cordifolia, closely related to our native Seakale - Crambe
maritima - has a giant round umbel of small creamy flowers, adored by bees.
Nos ultimos anos, o interesse por oleaginosas com potencial para a producao de biodiesel esta sendo intensificado, dentre elas destacam-se o girassol (Helianthus annuus) e o crambe
The additives would be made from the predominant fat molecules--triglycerides--in natural oils of familiar crops like soybean, corn, or canola or from lesser-knowns like pennycress, camelina, and crambe
The Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) at the University of North Dakota today announced a $1 million project at Tesoro's Mandan, North Dakota, oil refinery that will evaluate renewable oil refining technologies for commercial production of diesel, jet, and other fuels and chemicals using local oilseed crops, such as crambe
South Cone is focused on jatropha plantations but also develops short rotation crops such as sunflower, crambe
and castor to secure ongoing revenue stream.
Guy (1999) observed that Brassica crops such as mustard, canola, and crambe
are excellent rotation crops and provide large amount of crop residue that is important for erosion control.
COI sequences from four other poecilosclerid species were used: Iotrochota birotulata (AY561963), Diacarnus spinipoculum (AY561975), Crambe crambe
(AF526297 and AF526298), and Microciona prolifera (AJ704978).
Hill has also most usefully identified the true subjects of a number of the best-known watercolours, especially the view of Crambe
Beck Bridge, near Kirkham (Victoria and Albert Museum), previously misidentified as a portrayal of Chirk Aqueduct (Fig.
Start with white lilac and foxgloves, philadelphus and lilies, great cumulus clouds of crambe
and gypsophila and then squeeze in as many white roses as you can.
A strong nonrandom pattern was found in the interspecific associations, which was mostly due to negative associations between the sponge Crambe crambe
and other sponges in its community.
oil, presently in commercial development, has similar fatty acids to rapeseed oil and was compared alongside it.
Engineers at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign have been working with oils from corn, peanuts, castor, cottonseed, crambe
, linseed, soybeans, rapeseed, sunflowers, sesame and safflower.