The leaf temperature of Indian mustard
was progressively increased with delayed sowing but 20th October and 15th November sown crop was recorded statistically similar leaf temperature at both stages.
Canola quality Indian mustard
oil (Brassica juncea) is more stable to oxidation than conventional Canola oil (Brassica napus).
Response of Indian mustard
(Brassica juncea) varieties to nitrogen under varying sowing dates in eastern Uttar Pradesh.
Genetic diversity analysis in Indian mustard
[Brassica juncea (l.
In comparable to this Ahlawat, (2007) recommended a seed rate of 4-10 kg/ha for the Indian mustard
coli [gamma]-ECS and -GSH synthetase in Indian mustard
enhance the Cd accumulation than wild type (Zhu et al.
Mustard germplasm in Sri Lanka further demonstrated that they were genetically distant from Indian mustard
lines and the German mustard line (Zem).
It has been shown that high biomass-producing plant species such as Indian mustard
(Brassica juncea), corn (Zea mays), and sunflower (Helianthus annus) can accumulate significant amounts of metals when the solubility of these metals is induced through the addition of chemicals such as EDTA (ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid) for Pb or EGTA (ethylene glycol tetraacetic acid) for Cd (Garbisu and Alkorta 2001).
On the main course board, a couple of unusual dishes stood out as worth trying and my South Indian mustard
red chilli chicken, advertised as hot, was tasty without being aggressive and as close to the more familiar garlic chilli chicken as makes no difference.
The hydroponic process uses Indian mustard
sprouts, a plant known as "nature's magnet" for its ability to absorb minerals from the soil.
At the time of writing, the main commercial release in Australia is Roundup Ready (herbicide tolerant) cotton, but other cultivars are: Victoria--canola, Indian mustard
, grapes; ACT--clover; New South Wales--cotton, Indian mustard
; Queensland--cotton, sugarcane, pineapple, papaya; Northern Territory--cotton; South Australia--peas, canola, Indian mustard
; Western Australia--cotton; Tasmania--canola, clover, Indian mustard
2-Propenyl was the predominant glucosinolate in Indian mustard
(F-E75) shoots and an even larger concentration of benzyl glucosinolate was found in Herbcress shoots, with a smaller but still sizeable concentration in the Herbcress roots.
Isolation of erucic acid-free lines of Brassica juncea: Indian mustard
now a potential oilseed crop in Australia.
First are the plants known collectively as phyto-accumulators, such as the Indian mustard
plant, whose leaves and shoots can absorb toxic substances from soil; the leaves can then be harvested and disposed of several times during the growing season.
So they planted Indian mustard
grass in the summer of 1999, allowing the grass to take up lead into its foliage in the process called phytoextraction.