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Chemical Composition

INFLUENCE OF CHARLOCK CONTAMINATION ON RAPESEED GLUCOSINOLATE LEVEL AND PROFILE
Author: E.J. Booth1, D.S. Farrington2 and S.K. Dhaliwal2

Composition of olive oil and its nutritional and health effect
Author: Apostolos K. Kiritsakis

TRIACYLGLYCEROLS AND WAX ESTERS IN AUSTRALIAN CANOLA OIL SEDIMENT
Author: Ingrid Bothaa, Kevin Robardsb and Rod Mailera

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF CANOLA-QUALITY SINAPIS ALBA MUSTARD
Author: Bogdan A. Slominski 1, Heather D. Kienzle 1, Ping Jiang 1, Lloyd D. Campbell 1, Mark Pickard 2 and Gerhard Rakow 3

IS THERE A NEED TO REDUCE THE LEVEL OF INDOLE GLUCOSINOLATES IN CANOLA/RAPESEED?
Author: Lloyd D Campbell1, Bogdan A Slominski1 and Soren K Jensen2

CONDENSED TANNINS OF RAPESEED: NEW FINDINGS AND CHALLENGES
Author: Marian Naczk1, Ryszard Amarowicz2, Fereidoon Shahidi3

STORAGE STABILITY OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED CANOLA OILS
Author: Roman Przybylski and Rui Zambiazia

FRYING PERFORMANCE OF MODIFIED CANOLA OILS
Author: Roman Przybylski, Michael Eskin and Laura Normand

KINETICS OF STEROLS CHANGES DURING STORAGE AND FRYING OF CANOLA OILS
Author: Roman Przybylski, Rui Zambiazia and Wei Li

FORMATION OF RAPESEED POSTHARVEST QUALITY AND ITS RESISTANCE TO EXTERNAL LOADS
Author: Andrzej W. Stepniewski

CHARACTERISTICS OF POLISH WINTER CANOLA SEEDS TOWARDS OF USEFULNESS FOR DEHULLING
Author: K. Mińkowski 1), K. Krygier 2)

DIETARY FIBRES FROM CRUCIFEROUS CROPS AND ITS ASSOCIATED COMPOUNDS
Author: Keld Ejdrup Andersen, Charlotte Bjergegaard, Hilmer S°rensen, Jens Chr. S°rensen, and Susanne S°rensen.

METABOLIC ENGINEERING OF THE SINAPINE CONTENT OF BRASSICAáNAPUS SEEDS
Author: Ramesh B. Nair, Richard W. Joy, Joan Schnaider, Xiaohong Shi, RajuáS.S.áDatla, Wilfred A. Keller and Gopalan Selvaraj

NATURAL ANTIOXIDANTS IN WINTER RAPE (BRASSICA NAPUS L.)
Author: ZUKALOV┴ Helena, VAŠ┴K Jan,

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