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Slominski B.A.,University of Manitoba | Jia W.,University of Manitoba | Rogiewicz A.,University of Manitoba | Nyachoti C.M.,University of Manitoba | Hickling D.,Canola Council of Canada
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry | Year: 2012

The objective of the current study was to evaluate the chemical and nutritive composition of meals derived from a newly developed yellow-seeded Brassica napus canola and the canola-quality Brassica juncea. In comparison with its conventional black-seeded counterpart, meal derived from yellow-seeded B. napus canola contained more protein (49.8 vs 43.8% DM), more sucrose (10.2 vs 8.8% DM), and less total dietary fiber (24.1 vs 30.1% DM). B. juncea canola showed intermediate levels of protein, sucrose, and dietary fiber (47.4, 9.2, and 25.8%, respectively). The reduction in fiber content of yellow-seeded B. napus canola was a consequence of a bigger seed size, a lower contribution of the hull fraction to the total seed mass, and a lower content of lignin with associated polyphenols of the hull fraction. The meal derived from yellow-seeded B. napus canola would appear to have quality characteristics superior to those from black-seeded B. napus or yellow-seeded B. juncea. © 2012 American Chemical Society. Source


Jha R.,University of Alberta | Overend D.N.,Ridley Inc. | Simmins P.H.,Danisco | Hickling D.,Canola Council of Canada | Zijlstra R.T.,University of Alberta
Animal Feed Science and Technology | Year: 2011

Among wheat classes based on end use, the nutritional quality of wheat for pigs is expected to vary. Therefore, Canada Prairie Spring Red (CPSR), Canada Prairie Spring White (CPSW), Canada Western Amber Durum (CWAD), Canada Western Hard White Spring (CWHWS) and Canada Western Red Winter (CWRW) wheat are separated out from Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS) wheat, which is the standard wheat for bread also known as hard red spring wheat. Two cultivars from these six wheat classes were characterised for their physico-chemical, feed milling properties and nutritional value for young, growing pigs. Growth and energy digestibility were studied for 3 wk with weaned pigs (12.8 ± 1.2. kg. initial body weight) fed diets containing 650. g/kg. wheat [14.6. MJ. digestible energy (DE)/kg; 14.2. g. digestible lysine/MJ. DE]. Wheat crude protein (on dry matter basis) ranged from 124 to 174. g/kg among classes: 127-165. g for CPSW and CPSR, and 165-170. g/kg for CWAD. Total non-starch polysaccharides ranged from 90 to 115. g/kg among classes. For days 0-21, average daily gain, average daily feed intake and feed efficiency did not differ among wheat cultivars and classes (P>0.05). The coefficient of apparent total tract digestibility of energy in the diet was lowest (P<0.05) for CPSR (0.87), intermediate for CPSW, CWRS, CWHWS (0.87-0.88) and highest for CWAD and CWRW (0.89). Feed pelleting speed and pellet durability did not differ (P>0.05) among wheat diets but pelleting increased viscosity of diets (P<0.001). Principle component analysis revealed the negative impact of fibre components on feed efficiency. In conclusion, despite variations in chemical characteristics and DE content among wheat classes, young pigs fed all classes of wheat including CPSW, CPSR and CWAD may perform effectively. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. Source


Zhang Y.,University of Manitoba | Rempel C.,Canola Council of Canada | Liu Q.,Agriculture and Agri Food Canada
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition | Year: 2014

Canola Council of Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada The rising costs of nonrenewable feedstocks and environmental concerns with their industrial usage have encouraged the study and development of renewable products, including thermoplastic starch (TPS). Starch is an abundant, plant-based biodegradable material with interesting physicochemical characteristics that can be exploited, and this has received attention for development of TPS products. Starch exhibits usable thermoplastic properties when plasticizers, elevated temperatures, and shear are present. The choice of plasticizer has an effect on TPS, even when these have similar plasticization principles. Most TPS have glass transition temperature, Tg, in the range of approximately -75 to 10°C. Glassy transition of TPS is detected by differential scanning calorimeter (DSC) and thermodynamic analyzer (DMA), although DMA has been found to be more sensitive and effective. TPS has low tensile properties, typically below 6 MPa in tensile strength (TS). The addition of synthetic polymers, nanoclay, and fiber can improve TS and water-resistance ability. The moisture sorption behavior of TPS is described in GAB and BET models, from which monolayer moisture content and specific area are derived. Current studies on surface tension, gas permeability, crystallinity, and so on of the TPS are also reviewed. © 2014 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Source


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Canola Council Of Canada | Date: 2011-08-02

Printed materials, namely, pamphlets, booklets, and books in the field of production, processing and use of canola and canola products. Promotion of the use of products containing canola oil through informational campaigns, trade missions, the distribution of advertising materials, namely, printed brochures, printed material, leaflets, bottle neck tags, and point of sale displays; the placement of advertisements in various media formats and providing consumer information about products containing canola oil via an internet web site. Educational services, namely, conducting seminars, workshops and conferences in the field of production, processing and use of canola and canola products and the distribution of course material in connection therewith, namely, printed brochures, pamphlets, booklets, leaflets and books.


Trademark
Canola Council Of Canada | Date: 2003-10-17

Periodical Publications. Promotion of the Production, Processing and Use of Canola and Canola Products Through Informational Campaigns, Seminars, Workshops, Trade Missions and Conferences, the Distribution of Printed Brochures, Pamphlets, Booklets, Leaflets, Bottle Neck Tags and Books, the Placement of Advertisements in Various Media Formats, and the Operation of a Web Site.

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