hedge mustard

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Synonyms for hedge mustard

stiffly branching Old World annual with pale yellow flowers

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The shoots were sampled from hedge mustard (Sisymbrium officinale) at flowering, canola shoots at buds visible stage, and wheat at anthesis.
The hedge mustard shoots contained a high concentration of 3-butenyl GSL and the canola shoots contained a low concentration of 3-indolylmethyl GSL.
The canola and wheat shoots showed a small peak in the proportion of mineral N present as ammonium in the first week, but this did not occur for the hedge mustard shoots.
Although the rate of N accumulation for the shoot tissues did not differ between the hedge mustard, with its high GSL concentration, and the wheat and canola, this could reflect the 3-butenyl ITC hydrolysed from the hedge mustard being less toxic than the 2-PE ITC released by the Brassica root tissues (Sarwar et al.