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canola

(kə-nō′lə)
n.
1. Any of several varieties of the rape plant having seeds containing oil that is very low in erucic acid and high in monounsaturated fatty acids.
2. An edible oil made from such a plant.

canola

see brassicanapus.
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Where T1= Sole crop of canola; T2 = One row of wheat alternating with one row of canola (30 cm apart one wheat row); T3 = Two rows of wheat alternating with two rows of canola (45 cm apart two wheat rows); T4 = Four rows of wheat alternating with four rows of canola (75 cm apart four wheat rows); T5 = Mixed intercropping of wheat + canola Means in a column not sharing a common letter differ significantly by Fisher's protected Least Significant Difference at 5 % probability Level
Canola has been found to shorten the lifespan of animals while, in others it lowers the platelet count and increases the size of the platelet cells.
But other farmers want to grow canola, which is pressed to extract oil for food or fuel, as a rotation crop.
The parameters studied during the period of experiment were biological yield of sugarcane, stripped cane yield, canola yield, number of millable canes, cane length and stem girth.
Dr Ashworth said narrow windrow burning of canola stubble represented an important and cheap non-fungicidal tool to control sclerotinia.
Means were compared by the following orthogonal contrasts, at 5% probability: C1--soybean meal versus canola meal, C2--soybean oil versus canola oil, C3--soybean meal +soybean oil versus canola meal+canola oil.
Broderick (now retired) and his colleagues divided 50 lactating dairy cows into 5 groups and varied their diets (high and low amounts of soybean meal, high and low amounts of canola meal, and a mix of low canola and low soybean meal).
North Prairie Gold Extra Virgin Canola Oil undergoes a single cold-pressing process to create high quality artisan oil without being refined, Pender
Conclusion: Nigella sativa produces antilipidaemic and anti-obesity effects by decreasing low density lipoprotein cholesterol level which is statistically significant in two out of the three groups fed on Ns; it also increased high density cholesterol which was however non-significant in comparison with Canola oil alone.
It was listed among the chief importer of canola from Australia Canada during the preceding year to a quantity of 737 thousand tonnes of canola draining a major share of national economy in foreign import.