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Canola: a quality brassica oilseed

, : Canola: a quality brassica oilseed. Advances in new crops Proceedings of the first national symposium ' New crops: research, development, economics' , Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, 23-26 October 1988: 211-215

The introduction and adoption of rape (Brassica napus) and turnip rape (B. campestris) in Canada and the development of varieties low in erucic acid, linolenic acid and glucosinolates is outlined.

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