brassica rapa


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Anti cancer, rich in fiber. The wild-shaped deeply lobed LEAVES are where the real vitamins and nutrients are. contain more calcium than any other vegetable. Help keep teeth white and gums healthy, helps fight body odor. Juice or blend in smoothies. In mustard family.
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Improved production of doubled haploids in Brassica rapa through microspore culture.
This study has been focused to estimate the concentrations of some toxic and essential metal ions in the plants namely Azadirachta indica, Syzygium aromaticum, Trachyspermum ammi, Foenicumlum vulgare, Brassica oleracea , Brassica rapa, and Pipper nigrum .
By sequencing Brassica rapa, researchers were able to access half of oilseed rape's genes without having to wrestle with its large and complicated genome.
Entre las que presentan algun uso o importancia economica tenemos a Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum conocida comunmente como berro, misma que se consume actualmente en ensaladas, por su alto contenido en hierro; Brassica rapa, originalmente el nabo silvestre y ahora la canola se comercializan en Mexico como "vaina o silicua" utilizada para alimento de los pajaros (Munoz, 2004).
The Brassica rapa species has also been divided and includes the Chinensis group, pak-choi, Chinese mustard and Chinese white cabbage; the Pekinensis group, pe-tsai and celery cabbage and the Rapifera group, the turnips and rapini.
Lectures: shelf-life monitoring and modelling by e-nose and image-analysis; shelf-life study of packed industrial Ricotta cheese; Volatile compounds as indicators of microbial spoilage; Influence of the oxygen barrier properties of the package on the shelf-life of extra virgin olive oil; Water vapour barrier properties of biodegradable films; shelf-life of Brassica Rapa L.
Scientists are testing a plant called Brassica rapa with the help of kids growing it right in their classrooms?
Those transgenic plants are hybridizing with Brassica rapa, one of the weedy parents of crop canola, according to Suzanne Warwick at Agriculture Canada in Ottawa.
Brassica rapa is a weed species, commonly known as wild mustard, and is also a close relative of Canola an important crop used to produce cooking oil.