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rapeseed

(rāp-sēd) [L. rapa, turnip]
The seed of Brassica campestris and other Brassica species, whose oil is used in the manufacture of lubricants and canola oil. The oil made from the seeds of the variety high in erucic acid is used as an industrial lubricant. Oil made from the seeds of the low-erucic-acid variety is relatively low in saturated fat and is commonly known as canola oil.

rapeseed

the seed of Target rape grown specifically for the seed and its oil.

rapeseed meal
as oil cake or meal after rapeseed oil is removed this is a high-protein feed supplement used in cattle. It can be goitrogenic because of its content of isothiocyanate but can be detoxified.
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The first difference was the number of glucosinolates detected in rapeseed meal by using HPLC technique, being 6-11 in those previous studies, as against 12 in our present one.
The report said that EU-27 countries are already using considerable amounts of rapeseed meal in animal feed, however, there is still room for further expansion.
Effect of long-term feeding with graded levels of low glucosinolate rapeseed meal on endocrine status of gilts and their piglets.
Hankkija-Maatalous Oy analysed as part of their in-house control the remaining batch of the rapeseed meal imported to Finland in August 2008 (a total of 2.
Trend analysis of methane production with respect to total volatile fatty acid production showed that the high methane producing group feed formulation (corn bran, rapeseed meal, coconut meal, wheat) had the highest correlation coefficient of 0.
The rapeseed meal has not been delivered to feed plants or used in the production of feed, said the Finnish Food Safety Authority (EVIRA).
2kg rapeseed meal, 5kg bread, 5kg barley, 5kg wholecrop cereals at a protein level of 14.
The facility was acquired in 1990 and produces rapeseed meal and oil.
Rapeseed meal (RSM) is the byproduct remaining after rapeseed is processed and the rapeseed oil is removed.
The data also points out that the EU-25 at the time was close to being self-sufficient for dry forage (94%), pulses (93%), cottonseed meal (90%) or even rapeseed meal (72%), but was heavily dependent on imports of other materials.
Euronext, a completely owned subsidiary of IntercontinentalExchange Group recently declared that it wiould be setting up the merged Rapeseed derivatives complex by the end of 2014, offering the industry both Rapeseed meal and Rapeseed oil futures and options in individual contracts, subject to all applicable regulatory approvals.