Brassica napus


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Synonyms for Brassica napus

Eurasian plant cultivated for its seed and as a forage crop

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Daily number (mean [+ or -] SE, the number of Frankliniella intonsa was calculated per 10 min per 10 flowers) of flower visitors on Brassica napus in fire ant-excluded, fire ant-included, and fire-ant-and-aphid-included plots.
Effect of late season insect infestation on yield, yield components and oil quality of Brassica napus, B.
With regard to that some varieties of Brassica napus are grown increasingly in dry regions of Iran, it is important to examine drought-tolerance physiological reactions of different varieties of Brassica napus to determine the effective tolerance reactions and select the most tolerant species to be grown in water-stressed regions of Iran.
Skinny Tan is brilliant - I love it" Kelly Hoppen - MBE "Skinny Tan is proudly made with a 100% natural tanning active derived from the seeds of the Brassica napus plant", adds Cotton.
Skinny Tan™ is proudly made with a 100% natural tanning active derived from the seeds of the Brassica napus plant", adds Cotton.
A study of genetic diversity among Brassica napus and Brassica juncea germplasm collections using Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) Molecular Markers.
Earlier the most abundant pollen of Brassica napus and Salix caprea were identified in the honey from Central Lithuania (Ceksteryte, 2002; Baltrusaityte et al.
In Brassica napus, hydropriming and osmopriming with polyethylene glycol have been found to improve growth parameters in non stressing conditions (BASRA et al.
The topic of his PhD research was, "Exogenous application of Calcium and Potassium to Alleviate the Adverse Biochemical effects of Drought Stress in Brassica Napus L.
The formulation for diabetes was his most complex formulation and consisted of fruits of Ficus racemosa, bulbs of Allium cepa and Allium sativum, rhizomes of Zingiber officinale, fruits of Capsicum frutescens, and oil obtained from seeds of Brassica napus, the latter being used to fry the other ingredients.
Pollen load pool analysis emphazised three monofloral batches of Brassica napus in March, April and September, and two bifloral pollen batches in June and November, beside the five heterofloral ones.
Improved development of microspore-derived embryo cultures of Brassica napus cv Topas following changes in glutathione metabolism.