Camelina sativa

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Synonyms for Camelina sativa

annual European false flax having small white flowers

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Effect of Environmental and Management Factors on Growth and Seed Quality of Selected Genotypes of Camelina sativa L.
Establishment and in vitro regeneration studies of the potential oil crop species Camelina sativa.
Fatty acid and stable carbon isotope characterization of Camelina sativa oil: Implications for authentication.
Acetamiprid was the most effective insecticide to control aphid in both varieties of Camelina sativa.
Unlike Brazil, where biofuel is manufactured largely from sugar-cane, or the US where it is primarily distilled from corn, one of the Caspian area's ace resources is camelina sativa.
GENERAL INFORMATION Symbol: CASA2 Family: Brassicaceae - mustards or mustard flowers Group: Dicot Family: Brassicaceae - mustards or mustard flowers Duration: Annual, biennial Growth habit: Forb/herb Genus: Camelina Crantz - false flax Species: Camelina Sativa - gold-of-pleasure
Camelina sativa oil fatty acid methyl ester (CME) was produced from Camelina sativa oil by applying the same alkali transesterification method as in the case of LSME, transesterification yield was 97.
The fuel was certified to the new American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D7566/D1655 standard and the biofuel used was derived from the oilseed crops, Camelina sativa (49%) and Brassica carinata (1%), Bombardier said in a statement.
The fuel has been certified to the new American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D7566/D1655 standard and the biofuel portion has been derived from the oilseed crop Camelina sativa.
The biofuel portion is derived from 49% Camelina sativa, oilseed crop, and 1% Brassica carinata.
APRIL: The Navy conducts its first biofuels test on an operational platform when it flies an F/A-18 fighter jet on a blend of aviation petroleum and fuel derived from the camelina sativa seed.
Originated in Europe, Camelina sativa is a member of the mustard family, along with broccoli, cabbage and canola.
The funding, from the Montana Growth Through Agriculture (GTA) program, goes to Great Plains - The Camelina Company, which is developing Camelina sativa (camelina) as an oilseed crop for biodiesel production in Montana, Washington, Oregon and surrounding states.
Skin feels softer and more supple as Camelina Sativa Oil, an exotic seed extract, blends with other conditioning ingredients to create a buoyant elasticity and spring.