Camelina


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"We will continue to work together with industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and build a more sustainable environment through investments in green infrastructure, energy efficiency, clean energy technologies and the production of cleaner energy and cleaner fuels." Recognized for its potential as a biofuel and bio-lubricant, camelina is a member of the flowering plant family Brassicaceae, which also includes well-known species such as cabbage and cauliflower.
Sam Huttenbauer, CEO of Great Plains, said: "Affordable feedstock is the key to all biofuels, and due to camelina's low inputs and high-quality meal by-product, it has tremendous potential to be competitive with petroleum jet fuel.
Camelina is inedible, making it less likely that its application to jet fuel will affect the world food market.
The biofuel component tested was a mixture of three second-generation biofuel feedstocks: camelina (84%), jatropha (under 16%), and algae (under 1%).
Camelina grows well in the unpredictable dry climates of these states and can be used as a profitable rotational crop with wheat or other small grain crops.
Hill said the company also is trying to foster alternative sources of seed oil crops that can be grown in the Northwest, such as camelina, a crop that's cheap to grow, has a shortgrowing cycle and doesn't require irrigation.
"We've seen Calon L--n quickly gaining a reputation for developing innovative new healthy foods such as camelina oil.
Dow Corning lipids are naturally derived from plant seeds, fruit nuts or kernels--mango, kokum, black currant, evening primrose, borage, camelina and shea--that come from such locations as India, Burma, Bangladesh, Pakistan, East Asia, East Africa, Mexico, Central America and China.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-22 October 2004-Raisio Group Plc acquires remaining shares of Camelina Ltd(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The product contains a botanical blend of camelina oil, cherry, passion fruit, mango and papaya fruit essences that provide a natural source of moisturization.
Yield10 is testing C3003 as a technology to increase seed yield in major crops including Camelina, canola, soybean and corn.
The use of camelina oil may reduce overall and LDL cholesterol levels in people with impaired glucose metabolism, according to a study from the University of Eastern Finland.
Unlike Brazil, where biofuel is made largely from sugar-cane, or the US where it is primarily distilled from corn, one of the Caspian area's ace resources is an indigenous plant called camelina sativa.
Plant growth and proteome stability of wheat under salt stress using elevated potassium fertilization, Characterization and evaluation of camelina (Camelina sativa crantz L.) as a potential oilseed crop under water limited environment, Salinity induced changes in cabbage and their amelioration by K and 5ALA respectively, spokesman added.