Topic: Biosafety research oilseed rape

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Forecast model for volunteer rape

(2008 – 2011) Julius Kühn-Institut, Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants (JKI), Institute for Biosafety of Genetically Modified… more

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Oilseed rape with low persistence – a strategy for controlling gene transfer through volunteer rape

(2008 – 2011) University of Hohenheim, Faculty of Agricultural Science, Institute for Crop Production and Grassland Research, Stuttgart more

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Genetic research into the heredity of persistence (secondary dormancy)

(2008 – 2011) University of Göttingen, Department of Crop Sciences, Plant-Breeding Unit, Göttingen more

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Oilseed rape with closed flowers (Cleistogamic oilseed rape)

Varieties with closed flowers - a useful strategy for restricting pollen dispersal in oilseed rape?

(2008 – 2011) Julius-Kühn-Institut (JKI), Federal Research Centre for Cultivated Plants (JKI), Institute for Biosafety of Genetically Mo… more

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Producing transplastomic oilseed rape and maize lines

(2008 – 2011) Cell Biology and Cell Culture group, Botanics, Dept. I, Biology Faculty, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München more

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cleistogamic and conventional oilseed rape

“After this year we will know whether cleistogamic oilseed rape is a suitable method for the biological containment of foreign genes.”

A flowering oilseed rape field near Braunschweig: While one half of the field glows bright yellow, the other half looks somewhat paler. This h… more

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Flower size comparison:  diploid turnip rape (left), tetraploid turnip rape (centre) and oilseed rape (right)

Invasiveness of oilseed rape plants

(2004 – 2009) University of Osnabrück, Biology, Systematic Botany, Osnabrück more


Genetically modified oilseed rape in Canada: Taking stock after ten years of cultivation

Although genetically modified oilseed rape is not yet grown in Europe, it now accounts for just under 90 percent of the total oilseed rape … more


Oilseed rape flower

Rape seeds in the soil still viable after ten years

Ten years after the end of a release trial with genetically modified oilseed rape, Swedish scientists found oilseed rape plants on the former … more

Research Oilseed Rape

Oilseed rape and his big family

Oilseed rape belongs to the Brassicaceae or mustard family, which has many branches. It is related to several species found in Central Europe … more