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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

    Author abstracts and/or summaries are added to all descriptions. A link to the full text dissertation is added to the bibliographic description. In a few cases, no electronic version is available, mostly because of copyright issues.

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Recognition of Verticillium effector Ave1 by tomato immune receptor Ve1 mediates Verticillium resistance in diverse plant species [PhD thesis]
Song, Yin \ 2017
disease resistance - defence mechanisms - immunity - plant-microbe interactions - plant pathogens - verticillium dahliae - verticillium - tomatoes - solanum lycopersicum - receptors - genes - tobacco - nicotiana glutinosa - potatoes - solanum tuberosum - solanum torvum - humulus lupulus - cotton - gossypium hirsutum - transgenic plants - arabidopsis thaliana
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Agronomic and socioeconomic sustainability of farming systems : a case in Chencha, South Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
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Dersseh, Waga Mazengia \ 2017
potatoes - solanum tuberosum - ethiopia - food security - farming systems - mixed farming - sustainability - optimization - efficiency - farm surveys - household surveys - socioeconomics - self sufficiency - profits - training - agronomic characteristics - productivity - soil fertility - rotation - animal feeding - improved varieties - inorganic fertilizers
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Making interventions work on the farm: unravelling the gap between technology-oriented potato interventions and livelihood building in Southern Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
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Tadesse, Yenenesh \ 2017
potatoes - crop production - crop physiology - technology - intervention - livelihood strategies - livelihoods - ethiopia - east africa
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Genetic diversity of potato for nitrogen use efficiency under low input conditions in Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Getahun, Baye Berihun \ 2017
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - genetic diversity - nitrogen - plant breeding - ethiopia - nutrient use efficiency
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Genetic studies towards elucidation of drought tolerance of potato [PhD thesis]
Tessema, Biructawit Bekele \ 2017
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - drought resistance - plant breeding - genetic analysis - quantitative trait loci
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Potatoes, pathogens and pests: effects of genetic modification for plant resistance on non-target arthropods [PhD thesis]
Lazebnik, Jenny \ 2017
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - oomycetes - phytophthora infestans - genetic engineering - transgenic plants - disease resistance - risk assessment - nontarget organisms - arthropods - insect pests - herbivores - trophic levels - ecological risk assessment - greenhouse experiments - field experimentation
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Susceptibility genes: an additional source for improved resistance [PhD thesis]
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Sun, Kaile \ 2017
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - solanum lycopersicum - tomatoes - genes - susceptibility - plant pathogenic fungi - phytophthora infestans - disease resistance - plant breeding
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Development and application of a 20K SNP array in potato [PhD thesis]
Vos, Peter \ 2016
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - genotypes - single nucleotide polymorphism - data analysis - plant breeding - linkage disequilibrium - genome analysis - tetraploidy
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Starch meets biotechnology : in planta modification of starch composition and functionalities [PhD thesis]
Xu, Xuan \ 2016
starch - potato starch - potatoes - solanum tuberosum - plant biotechnology - biotechnology - genetic engineering - transgenic plants - modified starches - phosphate - arabidopsis thaliana - plant breeding
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Nitrogen use efficiency in potato: an integrated agronomic, physiological and genetic approach [PhD thesis]
Ospina Nieto, César Andrés \ 2016
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - nitrogen - nutrient use efficiency - plant breeding - crop physiology - plant physiology - quantitative trait loci - cultivars
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Targeted and non-targeted effects in cell wall polysaccharides from transgenetically modified potato tubers [PhD thesis]
Huang, Jie-Hong \ 2016
potatoes - cell walls - polysaccharides - transgenic plants - pectins - tubers - xyloglucans - genetically engineered foods - galactans - characteristics - nontarget effects - effects
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Getting partnerships to work : a technography of the selection, making and distribution of improved planting material in the Kenyan Central Highlands [PhD thesis]
Ndubi, Jessica \ 2015
plant breeding - food security - bananas - potatoes - technology - innovations - agricultural development - partnerships - cooperation - kenya - east africa - africa
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Agronomic and environmental studies of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) and analysis of its value chain in Zimbabwe [PhD thesis]
Svubure, O. \ 2015
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - value chain analysis - food security - sustainability - use efficiency - models - agronomy - arable farming - zimbabwe
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Elicitin-triggerd apoplastic immunity against late blight in potato [PhD thesis]
Du, J. \ 2014
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - plant pathogenic fungi - phytophthora infestans - disease resistance - genes - fungal protein - genetic markers - bioinformatics - plant breeding
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Water holding capacity and enzymatic modification of pressed potato fibres [PhD thesis]
Ramasamy, U.R. \ 2014
potato pulp - potatoes - fibres - cell wall components - polysaccharides - water holding capacity - hydrolysis - enzymes
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R gene stacking by trans- and cisgenesis to achieve durable late blight resistance in potato [PhD thesis]
Zhu, S. \ 2014
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - phytophthora infestans - oomycota - plant pathogenic fungi - disease resistance - genes - cisgenesis - transgenic plants - plant breeding - genetic engineering
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Potato quality traits: variation and genetics in Ecuadorian potato landraces [PhD thesis]
Cuesta Subía, Xavier \ 2013
solanum tuberosum - solanum - potatoes - landraces - wild relatives - quality - ideotypes - genetic variation - quantitative traits - breeding programmes - plant breeding - plant genetic resources - ecuador
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Potato genetical genomics : investigating the genetic basis of primary metabolism and its relationship to the phenotype [PhD thesis]
Carreño Quintero, N. \ 2013
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - genomics - metabolism - genetic analysis - metabolomics - metabolomes - phenotypes - quantitative trait loci
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Unveiling and deploying durability of late blight resistance in potato : from natural stacking to cisgenic stacking [PhD thesis]
Jo, K.R. \ 2013
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - disease resistance - phytophthora infestans - plant pathogenic fungi - defence mechanisms - gene mapping - transgenic plants
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Carbon dioxide and ethylene gas in the potato storage atmosphere and their combined effect on processing colour [PhD thesis]
Daniels-Lake, B.J. \ 2013
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - storage - controlled atmosphere storage - ethylene - carbon dioxide - postharvest physiology - postharvest treatment
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