B. juncea is the major crop, occupying approximately 90% of the area under cultivation for brassica oilseeds. Description Notes from observations, tasting etc at Plants For A Future and on field trips.]. Rapeseed is cultivated over an area of 28.23 million hectares with production of about 58.21 Mt, making it the third most important oil plant in the world after palm oil and soybean (FAO, 2010). Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Cultivars have been adapted for worldwide production, from the tropics to the Arctic Circle. Scatter diagram for 1 st and 2 nd PC for fifteen agro-morphological and six seed quality traits in 114 accessions of Brassica campestris L. during 2005. In 1989, a brassica hybrid development program was initiated under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. The stems are gray-green or gray-blue, terete, glabrous, and glaucous. Brassica, (genus Brassica), genus of 37 species of flowering plants in the mustard family (Brassicaceae), many of which are important agricultural crops. Brassicas useful for annual forage production are turnips, swedes, rape, kale, and hybrids. Brassica rapa var. napobrassica L. Vernacular names [edit wikidata 'rutabaga'] Figure 1. Rape. Symbol Scientific Name Other Common Names; BRCA2: Brassica campestris L.: BRCAR2: Brassica campestris L. ssp. Brassica campestris, commonly known as field mustard or turnip mustard, is a plant widely cultivated as a leaf vegetable, a root vegetable, and an oilseed. Table 1.2. Brassica vegetables are consumed throughout the year as the ingredients of different salads or after cooking of raw and frozen vegetables. Description Annual rabi crop 50-200 cm tall and branched Taproot system with many lateral roots concentrated in the shallow subsurface soil. Germany has highest productivity of rapeseed (37.60 q ha–1) followed by the United Kingdom (32.98 q ha–1) and the Czech Republic (29.38 q ha–1). rapa: Previous name used in the website: Synonyms: Family name: BRASSICACEAE: English name: Local name: Ratu aba (රතු අබ) @ rapifera (Metzger) Sinsk. Some species are cultivated as salad, vegetable, and condiment crops as well. It is intended to provide background information on the biology of Brassica rapa L., its centres of origin and related species. Leafy kale divides into two groups based on stem development – stemless and marrow-stemmed. In the Indian subcontinent genetic improvement of seed yield is the prime-breeding objective, while in the Western world breeding for quality receives greater attention (Jonsson, 1973). The importance of India to the development of rapeseed was recognized by the GCIRC (International Rapeseed Research Association) by holding a Technical Meeting in New Delhi in 2009. Herbal medicine: Medicinal properties Medicinal parts Has medicinal uses no Do not self-administer no Do no use if pregnant no Legally restricted no Toxicity precautions Medicinal notes It is juicy in spring (this is the wintered-over turnip).Brassica campestris is most frequently used cooked. Insoluble in water, soluble in oils. Rapeseed oil is obtained from the crushed seeds of the low-erucic acid varieties Brassica napus L. and Brassica campestris L. (Cruciferae) by cold pressing. planted following a maize crop, and then grazed and oversown with annual clover or peas to produce very high annual DM yields. Kale is the most cold-tolerant brassica and can survive severe cold. Raphanus rapa (L.) Crantz. Origin and Description of the Haploid The seed, powdered, with salt is … Brassica rapa subsp. One or more grazings are for top growth and one for root growth. Bland odor. Barbarea derchiensis S.S.Ying. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. + Synonyms. Description: Biodegradable, COSMOS-approved, botanical based polymer made from sustainable tung (China wood) and rapeseed oils. Under European and Canadian conditions, both winter and summer (spring-planted) forms of B. campestris (syn. species that have 3 to 7 veins. Region Metropolitana, Santiago, La Florida, Chile Altitude: 800 m. 12 21, 2005. campestris ), and oil crops, with different crops having very different leaf morphologies. Brassica campestris (Yellow mustard – sarson) Habitat: Cultivated herb grown during cold season. chinensis and Brassica koreana Lee var. The hairy roots of Brassica campestris L are chosen here as a model plant system to investigate the response mechanism of Brassica campestris L. to Cd stress. They have a high yield potential of quality feed with adequate energy and protein. Brassica rapa L. APNI* . and. Insoluble in water, soluble in oils. chinensis Hongkyeongchae, and a seed thereof by abandoning an interspecific hybrid F 1 of Brassica campestris var. Brassica campestris sarson Prain. Stems vary in thickness and length between varieties. Sinskaya. Pl. O.E.Schulz. Briggs Show All Show Tabs colza + Synonyms. Rape. B. campestris) NAME OF APPLICANT (S) TEMPORARY OR EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNATION: VARIETY NAME. Description of Types Group I: Pe-tsai B. campestris L. (Pekinensis group), sometimes referred to as B. pekinensis, is commonly called the pe-tsai group. It forms a flexible and uniform film on the skin and hair for even coverage. Brassica campestris, commonly known as field mustard or turnip mustard, is a plant widely cultivated as a leaf vegetable, a root vegetable, and an oilseed. Steep slopes facing south or a vegetation cover which filters 40 - 80 % of light.In deep shadow. Yellow flowers usually Brassica campestris is both self and cross pollinated others are self pollinated. It more closely resembles rapini or broccoli rabe in appearance than the typical B. chinensis. + Synonyms. There is the opportunity to plant a second crop of stemless kale in the same season. Some rape hybrids are best grown initially for 60 days before grazing, and then regrazed 30 days later. Scientific name: Brassica campestris var. Sugar beet pulp and sugar beet mash silage are also used. The fruit is apod, 5-10 cm long, with two carpals. Brassica napus trilocularis (Roxb.) OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION OF VARIETY . ADDRESS (Street and No. and. Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa (syn. Brassica campestris trilocularis (Roxb.) These species have been cultivated for many centuries and have been extensively crossed and hybridized. Denford. Yellow oily liquid. Planting and Growing Guide for Pak Choy, or Pak choi (Brassica campestris var. Fahey, in Encyclopedia of Food and Health, 2016. The tiny seeds are used, from which an oil with organoleptic characteristics similar to canola oil is obtained. Function i. RuBisCO catalyzes two reactions: the carboxylation of D-ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate, the primary event in carbon dioxide fixation, as well as the oxidative fragmentation of the pentose substrate. APNI* Brassica campestris APNI* . Among Brassica crops, oilseeds have the highest economic value, reflected in the fatty acid composition of the oil. Description Notes from observations, tasting etc at Plants For A Future and on field trips.]. This name is a synonym of Brassica rapa L. by Brassicaceae. Turnip. General Information Indian rape is a biennial plant developed in cultivation from Brassica rapa. pekinensis) Description. Last Record, English  |   Description Notes from observations, tasting etc at Plants For A Future and on field trips.]. Description. Brassica campestris L., a hyperaccumulator of cadmium (Cd), is considered a candidate plant for efficient phytoremediation. Turnip. Brassica campestris toria Duthie & J.B.Fuller. Brassica rapa rapifera Metzg. Most cultivars growing in temperate areas are biennials (Encyclopedia of Life, 2018). Brassica is used as vegetable and its seeds yield oil. Brassica napus subsp. Brassica campestris rapifera (Metzg.) redleaf for the stabilization of a hybrid embryo; back crossing a F 2 plant by using Brassica campestris var. Brassica rapa L. APNI* . Three of the well-known species are not commonly eaten, Arabidopsis (a genetic ‘model organism’), Capsella, and Cardaria, which actually contains a pervasive and invasive weed in western US rangeland in which the phytochemical sulforaphane was first identified. The website also provides access to a database and images of herbarium specimens found at the University of South Florida and other herbaria. Brassicas supply highly digestible, high-quality, high moisture content feed. The present document represents a companion document to Dir94-08. ADDRESS (Street and No. dichotoma) was proposed as developing from hybridization between yellow sarson and brown sarson in Eastern Uttar Pradesh (Prakash & Chopra, 1996). The stemless kale establishes rapidly and reaches maturity in 90 days at 60 cm height. Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. Pronunciation of Brassica campestris with 1 audio pronunciation, 1 meaning, 9 translations and more for Brassica campestris. Description & production. It forms a flexible and uniform film on the skin and hair for even coverage. (Raymer, 2002; Rakow, 2004; Sovero, 1993). napobrassica (L.) Döll Brassica napus subsp. Brassicas usually supply adequate protein with leafy types such as kale or rape, having 20–25% protein in tops but only near 10% in the stems. Brassica campestris subsp. The varietal tops-to-root ratio ranges from 90:10 to 15:85. Pronunciation of Brassica campestris with 1 audio pronunciation, 1 meaning, 9 translations and more for Brassica campestris. Brassica campestris, Linn. Brassica campestris trilocularis (Roxb.) Bailey (2, p, 188) takes a different stand : annua sativa chinensis. Linnaeus's description, nevertheless, indicates the close relation to Brassica campestris, and Lund and Kiaerskou showed this close relation by classifying both Pak-choi and Pe-tsai as Brassica campestris var. The hairless seed pods are ¾ to 4 inches long, with a narrow beak at the tip, and are born on long, ½- to 1-inch stems that point outward or upward. Emphasis has been placed on detailing potential hybridization events between B. rapa and its close relatives. Description References; NDF-RT: N0000184306. Other crucifers used as forage for dairy cattle include: Hybrids: hybrids with Chinese cabbage and other brassicas give useful cultivars, Chinese cabbage×rape (Brassica campestris sensulato×Brassica napus), varieties Pasja and Perkor, Chinese cabbage×turnip (Brassica campestris sensulato×Brassica rapa), variety Tyfon. Next Record  |  The present document represents a companion document to Dir94-08. Stem: Herbaceous above and woody below, erect, branched, cylindrical, slightly hairy. 0. campestris (L.)A.R.Chapman APNI* Brassica rapa subsp. It is believed that Aryans came to northwestern India around 1800 BC and learned the use of brassica oil from the original inhabitants. Bland odor. Care must be taken in introducing cows to brassicas because rumen flora need 2–3 days to adjust. Denford. Brassica rapa is mostly grown in temperate areas with mean annual temperatures of 5.6-25°C with a mean annual precipitation of 350 to 1600 mm . G.Olsson. It is the second most important oil crops in world next to soybean. G.Watt. The plant does not tolerate snow, but can tolerate occasional freezing spells of about - 5° C (the typical morning frost of central Chile). Description Notes from observations, tasting etc at Plants For A Future and on field trips.]. Basal leaves lyrate-pinnatisect, 15–40 cm long, bristly; upper leaves ± lanceolate, glabrescent, sessile and ± bract-like. sylvestris (L.) Janch. Since these vegetable gene pools have remained isolated for hundreds of generations of selection, there has been considerable development of phenotypes that diverge from a common ancestor. are vegetatively propagated. Cultivars resistant to Sclerotinia would be desirable for both ecological and economic reasons. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. This species has the following hardiness: USDA Hardiness Zone 9. Description Annual rabi crop 50-200 cm tall and branched Taproot system with many lateral roots concentrated in the shallow subsurface soil. Brassica rapa campestris is an annual or biennial plant that is grown in central and northern Europe and, in Italy, mainly in the Po Valley. Kale is the most cold-tolerant. The paleohexaploid crop Brassica rapa harbors an enormous reservoir of morphological variation, encompassing leafy vegetables, vegetable and fodder turnips ( Brassica rapa , ssp. In 1981, many improved varieties were released for cultivation. All rapeseed-contributing cultivated Brassica spp. Cochlearia armoracia L.)), seakale (Crambe maritima), and watercress (Nasturtium spp.) From: Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences (Second Edition), 2011, Surinder Kumar Gupta, in Breeding Oilseed Crops for Sustainable Production, 2016. campestris Metadata This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it. Fodder beet and sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) is fed as a high-energy supplement and as a concentrate substitute to dairy cows in Europe. Other varieties such as Tower-canola and Regent-canola were licensed in 1974 and 1977 respectively, and created through the University of Manitoba, Canada. The most suitable grazing interval varies depending on variety. However, a few of them are cultivated as salad, vegetable, and condiment crops as well. Level areas or slopes facing north.Some shadow. Seeds Shop, First Record   |  Message The user has shared this species from India Biodiversity Portal with you. Unreviewed-Annotation score: -Protein inferred from homology i. Rutabaga. Brassica rapa rapifera Metzg. Brassica species and varieties have major differences in root-to-leaf ratio, stem proportion, yield potential, cold tolerance and the capacity to regenerate after grazing. B. juncea is of much importance in Asia, and B. napus in Europe and Canada. in world oilseed production (FAO, 2010; Raymer, 2002). There is one stemless kale which will regrow if not grazed too heavily. The plant is a member of the tribe Brassiceae of the Brassicaceae (mustard family).Rapini is classified scientifically as Brassica rapa subspecies rapa, in the same subspecies as the turnip, but has also been treated as Brassica rapa ruvo, Brassica rapa rapifera, Brassica ruvo, and Brassica campestris ruvo.. The following is an abbreviated list, with an emphasis on economically important species. Barbarea derchiensis S.S.Ying. They are all highly digestible, with DM digestibility near 90%. (Fig. The two species B. napus and B. rapa are of commercial value in Canada and Australia (Rakow, 2004; Raymer, 2002). & Cosson, B. napus L., and B. carinata A. Braun. DM yields are not as high as with rape or kale. The Cruciferae contains a number of species and a diversity of crop plants that have an amalgam of breeding systems ranging from complete crosspollination to a high level of selfpollination (Rai, 1997; Rai et al., 2007). The largest cabbages in the world have, in fact, been grown near Fairbanks, Alaska, the United States. 1. 2.6 General description Brassica napus is an annual or biennial species (Gulden et al. Oil cake is a better feed for cattle and poultry due to fewer glucosinolates (<30 μmol g–1 oil-free meal). Rangi is best grazed at 90-day intervals, while the Winfred variety is best allowed to accumulate yield for a single 180-day period. Pl. A range of maturity is available between varieties. The root diseases such as take-all, crown rot, and root rot in cereals are also restricted. or RD No., City, State, Zip Code, and Country) … are concentrated in winter.Humid areas, with almost constant rainfall. oleifera (DC.) Description: Annual or biennial to 1 m high, branched, with a stout taproot. Havilah, in Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences, 2002. Cold-tolerant varieties of swedes can be the best brassica in terms of DM yield and protein content. OBJECTIVE DESCRIPTION OF VARIETY . VII Region, Pelarco, Libueno, Chile Altitude: 300 m. 01 03, 2006. If you are interested in the seeds of similar plants, please check out our Seeds Shop. Brassica rapa subsp. Created by admin on Sat Dec 05 21:45:26 EST 2020, Edited by admin on Sat Dec 05 21:45:26 EST 2020. or RD No., City, State, Zip Code, and Country) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY PVPO NUMBER . Brassica campestris rapifera (Metzg.) oleifera DC., Turnip rape, grown as a fodder crop, has larger reddishbrown seeds and non-tuberous taproot. Brassica napus dichotoma (Roxb.) Synonyms: Brassica chinensis L. APNI* Brassica rapa subsp. The toria form (B. rapa ssp. Sinapis dichotoma Roxb. Brassica rapa subsp. The fibre content of brassicas is low (15%) and adequate roughage must be supplied to assist digestion. Since the mode of reproduction and the breeding objectives differ in different species, breeding methods may be quite different within each of them. Brassicas can be sown as a break crop for pasture development allowing the opportunity for further weed control, land preparation, and fertilizer application before establishing a perennial pasture. G.Olsson. Seeds are about 1/16 inch wide, nearly round, and reddish-gray to black (DiTomaso and … Brassica campestris dichotoma (Roxb.) Plant Data Base  |  Leaf: Native Introduced Native and Introduced. World Production of Rapeseed: Five-Year Mean Production in Thousands of Tons.*. All rights reserved. New Forum opened! Brassica rapa sarson (Prain.) Leaves are waxy with a glabrous underside and often have an enlarged base that partially clasps the stem. The introduction of low erucic acid rapeseed is now under way in China and India. Because of its high yields, the European Community was the leading producer of rapeseed oil in 2008 (Gupta, 2012). The period between 1951 and 1980 was the traditional analysis and application phase for brassica development in India, including intense breeding activities and cytogenetic research for practical utilization. sylvestris (L.) Janchen (B. campestris L., p.p.). The present document represents a companion document to the Directive 94-08, entitled Assessment Criteria for Determining Environmental Safety of Plants with Novel Traits. Brassica campestris Linn. Brassica campestris rapa (L.) Hook.f. Brassica vegetables are a large group of primarily herbaceous plants that includes a number of the world's most commonly cultivated vegetables. Brassica rapa sarson (Prain.) Brassicas are useful in extending summer feed supply (e.g. Description of Values. Since the development of ‘canola’, rapeseed low in erucic acid and glucosinolates, research has shifted towards reduction of linolenic acid. Basal leaves lyrate-pinnatisect, 15–40 cm long, bristly; upper leaves ± lanceolate, glabrescent, sessile and ± bract-like. Our philosophy and explanations about this Metzg. Leaf: Simple, alternate, exstipulate, lower ones lyrate and upper oblong or lanceolate, unicostate reticulate venation, hairy, sessile. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. 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O.E.Schulz. Though the progenitor species likely originated in the Mediterranean region, the cultivated brassica vegetables are of cosmopolitan distribution. Phytochemicals: Seed oils yield ocolaza; green top contains potash, fixed oil, sinigrin glycosides, myrosin _enzyme, erucic acid, and volatile oil [6, 16]. campestris (L.)A.R.Chapman APNI* Brassica rapa subsp. The wild Brassica campestris and turnip rape are morphologically very similar and turnip differs from these mainly by the swollen root. It has been found to be at par with soybean meal with good potential for developing high-value protein food and feed. It is similar to Chinese cabbage, but the leaves are smoother and silkier and the thicker and longer stalks provide different uses when sliced into sections. The stems are gray-green or gray-blue, terete, glabrous, and glaucous. alone to fill feed gaps in late-yielding and late-sowing varieties of pastures; oversown with ryegrass or legume to extend production; sown in combination with maize as a bi-crop, providing increased DM yield. DM yields are in the range 5–15 t DM ha−1. Subject. This brassica refers to a small, delicate version of B. chinensis. campestris) has been selectively bred to complete its life cycle quickly under conditions which can be easily set up in the laboratory. Brassicas are native to Europe and temperate Asia and are especially common in the Mediterranean … The Atlas of Florida Plants provides a source of information for the distribution of plants within the state and taxonomic information. Family: BRASSICACEAE Genus: Brassica Species: Rape (Brassica rapa) Alternative Names: Brassica campestris. Follow. Of the 37 species in the Brassica genus, the 4 most widely cultivated species for oilseed and vegetables are Brassica rapa L., B. juncea (L.) Czern. Fodder beet tubers are stored and fed back. It is grown as a spring and autumn grass. Insoluble in water, soluble in oils. These types occur from Ireland in the west to Japan in the east and from northernmost Norway to Sahara (SINSKAIA, 1928). & G. Martens Brassica napobrassica (L.) Mill. This anemophilous species has only a light pollen count during hay fever season. Brassica rapa Mustard family (Brassicaceae) Description: This plant is an annual or biennial about 1-3' tall. In Chile this species grows in the following environmental conditions: Low altitude, interior valleysCoastal mountains, 500 - 2000 m.Coastal areas, 0 - 500 m. Somewhat dry areas where the drought may last 3 - 5 months. Latin name: Brassica napus napus Synonyms: Brassica campestris napus Family: Cruciferae Medicinal use of Rape: The root is emollient and diuretic. Description & production Rapeseed oil is obtained from the crushed seeds of the low-erucic acid varieties Brassica napus L. and Brassica campestris L. (Cruciferae) by cold pressing. Yellow to brownish yellow oil with typical smell and taste. Individuals can grow to 3 feet. One variety of Brassica campestris, another cousin of the mustard family is known as Tobin-canola. Common Name: Indian Rape. CAMPESTRIS POLLEN: Systematic Name English view: view: BRASSICA CHINENSIS VAR. How to say Brassica campestris in English? Sinskaya. Top growth predominates in early growth (first 45 days), then there is a change to root development. Resistance to fungal pathogens and insect pests is frequently investigated in the selection of Brassicas. Havilah, in Encyclopedia of Dairy Sciences (Second Edition), 2011. Metzg. Brassica vegetables include a large number of taxonomically closely related, but morphologically and organoleptically diverse, plants. Each pod contains 15-40 small, round seeds of different colors, weighing 4-6 g per thousand seeds. In English, it is also known as the “flowering Chinese cabbage” because of its little yellow flowers. E.J. Early-autumn growth of brassicas is not always better than from the existing pasture with adequate fertilizer and water. How to say Brassica campestris in English? Raphanus rapa (L.) Crantz. Yellow flowers usually Brassica campestris is both self and cross pollinated others are self pollinated. The maize will be grazed out at first grazing; or. Turnips can be green-chopped or grazed more than once if managed between 30 and 12.5 cm. page. Tzi-Bun Ng, ... Evandro F. Fang, in Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, 2011. Common Name: Turnip. Yellow oily liquid. Русский, Copyright © 2005-2009 Michail Belov. The turnip, says Unger, is derived from a species growing wild at the present day in Russia and Siberia as well as on the Scandinavian peninsula. B. rapa L.) B. campestris is also referred to by such names as toria, sarson, summer turnip rape, and Polish rape. Root: Tap root, branched. Growing from a non-fleshy taproot, it forms a loose rosette of leaves and a flowering stem up to 100cm tall. Stems will elongate at the expense of root development when sown with tall crops. The different stages of the production chain must be optimized in order to minimize the losses of beneficial nutraceutical and bioactive compounds. Brassica juncea L. belongs to the mustard family (Brassicaceae or Cruciferae) and has numerous common names used, e.g., brown mustard, Chinese mustard, or oriental mustard. Description: Biodegradable, COSMOS-approved, botanical based polymer made from sustainable tung (China wood) and rapeseed oils. The important crucifers are propagated from seed, but a few minor crops such as horseradish (Armoracia rusticana Gaertnia, Meyer & Scherb (syn. Some brassicas are biennials but are usually managed as annuals. In one place or another, common names include celery cabbage, Chinese white cabbage, Peking cabbage, pe-tsai, … There is the opportunity to plant a second crop of stemless kale in the same season. Pak Choy is widely used a leafy green in Asian and Italian dishes. Value Class Food Cover; To. Natalija Burbulis, Laima S. Kott, in From Plant Genomics to Plant Biotechnology, 2013. Swedes have a large edible root (swollen stem) and are slow to mature (150–180 days). The world's most commonly known brassicas. Turnips and swedes provide feed in the form of leaves, stems, and bulbs, whereas rape, kale, and hybrids provide feed as leaves and stems. Alfredo Aires, in Processing and Impact on Active Components in Food, 2015. Some brassicas are only suitable for one grazing while others will regenerate for two to three grazings. Brassica, head and stem, subgroup 5A, 5.0 ppm; grape 2.0 ppm; grape, raisin 6.0 ppm; vegetable, bulb, crop group 3-07, 7.0 ppm; vegetable, cucurbit, group 9, 0.50 ppm; vegetable, fruiting, group 8, 1.60 ppm; vegetable, leafy, except brassica, group 4, 25 ppm; vegetable, leaves of root and tuber, group 2, 15.0 ppm; vegetable, root, subgroup 1A, except sugar beet and carrot 0.15 ppm; vegetable, tuberous and corm (except potato), subgroup 1D, 0.02 ppm. Description: Annual or biennial to 1 m high, branched, with a stout taproot. Canada, Poland, the United Kingdom, and Australia contributed about 77% of total world rapeseed mustard production during 2008, with Canada the largest producer contributing 22% (FAO, 2010). The Brassica campestris common ly known as rapeseed mustard is important group of edible oils and vegetables crops belonging to Brassicaceae family. Brassicas produce glucosinolates, which assist in the biofumigation of endophytes, nematodes, and insects. The present invention provides novel Brassica campestris L. ssp. In one place or another, common names include celery cabbage, Chinese white cabbage, Peking cabbage, pe-tsai, won … Brassica parachinensis, or “choy sum” (literally means the heart or the center of a vegetable), is a small, branching, green-stemmed, yellow-flowered plant, similar to but not the same as B. chinensis. High-throughput sequencing technology is used to identify genes related to Cd tolerance. The contribution of Brassica vegetables to health improvement can be related to their phytochemical composition. Brassica rapa L. var. However, spring types of B. campestris are usually preferred and are largely grown in Sweden, Finland, some parts of Canada and northwest China. Yellow to brownish yellow oil with typical smell and taste. Brassicas can be grown alone or in mixtures with grasses: oversow with annual ryegrass to extend the growth period into spring in mild climates. 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