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Record number 547864
Title Camelina Crambe And Insects
Author(s) Wubben, E.F.M.; Blaauw, R.; Loo, E.N. van; Togtema, K.A.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Food & Biobased Research
Department(s) WASS
Business Management & Organization
BBP Sustainable Chemistry & Technology
Plant Breeding
EPS
BBP Bioconversion
Publication type Sound recording (professional)
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) biobased economy - innovations - crops - biomass - residual streams - insects - oils - camelina - crambe - agricultural wastes
Categories Agroecosystems
About Welke innovaties verminderen de Europese afhankelijkheid van de betwiste kokosolie, palmpitolie, vetzuren en ricinus-, of castorolie. Voor waardevolle substituten heeft Wageningen University & Research, in het COSMOS-project, de planten Camelina en Crambre onderzocht. Nieuwe kweektechnieken, waaronder CRISPR, verbeterden de eigenschappen van deze gewassen wat betreft geur en moleculaire structuur. Na winning van de olie kan je de reststromen aan vee maar ook aan insecten voeren, zoals de Black Soldier Fly-larven. De afdeling entomologie van Wageningen University kon aldus de valorisatie vergroten met waardevolle proteïne en insectenolie.
About What innovations reduce Europe’s dependency on unstable and contested imports of coconut oil, palm kernel oils, fatty acids and castor oil? For substitutes, researchers of Wageningen University and Research, by the COSMOS-project, looked into the crops Camelina and Crambe. New plant breeding techniques, such as CRISPR, enhanced characteristics of these crops regarding both their flavor and the molecular structure of their oils. One can further valorise the side streams, such as press cake, by using them as feed for the Black Soldier Fly larvae. The Entomology-department thus, out of these new crops, realise extra valuable proteins and insect oils.
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