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linseed,

seed of the flaxflax,
common name for members of the Linaceae, a family of annual herbs, especially members of the genus Linum, and for the fiber obtained from such plants. The flax of commerce (several varieties of L.
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 plant.

linseed

[′lin‚sēd]
(botany)
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The oil in linseed contains high levels of [alpha]-Linoleic acid (a particular form of Omega-3 fatty acid), it is used as a nutritional supplement.
The Danish laboratory confirmed the detection of GM linseed variety FP967/CDC Triffid only after distribution had taken place.
Canada supplies approximately 70% of the total linseed used in the EU annually.
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Burgen Soya and Linseed bread is a tasty low-GI loaf that has just been launched in Ireland.
Vegetarian Hitler preferred to eat millet or quark with linseed oil.
AWhat It's an annual plant grown for its fibre from which linen is made and the seeds are both eaten and turned into linseed oil.
Aim: In this context the present survey was conducted in order to assess the quantitative profile of publications and patents with keywords Flaxseed, Linseed and Cholesterol, Cholesterol, using the Scopus database, Scielo, Espacenet and INPI (National Institute Intellectual Property).
Basically it's alkanet root powder in something like linseed oil with a bit of turpentine.
Interaction effect between irrigation scheduling and nitrogen levels was found significant with respect to seed yield of linseed (Table 2).
Castor and linseed oils in the non-edible section, also eased on reduced offtake by consuming industries.