Camelina as Feed -

Antinutritive Compounds in Twelve Camelina sativa Genotypes – R. Russo and R. Reggiani – American Journal of Plant Sciences – 2012

Summary: The use of Camelina meal in animal diets may be limited by antinutritive compounds. The content of glucosinolates, phytic acid, sinapine and condensed tannins was evaluated in twelve accessions of Camelina sativa. Camelina showed the presence of three different glucosinolates in the meal, with differences among genotypes regarding the relative abundance of each glucosinolate. Link: http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=24118#.U5sSshZaqlc