Note reticulated seed surface. Mustard Greens (Brassica juncea L. Rootstock slender or tuberous. – elongated mustard P: Species Brassica fruticulosa Cyr. Image 5457983 is of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea ) seed(s). Foodplant / spot causer colony of Pseudocercosporella anamorph of Mycosphaerella capsellae causes spots on live leaf of Brassica juncea pl. – mustard P: Species Brassica elongata Ehrh. charc.8. Brassica species are annual, biennial, perennial rarely undershrubs, glaucous or sparsely hirsute. Bailey – Chinese kale P: Species Brassica carinata A. Braun [excluded] P: Species Brassica chinensis L. – pak choi P: Species Brassica cretica Lam. The impact of the development of GMO (genetically modified) canola and mustards is presently unknown. Brassica juncea. Brassica juncea, etc ; Alternaria brassicae; conidia; fungi; leaf spot; Brazil; Show all 6 Subjects Abstract: Alternaria brassicae is reported, for the first time in Brazil, causing leaf spots on common brown mustard (Brassica juncea). Is an annual herbaceous species belonging to the Brassicaceae family. Brassica juncea (L.) Czern., Consp. Plant Cell Tissue Org Cult 108:83 CrossRef Google Scholar The chitinases of B. juncea and C. sativa were named on the basis of their known ortholog of A. thaliana, which showed 10 class-I, 6 class-II, 2 class-III, 25 class-IV and 4 class-V chitinases in B. juncea, and 4 class-I, 21 class-II, 3 class-III, 26 class-IV and 25 class-V in C. sativa, respectively. Brassica juncea (Indian mustard) and C. sativa are the two important oilseed crops that belong to family Brassicaceae and are an essential source of edible oil worldwide. Classes include yellow mustard, oriental mustard and brown mustard. Seeds in various positions. belongs to the Cruciferae (Brassicaceae) plant family, commonly known as the mustard family.The name crucifer is derived from the shape of the flowers that have four diagonally opposed petals in the form of a cross.It's common names are Canola or Brown Mustard. Brassica juncea (AABB), commonly referred to as mustard, is a natural allopolyploid of two diploid species – B. rapa (AA) and B. nigra (BB). Kingdom: Plantae > Division: Spermatophyta > Class: Dicotyledones > Order: Rhoeadales > Family: Cruciferae > Genus: Brassica > Species: Brassica juncea Brassica juncea (L.) … Species Brassica alboglabra L.H. It is by D. Walters and C. Southwick at USDA. Systematic – From a systematic point of view it belongs to the Eukaryota Domain, Plantae Kingdom, Magnoliophyta Division, Magnoliopsida Class, Capparales Order, Brassicaceae Family and therefore to the genus Brassica and to the species B. juncea. 1860 Jan) France 6(8):609. Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. 1859 Mar (E. Cosson, Bull. Plant / associate larva of Eutrias tritoma is associated with Brassica juncea. Erysiphe cruciferarum parasitises live Brassica juncea. Download : Download high-res image (1MB) Czern.) Bot. Canola and Rapeseed. Stem erect or ascending, simple or branched. Chikkarra S, Chaudhury D, Dhankher OP, Jaiwal PK (2012) Combined expression of a barley class II chitinase and type I ribosome inactivating protein in transgenic Brassica juncea provides protection against Alternaria brassicae. Seeds of mustard quality Brassica juncea may therefore be visually indistinguishable from canola quality Brassica juncea. Soc.