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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Longer co-cultivation periods in Brassica napus result in explants turning necrotic and remains devoid of shoot regeneration due to excessive growth of Agrobacterium strain, EHA 101 (pIG 121-Hm) (Khan et al, 2003).
The aim of this study was to find pharmaceutically relevant fractions or active components in the pollen of Brassica napus L.
Brassica napus is mostly produced under rain-fed agriculture conditions; so, the plant reaction to water stress should be taken into account.
In cell cultures of Brassica napus subjected to phosphorus deficiency, the older cells accelerate their decay and death, thereby providing phosphate for growing cells (SINGH et al.
Improved development of microspore-derived embryo cultures of Brassica napus cv Topas following changes in glutathione metabolism.
Availability of data sets relating to factors affecting durability of R genes over successive cropping seasons and new genomic information about the crop host and pathogen makes Brassica napus (oilseed rape)/ Leptosphaeria maculans (phoma stem canker) an ideal model system with which to develop a scheme for deriving criteria for selection and deployment of crop resistance.
The Latin name is brassica napus, which has been corrupted over the years into neeps.
rustica, and Brassica napus as polyploid species evolved under domestication.
al also have presented the germination time average as a main index of brave correlation by percent and appearance value of seedling in the farm of Brassica Napus exhausted germination.
The swede's Latin name is brassica napus, but it's also known as the Swedish turnip.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of different spacing's between or within rows on the agronomic characteristics of three genotypes of Brassica napus new lines (crossed two varieties of H19, goliath), Zarfam and were Pahnab-e-joybar (Local varieties).