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  • Improvement of functional properties of rapeseed (Brassica

    Improvement of functional properties of rapeseed (Brassica

    Rapeseed was selected because its meal after extraction of oil, is an agro industrial waste product. Improvement in its functional properties can lead to its use in

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  • SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION OF MELATONIN FROM

    SUPERCRITICAL CARBON DIOXIDE EXTRACTION OF MELATONIN FROM

    optimized extraction conditions were obtained at 300 bar, 50 176;C for 120 min. This extract exhibited highest content of melatonin (660.72177;41.05 ng/g of dry mustard powder), maximum in vitro hypocholesterolemic (60.11177;3.89%) and

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  • Impact of Fermentation on Phenolic Compounds in Leaves of

    Impact of Fermentation on Phenolic Compounds in Leaves of

    Four different cultivars of Chinese Brassica vegetables (two pak choi cultivars and two Chinese leaf mustard cultivars) were fermented according to a traditional Chinese method called pickling. The plant material was investigated before and after the fermentation procedure to determine the qualitative and quantitative changes in its polyphenols.

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  • Canadian Journal of Animal Science   NRC Research Press

    Canadian Journal of Animal Science NRC Research Press

    Brassica straw is a good example of a crop residue that arises from the harvesting of oilseed crops including Brassica napus, Brassica campestris and Brassica juncea.

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  • Soxhlet Extraction Method  Estimation Of Fat In Food

    Soxhlet Extraction Method Estimation Of Fat In Food

    This method is an efficient method to extract all the fat present in the food. Hence it is used in oil extraction units for better recovery of oil. This method is also applied to the deoiled cake which is collected from screw impellers rather than high pressure expression.

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  • Extraction methods for Xanthomonas campestris pv

    Extraction methods for Xanthomonas campestris pv

    campestris (Xcc) in 107 Brassica seedlots. Sub samples of 5,000 or 10,000 seeds were extracted in saline with a centrifugation step after 5 min shaking incubation, followed by stationary incubation or shaking incubation, and plating on semi selective media (FS and NSCAA or mCS20ABN).

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  • Field demonstration of reduction of lead availability in

    Field demonstration of reduction of lead availability in

    A field demonstration of reduction of lead availability in a soil and cabbage (Brassica Chinensis L.) contaminated by mining tailings, located in Shaoxing, China was carried out to evaluate the effects of applications of phosphorus fertilizers on Pb fractionation and Pb phytoavailability in the soil.It was found that the addition of all three P fertilizers including single super phosphate (SSP

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  • Health Affecting Compounds in Brassicaceae   Jahangir

    Health Affecting Compounds in Brassicaceae Jahangir

    Brassica can be cultivated under hydroponic conditions such that lead to high levels of nutritionally important minerals such as Cr, Fe, Mn, Folate contents of some selected Fijian foods using tri enzyme extraction method. (Brassica compestris)

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  • Extraction Method of Silver Lead by Smelting

    Extraction Method of Silver Lead by Smelting

    Extraction Method of Silver Lead by Smelting View Larger Image Although the subject has no practical bearing on the metallurgy of the present day, it may not be entirely uninteresting to note how the art of silver lead smelting has been, and in a few remote districts of Peru is still practiced by an old method, and under conditions widely

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  • The aqueous extraction of glucosinolates from rapeseed

    The aqueous extraction of glucosinolates from rapeseed

    The losses of seed constituents from Brassica campestris var. Toria for various conditions of the leaching process developed at the Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute (ODNRI) were

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  • Chemical characterization and in vitro fermentation of

    Chemical characterization and in vitro fermentation of

    Brassica straw is a good example of a crop residue that arises from the harvesting of oilseed crops including Brassica napus, Brassica campestris and Brassica juncea.

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  • Extraction techniques of medicinal plants

    Extraction techniques of medicinal plants

    Extraction techniques of Medicinal plants Extraction, as the term is used pharmaceutically, involves the separation of medicinally active portions of plant or animal tissues from the inactive or inert components by using selective

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  • The aqueous extraction of glucosinolates from rapeseed

    The aqueous extraction of glucosinolates from rapeseed

    The losses of seed constituents from Brassica campestris var. Toria for various conditions of the leaching process developed at the Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute (ODNRI) were studied. Boiling seeds for 3 min at a seed/water ratio of 13 was sufficient to allow inactivation of the

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  • Extraction, Isolation and Characterization of Bioactive

    Extraction, Isolation and Characterization of Bioactive

    Oct 02, 20100183;32;Extraction. Extraction is the crucial first step in the analysis of medicinal plants, because it is necessary to extract the desired chemical components from the plant materials for further separation and characterization.

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  • Phytoremediation of Arsenic and Lead Using Brassica rapa

    Phytoremediation of Arsenic and Lead Using Brassica rapa

    The purpose of this study was to determine the ability of Brassica rapa to absorb soluble arsenic and lead from soil and to analyze the effects of soil pH on this process. Based on standard sorption trends, it is expected that the lower the soil pH, the more lead will be absorbed and the higher the soil pH, the more arsenic will be absorbed.

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  • Oral Bioaccessibility and Exposure Risk of Metal(loid)s in

    Oral Bioaccessibility and Exposure Risk of Metal(loid)s in

    Vegetables such as Hon Tsai Tai broccoli (Brassica compestris L. var bioaccessibility assessment was performed using the physiologically based extraction test (PBET) method described by Intawongse and Dean Ikeda, M. Correlation between concentration in urine and in blood of cadmium and lead among women in Asia. Sci. Total

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  • 07 chapter 2.pdf  Reactive Oxygen Species  Antioxidant

    07 chapter 2.pdf Reactive Oxygen Species Antioxidant

    Studies on the effect of waste water 39 . manganese and lead in Triticum aestivum and Brassica compestris irrigated with distillary and tannerary effluents revealed that the concentration of all the treated metals was significantly higher than the permissible limit by FAO/WHO (1984). zinc.

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  • Genome Wide Identification, Molecular Evolution, and

    Genome Wide Identification, Molecular Evolution, and

    Here, a comprehensive analysis of the PMEI gene family in Brassica campestris, an important leaf vegetable, was performed. We identified 100 Brassica campestris PMEI genes (BcPMEIs), among which 96 BcPMEIs were unevenly distributed on 10 chromosomes and nine tandem arrays containing 20 BcPMEIs were found.

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  • Drought impact on Pb/Cd toxicity remediated by biochar in

    Drought impact on Pb/Cd toxicity remediated by biochar in

    Impact of cadmium and lead treatments on various attributes of Brassica compestris under biochar, A) Fresh weights of leaf and root; B) Root and stem length; C) Leaves and flower number; D) Lead

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  • BEEF 2015 05 Effect of processing conditions on nutrient

    BEEF 2015 05 Effect of processing conditions on nutrient

    Effect of processing conditions on nutrient disappearance of cold pressed and hexane extracted camelina and carinata meals . in vitro. 1. The meals remaining after oil extraction contain relatively high concentration of protein and, separately for each extraction method using a model that included oilseed and processing conditions.

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  • Peroxidase Enzyme Biology Lab Report Free Essays

    Peroxidase Enzyme Biology Lab Report Free Essays

    ABSTRACT In order to determine the properties of an enzyme, a peroxidase enzyme was extracted from a brassica compestris (turnip) and tested under various temperatures, pH levels, and by a competitive inhibitor (hydroxylamine).

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  • 07 chapter 2.pdf  Reactive Oxygen Species  Antioxidant

    07 chapter 2.pdf Reactive Oxygen Species Antioxidant

    07 chapter 2.pdf Download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online.

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  • Brassicaceae

    Brassicaceae

    Brassicaceae (/ b r 230; s k e s i i /) or Cruciferae (/ k r u s f r i /) is a medium sized and economically important family of flowering plants commonly

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  • Heating effects on some quality characteristics of date

    Heating effects on some quality characteristics of date

    230 Natural Product Radiance Authenticity is a very important quality criterion for edible oils and fats, because there is a big difference in prices of different types of oil and fat products.

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  • Phytoextraction   University of Hawaii System

    Phytoextraction University of Hawaii System

    Lead concentrations in plant shoots (dry weight basis) of several plants growing on contaminated sites were reported to range from 130 to 8,200 mg per kg [3]. Another investigation of Pb phytoextraction revealed that Brassica juncea and Brassica nigra have high metal accumulating ability [5]. The Pb contents of roots and shoots of various species areincluded in Table 1.

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  • Black Mustard Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage

    Black Mustard Uses, Side Effects, Interactions, Dosage

    Overview Information Black mustard is a plant. The seed and oil from the seed are used to make medicine. Black mustard oil is used for the common cold, painful joints and muscles (rheumatism), and

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  • Transgenic Brassica chinensis plants expressing a

    Transgenic Brassica chinensis plants expressing a

    Brassica compestris L. spp. chinensis is a vegetable crop widely cultivated in South China. It does not synthesize betaine in vivo, and is sensitive to salt, drought, and high temperature stresses. It does not synthesize betaine in vivo, and is sensitive to salt, drought, and high temperature stresses.

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  • Full text of quot;IS 546 mustard oilquot;   Internet Archive

    Full text of quot;IS 546 mustard oilquot; Internet Archive

    REQUIREMENTS 4.1 Description The material shall be obtained from good quality mustard cake or from clean and sound seeds of Brassica compestris Linn., Brassica Juncea Linn. Czern. Coss, or a mixture of these seeds, all belonging to the family Cruciferae, by a process of solvent extraction or from the mustard seeds by the process of

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  • A novel protein kinase from Brassica juncea stimulated by

    A novel protein kinase from Brassica juncea stimulated by

    A novel protein kinase from Brassica juncea stimulated by a protozoan calcium binding protein. q FEBS 2000 A novel protein kinase from Brassica juncea stimulated by a protozoan calcium binding protein Purification and partial characterization Renu Deswal1, Girdhar K. Pandey2,3, Meena Rani Chandok3,*, Nagendra Yadav 3, 178;, Alok Bhattacharya3

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  • Characterization of Stigma Exudates in Aqueous Extracts

    Characterization of Stigma Exudates in Aqueous Extracts

    Polysaccharides and proteins made up more than 97% of the identified components in aqueous extracts from apple , with the polysaccharide to protein ratio being 1.1, as comparable to Brassica compestris (Nishio and Hinata, 1979).

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