Camelina as Feed -

Variability of specific components in Camelina sativa oilseed cakes – B. Matthäus and J. Zubr – Industrial Crops and Products – 2000

Summary: Extensive new knowledge about agrotechnical aspects and agro-industrial exploitation of Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz was acquired between 1995-1998. Seed and oil cakes from ten different localities in Europe and in Scandinavia, were analyzed. Qualitative parameters significant to the biological value of the fodder, such as the content of glucosinolates, sinapine, condensed tannins, inositol phosphates and the content of heavy metals cadmium, nickel and zinc, were determined. Link: http://elmu.umm.ac.id/file.php/1/jurnal/I/Industrial%20Crops%20and%20Products/Vol12.Issue1.Jun2000/383.pdf