Variation of glucosinolates in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) accessions.

@article{Malik2010VariationOG,
  title={Variation of glucosinolates in wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum) accessions.},
  author={Mohammad Suleman Malik and Melissa B. Riley and Jason K. Norsworthy and William Parker Bridges},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={58 22},
  pages={
          11626-32
        }
}
Glucosinolate composition was determined in wild radish accessions from eight states in the northeastern and southern United States to determine the variability of production among accessions. Glucosinolates were evaluated from roots, leaves, flowers, primary, and secondary branches. Seventeen glucosinolates were identified, with glucoerucin, glucoraphenin, glucobrassicin, and gluconasturtiin contributing 90% to 100% of the total glucosinolates. Flowers contained the highest glucosinolate… CONTINUE READING
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