genus Brassica

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Synonyms for genus Brassica

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Cruciferous vegetables of genus Brassica -- broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts, among others -- have been recommended for cancer prevention for nearly 20 years.
The crops belonging to the genera Gossypium and Nicotiana are treated as examples of the cotton model, while aspects of several different models are involved in the domestication of the crops belonging to the genus Brassica.
The genus Brassica includes a large range of different crops and a variety of mechanisms, of which only an outline is presented in Figure 7.
Geneva houses the national germplasm collection for vegetables in the genus Brassica, which includes cabbage, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and other vegetables that are valuable dietary sources of beta carotene, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, and other nutrients.
TuMV is the only potyvirus known to infect the genus Brassica causing significant economic loss in Brassica
Canola belongs to the genus brassica, a genus remarkable for its number of horticultural species.
Variability for the fatty acid composition of the seed oil in a germplasm collection of the genus Brassica. Genet.
tumida Tsen and Lee), a variation in the species Brassica juncea belonging to the genus Brassica in the Cruciferae family, is an agriculturally and economically important crop merely cultivated along the Yangtze River in China.
Furthermore, the calibration equation included a large variability of samples belonging to 20 different species of the genus Brassica, most of them being germplasm accessions obtained from a large number of research centers dispersed worldwide.
The concentration of phenolic compounds in the major oilseed crops of the genus Brassica, i.e., canola-rapeseed (B.