B. Pd and M. Mj, Control of soil-borne plant pests using glucosinolate-containing plants, Advances in Agronomy, vol.61, pp.167-231, 1997.

V. H. and O. Ja, Role of root extract and volatile substances of non-host plants on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal spore germination, Symbiosis, vol.9, pp.199-202, 1990.

V. V. and O. Ja, Effect of isothiocyanates on germination of spores of G, Moseae. Soil Biol Biochem, vol.22, pp.1161-1163, 1990.

S. Jj and D. Ra, Soil desinfestation with cruciferous amendments and sublethal heating: effects on Meloidogyne incognita, Sclerotium rolfsii and Pythium ultimum, Plant Pathol, vol.47, pp.737-779, 1998.

T. Hgm, M. E. Van-broekhoven-lw, J. Wmf, L. J. , and F. Gr, Role of glucosinolates in the formation of N-nitroso compounds, J Agric Food Chem, vol.39, pp.922-928, 1991.

B. Wj, L. Jg, T. Aj, and B. Gj, Control of soilborne plant pathogen by incorporating fresh organic amendments followed by tarping, Phytopathology, vol.90, pp.253-262, 1999.

A. Jf, G. P. , K. J. , and D. Jm, Biofumigation : isothiocyanates released from Brassica roots inhibit growth of the take-all fungus, Plant Soil, vol.162, pp.107-119, 1994.

L. L. and M. Lm, The glucosinolate-myrosinase system: a natural and practical tool for biofumigation, Proceedings of an International Symposium 'Chemical and non-chemical soil and substrate desinfestation, 2000.

F. Gr, H. Rk, and M. Wj, Glucosinolates and their breakdown products in food and food plants, CRC, Critical Review in Food Science et Nutrition, vol.18, pp.123-201, 1983.

U. Ew and . Glucosinolates, Encyclopaedia of Plant Physiology, pp.493-511, 1980.

V. Etten, C. , D. Me, W. Ph, and K. Wf, Glucosinolates and derived products in cruciferous vegetables Analysis of the edible part from twenty-two varieties of cabbage, J Agric Food Chem, vol.24, pp.452-457, 1976.

P. L. Les-hétérosides, In : Biologie cellulaire et végétale, Paris : Eugène Belin, pp.680-681, 1955.

R. T. Butcher-dn and H. W. , Indole-3-methylglucosinolate biosynthesis and metabolism in clubroot diseased plants, Physiol Plant, vol.58, pp.93-100, 1983.

H. As, L. M. , F. A. , and R. L. , Distribution of myrosinase in rapeseed tissues, Plant Physiol, vol.95, pp.213-234, 1991.

B. Ane, G. Dw, S. Macfarlane, and . Wh, Changes in forage and oilseed rape (B. napus) root glucosinolates in response to attack by turnip root fly (Delia floralis), J Sci Food Agric, vol.51, pp.309-329, 1990.

T. Rjw and M. Mk, The oxydation of 4-Hydroxyindole as a model system for the oxidation of 4-Hydroxyindolyl-3-Methyl glucosinolate, J Sci Food Agric, vol.47, pp.191-196, 1989.

L. Po and . Glucosinolate, The Biochemistry of Plants. A comprehensive Treatise, Academic Press, vol.7, pp.501-526, 1981.

D. Kj, P. Ajr, M. Am, K. G. Bock-ch, and W. Rm, Accumulation of glucosinolates in oilseed rape leaves as a result of fungal infection, Proc Int Rapeseed Cong, vol.8, issue.6, pp.17-37, 1991.

D. De-franssu-p, C. Jl, G. R. , and M. F. , Conséquences physiologiques de l'ingestion du colza à graines (Brassica napus L.) variété Tapidor (OO), par le lièvre d'Europe (Lepus europaeus Pallas) en condition de semi-captivité, Rec Méd Vét, vol.167, issue.9, pp.873-81, 1991.

M. Db and A. Rm, Glucosinolate system in the aphid Brevicoryne brassicae, NZJ Sci, vol.11, pp.440-446, 1968.

K. Ja and S. M. , Biofumigation potential of Brassicas. I. Variation in glucosinolates profiles of diverse field-grown brassicas, Plant Soil, vol.201, pp.71-89, 1998.

B. Ap, D. J. Brown, and . Jb, Developing high glucosinolate cultivars suitable for bio-fumigation from intergeneric hybrids, Proc. of the 10th International Rapeseed Congress, 1999.

R. Et, C. Rc, and M. M. , A thioglucosidase in fungi, Arch Biochem Biophys, vol.75, p.228, 1958.

O. El, G. Stein-ae, and . Ma, Myrosinase activity in bacteria as demonstrated by the conversion of progoitrin to goitrin, Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, vol.119, p.360, 1965.

N. , R. S. , W. Jm, and S. O. , Interactions of the intestinal microflora with glucosinolates in rapeseed meal toxicity: first evidence of an intestinal Lactobacillus possessing a myrosinase-like activity in vivo, J Sci Food Agric, vol.52, pp.547-59, 1990.

M. Borek-v, M. Mj, and . Jp, Myrosinase Activity in Soil Extracts, Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol.60, issue.6, pp.1792-1799, 1996.
DOI : 10.2136/sssaj1996.03615995006000060026x

M. Aj and R. Jt, Isolation and examination of thioglucoside glucohydrolase from seeds of Brassica napus, Phytochemistry, vol.25, pp.1047-51, 1986.

W. Ap, R. Mjc, and F. Rg, Myrosinase Activity of Cruciferous Vegetables, J Sci Food Agric, vol.35, pp.543-52, 1984.

B. R. Plant-myrosinase-vanghan, J. , M. Leod, A. Jones, and B. , The biology and chemistry of the Cruciferae, pp.191-205, 1976.

G. V. and M. Aj, Effects of a Lepidium sativum enzyme preparation on the degradation of glucosinolates, Phytochem, vol.19, pp.2071-2077, 1980.

T. Hl, Solubilization and selected properties of crambe seed thioglucosidase (Thioglucoside Glucohydrolase, E C, Can J Biochem, vol.51, pp.1305-1315, 1973.

V. Etten, C. , and D. Me, Formation of organic nitriles from progoitrins in leaves of Crambe abyssinica and Brassica napus, J Agr Food Chem, vol.19, pp.194-199, 1971.

D. Me, W. Van-etten-ch, and . Ia, Diastereomeric Episulfides from Epi-Progoitrin upon Autolysis of Crambe Seed Meal, Phytochemistry, vol.7, pp.989-96, 1968.

P. Rj and T. Hl, Interaction of thioglucoside-glucohydrolase and epithiospecifies protein of cruciferous plants to form 1-cyanoepithioalkanes, Phytochemistry, vol.21, pp.1903-1910, 1982.

T. Hl, D. M. Van-etten-ch, and . Glucosinolates, In: Liener IE, Ed. Toxic constituents of plants foodstuffs, 1980.

V. Ai and S. M. , The formation of benzyl thiocyanate in the seeds of Lepidium sativum Suomen Kemistil, p.102, 1962.

P. Js, N. M. Hobson-rn, and B. Dm, Seed losses in commercial harvesting of oilsed rape, J Engineering Research, vol.65, pp.183-91, 1996.

G. B. , D. P. , G. G. , J. E. , and A. Mn, A model of leaf area development and senescence for winter oilseed rape, Field Crops Res, vol.57, pp.209-231, 1998.

G. B. , D. P. , G. G. , J. E. , and A. Mn, Development and evaluation of a CERES-type model for winter oilseed rape, Field Crops Res, vol.57, pp.95-111, 1998.

T. I. , J. Monrozier-l, C. J. , W. H. , A. S. et al., Assessment of the biochemical composition of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) 13 C-labelled residues by global methods, FTIR and 13 C NMR CP/MAS, Plant Soil, vol.234, pp.61-72, 2001.

J. Hh and K. Rm, C, N, and S mineralization of crop residues as influenced by crop species and nutrient regime, Plant Soil, vol.106, pp.35-41, 1988.

F. Aj, H. Fm, and Z. Da, Tillage induced seasonal changes in soil physical properties affecting soil CO 2 evolution under intensive cropping, Soil Tillage Res, vol.34, pp.41-60, 1995.

T. Ik and C. Bt, Availability to subsequent crops and leaching of nitrogen in 15 N-labelled sugarbeet tops and oilseed rape residues, J Agric Sci Camb, vol.126, pp.191-200, 1996.

J. Ls, M. T. , M. J. , and N. Ne, Temporal variation of C and N mineralization, microbial biomass and extractable organic pools in soil after oilseed rape straw incorporation in the field, Soil Biol Biochem, vol.29, pp.1043-55, 1997.

G. Jb, M. Mj, E. Cv, . Brown-pd, and . Borek-v, Allelochemicals released in soil following incorporation of rapeseed (Brassica napus) green manures, J Agric Food Chem, vol.47, pp.3837-3879, 1999.

P. Ce, Differential response of wheat to retained crops stubbles. I. Effet of stubble type and degree of decomposition, Aust J Agric Res, vol.41, pp.225-267, 1990.

B. Pd, M. Mj, M. Jp, A. Dl, and W. I. , Allelochemicals produced during glucosinolate degradation in soil, J Chem Ecol, vol.17, pp.2021-2055, 1991.

M. Borek-v, . Mj, M. Brown-pd, and . Jp, Allelochemicals Produced during Sinigrin Decomposition in Soil, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.42, issue.4, pp.1030-1034, 1994.
DOI : 10.1021/jf00040a037

M. Mj and K. Ja, Isothiocyanate release from soil-incorporated Brassica tissues, Soil and Biochemistry, vol.34, issue.11, pp.1683-90, 2002.

S. Iam, H. Jm, and R. Di, Leaching of methyl isothiocyanate in plainfield sand chemigated with metam-sodium, Pestic Sci, vol.46, pp.375-80, 1996.

G. J. , P. Sk, Y. Sr, and J. Wa, Temperature and moisture effects on fumigant degradation in soil, Journal of Environnemental Quality, vol.28, pp.1436-1477, 1999.

F. A. , Z. Bj, and S. Sy, Behaviour of the soil fumigant methyl isothiocyanate in repacked soil columns, Journal of Environnemental Quality, vol.27, pp.1158-69, 1998.

B. Pd and M. Mj, Fate of ionic thiocyanate (SCN-) in soil, J Agric Food Chem, vol.41, pp.978-82, 1993.