Oils (ICVO) 2023 at Hyderabad, India
Rapeseed research through a bibliometric study
Bioengineering to increase the yield of vegetable oil from plants
GENETICS & BREEDING CROP PROTECTION AGRONOMY & CROP MANAGEMENT PHYSIOLOGY REMOTE SENSING PROCESSING, QUALITY & PRODUCTS NUTRITION ans HEALTH ANALYZES ECONOMY and MARKET MUSTARD and Other Brassicae MISCELLANEOUS
Upcoming international and national events
Greetings and welcome to GCIRC Newsletter #14, February 2023.
Welcome to our first newsletter for 2023, and begin by expressing how extremely important it is to remember the people of Ukraine on this the 1st anniversary of the war. It is hard to comprehend the devastation, destruction to cities and vital infrastructure let alone the injuries and loss of so many lives. Our thoughts are with our colleagues in Ukraine who are resiliently maintaining supply chains for oilseeds and veg oils under the most challenging conditions in that region.
Sadly, the Board has been advised of the recent passing of Prof Krzymanski. To his family, friends, and colleagues, we the Board and members of GCIRC pass on our sincere condolences.
Prof Krzymanski was a highly regarded scientist, who in 2003 received a GCIRC Rapeseed Award for his lifelong achievements including the attached paper ‘Rapeseed breeding for better oil and meal quality in Poland’.
With the ever-changing weather conditions globally, whether it be drought in one region or floods in another oilseed production will be monitored closely in 2023. That said I look forward to reviewing country crop forecasts, both area and production numbers in this newsletter.
At the February 13th GCIRC board meeting, discussion about the next technical meeting was held with a call for application submissions to host the 2025 Technical meeting be available for voting at the Sydney board meeting. India and the US have indicated they are interested, so look forward to hearing more shortly.
Finally, remember to register for IRC-16 in Sydney where I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in September.
Robert Wilson, GCIRC President
Activity/ News of the association:
IRC-16 Sydney 2023 – September 24-27, Australia
How time flies - only 30 weeks until IRC-16 Congress and already registrations are flowing in. Many regular IRC attendees are taking advantage of the early bird rate and have already registered, which is particularly encouraging. The Call for Abstracts opened this week, we look forward to these also starting to flow in as well in the lead up to the Congress.
All details for registration, abstract submission and draft program are available on the https://www.ircsydney2023.com/ website. We are also very pleased to report that sponsorship support has been very strong with many of the high level, high exposure sponsorship opportunities already taken. BASF is the sole Diamond sponsor; Syngenta has taken a Gold sponsorship, while Nuseed has agreed to sponsor the Congress dinner. All sponsors are listed on the website, and there are still many more sponsorship opportunities available. Contact the organisers at ircsydney2023(at)australianoilseeds.com if you are interested in gaining exposure for your business or research institution through adding your name to the list of prestigious sponsors.
The Congress theme of ‘Global Crop – Golden Opportunities’ will recognise and highlight the outstanding opportunities canola/rapeseed and the scientific committees are already locking in keynote and plenary speakers, and these will be notified progressively on the website as they are secured in the weeks ahead. Thank you to those of our international colleagues who have agreed to participate on a committee.
The Congress scientific program will run over 3 days and organised under 6 Core Themes:
Genetics, Genomics and Breeding
Agronomy, Physiology and Simulation
Products and Quality
Economy and Markets
The Themes will run as Concurrent Tracks with opportunities for up to 40 contributed talks in each Track over the 3 days.
Each day will commence with a plenary session of invited keynote talks of general interest to all delegates presented by global leaders in their fields.
The Congress Organising Committee is engaging the Keynote Speakers, and these will be notified progressively on the website as they are secured in the weeks ahead.
Preceding the Congress will be our 3-day Field tour, beginning Friday 22nd, visiting one of Australia’s leading centres of canola breeding and research at Wagga Wagga in the heart of canola country.
The Tour will include visits to research trials, Australia’s newest oilseed crushing plant, a live sheep shearing demonstration, plus more!
The Tour also includes return transfers to Sydney beginning Saturday traveling via the nation’s capital Canberra en route, arriving back in Sydney on Sunday afternoon, in time for some sight-seeing or the pre-arranged Clubroot workshop or the GCIRC board meeting or some rest before the Welcome Reception!
We will be asking participating delegates to make their own way to Wagga Wagga to commence the Field Tour, as most international air tickets can include a more cost-effective add-on flight to Wagga Wagga. Bus and train options are also available, and details will be provided to assist with your logistics.
Call for Abstracts: Opened last week (21st February) – watch your inbox for notifications.
Pre-congress Field Tour Committee – Core members engaged, planning underway.
When booking your registration remember to also book the field tour which is separate and not included in the Congress registration and finally also arrange the necessary arrival documents such as your Visa to enter Australia.
We look forward to welcoming as many friends and colleagues as possible to Australia in September 2023. Remember, Sydney – “it’s closer than you think”.
We are deeply saddened to inform of the passing of Prof Jan Krzymański, and express our sympathy to his family, friends, and colleagues.
Prof Jan Krzymański greatly contributed to rapeseed research and development. His involvement and the excellence of his work were recognised through the Rapeseed Award in 2003, in Copenhagen.
See picture on PdF file
Prof Jan Krzymański was one of the first members of the GCIRC, having joined the association in 1978 (the GCIRC constitution was adopted in November 1977, after 5 years of discussions) and participated actively to the GCIRC Board until 2005. He was president of GCIRC and chaired the 7th IRC in Poznan, in 1987.
He played a key role in the elaboration of the first varieties of low erucic and low glucosinolates winter rapeseed, at the basis of cultivars grown in Europe until today.
We give here a summary of his history, extract from an article written by Prof Krzymański himself for the 4th IRC, in Giessen, Germany, in 1974. It illustrates his personal role and also the importance of international collaborations, and the progress of knowledge on rapeseed genetics in the 1960ies and 70ies:
<<The lower seed value of rape is determined mainly by two factors – high erucic acid content in oil and toxic properties of thioglucosides (glucosinolates) which occur in meal. These two undesirable factors can be changed only in small degree by modifications in oil industry technology. It looks now the best solution of the problem can be obtained with genetical means breeding of new varieties of rape with improved chemical composition. Especial research project was made [in Poznan, Poland] by Oil Crop Department of Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization (IHAR) .
Elaboration of method for fatty acid composition analysis by quantitative paper chromatography (KKrzymański, 1961, 1965) allowed to undertake genetical researches and rape breeding for low erucic acid content in seed oil. This method was replaced later by gas chromatography (Byczynska & Krzymański, 1968, Krzymański and Downey, 1969). Works on thioglucoside required also certain and proper analytical method. Different methods were examined and a new modification of Youngs-Wetter’s methods were proposed (Byczynska, 1974).
This method , based on gas chromatography, makes possible the estimation of individual isothiocyanates and individual oxazolidinethiones in seed meal. It is well adapted for needs of breeding and genetic investigation. Oil content in seeds is not analyzed now by destructive and quick method based on nuclear magnetic resonance measurement (Krzymański, 1970).
Survey of all varieties and strains of winter rape in our collection showed that we had none winter form low in erucic acid or thioglucoside content (Byczynska 1974, Krzymański 1965). For this reason, it was necessary to use spring forms for obtaining essential genetic variability. The following lines were genetical sources of desired traits in our researches and breeding works:
Zero erucic line selected from ‘Liho” variety of spring rape in Canada (Stephansson et al., 1961)
Low erucic line selected from “Bronowski” variety of spring rape in Poland (Krzymański, 1966, Krzymański et al 1967)
Lines with very low thioglucoside content selected from “Bronowski” variety of spring rape (Finlayson et al, 1973; Krzymański, 1970)
Investigation was realized on inheritance of erucic acid content in rapeseed oil (Krzymański et al 1967; Krzymański & Downey, 1969; Krzymański 1970) and on inheritance of thioglucoside content in rape seed (Krzymański et al 1970). The results obtained were conformable to the published data of other authors (Harvey & Downey, 1964; Kondra & Stefansson 1965, 1970) (based on these results it can be concluded:
Erucic acid content in rape seed oil is a hereditary trait controlled by embryo genotype;
Erucic acid content is controlled by one or two pair system – the zero or low erucic forms represents ¼ or 1/16 of the F2 generation depending on cross combination;
There are alleles or pseudoalleles controlling different levels of eruci acid acting in an additive manner without distinct domination;
Thioglucosides content in rapeseed is controlled mainly by the maternal plant genotype in respect of both quantity and quality;
The trait of high thioglucoside content is a dominant one in reference to total content of these compounds, but for individual thioglucosides different results were obtained. Overdominancy was observed in the case of pentenyl isothiocyanate, dominance for butenyl isothiocyanate and incomplete dominance for oxazolidinethiones.;
A differentiation in thioglucosides composition was also observed in segregating generations of hybrids.
Low erucic or low thioglucosides strains of winter rape were obtained by crosses between winter varieties of rape and above-mentioned lines of spring rape. But these desired traits were strongly linked with many other traits typical for spring forms. These traits were usually unfavourable and caused the new strains had much lower agricultural value than normal old varieties which have been cultivated till now. These strains make only a raw material which needs further improvement especially for better vigour, higher yielding ability and better winter hardiness. We try to achieve this goal by using breeding methods based on backcrossing and intensive selection in segregating conditions… >>
Since last October we have welcomed four new members:
ZHANG Liangxiao, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, CHINA
HILTPOLD Ivan, AGROSCOPE, SWITZERLAND
GREEN Allan, AGRENEW Pty Ltd, AUSTRALIA
FALAK Igor, Corteva, CANADA
You may visit their personal pages on the GCIRC website directory, to better know their fields of interest. We take this opportunity to remind all members that they can modify their personal page, especially indicating their fields of interest in order to facilitate interactions.
Value chains and regional news
Global rapeseed market: UFOP publishes updated Report on Global Market Supply 2022/2023
The season surprised even the most experienced pundits, with another record crop produced for Australia of close to 7.8mmt. This result was despite very wet conditions in the states of NSW and Victoria with heavy rain and floods affecting many crops towards the end of the season. Resilient crops, with maturing seeds pods were able to withstand these conditions in most cases. Very large biomass created challenges for harvest, as many fields were too wet to access for swathing/ windrowing forcing farmers to resort to direct heading/harvesting, which is unusual in Australia.
In the other canola producing states of South Australia and Western Australia, conditions with ideal, with record crops recorded on both those states. Western Australia, at 4.25mmt achieved what would be regarded only a few years ago as a good national crop.
See Table on Pdf File.
The upcoming season is expected to see a return to the longer-term trend in terms of area to be sown (in April) and expected yield. While there is good subsoil moisture throughout the Eastern states of NSW and Victoria, and no indication Western Australia won’t receive its usual May seasonal break (rain), the overall trend is towards El Niño conditions, which would tend to result in below-average rainfall. Heavy canola rotations over the last 2 years, combined with a softening price and still relatively high input costs will also temper grower enthusiasm to go very strong on canola.
The forecast is for only 20-35% chance of exceeding median rainfall during the seeding and establishment phase, (April-June) which will mean that the crops will rely on accessing deeper soil moisture during the critical biomass production stage leading up to flowering. If El Niño conditions continue through to pod and seed development, yields and oil content will be impacted.
See Map on Pdf File.
Early indications are for an area sown to be down around 10% on last year with yields closer to the national long-term average of around 1.6t/ha. This will deliver a national production volume of 5.5mmt, with as much as 2 million tonnes carry over from the last harvest.
See Figure on Pdf File.
European Union: mutagenesis and GMO
In a ruling published on 7 February, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that organisms obtained by "in vitro" random mutagenesis are excluded from the scope of the 2001 Directive on the deliberate release of GMOs or their placing on the market.
This decision comes as the European Commission plans to clarify the regulation of new genomic techniques (directed mutagenesis, intragenesis and cisgenesis). It is expected to present a draft regulation on new GMOs by the end of the first quarter of 2023.
Highlights from Canada’s Canola Week
The Canola Council of Canada co-hosted Canola Week December 6-9, 2022, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, host city of the 2015 International Rapeseed Congress. Here are a few market opportunities, productivity enhancements and new technologies.
By Jay Whetter
The aquaculture opportunity for canola meal. Data from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations show wild caught and farmed fish neck and neck in terms of supply in 2020, with aquaculture trending upward quickly and wild caught trending downward. Brittany Wood, director of communications for the Canola Council of Canada, says aquaculture – fish farming – “plays to canola meal’s strengths.” Carp, catfish, tilapia, and salmonids are the top four farmed fish. Shrimp are also farmed in large quantities. Standard canola meal is a great fit for tilapia and carp farms, common in China. Specialty canola meal, like the high-protein, low-fibre product from Botaneco, a Canadian company, works for farmed salmon and shrimp.
Ag and petroleum companies partner on renewable diesel. In Canada, Saskatchewan-based food company AGT is working with Federated Co-op on a renewable diesel and canola protein meal project. This is just one example of new relationships forming between agriculture companies and petroleum companies. In the U.S., ADM food company and Marathon fuel company have a joint project in North Dakota, Bunge and Chevron are working together in Louisiana and Illinois, and Shell Rock Soy Processing and P66 in Iowa.
Fix or set aside unprofitable acres? Land is not going to fix itself, says Jason Casselman, Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist. “With data analysis and mapping technology, farmers now have the opportunity to not only identify areas of low productivity, but also see how deep the problem is when they look at the bottom line,” Casselman says.
–Fix: Moving topsoil back to hilltops. Marla Riekman, soil management specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, cites Manitoba studies showing that topsoil added back to hilltops increases yields significantly, while having minimal effect on yield in low-lying areas where soil was removed.
–Fix: Strategic tile drainage. Tile drainage removes water that exceeds the holding capacity of the soil. This excess water impedes root function and limits field activities. By removing this water, tile drainage can improve plant health and plant uniformity and allow farmers to get on fields faster in the spring or after a big rain.
–Set aside: Convert unfixable acres to grass. Mark McConnell, assistant professor and upland birds’ specialist at Mississippi State University, uses field profit maps to show chronically unprofitable areas. Given the shape of these areas, it may not be practical to take them all out of production, but he says it can make sense to set aside some field edges with grasses and forages. In a published research paper, McConnell wrote: “I suggest targeted conservation be defined as the application of conservation practices only where they increase profitability to the producer.”
Technology that excites. Joy Agnew moderated a Canola Discovery Forum panel on precision agriculture technology. Agnew is associate vice president, applied research, at Olds College of Agriculture & Technology in Olds, Alberta. She asked her three panelists, what upcoming technology most excites you?
–Bonnie Mandziak, product marketing manager with Climate FieldView: “If we can use data and digital tools to help farmers answer spray questions – Do I spray? When should I spray? And where should I spray? – we can help them make better more informed decisions.”
–Christian Hansen, small grains corporate agronomist with John Deere: “I’m excited for Innerplant, which is a company inserting fluorescent proteins into plants that can make them signal certain stressors throughout their life cycle. While Innerplant is at a very early stage, the commercial application of this tech is limitless to help agronomists and growers make proactive decisions on their farms. It could be used to signal fields that are at high risk for disease infection, insect infestations, nutrient deficiencies or even water stress.”
–Garth Donald, manager of agronomy with Decisive Farming by Telus Agriculture: “Hyperspectral imaging. With this technology, one will be able to identify plant diseases before the human eye can see them. That way one can be more proactive than reactive.” Hyperspectral imaging captures wavelengths beyond visible light to show things the eye can’t see. Low earth orbit satellites, once launched, will capture these high-resolution images at a broad regional scale.
(Jay Whetter is the editor of Canola Digest. Read the magazine online at canoladigest.ca. Read his insightful column at canoladigest.ca/department/the-editors-desk/)
India is the fourth-largest contributor of oilseeds in the world, Indian rapeseed and mustard contribute for about 28.6% of total oilseeds production. Rapeseed–mustard crops in India are grown under diverse agro climatic conditions, e.g. north-eastern / north western hills to down south under irrigated/rainfed, timely/late sown, saline soils and mixed cropping. During 2021-22, the all-time highest production of 11.75 MT was 13 percent higher than the one of 2020-21 year (10.21MT).Area under mustard in the current post-rainy (rabi) season has been reported at a record 9.4 million hectare (MH) which is 49% more than last five years’ average sown area of 6.3 MH.
International Conference on Vegetable Oils (ICVO) 2023 at Hyderabad, India
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, ICAR-Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research (IIOR), and Indian Society of Oilseeds Research (ISOR) in collaboration other ICAR oilseed institutes and the societies engaged with vegetable oil research were jointly organized the International Conference on Vegetable Oils (ICVO) 2023 during January 17- 21, 2023 at Hyderabad, India. The conference was envisaged to be a convergent point for priority persuasion and provided a platform to deliberate on research strategies, infrastructure developmental needs, trade and value chain ecosystems, and policy perspective to promote increased vegetable oil production on short-, medium- and long-term basis at global as well as national levels. Several invited talks, plenary talks, contributory oral as well as poster presentations and technology exhibitions were organised during the International conference. Also, five satellite symposia dedicated to specific issues of major vegetable oil crops were held during the conference, including Satellite symposium on Rapeseed-mustard.
See Picture on Pdf File.
During satellite symposium on Rapeseed-mustard, Dr. PK Rai Director, ICAR-DRMR, Bharatpur, presented the current status and future development strategies in rapeseed-mustard for nutritional security. Dr. SR Bhat presented a talk on Pre-breeding for genetic enhancement of oilseed Brassica. Dr. Etienne Pilorgé, Terres Inovia, and Secretary GCIRC, France, made a presentation on integrated management to enhance productivity of rapeseed, through online mode. Dr. HC Sharma made presentation on new paradigms in insect-pest management in oilseed Brassica. Dr. Samantha Cook, Rothamsted Research, UK made a talk on IPM strategies for insect pests in European rapeseed, through online mode. Five presentations were made on different aspects by Drs. VV Singh, Pankaj Sharma, AK Sharma, RS Jat and H.K. Sharma, ICAR-DRMR. Symposium was chaired by Dr. Arvind Kumar, co-chaired by Dr. P.K. Rai and coordinated by Dr. Pankaj Sharma. Later a panel discussion was also held under chairmanship of Dr. S.R. Bhat.
Rapeseed research through a bibliometric study
An interesting bibliometric study on rapeseed research, showing the main countries making efforts on rapeseed, in which names of several GCIRC members appear, and many others that GCIRC would welcome with pleasure.
Bioengineering to increase the yield of vegetable oil from plants
In November 2022, the ScienceDaily website (University of Singapore) reported results showing, in the laboratory, the possibility to increase the yield of oil production by a plant. This method is patent pending. Scientists have successfully bioengineered an important protein in plants to increase the yield of oil from their fruits and seeds -- a holy grail for the global agri-food industry. Their patent-pending method can increase oil content in seeds by 15 to 18 per cent, which is a significant improvement that could be applied to numerous oilseeds. This innovation can help the world in its quest for sustainability, helping to reduce the amount of arable land needed for oil-yielding crops while increasing the oil yield to meet the world's growing demand for vegetable oil.
To the authors: we identify publications through research with 2 key words only: “rapeseed” and “canola”. If a publication does not contain one of these two words, but for example only Brassica napus or terms implicitly linked to rapeseed/canola (for example names of diseases or insects or genes, etc.…), it will not be detected.
GENETICS & BREEDING
Orantes-Bonilla M, Makhoul M, Lee H, Chawla HS, Vollrath P, Langstroff A, Sedlazeck FJ, Zou J and Snowdon RJ (2022) Frequent spontaneous structural rearrangements promote rapid genome diversification in a Brassica napus F1 generation. Front. Plant Sci. 13:1057953. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.1057953
Li, J., Li, Y., Wang, R., Fu, J., Zhou, X., Fang, Y., ... & Liu, Y. (2022). Multiple Functions of MiRNAs in Brassica napus L. Life, 12(11), 1811. https://doi.org/10.3390/life12111811
Katche, E. I., Schierholt, A., Becker, H. C., Batley, J., & Mason, A. S. (2022). Fertility, genome stability, and homozygosity in a diverse set of resynthesized rapeseed lines. The Crop Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cj.2022.07.022
Houmanat, K., Nabloussi, A., Rhazlaoui, Y., Bahri, H., EL FECHTALI, M., & CHARAFI, J. (2022). First report of genetic relationship and diversity among Moroccan and introduced rapeseed (Brassica napus l.) varieties as revealed by molecular markers. https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-2129788/v1
Dolatabadian, A., Yuan, Y., Bayer, P. E., Petereit, J., Severn-Ellis, A., Tirnaz, S., ... & Batley, J. (2022). Copy Number Variation among Resistance Genes Analogues in Brassica napus. Genes, 13(11), 2037. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes13112037
Wang, Z., Wang, F., Yu, Z., Shi, X., Zhou, X., Wang, P., ... & Yang, G. (2022). Pyramiding of multiple genes generates rapeseed introgression lines with clubroot and herbicide resistance, high oleic acid content, and early maturity. The Crop Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cj.2022.10.009
Wang, A., Kang, L., Yang, G., & Li, Z. (2022). Transcriptomic and iTRAQ-Based Quantitative Proteomic Analyses of inap CMS in Brassica napus L. Plants, 11(19), 2460. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11192460
Wang, Z., Zhang, Y., Song, M., Tang, X., Huang, S., Linhu, B., ... & Xie, C. (2023). Genome-Wide Identification of the Cytochrome P450 Superfamily Genes and Targeted Editing of BnCYP704B1 Confers Male Sterility in Rapeseed. Plants, 12(2), 365. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants12020365
Hu, R., Zhu, M., Chen, S., Li, C., Zhang, Q., Gao, L., ... & Qu, C. (2022). BnbHLH92a negatively regulates anthocyanin and proanthocyanidin biosynthesis in Brassica napus. The Crop Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cj.2022.07.015
Li, S., Chang, T., Li, X., Peng, Z., Guan, C., & Guan, M. (2022). Regulatory mechanisms of rapeseed petal color formation: Current research status and future perspectives. Oil Crop Science. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocsci.2022.11.005
Xu, Y., Yang, Y., Yu, W., Liu, L., Hu, Q., Wei, W., & Liu, J. (2022). Dissecting the Genetic Mechanisms of Hemicellulose Content in Rapeseed Stalk. Agronomy, 12(11), 2886. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12112886
Zhao, W., Liu, J., Qian, L., Guan, M., & Guan, C. (2022). Genome-wide identification and characterization of oil-body-membrane proteins in polyploid crop Brassica napus. Plants, 11(17), 2241. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11172241
Jia, Y., Yao, M., He, X., Xiong, X., Guan, M., Liu, Z., ... & Qian, L. (2022). Transcriptome and Regional Association Analyses Reveal the Effects of Oleosin Genes on the Accumulation of Oil Content in Brassica napus. Plants, 11(22), 3140. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11223140
Shi, J., Ni, X., Huang, J., Fu, Y., Wang, T., Yu, H., & Zhang, Y. (2022). CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Gene Editing of BnFAD2 and BnFAE1 Modifies Fatty Acid Profiles in Brassica napus. Genes, 13(10), 1681. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes13101681
Lipșa, F.-D.; Snowdon, R.; Wittkop, B.; Friedt, W. Quantitative genetic analysis of phenolic acids in oilseed rape meal. Journal of Applied Life Sciences and Environment 2022, 55 (2), 133-144. https://doi.org/10.46909/alse-552051
Gao, C., Zhang, F., Hu, Y., Song, L., Tang, L., Zhang, X., ... & Wu, X. (2022). Dissecting the genetic architecture of glucosinolate compounds for quality improvement in flowering stalk tissues of Brassica napus. Horticultural Plant Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hpj.2022.09.001
Zhou, X., Zhang, H., Xie, Z., Liu, Y., Wang, P., Dai, L., ... & Hong, D. (2023). Natural variation and artificial selection at the BnaC2. MYB28 locus modulate Brassica napusseed glucosinolate. Plant Physiology, 191(1), 352-368. https://doi.org/10.1093/plphys/kiac463
AHMAD, I., SALEEM, S., GHAZALI, H., MASOOD, S., JAMIL, M., FAHEEM, U., & HUSSAIN, F. (2022). KHANPUR CANOLA (KN-279); NEWLY APPROVED LONG SILIQUED, BOLD SEEDED, HIGH YIELDING WITH IMPROVED QUALITY, DOUBLE ZERO (00) VARIETY OF RAPESEED (Brassica Napus L.). Biological and Clinical Sciences Research Journal, 2022(1). https://doi.org/10.54112/bcsrj.v2022i1.119
Jin, Q., Gao, G., Guo, C. et al. Transposon insertions within alleles of BnaFT.A2 are associated with seasonal crop type in rapeseed. Theor Appl Genet 135, 3469–3483 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00122-022-04193-x
Fan, S., Liu, H., Liu, J., Hua, W., & Li, J. (2022). BnGF14-2c Positively Regulates Flowering via the Vernalization Pathway in Semi-Winter Rapeseed. Plants, 11(17), 2312 https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11172312
Chen, L., Lei, W., He, W., Wang, Y., Tian, J., Gong, J., ... & Fan, Z. (2022). Mapping of Two Major QTLs Controlling Flowering Time in Brassica napus Using a High-Density Genetic Map. Plants, 11(19), 2635. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11192635
Fu, R., Wang, J., Zhou, M. et al. Five NUCLEAR FACTOR-Y subunit B genes in rapeseed (Brassica napus) promote flowering and root elongation in Arabidopsis. Planta 256, 115 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00425-022-04030-x
Liu, T., Li, Y., Wang, C., Zhang, D., Liu, J., He, M., ... & Guo, Y. (2023). Brassica napus Transcription Factor Bna. A07. WRKY70 Negatively Regulates Leaf Senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plants, 12(2), 347. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants12020347
Chen, Y., Zhu, W., Yan, T. et al. Stomatal morphological variation contributes to global ecological adaptation and diversification of Brassica napus. Planta 256, 64 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00425-022-03982-4
Ma, L., Xu, J., Tao, X., Wu, J., Wang, W., Pu, Y., ... & Sun, W. (2022). Genome-Wide Identification of C2H2 ZFPs and Functional Analysis of BRZAT12 under Low-Temperature Stress in Winter Rapeseed (Brassica rapa). International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23(20), 12218. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms232012218
Liu, X., Wei, R., Tian, M., Liu, J., Ruan, Y., Sun, C., & Liu, C. (2022). Combined Transcriptome and Metabolome Profiling Provide Insights into Cold Responses in Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) Genotypes with Contrasting Cold-Stress Sensitivity. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23(21), 13546. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms232113546
Sharma, A., Kumari, V., & Rana, A. (2022). Genetic Variability Studies on Drought Tolerance using Agro-Morphological and Yield Contributing Traits in Rapeseed-Mustard. HTTPS://DOI.ORG/10.23910/1.2022.2878
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Ma, J., Islam, F., Ayyaz, A., Fang, R., Hannan, F., Farooq, M. A., ... & Zhou, W. (2022). Wood vinegar induces salinity tolerance by alleviating oxidative damages and protecting photosystem II in rapeseed cultivars. Industrial Crops and Products, 189, 115763. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2022.115763
Hasanuzzaman, M., Raihan, M., Hossain, R., Alharby, H. F., Al-Zahrani, H. S., Alsamadany, H., ... & Nahar, K. (2023). Foliar Application of Ascorbic Acid and Tocopherol in Conferring Salt Tolerance in Rapeseed by Enhancing K+/Na+ Homeostasis, Osmoregulation, Antioxidant Defense, and Glyoxalase System. Agronomy, 13(2), 361. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy13020361
Gul, H. S., Ulfat, M., Zafar, Z. U., Haider, W., Ali, Z., Manzoor, H., ... & Athar, H. U. R. (2022). Photosynthesis and Salt Exclusion Are Key Physiological Processes Contributing to Salt Tolerance of Canola (Brassica napus L.): Evidence from Physiology and Transcriptome Analysis. Genes, 14(1), 3. https://doi.org/10.3390/genes14010003
Raihan, M. R. H., Rahman, M., Mahmud, N. U., Adak, M. K., Islam, T., Fujita, M., & Hasanuzzaman, M. (2022). Application of Rhizobacteria, Paraburkholderia fungorum and Delftia sp. Confer Cadmium Tolerance in Rapeseed (Brassica campestris) through Modulating Antioxidant Defense and Glyoxalase Systems. Plants, 11(20), 2738. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11202738
Liao, Y., Tang, Y., Wang, S., Su, H., Chen, J., Zhang, D., ... & Liu, L. (2023). Abscisic acid modulates differential physiological and biochemical responses to cadmium stress in Brassica napus. Environmental Pollutants and Bioavailability, 35(1), 2168216. https://doi.org/10.1080/26395940.2023.2168216
Yu, Y., Dong, J., Li, R., Zhao, X., Zhu, Z., Zhang, F., ... & Lin, X. (2023). Sodium hydrosulfide alleviates aluminum toxicity in Brassica napus through maintaining H2S, ROS homeostasis and enhancing aluminum exclusion. Science of The Total Environment, 858, 160073. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.160073
Elahi, N. N., Raza, S., Rizwan, M. S., Albalawi, B. F. A., Ishaq, M. Z., Ahmed, H. M., ... & Ditta, A. (2022). Foliar Application of Gibberellin Alleviates Adverse Impacts of Drought Stress and Improves Growth, Physiological and Biochemical Attributes of Canola (Brassica napus L.). Sustainability, 15(1), 78. https://doi.org/10.3390/su15010078
Hemati, A., Alikhani, H.A., Babaei, M. et al. Effects of foliar application of humic acid extracts and indole acetic acid on important growth indices of canola (Brassica napus L.). Sci Rep 12, 20033 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-21997-5
Brown, C., Gulden, R. H., Shirtliffe, S. J., & Vail, S. (2022). A Review of the Genetic, Physiological and Agronomic Factors Influencing Secondary Dormancy Levels and Seed Vigour in Brassica napus L. Canadian Journal of Plant Science, (ja). https://doi.org/10.1139/cjps-2022-0155
Haj Sghaier, A., Tarnawa, Á., Khaeim, H., Kovács, G. P., Gyuricza, C., & Kende, Z. (2022). The Effects of Temperature and Water on the Seed Germination and Seedling Development of Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). Plants, 11(21), 2819. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants11212819
Mazhar, M. W., Ishtiaq, M., Maqbool, M., & Akram, R. (2022). Seed priming with Calcium oxide nanoparticles improves germination, biomass, antioxidant defence and yield traits of canola plants under drought stress. South African Journal of Botany, 151, 889-899. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sajb.2022.11.017
Zhao, Y., Gao, L., Gao, Z., Tian, B., Chen, T., Xie, J., ... & Jiang, D. (2022). Exploring a rhizobium to fix nitrogen in non-leguminous plants by using a tumor-formation root pathogen. Phytopathology Research, 4(1), 48. https://doi.org/10.1186/s42483-022-00154-w
Tatarintsev, N.P., Zakharchenko, N.S., Shmarev, A.N. et al. Effects of Diphenylurea on Energy-Storage Reactions of Photosynthesis in Rapeseed Ontogenesis. Russ. Agricult. Sci. 48 (Suppl 1), S69–S73 (2022). https://doi.org/10.3103/S1068367422070205
Zhang, X., Fang, T., Huang, Y. et al. Transcriptional regulation of photomorphogenesis in seedlings of Brassica napus under different light qualities. Planta 256, 77 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00425-022-03991-3
Tomaszewska-Sowa, M., Lisiecki, K., & Pańka, D. (2022). Response of Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) to Silver and Gold Nanoparticles as a Function of Concentration and Length of Exposure. Agronomy, 12(11), 2885. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12112885
Saffari, M.R., Jafarzadeh Kenarsari, M., Farnia, A. et al. Growth Analysis and Oil Quality of Canola (Brassica napus L.) Treated with Zinc Nanochelate and Zinc Sulfate Under Different Irrigation Regimes. Gesunde Pflanzen (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10343-022-00825-w
Dong, R., Liu, R., Xu, Y., Liu, W., & Sun, Y. (2022). Effect of foliar and root exposure to polymethyl methacrylate microplastics on biochemistry, ultrastructure, and arsenic accumulation in Brassica campestris L. Environmental Research, 215, 114402. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2022.114402
Yang, J., Yu, Y., Ma, C., & Zhang, H. (2023). Direct absorption of atmospheric lead by rapeseed siliques is the leading cause of seed lead pollution. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 443, 130284. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2022.130284
Liu, F., Wang, F., Wang, X., Liao, G., Zhang, Z., Yang, Y., & Jiao, Y. (2022). Rapeseed Variety Recognition Based on Hyperspectral Feature Fusion. Agronomy, 12(10), 2350. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12102350
Hu, F., Lin, C., Peng, J., Wang, J., & Zhai, R. (2022). Rapeseed Leaf Estimation Methods at Field Scale by Using Terrestrial LiDAR Point Cloud. Agronomy, 12(10), 2409. https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy12102409
TAO, J. B., ZHANG, X. Y., WU, Q. F., & Yun, W. A. N. G. (2022). Mapping winter rapeseed in South China using Sentinel-2 data based on a novel separability index. Journal of Integrative Agriculture. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jia.2022.10.008
Liu, W., & Zhang, H. (2023). Mapping annual 10 m rapeseed extent using multisource data in the Yangtze River Economic Belt of China (2017–2021) on Google Earth Engine. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 117, 103198. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jag.2023.103198
Fernando, H., Ha, T., Attanayake, A., Benaragama, D., Nketia, K. A., Kanmi-Obembe, O., & Shirtliffe, S. J. (2022). High-Resolution Flowering Index for Canola Yield Modelling. Remote Sensing, 14(18), 4464. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs14184464
Shirtliffe, S., Johnson, E., & Duddu, H. (2022). Image-based remote approach of Canola yield modelling with cumulative temporal ground cover for precision agronomy. Authorea Preprints. https://doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10508285.1
Lawes, R., Mata, G., Richetti, J. et al. Using remote sensing, process-based crop models, and machine learning to evaluate crop rotations across 20 million hectares in Western Australia. Agron. Sustain. Dev. 42, 120 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-022-00851-y
PROCESSING, QUALITY & PRODUCTS
Černilová, B., Kuře, J., Linda, M., & Chotěborský, R. (2022). Tracing of the rapeseed movement by using the contrast point tracking method for DEM model verification. https://doi.org/10.15159/ar.22.052
Wang, W., Yang, B., Huang, F., Zheng, C., Li, W., Liu, T., & Liu, C. (2022). Synchronous pressing and refining after solid-phase preadsorption technology as a new method for rapeseed oil preparation. LWT, 168, 113939. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lwt.2022.113939
Uquiche, E., Sánchez, B., Marillán, C., & Quevedo, R. (2022). Simultaneous extraction of lipids and minor lipids from microalga (Nannochloropsis gaditana) and rapeseed (Brassica napus) using supercritical carbon dioxide. The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 190, 105753. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.supflu.2022.105753
Wang, S., Wang, J., Dong, G., Chen, X., Wang, S., Feng, L., ... & Bai, Q. (2022). Effect of Different Extraction Methods on Quality Characteristics of Rapeseed and Flaxseed Oils. Journal of Food Quality, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/8296212
Ning, N. I. N. G., Bing, H. U., BAI, C. Y., LI, X. H., Jie, K. U. A. I., HE, H. Z., ... & ZHAO, S. M. (2023). Influence of two-stage harvesting on the properties of cold-pressed rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) oils. Journal of Integrative Agriculture, 22(1), 265-278. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jia.2022.09.015
Sendzikiene, E., Makareviciene, V., & Santaraite, M. (2022). Simultaneous Extraction of Rapeseed Oil and Enzymatic Transesterification with Butanol in the Mineral Diesel Medium. Energies, 15(18), 6837. https://doi.org/10.3390/en15186837
Zhang, Y., Xiao, H., Lv, X., Zheng, C., Wu, Z., Wang, N., ... & Wei, F. (2023). Profiling and spatial distribution of phenolic compounds in rapeseed by two-step extraction strategy and targeted metabolomics combined with chemometrics. Food Chemistry, 401, 134151. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.134151
Zhang, Y., Xiao, H., Lv, X., Wang, D., Chen, H., & Wei, F. (2022). Comprehensive review of composition distribution and advances in profiling of phenolic compounds in oilseeds. Frontiers in Nutrition, 2646. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.1044871
Fadairo, O. S., Nandasiri, R., Nguyen, T., Eskin, N., Aluko, R. E., & Scanlon, M. G. (2022). Improved Extraction Efficiency and Antioxidant Activity of Defatted Canola Meal Extract Phenolic Compounds Obtained from Air-Fried Seeds. Antioxidants, 11(12), 2411. https://doi.org/10.3390/antiox11122411
Tian, Y., Zhou, Y., Kriisa, M., Anderson, M., Laaksonen, O., Kütt, M. L., ... & Yang, B. (2023). Effects of fermentation and enzymatic treatment on phenolic compounds and soluble proteins in oil press cakes of canola (Brassica napus). Food Chemistry, 409, 135339. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.135339
Pham, V. D., Korver, D. R., & Gänzle, M. G. (2023). Conversion of Phenolic Acids in Canola Fermentation: Impact on Antimicrobial Activity against Salmonella enterica and Campylobacter jejuni. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.2c08322
Tileuberdi, N., Turgumbayeva, A., Yeskaliyeva, B., Sarsenova, L., & Issayeva, R. (2022). Extraction, Isolation of Bioactive Compounds and Therapeutic Potential of Rapeseed (Brassica napus L.). Molecules, 27(24), 8824. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27248824
Fadairo, O.S., Nandasiri, R., Eskin, N.A.M. et al. Air Frying as a Heat Pre-treatment Method for Improving the Extraction and Yield of Canolol from Canola Seed Oil. Food Bioprocess Technol 16, 639–651 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11947-022-02961-7
Nandasiri, R., Fadairo, O., Nguyen, T., Zago, E., Anas, M., & Eskin, N. M. (2022). Optimized Production of Canolol Using Microwave Digestion as a Method of Pre-Treatment. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods12020318
Nandasiri, R., Fadairo, O., Nguyen, T., Zago, E., Anas, M. U., & Eskin, N. A. (2023). Optimization of Canolol Production from Canola Meal Using Microwave Digestion as a Pre-Treatment Method. Foods, 12(2), 318. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods12020318
Marcinkowski, D., Czwartkowski, K., Bochniak, M., Wereńska, M., & Krzaczek, P. (2022). Reuse of Bleaching Earth: The Green Solution for Rapeseed Oil Producers. Sustainability, 14(20), 13071. https://doi.org/10.3390/su142013071
Hou, Z., Jiang, S., Cao, X., Cao, L., Pang, M., Yang, P., & Jiang, S. (2023). Performances of phospholipids and changes of antioxidant capacity from rapeseed oil during enzymatic degumming. LWT, 173, 114222. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lwt.2022.114222
Rashidian, M., Gharachorloo, M., Bahmaei, M., Ghavami, M., & Mirsaeedghazi, H. (2022). Effects of solvent concentration on refining (degumming, dewaxing and deacidification) of canola oil using membrane filtration. Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. https://www.ijcce.ac.ir/article_699874.html
Lu, T., Guo, Y., Shi, J., Li, X., Wu, K., Li, X., ... & Xiong, Y. (2022). Identification and Safety Evaluation of Ochratoxin A Transformation Product in Rapeseed Oil Refining Process. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 70(47), 14931-14939. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jafc.2c04532
Wen, Y. Q., Xue, C. H., Zhang, H. W., Xu, L. L., Wang, X. H., Bi, S. J., ... & Jiang, X. M. (2023). Concomitant oxidation of fatty acids other than DHA and EPA plays a role in the characteristic off-odor of fish oil. Food Chemistry, 404, 134724. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.134724
Rabiej-Kozioł, D., Tymczewska, A., & Szydłowska-Czerniak, A. (2022). Changes in Quality of Cold-Pressed Rapeseed Oil with Sinapic Acid Ester-Gelatin Films during Storage. Foods, 11(21), 3341. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods11213341
Zhang, L., Chen, J., Zhang, J., Sagymbek, A., Li, Q., Gao, Y., ... & Yu, X. (2022). Lipid oxidation in fragrant rapeseed oil: Impact of seed roasting on the generation of key volatile compounds. Food Chemistry: X, 16, 100491. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fochx.2022.100491
Zhang, L., Chen, J., Zhao, X., Wang, Y., & Yu, X. (2022). Influence of roasting on the thermal degradation pathway in the glucosinolates of fragrant rapeseed oil: Implications to flavour profiles. Food Chemistry: X, 16, 100503. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fochx.2022.100503
Tan, M., Zhang, HB., Ye, PP. et al. Distinguishing strong, mellow and light fragrant rapeseed oils in China using physicochemical, nutritional and aroma profiles. Food Measure (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11694-022-01729-z
Drabińska, N., Siger, A. & Jeleń, H. Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography-time of flight mass spectrometry as a tool for tracking roasting-induced changes in the volatilome of cold-pressed rapeseed oil. Anal Bioanal Chem (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00216-022-04486-6
Coughlan, R., Kilcawley, K., Skibinska, I., Moane, S., & Larkin, T. (2023). Analysis of volatile organic compounds in Irish rapeseed oils. Current Research in Food Science, 6, 100417. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crfs.2022.100417
Liang, Q., Xiong, W., Zhou, Q., Cui, C., Xu, X., Zhao, L., ... & Yao, Y. (2023). Glucosinolates or erucic acid, which one contributes more to volatile flavor of fragrant rapeseed oil?. Food Chemistry, 135594. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2023.135594
Vlassa, M., Filip, M., Țăranu, I., Marin, D., Untea, A. E., Ropotă, M., ... & Sărăcilă, M. (2022). The Yeast Fermentation Effect on Content of Bioactive, Nutritional and Anti-Nutritional Factors in Rapeseed Meal. Foods, 11(19), 2972. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods11192972
Taranu, I., Pistol, G. C., Anghel, A. C., Marin, D., & Bulgaru, C. (2022). Yeast-Fermented Rapeseed Meal Extract Is Able to Reduce Inflammation and Oxidative Stress Caused by Escherichia coli Lipopolysaccharides and to Replace ZnO in Caco-2/HTX29 Co-Culture Cells. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23(19), 11640. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms231911640
Guo, L., Guo, Y., Wu, P., Liu, S., Gu, C., Wu, M., ... & He, R. (2022). Enhancement of Polypeptide Yield Derived from Rapeseed Meal with Low-Intensity Alternating Magnetic Field. Foods, 11(19), 2952. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods11192952
Plankensteiner, L., Yang, J., Bitter, J. H., Vincken, J. P., Hennebelle, M., & Nikiforidis, C. V. (2023). High yield extraction of oleosins, the proteins that plants developed to stabilize oil droplets. Food Hydrocolloids, 137, 108419. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.108419
Huang, W., Xu, H., Pan, J., Dai, C., Mintah, B. K., Dabbour, M., ... & Ma, H. (2022). Mixed-Strain Fermentation Conditions Screening of Polypeptides from Rapeseed Meal and the Microbial Diversity Analysis by High-Throughput Sequencing. Foods, 11(20), 3285. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods11203285
Kaugarenia, N., Beaubier, S., Durand, E., Aymes, A., Villeneuve, P., Lesage, F., & Kapel, R. (2022). Optimization of selective hydrolysis of cruciferins for production of potent mineral chelating peptides and napins purification to valorize total rapeseed meal proteins. Foods, 11(17), 2618. https://doi.org/10.3390/foods11172618
Wang, Y., Rosa-Sibakov, N., Edelmann, M., Sozer, N., Katina, K., & Coda, R. (2022). Enhancing the utilization of rapeseed protein ingredients in bread making by tailored lactic acid fermentation. Food Bioscience, 50, 102028. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fbio.2022.102028
Momen, S., & Aider, M. (2023). Production of highly soluble and functional whey/canola proteins through complexation using alkaline electro-activation. Food Hydrocolloids, 137, 108395. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.108395
Shen, P., Yang, J., Nikiforidis, C. V., Mocking-Bode, H. C., & Sagis, L. M. (2023). Cruciferin versus napin–Air-water interface and foam stabilizing properties of rapeseed storage proteins. Food Hydrocolloids, 136, 108300. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodhyd.2022.108300
Li, C., Shi, D., Stone, A., Wanasundara, J., Tanaka, T., & Nickerson, M. (2022). Select functional properties of protein isolates obtained from canola meals modified by solid-state fermentation. Authorea Preprints. https://doi.org/10.22541/au.166576503.35339303/v1
Li, C., Shi, D., Stone, A., Wanasundara, J., Tanaka, T., & Nickerson, M. (2022). Effect of solid-state fermentation on select antinutrients and protein digestibility of cold-pressed and hexane-extracted canola meals. Authorea Preprints. https://doi.org/10.22541/au.167157004.42104415/v1
Schubert, M., Erlenbusch, N., Wittland, S., Nikolay, S., Hetzer, B., & Matthäus, B. (2022). Rapeseed Oil Based Oleogels for the Improvement of the Fatty Acid Profile Using Cookies as an Example. European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology, 124(11), 2200033. https://doi.org/10.1002/ejlt.202200033
Bagnani, M., Ehrengruber, S., Soon, W. L., Peydayesh, M., Miserez, A., & Mezzenga, R. (2022). Rapeseed Cake Valorization into Bioplastics Based on Protein Amyloid Fibrils. Advanced Materials Technologies, 2200932. https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.202200932
Dissanayake, T., Trinh, B. M., Mekonnen, T. H., Sarkar, P., Aluko, R. E., & Bandara, N. (2023). Improving properties of canola protein-based nanocomposite films by hydrophobically modified nanocrystalline cellulose. Food Packaging and Shelf Life, 35, 101018. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fpsl.2022.101018
Zhang, Q., Ma, Y., Qi, Z., Jia, C., Yao, Y., & Zhang, D. (2022). Optimisation on uniformity and compressibility of rapeseed straw cellulose fiber mixtures for straw/mineral hybrid natural fiber composite. Industrial Crops and Products, 189, 115852. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2022.115852
Martinez Diaz, J., Grande, P. M., & Klose, H. (2023). Small-scale OrganoCat processing to screen rapeseed straw for efficient fractionation into cellulose, sugars, and lignin. Frontiers in Chemical Engineering, 5, 1. https://doi.org/10.3389/fceng.2023.1098411
Jerman, M., Böhm, M., Dušek, J., & Černý, R. (2022, November). Effect of surface treatment of straw on microstructure and mechanical properties of rapeseed particleboards. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2611, No. 1, p. 040005). AIP Publishing LLC. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0119795
Jerman, M., Böhm, M., Dušek, J., & Černý, R. (2022, November). Water vapor and thermal properties of newly developed rapeseed particleboards. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2611, No. 1, p. 040004). AIP Publishing LLC. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0119793
Tene Tayo, J. L., Bettelhäuser, R. J., & Euring, M. (2022). Canola Meal as Raw Material for the Development of Bio-Adhesive for Medium Density Fiberboards (MDFs) and Particleboards Production. Polymers, 14(17), 3554. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14173554
Abookleesh, F., Mosa, F. E., Barakat, K., & Ullah, A. (2022). Assessing Molecular Docking Tools to Guide the Design of Polymeric Materials Formulations: A Case Study of Canola and Soybean Protein. Polymers, 14(17), 3690. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14173690
Sousa, D., Salgado, J. M., Cambra-López, M., Dias, A., & Belo, I. (2023). Bioprocessing of oilseed cakes by fungi consortia: Impact of enzymes produced on antioxidants release. Journal of Biotechnology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbiotec.2023.01.008
Heidari, F., Øverland, M., Hansen, J. Ø., Mydland, L. T., Urriola, P. E., Chen, C., ... & Hu, B. (2022). Solid-state fermentation of Pleurotus ostreatus to improve the nutritional profile of mechanically-fractionated canola meal. Biochemical Engineering Journal, 187, 108591. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bej.2022.108591
Beaubier, S., Pineda-Vadillo, C., Mesieres, O., Framboisier, X., Galet, O., & Kapel, R. (2023). Improving the in vitro digestibility of rapeseed albumins resistant to gastrointestinal proteolysis while preserving the functional properties using enzymatic hydrolysis. Food Chemistry, 407, 135132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodchem.2022.135132
Jingting Yao, Ying Hang, Xueming Hua, Ningyu Li, Xiang Li, "Hepatopancreas-Intestinal Health in Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) Fed with Hydrolyzable Tannin or Rapeseed Meal", Aquaculture Nutrition, vol. 2022, Article ID 6746201, 14 pages, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/6746201
Zhang, B., Liu, N., Hao, M., Xie, Y., & Song, P. (2022). Effects of substitution of soybean meal with rapeseed meal and glutamine supplementation on growth performance, intestinal morphology, and intestinal mucosa barrier of Qiandongnan Xiaoxiang Chicken. Animal Bioscience, 35(11), 1711-1724. https://doi.org/10.5713/ab.21.0467
Wiśniewska, Z., Kołodziejski, P., Pruszyńska, E., Konieczka, P., Kinsner, M., Górka, P., ... & Kaczmarek, S. A. (2023). Effect of emulsifier and multicarbohydrase enzyme supplementation on performance and nutrient digestibility in broiler diets containing rapeseed meal. Poultry Science, 102(1), 102268. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psj.2022.102268
Li, P., Ji, X., Deng, X., Hu, S., Wang, J., Ding, K., & Liu, N. (2023). Effect of rapeseed meal degraded by enzymolysis and fermentation on the growth performance, nutrient digestibility and health status of broilers. Archives of Animal Nutrition, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/1745039X.2022.2162801
Khalil, M. M., Abdollahi, M. R., Zaefarian, F., Chrystal, P. V., & Ravindran, V. (2023). Broiler Age Influences the Apparent Metabolizable Energy of Soybean Meal and Canola Meal. Animals, 13(2), 219. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani13020219
Czech, A., Nowakowicz-Debek, B., Łukaszewicz, M. et al. Effect of fermented rapeseed meal in the mixture for growing pigs on the gastrointestinal tract, antioxidant status, and immune response. Sci Rep 12, 15764 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-20227-2
Stødkilde, L., Mogensen, L., Bache, J. K., Ambye-Jensen, M., Vinther, J., & Jensen, S. K. (2023). Local protein sources for growing-finishing pigs and their effects on pig performance, sensory quality and climate impact of the produced pork. Livestock Science, 267, 105128. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.livsci.2022.105128
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Razzaghi, A., Leskinen, H., Ahvenjärvi, S., Aro, H., & Bayat, A. R. (2022). Energy utilization and milk fat responses to rapeseed oil when fed to lactating dairy cows receiving different dietary forage to concentrate ratio. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 293, 115454. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2022.115454
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