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PhD student Saira Hussain analyses protein extracts from canola... Working with scientists from the NSW Department of Primary Industries, she is examining the potential for protease inhibitors from canola meal to be used in treatments for cancer and obesity... The researchers have also discovered the potential for canola meal extracts to stop fat-cell production, paving the way for canola meal compounds to be used in obesity treatments...
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Proteins may push canola to premium markets.. Until now canola meal has been a low-value, stockfeed by-product of canola oil, but researchers have found that proteins extracted from canola meal have potential use in food and pharmaceutical products... The researchers have discovered that peptides derived from canola protein reduce blood-pressure levels in rats - potentially opening the way for canola meal to be incorporated into new 'functional foods' with direct health benefits...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Canola meal has very low value due to inability to be used as viable ingredients in food manufacture... Proteins may push canola to premium markets.. The value of one of Australia's key crops, canola, is being tipped to escalate with the discovery of a potential new, high-value market for canola meal...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Some canola proteins have good technological functionality compared to proteins currently being used for food manufacturing... Our study shows that globulin extracts had significantly higher emulsifying capacity (EC) than albumin extracts and SoyPI at all pH values tested (Figure 1)... The same trend was observed for SoyPI except for pH 9 at which SoyPI-stabilised emulsion had smaller droplet compared to that of globulin extracts even though the EC was not as good...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Canola meal has very low value due to inability to be used as viable ingredients in food manufacture... Proteins may push canola to premium markets.. The value of one of Australia's key crops, canola, is being tipped to escalate with the discovery of a potential new, high-value market for canola meal...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The project "Improving food quality and end use market acceptance of Australian pulses" will run for 3 years, finishing on 30 June 2013... The project also has a research component on cooking quality that links directly with a related GRDC project lead by VIC-Horsham... It is vital that Australian pulses have acceptable or superior qualities to maintain and enhance market share world wide...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Canola is often windrowed to ensure all pods are mature at harvest... In summary, windrowing too early can result in lower yields and oil contents and too late will lead to shattering losses... Canola is sold into a deregulated domestic market and the responsibility of finding an acceptable price and arranging a buyer rests with the grower...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Canola is often windrowed to ensure all pods are mature at harvest... In summary, windrowing too early can result in lower yields and oil contents and too late will lead to shattering losses... Canola is sold into a deregulated domestic market and the responsibility of finding an acceptable price and arranging a buyer rests with the grower...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
PhD student Saira Hussain analyses protein extracts from canola... Working with scientists from the NSW Department of Primary Industries, she is examining the potential for protease inhibitors from canola meal to be used in treatments for cancer and obesity... The researchers have also discovered the potential for canola meal extracts to stop fat-cell production, paving the way for canola meal compounds to be used in obesity treatments...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The latest annual statistics regarding the global use of GM crops show that growers continue to reap the economic and environmental benefits of agricultural biotechnology, particularly in developing countries, after two decades of use... Since 1996 when GM crops were planted on just 1.7 million hectares, they have now been planted across close to 200 million hectares of arable land worldwide... Growers in up to 28 countries have reaped more than US$150 billion (A$202 billion) in benefits from their use...
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