Brassica


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Related to Brassica: Brassica juncea, Brassica rapa
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cabbage, turnip, bok choy, mustard greens) but the seeds from some brassica species also have been a source of oil for more than 4,000 years, with the oil used initially as lamp oil, then as an industrial lubricant, and more recently as edible oil.
I haven't even mentioned the roughly 30 other species of brassica, most of which produce some relatively obscure forms of cabbage or mustard.
Most of the bulb-producing brassicas fit this description.
Broccoli and related vegetables in the Brassica family are loaded with health-promoting compounds known as phenolics.
In pits of control and T3 treatments 6kg buffalo dung and Brassica juncea cake were filled alone whereas in T1 and T2 the material was filled in layers.
The present studies were conducted with the objective to find out the effect of allelopathic water extracts from sorghum, sunflower, brassica and mulberry on mortality of cabbage aphid which severely damages canola crop in Pakistan.
Key words: Brassica carinata, aphids, infestation, photosynthesis rate, Brevicoryne brassicae, Lipaphis erysimi.
Keeping in view strong direct effect of total glucosinolates and moderate direct effect of linolenic acid, these quality parameters could also serve for the selection of lines with low erucic acid in Brassica breeding programs.
Brassica oleracea (Brassicaceae) is a perennial plant up to 2 meters high, with broad, glaucus leaves of up to 40 cm in rosette at the apex of a thick rounded stem.
This innovative nutraceutical ingredient was born out of research from scientists at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and further developed into a growing commercial opportunity by Brassica Protection Products LLC.
A one tablespoon portion of unprocessed mustard seeds contains a healthy amount of selenium, manganese, omega-3 fatty acids, and glucosinates--phytochemcials found in brassica vegetables, which are well-touted for cancer-fighting abilities.
Pick yellowing leaves offBrussels sprouts and other brassicas promptly, to prevent spread of grey mould and brassica downy mildew.
Pick yellowing leaves off Brussels sprouts and other brassicas promptly, to prevent spread of grey mould and brassica downy mildew.
Earlier the most abundant pollen of Brassica napus and Salix caprea were identified in the honey from Central Lithuania (Ceksteryte, 2002; Baltrusaityte et al.