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canola oil

[kə′nōl·ə ‚ȯil]
(food engineering)
An edible vegetable oil derived from rapeseed that is low in saturated fatty acids (less than 7%), high in monosaturated fatty acids (60%), and high in polyunsaturated fatty acids (30%).
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Table 3: Effect of wheat-canola intercropping systems on yield and related parameters of canola
Canola has the potential to damage hearts creating fibrosis impairing the action of vitamin E (crucial in inflammation).
Willamette Valley specialty seed and vegetable growers have fought recent attempts by some farmers to loosen the state's long-standing restrictions on canola production.
A study was carried out at Faculty of Agriculture, Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan, KPK, Pakistan to investigate the influence of different planting densities of canola as an intercrop on the cane yield of sugarcane.
Previous studies raked stubble into windrows to increase residue loads, but this was also not effective, as sclerotia became dislodged from the brittle canola stems and were able to enter the soil, he said.
1993), and recent field studies in California have shown it to be more cold and drought tolerant than canola (George et al.
2011--Table 1) in a total of four treatments: SM+SO--control diet with soybean meal and oil; MC+SO--control diet with 25% canola meal replacing soybean meal; MC+CO control diet with 25% of canola meal replacing soybean meal and canola oil completely replacing soybean oil; MC+SO--control diet with soybean meal and canola oil.
Canola production increased rapidly in the 1990s as a cold-tolerant crop and was initially raised for its seed oil.
This minimally processed oil is made from certified canola seed using non-GMO varieties and grown in Saskatchewan, the worlds ideal climate for canola," says Rick Pender, president and CEO of North Prairie Family Farms, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
According to CHS, the Hallock canola plant processes more than 400,000 tons of canola seed annually into canola oil and canola meal.
Results: Estimations of serum lipids showed increase in total cholesterol (TC) and High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (HDL-c) levels but fall in LDL-c concentrations in groups fed on canola oil diet.