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glucosinolates and isothiocyantes in processed rapeseed ...

Glucosinolates and Isothiocyantes in Processed Rapeseed ...

Glucosinolates are well known as natural antimicrobials and anticarcinogenic agents. However, these compounds can lose their properties and transform into antinutrients, depending on processing conditions. In addition, the bitterness of some glucosinolate in rapeseed meal can affect the likability of the final product. Therefore, it is important to identify and determine each glucosinolate and ...

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chemical composition, energy and amino acid digestibility in ...

Chemical composition, energy and amino acid digestibility in ...

Double-low rapeseed meal (DLRSM), a by-product of solvent-extracted rapeseed oil production, is a potential source of vegetable protein for use in swine diets. Double-low rapeseed contains less than 2 % erucic acid in the oil and less than 30 μmol/g glucosinolates in the meal, whereas rapeseed contains 25–45 % erucic acid in the oil and 50 ...

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effects of high fat rapeseed press cake on growth, carcass ...

Effects of high fat rapeseed press cake on growth, carcass ...

The press cake produced in a small oil press contained 341 g crude protein per kg dry matter (DM), 181 g ether extract per kg DM and 23·3 mmol glucosinolates per kg DM. Rapeseed press cake, particularly at 150 g (3·2 mmol glucosinolates) per kg diet, lowered food intake and weight gain, though only significantly in the Pi-sired hybrids.

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effect of the desolventizing/toasting process on chemical ...

Effect of the desolventizing/toasting process on chemical ...

Background During processing in a desolventizer/toaster (DT), rapeseed meal (RSM) is heated to evaporate the hexane and to reduce the level of heat-labile anti-nutritional factors such as glucosinolates (GSL). However, excessive heat treatment may reduce amino acid (AA) content in addition to lower AA digestibility and availability in RSM. The objective of the present study was to produce from ...

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effect of replacing solvent-extracted canola meal with high ...

Effect of replacing solvent-extracted canola meal with high ...

HOLL canola, and low-glucosinolate rapeseed cultivars only differ in the composition of their seed oils, whereas the seed meal is low in glucosinolates and other toxins that could decrease their nutritive value in livestock (Hickling, 2001). The type of fat in dairy cattle diets may have a sig-nificant effect on milk or tissue FA composition (Jen-

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dietary low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal affects thyroid ...

Dietary low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal affects thyroid ...

Two rapeseed (Brassica napus) meals, RM1 and RM2, with two levels of glucosinolates (GLS; 5 and 41 μmol/g DM respectively) were incorporated at the levels of 300 and 500 g/kg of the diets of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in replacement of fish meal, and compared with a fish-meal-based diet.

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quantitative genetic analysis of total glucosinolate, oil and ...

Quantitative genetic analysis of total glucosinolate, oil and ...

The predominant additive component of variation coupled with the high narrow-sense heritability may allow fixation of low levels of total glucosinolate in recombinant inbred lines by selection. Keywords : Brassica carinata , diallel cross, glucosinolates, oil, protein SINET: Ethiopian Journal of Science Vol. 28(2) 2005: 141-150

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gene-edited mustard: less pungent, more useful | explained ...

Gene-edited mustard: Less pungent, more useful | Explained ...

India’s most significant domestically-grown oilseed is rapeseed-mustard. Its share in the country’s production of vegetable oils has been estimated at 42.6% (more than soyabean’s 19.2%) and in that of meal at 30.3% (next to soyabean’s 38.9%), as per the US Department of Agriculture’s data for the marketing year ending September 2023.

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rapeseed meal and its application in pig diet: a review - mdpi

Rapeseed Meal and Its Application in Pig Diet: A Review - MDPI

Rapeseed is the second largest plant protein resource in the world with an ideal profile of essential amino acids. Rapeseed meal (RSM) is one of the by-products of rapeseed oil extraction. Due to the anti-nutritional components (glucosinolates and fiber) and poor palatability, RSM is limited in livestock diets. Recently, how to decrease the anti-nutritional factors and improve the nutritional ...

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biotransformation technology and high-value application of ...

Biotransformation technology and high-value application of ...

Rapeseed meal (RSM) is an agro-industrial residue of increased functional biological value that contains high-quality proteins for animal feed. Due to the presence of antinutritional factors and immature development technology, RSM is currently used as a limited feed additive and in other relatively low-value applications. With increasing emphasis on green and sustainable industrial ...

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safety of whole seeds of oilseed rape (brassica napus ... - efsa

Safety of whole seeds of oilseed rape (Brassica napus ... - EFSA

Whole seeds of rapeseed are mainly used for the production of oil, which is widely consumed in Europe and worldwide. Rapeseed double low (00) varieties are bred to obtain a low erucic acid and glucosinolate content (OECD, 2011). Standards for oils have been described (Codex Alimentarius, 1999 (2017)).

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oil press-cakes and meals valorization through circular ...

Oil Press-Cakes and Meals Valorization through Circular ...

The oil content in sunflower and rapeseed is over 40%, 15–25% in soybean and cotton, another major source is peanut (56%) [ 18 ]. Despite the fact that oilcakes are low-processed materials they ...

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rapeseed meal in animal diets - all about feed

Rapeseed meal in animal diets - All About Feed

On average, rapeseed meal contains on an as-fed basis (90% dry matter) 36-38% crude protein, 10-12% crude fibre, 1-2% lipids (oil), 6-8% ash, less than 1% calcium, and 1.2% total phosphorus. Composition varies widely depending on factors such as origin, growing conditions, the manufacturing process and degree of oil extraction.

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ans 312 -- applied animal nutrition feedstuffs and ration ...

ANS 312 -- Applied Animal Nutrition Feedstuffs and Ration ...

Canola meal is a by-product of a specialized rape seed. Traditional rapeseed contains high amounts of erucic acid and glucosinolate. Canola is a specialized rape with low erucic acid and glucosinolate. Canola was developed in Canada and named accordingly; canola is derived from the phrase Canadian low acid rapeseed.

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brassica juncea : a crop for food and health - springer

Brassica juncea : A Crop for Food and Health - Springer

The Genus Brassica comprises a diversified range of oilseed crops cultivated worldwide for their importance for human nutrition and health. Brassica crops range from invasive weeds to leaf and root vegetables to condiment crops and are also used for fodder, potential biofuel, preparation, and seasoning of food, besides being an important oilseed crop (Raymer 2002; Rahman et al. 2018).

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glucosinolates as undesirable substances in animal feed ...

Glucosinolates as undesirable substances in animal feed ...

particularly rapeseeds, with a low glucosinolate content2. The common practices of selecting low-glucosinolate plant varieties as forage plants and processing crops with a potential high glucosinolate concentration prior to use, together with experience-based recommendations for maximal inclusion rates into animal diets given in textbooks, have ...

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foods | free full-text | the quality of eggs derived from ...

Foods | Free Full-Text | The Quality of Eggs Derived from ...

The most popular protein source in poultry feed mixtures is soybean. However, cheaper and more available alternative protein sources are being sought, and feed manufacturers more and more often turn their attention to the post-extraction meals of local oil plants, e.g., rapeseed. Therefore, the effect of fermented and non-fermented post-extraction rapeseed meal used as a feed additive for ...

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multiple sgrnas for one-step inactivation of the duplicated

Multiple sgRNAs for one-step inactivation of the duplicated

Brassica napus, also known as rapeseed or oilseed rape, is the third largest source of vegetable oil in the world (Hu et al., 2021). The oil is extracted from the seeds which contain 20% protein and 40%–50% oil in the embryo. Postextraction, the remainder is repurposed into rapeseed meal for livestock.

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(pdf) nutritional and anti-nutritional factors present in oil ...

(PDF) Nutritional and anti-nutritional factors present in oil ...

safflower, sesame and niger, second in groundnut, rapeseed and mustard, third in linseed, fifth in soybean and sunflower (Rai et al ., 2016) [37] . The major oilseed growing states in India are

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breeding for quality in rapeseed-mustard: a review

Breeding for quality in rapeseed-mustard: A review

Rapeseed-mustard ranks second among the seven edible oilseeds produced in India, accounting for 28.6% of total oilseed production, following groundnut, which accounts for 27.8% of the Indian oilseed economy. Oilseeds represent around 14.1 percent of India's total cultivated land, with rapeseed-mustard accounting for 3% of that.

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reduced glucosinolate content in oilseed rape - nature

Reduced glucosinolate content in oilseed rape - Nature

4 Altmetric Metrics Abstract The presence of anti-nutritive compounds like glucosinolates (GSLs) in the rapeseed meal severely restricts its utilization as animal feed. Therefore, reducing...

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glucosinolates and isothiocyantes in processed rapeseed ...

Glucosinolates and Isothiocyantes in Processed Rapeseed ...

Several of these Brassica species are important for feed ingredients, notably rapeseed protein, whereas other species are commonly used in human nutrition, such as cauliflower, cabbages, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. Glucosinolates and their derived products determine the typical flavour and (bitter) taste of these vegetables and feedstock [ 1 ].

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glucosinolates as undesirable substances in animal feed ...

Glucosinolates as undesirable substances in animal feed ...

particularly rapeseeds, with a low glucosinolate content2. The common practices of selecting low-glucosinolate plant varieties as forage plants and processing crops with a potential high glucosinolate concentration prior to use, together with experience-based recommendations for maximal inclusion rates into animal diets given in textbooks, have ...

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dietary low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal affects thyroid ...

Dietary low-glucosinolate rapeseed meal affects thyroid ...

Two rapeseed (Brassica napus) meals, RM1 and RM2, with two levels of glucosinolates (GLS; 5 and 41 μmol/g DM respectively) were incorporated at the levels of 300 and 500 g/kg of the diets of juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in replacement of fish meal, and compared with a fish-meal-based diet.

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effects of pressing technology of oil separation and heat ...

Effects of pressing technology of oil separation and heat ...

Moderate heat treatment of rapeseed meal or cake is necessary to inactivate myrosinase and to remove the degradation products of glucosinolates still present in double-low rapeseed. Negative effects of glucosinolates on feed intake, growth rate and thyroid functions were observed in many animal species (for review see Mawson et al., 1994 a, b).

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counteracting the negative effects of rapeseed and rapeseed ...

Counteracting the negative effects of rapeseed and rapeseed ...

Rapeseed contained 20 and rapeseed press cake 19 mmol glucosinolates/kg DM. The proportion of the tested rapeseed products in feed amounted to 0 (control), 50, 100 and 150 g/kg diet. Moist-heat-treated rapeseed and rapeseed press cake with an extremely low glucosinolate content were also given at 150 g/kg diet.

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evaluation of major anti-nutritional factors in oilseed ...

Evaluation of major anti-nutritional factors in oilseed ...

Forty five cultivated varieties of oilseed Brassica belonging to 7 different taxa were analyzed for major antinutritional factors glucosinolates, phytic acid and crude fiber content in seed meal fraction and erucic acid in oil fraction.

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oil press-cakes and meals valorization through circular ...

Oil Press-Cakes and Meals Valorization through Circular ...

The oil content in sunflower and rapeseed is over 40%, 15–25% in soybean and cotton, another major source is peanut (56%) [ 18 ]. Despite the fact that oilcakes are low-processed materials they ...

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chemical composition, energy and amino acid digestibility in ...

Chemical composition, energy and amino acid digestibility in ...

Double-low rapeseed meal (DLRSM), a by-product of solvent-extracted rapeseed oil production, is a potential source of vegetable protein for use in swine diets. Double-low rapeseed contains less than 2 % erucic acid in the oil and less than 30 μmol/g glucosinolates in the meal, whereas rapeseed contains 25–45 % erucic acid in the oil and 50 ...

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full article: a simple spectrophotometric method for ...

Full article: A simple spectrophotometric method for ...

A Rapid and Simple Assay for Identifying Low Glucosinolate Rapeseed. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 1975, 55, 191–196. [Web of Science ®], [Google Scholar] Wetter, L.R.; Youngs, C.G. A Thiourea-UV Assay for Total Glucosinolate Content in Rapeseed Meals. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society 1976, 53, 162–164.

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