We have information from several sources:
The Rationale for Transforming Sunflower into a Rubber-Producing Crop—C.H. Pearson, K. Cornish, C.M. McMahan, M. Whalen, D.J. Rath, N. Dong, and S. Wong
Using Peat Pellets in Liquid Media to Root Sunflower Tissue Culture Plants—C.H. Pearson, K. Cornish, C.M. McMahan, M. Whalen, D.J. Rath, N. Dong, and S. Wong
High Drama in Vegetable Oils—Larry W. Kleingartner
NuSun Sunflower Oil: Redirection of an IndustryLarry W. Kleingartner
Grain Yield and Fatty Acid Composition of Sunflower Seed for Cultivars Developed Under Dry Land ConditionsDiana Jasso de Rodríguez, Bliss S. Phillips, Raúl Rodríguez-García, and José Luis Angulo-Sánchez
Characterization of Proteins from Sunflower Leaves and Seeds: Relationship of Biomass and Seed YieldDiana Jasso de Rodríguez, Jorge Romero-García, Raúl Rodríguez-García, and José Luis Angulo Sánchez
Potential Source of Reduced Palmitic and Stearic Fatty Acids in Sunflower Oil From a Population of Wild Helianthus annuusG.J. Seiler
Alternate Crops for Dryland Production Systems in Northern IdahoKenneth D. Kephart, Glen A. Murray, and Dick L. Auld
Handbook of Energy CropsJames A. Duke. 1983. unpublished.
New Crops for Canadian AgricultureErnest Small
Sunflower: Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconson Cooperative Extension Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products
Sunflower In: Magness, J.R., G.M. Markle, C.C. Compton. 1971. Food and Feed Crops of the United States.
Sunflower: An American Native University of Missouri Agricultural publication G4290Photographs from University of Minnesota Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products.
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