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Camelina Sativa Biology

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Camelina sativa ...

Camelina sativa (C. sativa), an oilseed species rich in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, has gained great importance as an industrial oil platform crop in recent years.Despite the potential benefits of C. sativa for bioenergy applications, limited research has been conducted to improve its agronomic qualities. Hence, a simple and efficient technique for production of transgenic C. sativa plants ...

Extracellular lipids of Camelina sativa: Characterization ...

Jun 21, 2020· Camelina sativa is relatively drought tolerant and requires less fertilizer than other oilseed crops. Various lipid- and phenolic-based extracellular barriers of plants help to protect them against biotic and abiotic stresses. These barriers, which consist of solvent-insoluble polymeric frameworks and solvent-extractable waxes, include the cuticle of aerial plant surfaces and suberized cell ...

Camelina sativa, an oilseed at the nexus between model ...

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Camelina uses, genetics, genomics, production, and ...

Dec 30, 2016· Camelina [Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz], also called false flax, linseed dodder, or gold-of-pleasure is an oilseed crop in the Brassicaceae family.Camelina’s adaptation to vast areas of the world, combined with its unique oil composition and properties useful for the production of biofuels, jet fuel, biobased-products, feed, and food has resurfaced interest in this ancient crop.

(PDF) Genome-Wide Identification and Characterization of ...

Biology Open, 2017. 6(7): p. 1024-1034. 7. Kagale, S., et al., ... The response of Camelina sativa to salt stress was examined. Salt reduced shoot, but not root length. Root and shoot weight were ...

GM Camelina can provide omega-3s for fish - Biology ...

Oct 31, 2017· The project, led by Professor Johnathan Napier, uses Camelina sativa (false flax), a distant relative of oilseed rape. Camelina is naturally high in short-chain omega-3, but it’s long-chain omega-3 that is important for fish food. To change the profile of oils in the seed, the team has introduced synthetic DNA sequences into the camelina genome.

Canada eagerly looks to camelina oil as a fish oil ...

Jul 10, 2017· Camelina sativa, or false flax, is a hardy, oilseed plant that’s rich in omega-3 (n-3) and omega-6 (n-6) fatty acids, protein and antioxidants. Grown worldwide, it’s a tiny seed used for human consumption that also has big potential for driving the “green” economy, from providing environmentally friendly jet fuel to dietary and cosmetic ...

Camelina: A History of Polyploidy, Chromosome Shattering ...

The hexaploid species Camelina sativa (also known as “false flax” and “gold-of-pleasure”) may be the next up-and-coming oilseed crop (Vollmann and Eynck, 2015)—in fact, up-and-coming-back might be a better term, as C. sativa has been cultivated for thousands of years but lost favor to other oilseed crops such as canola (Brassica spp).

Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Camelina sativa ...

Camelina sativa (C. sativa), an oilseed species rich in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, has gained great importance as an industrial oil platform crop in recent years.Despite the potential benefits of C.sativa for bioenergy applications, limited research has been conducted to improve its agronomic qualities. Hence, a simple and efficient technique for production of transgenic C.

Genome-Wide Association Study (GWAS) Analysis of Camelina ...

Camelina sativa is an important renewable oilseed crop for biofuel and feedstock that can relieve the reliance on petroleum-derived oils and reduce greenhouse gases and waste solids resulting from petroleum-derived oils consumption. C. sativa has recently seen revived attention due to its high oil content, high omega-3 unsaturated fatty acids, short life cycle, broader regional adaptation, and ...

Significant enhancement of fatty acid composition in seeds ...

Significant enhancement of fatty acid composition in seeds of the allohexaploid, Camelina sativa, using CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing Wen Zhi Jiang1, Isabelle M. Henry2, Peter G. Lynagh2, Luca Comai2, Edgar B. Cahoon1 and Donald P. Weeks1,* 1Department of Biochemistry and Center for Plant Science Innovation, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, USA 2Department of Plant Biology and UC Davis …

Ketencik (Camelina sativa) Tarımı | Semantic Scholar

Ketencik (Camelina sativa L. Crantz), Brassicaceae familyasina ait tek yillik yagli tohumlu bir bitkidir. Dusuk tarimsal girdi gereksinimi, soguk havaya toleransi, kisa buyume mevsimi gereksinimi, geleneksel tarim ekipmanlariyla uyumlulugu ve yari kurak bolgelerde, dusuk verimli ve tuzlu topraklarda iyi yetisme gibi bircok olumlu tarimsal ozelligi mevcuttur ki bu ozellikleri acisindan yagli ...

Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution

Apr 18, 2018· Phylogenetics of Camelina Crantz. (Brassicaceae) and insights on the origin of gold-of-pleasure (Camelina sativa) Jordan R. Brocka,⁎, Ali A. Dönmezb, Mark A. Beilsteinc,⁎, Kenneth M. Olsena aDepartment of Biology, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 63130, USA

CRISPR/Cas9 editing of three ... - BMC Plant Biology

Jul 04, 2019· Camelina sativa (camelina) is an under-exploited Brassicaceae oilseed crop that has received renewed interest due to a favourable blend of agronomic properties, a high seed oil content (30–49%) with unique composition, and amenability to genetic manipulation and improvement [].Initial efforts in camelina were driven by its potential as a biodiesel feedstock requiring low-input for …

Phylogenetics of Camelina Crantz. (Brassicaceae) and ...

(4)Department of Biology, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 63130, USA. Camelina sativa (false flax or gold-of-pleasure) is an Old World oilseed crop that fell out of use in the mid 20th Century but has recently gained renewed interest as a biofuel source.

GM Camelina Trial: Frequently asked questions | Rothamsted ...

In the laboratory, artificial hybridisation between protoplasts (plant cells without cell walls) of C. sativa and B. napus, B. carinata and B. oleracea has been reported, but with low success and/or sterile hybrids (see, The Biology of Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz/Camelina)

Camelina | Weed Management | Farms.com

Camelina is an annual or winter weed that reproduces by its seeds. It is an emerging oilseed for sustainable biofuel but can also be considered a weed to others. This weed has a pretty high drought tolerance, except when it is in a sensitive growing stage, such as starting to flower.

The Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences

My research focuses on plant evolution and consequences of polyploidization (whole-genome duplication). I study the genus Camelina in the mustard family and work to understand lipid biosynthesis in the emerging biofuel crop, Camelina sativa.I leverage my collections of wild Camelina species from Europe and Western Asia to address questions on the origins of the domesticated crop, and ...

Camelina sativa oil and fatty fish have positive effects ...

Camelina sativa oil and fatty fish are rich in polyunsaturated omega-3 fatty acids, but their health benefits seem to differ. A new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows that Camelina ...

Camelina (Camelina sativa) seeds and oil meal | Feedipedia

Camelina (Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz) is an ancient oil and food crop with current potential for biodiesel production and animal feeding.Morphological description. Camelina is an annual or overwintering herb, which grows to a height of 30-60 cm. The stems are single, usually branched above, glabrous, sometimes with few simple and branched hairs.

Interactions between genetics and ... - BMC Plant Biology

Sep 14, 2020· Camelina sativa (gold-of-pleasure) is a traditional European oilseed crop and emerging biofuel source with high levels of desirable fatty acids. A twentieth century germplasm bottleneck depleted genetic diversity in the crop, leading to recent interest in using wild relatives for crop improvement. However, little is known about seed oil content and genetic diversity in wild Camelina species.

(PDF) The Biology of Canadian Weeds. 142. Camelina alyssum ...

This paper summarizes biological information on three cruciferous weed species: Camelina alyssum, C. microcarpa and C. sativa. Camelina sativa, which had been gathered or cultivated as an oil seed ...

Subject: "Camelina sativa" - PubAg Search Results

Camelina (Camelina sativa L. Crantz) is an oilseed crop belonging to the Brassicaceae family, which is a rich source of oil (28–40 %), as well as an excellent potential source of α-linolenic acid, a precursor for omega-3 fatty acid.

Camelina sativa - Wikipedia

Sep 14, 2020· Camelina sativa (gold-of-pleasure) is a traditional European oilseed crop and emerging biofuel source with high levels of desirable fatty acids. A twentieth century germplasm bottleneck depleted genetic diversity in the crop, leading to recent interest in using wild relatives for crop improvement. However, little is known about seed oil content and genetic diversity in wild Camelina species.

The Biology of Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz (Camelina ...

This document is intended to provide background information on the biology of Camelina sativa, its identity, geographical distribution, reproductive biology, related species, the potential for gene introgression from C. sativa into relatives, and details of the life forms with which it interacts.

Origin and Evolution of Diploid and Allopolyploid Camelina ...

Complexes of diploid and polyploid species have formed frequently during the evolution of land plants. In false flax ( Camelina sativa ), an important hexaploid oilseed crop closely related to Arabidopsis ( Arabidopsis thaliana ), the putative parental species as well as the origin of other Camelina species remained unknown. By using bacterial artificial chromosome–based chromosome painting ...

Camelina Sativa - Science, health and medical journals ...

Camelina sativa is an oilseed crop, suitable for plantation in temperate regions with short crop cycle [105]. It contains desirable essential fatty acids. However, the content of novel fatty acids is less in the seed oil. ... 7 Synthetic Biology in Agriculture Crops.

Transformation of the oilseed crop Camelina sativa by ...

Camelina sativa is a promising under-exploited oilseed crop with potential to become a biofuel feedstock. The ability to transform C. sativa would allow for the rapid introduction of novel traits into this emerging crop. We report the development of an Agrobacterium-based floral dip transformation method, requiring no vacuum-infiltration step, with transformation efficiencies up to 0.8%.