Cultivation of promising oil flax varieties in the Trans-Urals

Marja Karpova, Nina Roznina, Dmitriy Paliy, Elena Lapina, Oksana Galyuta, A. Valiev, B. Ziganshin, F. Nezhmetdinova, A. Taylan, R. Nizamov, W. Heijman, M. Nizamutdinov (+4 others)
2021 BIO Web of Conferences  
In Russia, flax has been cultivated since ancient times; fiber linen fabrics and other products were produce to meet needs of the population and for exchange. Oil flax was a less common crop, but its cultivation is of great interest.In recent years, worldwide interest in the use of flaxseed oil has increased due to its healing properties and high content of linolenic acid. Flaxseed oil removes cholesterol, improves the metabolism of proteins and fats, normalizes blood pressure, and reduces the
more » ... ikelihood of blood clots and tumors. Flaxseed oil reduces the risk of cardiovascular and oncological diseases and allergies. Whole flaxseed is used in various countries as an additive to bread and cereal mixtures. Proteins extracted from flaxseed have a gelatinizing effect and can be used in cooking.Oil flax is a valuable food and industrial crop (seeds, oil, short-fiber, cake and meal). Its seeds contain up to 50% of the most valuable vegetable oil which is the richest source of omega-3 and omega-6. Linseed oil ranks first among industrial oils by the volume of production. It is used in the manufacture of environmentally friendly varnishes, paints, drying oils, which serve as a standard for reliability and durability. Linseed oil is widely used in printing, rubber, electrical and many other industries.
doi:10.1051/bioconf/20213700109 fatcat:ol56fqx7n5a6bpagzbwi4vv2ty