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Brassica nigra LRZEZNIK, Jc.Les Nouvelles dermatologiques. 2001, Vol 20, Num 8, pp 505-506, issn 0752-5370, 1Article

Plante regeneration from Brassica nigra (L.) Koch stem protoplastsCHUONG, P. V; BEVERSDORF, W. D.In vitro cellular & developmental biology. 1987, Vol 23, Num 6, pp 449-452, issn 0883-8364Article

Flavonoids in Brassica nigra (L.) Koch, B. oleracea L., B. campestris L. and their natural amphidiploidsAGUINAGALDE, I.Shokubutsugaku Zasshi. 1988, Vol 101, Num 1061, pp 55-60, issn 0006-808XArticle

Studies regarding the myrosinase enzymatic activity from black mustard (Brassica nigra) seedsSTOIN, Daniela; PIRSAN, Paul; RADU, Florina et al.International journal of food, agriculture and environment (Print). 2009, Vol 7, Num 1, pp 44-47, issn 1459-0255, 4 p.Article

Resynthesis of Brassica juncea through interspecific crosses between B. rapa and B. nigraSRIVASTAVA, A; MUKHOPADHYAY, A; ARUMUGAM, N et al.Plant breeding. 2004, Vol 123, Num 2, pp 204-206, issn 0179-9541, 3 p.Article

STUDIES ON CRUCIFERAE. VII: A LEAF SHAPE MUTANT IN BRASSICA NIGRA (L.) KOCHGOMEZ CAMPO C.1979; AN. JARD. BOT. MADR.; ESP; DA. 1979 PUBL. 1980; VOL. 36; PP. 115-118; ABS. SPAArticle

UEBER OEKOLOGISCHE EINFLUESSE AUF LEISTUNG UND QUALITAET DER SAMEN EINIGER SORTEN DER SENFARTEN SINAPIS ALBA, BRASSICA JUNCEA UND BRASSICA NIGRA = ETUDE DE L'INFLUENCE DE FACTEURS ECOLOGIQUES SUR LES PERFORMANCES ET LA QUALITE DES GRAINES DE QUELQUES CULTIVARS DE SINAPIS ALBA, BRASSICA JUNCEA ET BRASSICA NIGRASCHUSTER W; KLEIN H.1978; Z. ACKER- U. PFLANZENBAU; DEU; DA. 1978; VOL. 147; NO 3; PP. 204-227; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 2 P.Article

PMR ASSAY OF ESSENTIAL OILS. III: ASSAY OF ALLYLISOTHIOCYANATE IN MUSTARD OILHASSAN MMA; ABOUTABL EA; EL OBEID HA et al.1980; SPECTROSC. LETTERS; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 13; NO 4; PP. 199-204; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

MUSTARDS AS POSSIBLE OIL AND PROTEIN CROPS FOR AUSTRALIAKIRK JTO; ORAM RN.1978; J. AUSTRAL. INST. AGRIC. SCI.; AUS; DA. 1978; VOL. 44; NO 3-4; PP. 143-156; BIBL. 56 REF.Article

UNTERSUCHUNGEN UEBER INZUCHT- UND HETEROSISERSCHEINUNGEN BEI SCHWARZER SENF (BRASSICA NIGRA L.) = RECHERCHES SUR L'ENDOGAMIE ET L'HETEROSIS CHEZ B.N.SCHUSTER W; ALAWI A; EL SEIDY RG et al.1978; ANGEW. BOT.; DEU; DA. 1978; VOL. 52; NO 3-4; PP. 215-232; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

UEBER DAS VORKOMMEN VON P-HYDROXIBENZOESAEURE IN SENFSAAT. VI: UEBER GEWUERZPHENOLE = PRESENCE D'ACIDE P-HYDROXYBENZOIQUE DANS LA GRAINE DE MOUTARDE. VI. LES PHENOLS DES EPICESSCHULZ JM; HERRMANN K.1981; Z. LEBENSM.-UNTERS. FORSCH.; ISSN 0044-3026; DEU; DA. 1981; VOL. 172; NO 4; PP. 253-256; ABS. ENG; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

APPARENT COMPETITION WITH AN EXOTIC PLANT REDUCES NATIVE PLANT ESTABLISHMENTORROCK, John L; WITTER, Martha S; REICHMAN, O. J et al.Ecology (Durham). 2008, Vol 89, Num 4, pp 1168-1174, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Prospective study of mustard allergy: first study with double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge trials (24 cases)MORISSET, M; MONERET-VAVTRIN, D.-A; MAADI, F et al.Allergy (Copenhagen). 2003, Vol 58, Num 4, pp 295-299, issn 0105-4538, 5 p.Article

Competition, herbivory and genetics interact to determine the accumulation and fitness consequences of a defence metaboliteLANKAU, Richard A; KLIEBENSTEIN, Daniel J.Journal of ecology. 2009, Vol 97, Num 1, pp 78-88, issn 0022-0477, 11 p.Article

A CHEMICAL TRAIT CREATES A GENETIC TRADE-OFF BETWEEN INTRA-AND INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITIVE ABILITYLANKAU, Richard.Ecology (Durham). 2008, Vol 89, Num 5, pp 1181-1187, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Potential for using host resistance to reduce production of pseudothecia and ascospores of Leptosphaeria maculans, the blackleg pathogen of Brassica napusMARCROFT, S. J; SPRAGUE, S. J; SALISBURY, P. A et al.Plant pathology. 2004, Vol 53, Num 4, pp 468-474, issn 0032-0862, 7 p.Article

Inter- and intra-genomic homology of the Brassica genomes : implications for their origin and evolutionTRUCO, M. J; HU, J; SADOWSKI, J et al.Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 1996, Vol 93, Num 8, pp 1225-1233, issn 0040-5752Article

Purification, characterization, and subcellular localization of an acid phosphatase from black mustard cell-suspension cultures : comparison with Phosphoenolpyruvate phosphataseDUFF, S. M. G; LEFEBVRE, D. D; PLAXTON, W. C et al.Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print). 1991, Vol 286, Num 1, pp 226-232, issn 0003-9861, 7 p.Article

Phosphate-starvation response in plant cells : de novo synthesis and degradation of acid phosphatasesDUFF, S. M. G; PLAXTON, W. C; LEFEBVRE, D. D et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1991, Vol 88, Num 21, pp 9538-9542, issn 0027-8424Article

Purification and characterization of a phosphoenolpyruvate phosphatase from Brassica nigra suspension cellsDUFF, S. M. G; LEFEBVRE, D. D; PLAXTON, W. C et al.Plant physiology (Bethesda). 1989, Vol 90, Num 2, pp 734-741, issn 0032-0889Article

Successful induction of trigenomic hexaploid Brassica from a triploid hybrid of B. napus L. and B. nigra (L.) KochPRADHAN, Aneeta; PLUMMER, Julie A; NELSON, Matthew N et al.Euphytica. 2010, Vol 176, Num 1, pp 87-98, issn 0014-2336, 12 p.Article

Bio-accumulation and distribution of heavy metals in black mustard (Brassica nigra Koch)ANGELOVA, Violina; IVANOV, Krasimir.Environmental monitoring and assessment. 2009, Vol 153, Num 1-4, pp 449-459, issn 0167-6369, 11 p.Article

Colza ou moutarde ? = Colza or mustard ?BIZOT, Arnaud.Bulletin de la Société d'histoire naturelle des Ardennes. 2003, Vol 93, pp 74-78, issn 0373-8442, 5 p.Article

Identification of the different Brassica nigra chromosomes from both sets of B. oleracea-B. nigra and B. napus-B. nigra addition lines with a special emphasis on chromosome transmission and self-incompatibilityCHEVRE, A. M; EBER, F; BARRET, P et al.Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 1997, Vol 94, Num 5, pp 603-611, issn 0040-5752Article

Sequence of the 5S rRNA gene from Brassica nigra and its relation to other 5S rRNA genes from BrassicaceaeCAPESIUS, I.Journal of plant physiology. 1993, Vol 142, Num 1, pp 112-114, issn 0176-1617Article

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