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Glucosinolates in
Rapeseeds:
Analytical Aspects
J-P. WATHELET
editor
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For the Commission of the European Communities Glucosinolates in Rapeseeds:
Analytical Aspects WORLD CROPS:
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Analytical Aspects
Proceedings of a Seminar in the CEC Programme of Research on Plant
Productivity, held in Gembloux (Belgium), 1-3 October 1986
edited by
J-P. WATHELET
Faculte des Sciences Agronomiques de I'Etal
Chaire de Chimie Generate el Organique
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PRINTED IN THE NETHERLANDS GLUCOSINOLATES IN RAPESEEDS
Analytical Aspects
CONTENTS
PREFACE VII
SPEECH OF WELCOME VIII
SESSION
THE BCR PROGRAMME - FOOD ANALYSIS 1
P.J. Wagstaffe
COMPARISON OF MYROSINASE ACTIVITY ASSAYS 14
S. Palmieri, R. Iori and 0. Leoni
OPTIMIZATION OF SILYLATION REACTIONS OF DESULPHOGLUCOSINOLATES 26
BEFORE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
A. Landerouin, A. Guinsac and D. Ribaillier
DETERMINATION OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN CRUCIFER VEGETABLES FOR 38
HUMAN CONSUMPTION AND RAPESEED
B.G. Muuse and H.J. Van Der Camp
APPROACH TO DETERMINATION OF HPLC RESPONSE FACTORS FOR 50
GLUCOSINOLATES
R. Buchner
ISOLATION OF INTACT GLUCOSINOLATES BY COLUMN CHROMATOGRAPHY 59
AND DETERMINATION OF THEIR PURITY
B. Bjerg and H. S^rensen
COMPARISON OF PROCEDURES FOR OPTIMUM EXTRACTION. PURIFICATION 76
AND ANALYSIS OF DESULFO INDOLYL GLUCOSINOLATES
R. Buchner
OPTIMIZATION OF GLUCOSINOLATES DESULPHATION BEFORE HPL - 90
CHROMATOGRAPHY
A. Quinsac and D. Ribaillier
ANALYSIS OF INDIVIDUAL GLUCOSINOLATES IN RAPESEEDS . 109
COMPARISON BETWEEN DIFFERENT METHODS
J-P Wathelet, R. Biston, M. Marlier and M. Severin
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF GLUCOSINOLATES IN OILSEED RAPE 125
BASED ON HPLC OF DESULPHOGLUCOSINOLATES AND HPLC OF
INTACT GLUCOSINOLATES
B. Bjerg and H. S^rensen VI
QUICK REFLECTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF TOTAL GLUCOSINOLATE 151
CONTENTS IN TRADE SAMPLES
G. Röbbelen
ANALYSIS OF QUALITY PARAMETERS OF WHOLE RAPESEED BY N.I.R.S. 163
R. Biston, P. Dardenne, M. Cwikowski, J-P Wathelet and M. Severin
GLUCOSINOLATE ANALYSIS IN WHOLE RAPESEED BY NEAR INFRARED 173
REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPY
M. Renard, C. Bernard, M. Deschamps, V. Furtoss, M. Lila,
A. Quinsac, J-M Regnier and D. Ribaillier.
FUTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR GLUCOSINOLATE ANALYSIS - A U. K. VIEW 177
R.K. Heaney and G.R. Fenwick
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMANDATIONS 192
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS5