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    Evaluation of Agronomic Performance and Seed Oil Composition In this study the agronomic performance, environ- mental adaptability, oilseed production and fatty

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  • Evaluation of Agronomic Performance and Seed Oil Composition

    In this study the agronomic performance, environ- mental adaptability, oilseed production and fatty acid composition of 15 sun- flower varieties cultivated in two underexploited areas of the Plateau de l’Horombe in southern Madagascar were evaluated. Evaluation of Agronomic Performance and Seed Oil Composition In this study the agronomic performance, environmental adaptability, oilseed production and fatty acid composition of 15 sunflower varieties cultivated in two underexploited areas of the Plateau de l’Horombe in southern Madagascar were evaluated. Abstract: Agronomic Performance, Seed Quality and Seed 142-2 Agronomic Performance, Seed Quality and Seed Composition Evaluation in Soybean Inbred Lines Exposed to Environmental Stimuli. Poster Number 932. See more from this Division: C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology See more from this Session: Seed Physiology, Production & Technology: II

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    Interest in oilseed crops for agro-industrial research and development projects has increased in the Mediterranean area, in recent years. Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) is of potential interest for agriculture mainly due to fatty acid content variability in the seed oil. The aim of this study was to assess the agronomic performance of 16 new safflower accessions together with safflower Agronomic evaluation of camelina genotypes selected for seed However, large-seeded camelina genotypes with 1000-seed weight of up to 1.81 g were inferior to small seeded genotypes in terms of yield performance and oil content due to the presence of negative correlations; therefore, large-seeded genotypes appear to be of limited agronomic value only. Moreover, significant genetic variation between Seed and Seed Quality | NC State Extension Publications The Measured Crop Performance bulletins published by North Carolina State University are a good source of information on variety performance. Copies are available from county Extension Service offices. In addition, seed dealers should have a current copy of Sources of Certified Seed as a reference. This publication is available from the NCCIA

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  • Abstract: Agronomic Performance, Seed Quality and Seed

    142-2 Agronomic Performance, Seed Quality and Seed Composition Evaluation in Soybean Inbred Lines Exposed to Environmental Stimuli. Poster Number 932. See more from this Division: C04 Seed Physiology, Production & Technology See more from this Session: Seed Physiology, Production & Technology: II IMPACT OF A HIGH OIL AND PROTEIN ON AGRONOMIC TRAITS AND IMPACT OF A HIGH OIL AND PROTEIN ON AGRONOMIC TRAITS AND OVERALL SEED COMPOSITION IN SOYBEAN New soybean lines have been developed with significantly higher oil, protein + oil and higher meal protein. These soybeans contain a VgD1 gene (highly active acyl-CoA:diacylglycerol acyltransferase, DGAT from . Vernonia galamensis (VgDGAT1A) Genotype x Environment Interactions, Stability, and Agronomic The objectives of this study were to (i) evaluate the influence of years and locations on the fatty acid composition of soybean genotypes with unique fatty acid profiles, (ii) determine which fatty acids and fatty acid profiles are the most stable, and (iii) evaluate agronomic and seed quality traits of mutant soybean lines.

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  • Evaluation of Agronomic and Seed Characteristics in Elevated

    Increasing oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid, is reported to strike the best balance between cold flow properties and oxidative stability in soybean seed oil to enhance biodiesel and produce a better burning fuel. In addition, it is important that elevated oleic acid soybeans have the agronomic traits of local cultivars and maintain oleic acid stability across environments. Research was Correlated responses of fatty acid composition, grain quality changes in the fatty acid composition. High-oil oat cultivars must have adequate grain quality and agronomic performance for use as either an oilseed or high-energy grain feed crop. Important grain quality traits include test weight, seed weight, and groat fraction. Test weight is the most generally used indicator of grain quality in oat Agronomic and technological evaluation of a world safflower phenological trait (days from sowing to flowering), agronomic traits (seed yield by plant and thousand seed weight), technological trait (seed oil content by plant) and pathologic trait (leaf rust resistance). For computation of these parameters, a randomised sample of 5 plants by accession was taken.

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  • IMPACT OF A HIGH OIL AND PROTEIN ON AGRONOMIC TRAITS AND

    IMPACT OF A HIGH OIL AND PROTEIN ON AGRONOMIC TRAITS AND OVERALL SEED COMPOSITION IN SOYBEAN New soybean lines have been developed with significantly higher oil, protein + oil and higher meal protein. These soybeans contain a VgD1 gene (highly active acyl-CoA:diacylglycerol acyltransferase, DGAT from . Vernonia galamensis (VgDGAT1A) Genotype x Environment Interactions, Stability, and Agronomic The objectives of this study were to (i) evaluate the influence of years and locations on the fatty acid composition of soybean genotypes with unique fatty acid profiles, (ii) determine which fatty acids and fatty acid profiles are the most stable, and (iii) evaluate agronomic and seed quality traits of mutant soybean lines. Evaluation of Agronomic and Seed Characteristics in Elevated Increasing oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid, is reported to strike the best balance between cold flow properties and oxidative stability in soybean seed oil to enhance biodiesel and produce a better burning fuel. In addition, it is important that elevated oleic acid soybeans have the agronomic traits of local cultivars and maintain oleic acid stability across environments. Research was

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  • Correlated responses of fatty acid composition, grain quality

    changes in the fatty acid composition. High-oil oat cultivars must have adequate grain quality and agronomic performance for use as either an oilseed or high-energy grain feed crop. Important grain quality traits include test weight, seed weight, and groat fraction. Test weight is the most generally used indicator of grain quality in oat Agronomic and technological evaluation of a world safflower phenological trait (days from sowing to flowering), agronomic traits (seed yield by plant and thousand seed weight), technological trait (seed oil content by plant) and pathologic trait (leaf rust resistance). For computation of these parameters, a randomised sample of 5 plants by accession was taken. Seed and Seed Quality | NC State Extension Publications The Measured Crop Performance bulletins published by North Carolina State University are a good source of information on variety performance. Copies are available from county Extension Service offices. In addition, seed dealers should have a current copy of Sources of Certified Seed as a reference. This publication is available from the NCCIA

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  • Genotype x Environment Interactions, Stability, and Agronomic

    The objectives of this study were to (i) evaluate the influence of years and locations on the fatty acid composition of soybean genotypes with unique fatty acid profiles, (ii) determine which fatty acids and fatty acid profiles are the most stable, and (iii) evaluate agronomic and seed quality traits of mutant soybean lines. Evaluation of Agronomic and Seed Characteristics in Elevated Increasing oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid, is reported to strike the best balance between cold flow properties and oxidative stability in soybean seed oil to enhance biodiesel and produce a better burning fuel. In addition, it is important that elevated oleic acid soybeans have the agronomic traits of local cultivars and maintain oleic acid stability across environments. Research was Agronomic and technological evaluation of a world safflower phenological trait (days from sowing to flowering), agronomic traits (seed yield by plant and thousand seed weight), technological trait (seed oil content by plant) and pathologic trait (leaf rust resistance). For computation of these parameters, a randomised sample of 5 plants by accession was taken.

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  • Agronomy Theses and Dissertations | Agronomy | Iowa State

    Agronomic, seed composition and molecular characteristics of soybean lines with novel genes for modified glycinin and beta-conglycinin content, Jonathan Jenkinson. PDF. Genomic analysis of a major seed protein/oil QTL region on soybean linkage group I, Bindu Joseph. PDF 14prlr - Auburn University AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE AND SEED COMPOSITION OF KUELL AND CHECK CULTIVARS IN THE USDA UNIFORM GROUP 8 TESTS (13 LOCATIONS 1) DURING 1997 Line Seed yield Maturity date Height Oil Protein Seed size Lodging bu/a in -percent- g/100 seed score Kuell 38.6 10/31 40 20.9 40.8 13.7 2.0 Cook 36.6 10/24 37 19.5 42.6 14.4 2.0 Agronomic, Blackleg Disease, and Seed Quality Traits in knowledge gaps remain. Relatively little is known about genomic prediction performance for detailed FA composition traits and for some agronomic traits in canola (e.g., lodging, shattering, and vigor). In this study, we investigated genomic prediction in 202 spring canola lines for a total of 22 agronomic,

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