Canadian Flax and Rape Seed 1958.
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Canadian Flax and Rape Seed 1958.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesCanada Board of Grain Commissioners Grain Research Laboratory Crop Bulletin -- 72
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Open LibraryOL21953475M

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It served initially as a forum for cash trades in Canadian grains, but in introduced trading in wheat futures and subsequently added futures trading in barley, oats, flax and rye. In the Exchange was re-organized as a voluntary, unincorporated non-profit organization and its name was changed to the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. An analysis of brown Canadian flaxseed averaged 41% fat, 20% protein, 28% total dietary fibre, % moisture and % ash [4,5]. The protein content of the seed decreases as the oil content. Blakely, R. M., and R. W. Anderson. 1 Studies with rapeseed oilcake meal. II. The effect of the inclusion of protamone in the diet, on the thyroid enlargement induced by the feeding of rapeseed oilcake meal to turkey poults. Sci. Agr. Board of Grain Commissioners for Canada. Canadian flax and rape- seed. Crop Bull. Importance of climate, plant breeding, and economics to production of oil seeds in Canada is considered. The influence of temperature and rainfall on the oil content and fatty acid composition of linseed and rapeseed is discussed. Major changes in the fatty acid composition of rapeseed oil can be effected by modern techniques in plant breeding and selection, i.e. erucic acid content can be.