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    Wageningen PhD theses

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

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The uptake of carbon sources by Aspergillus niger [PhD thesis]
Sloothaak, Jasper \ 2017
aspergillus niger - carbon - proteomes - glucose - cell membranes - markov processes - organic acids
Comparative genomics and trait evolution in Cleomaceae, a model family for ancient polyploidy [PhD thesis]
Bergh, Erik van den \ 2017
capparaceae - genomics - polyploidy - evolution - genomes - reproductive traits - flowers - colour - glucosinolates - genetic variation - biosystematics - taxonomy - identification
Concealed diversity : taxonomical, phytogeographical and phytosociological notes on brambles (Rubus L. subgen. Rubus) in north-west Europe [PhD thesis]
Haveman, Rense \ 2017
rubus - diversity - taxonomy - phytogeography - geographical distribution - biogeography - apomixis - northwestern europe
From harmful to useful algae [PhD thesis]
Blaas, Harry \ 2017
algae - algae culture - adverse effects - nitrogen - phosphorus - rivers - eutrophication - waste water treatment - europe

The objective of this study is to analyse past and future trends in nutrient export by rivers to European seas with a focus on the role of algae. Three types of algae will be distinguished: (1) harmful algal blooms in coastal seas, (2) cultivation of micro-algae on land for the production of proteins, lipids and fatty acids, and (3) cultivation of multi cellular algae in seaweed farms for human consumption or other products.

Outdoor production of microalgae [PhD thesis]
Vree, Jeroen H. de \ 2016
algae - algae culture - design - bioreactors - photobioreactors - modeling
Antenna size reduction in microalgae mass culture [PhD thesis]
Mooij, Tim de \ 2016
algae culture - algae - light - photobioreactors - photosynthesis - mutants
The fish egg microbiome: diversity and activity against the oomycete pathogen Saprolegnia [PhD thesis]
Liu, Yiying \ 2016
salmon - fish eggs - marine microorganisms - microbial diversity - bioinformatics - genomics - saprolegnia - oomycota - fish diseases - suppression - fungal antagonists
Identification and functional characterization of putative (a)virulence factors in the fungal wheat pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici [PhD thesis]
Mirzadi Gohari, Amir \ 2015
triticum aestivum - wheat - plant pathogenic fungi - mycosphaerella graminicola - virulence factors - genetic analysis - pathogenesis - bioinformatics
Strain improvement of oleaginous microalgae [PhD thesis]
Jaeger, L. de \ 2015
algae - biomass - oils - productivity - yields - transcriptomics - triacylglycerol lipase - bioreactors - transformation - mutants - algae culture - biomass production
Sexual development of Botrytis species [PhD thesis]
Bin Terhem, R. \ 2015
botrytis - plant pathogenic fungi - sexual development - phylogeny - genomics - transcriptomics - mating systems - fungal morphology - new species
On the biology and evolution of fungi from soda soils [PhD thesis]
Grum-Grzhimaylo, A. \ 2015
soil fungi - saline soils - diversity - soil biology - evolution
Restyling Alternaria [PhD thesis]
Woudenberg, J.H.C. \ 2015
alternaria - taxonomy - phylogeny - molecular taxonomy - plant pathogenic fungi
Circadian rhythms in microalgae production [PhD thesis]
Winter, L. de \ 2015
algae - circadian rhythm - cell division - light regime - environmental factors - biomass production - process optimization
Role of anti-competitor toxins in the origin and maintenance of diversity in Saccharomyces yeast microbial populations [PhD thesis]
Pieczynska, M. \ 2015
yeasts - rna viruses - toxins - symbiosis - toxicity - coevolution - phenotypes - fermentation
Probing functional (re)organisation in photosynthesis by time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy [PhD thesis]
Ünlü, C. \ 2015
algae - photosynthesis - light harvesting complexes - photosystem ii - fluorescence - spectroscopy - chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Light harvesting, light adaptation and photoprotection in aquatic photosynthesis studies by time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy [PhD thesis]
Chukhutsina, V.U. \ 2015
light - adaptation - bacillariophyta - cyanobacteria - defence mechanisms - photochemistry - spectrofluorimetry - light harvesting complexes
Bridging domains : a comparison between information processing in Archaea and Eukarya [PhD thesis]
Koning, B. de \ 2015
archaea - transfer rna - rna polymerase - regulation of transcription - biosynthesis - sulfolobus solfataricus
Systematics, evolution and historical biogeography of the family Ochnaceae with emphasis on the genus Campylospermum [PhD thesis]
Bissiengou, P. \ 2014
ochnaceae - biosystematics - taxonomy - evolution - biogeography - phytogeography - phylogeny - taxonomic revisions - phylogenetics
Phototrophic pigment production with microalgae [PhD thesis]
Mulders, K.J.M. \ 2014
algae - phototropism - pigments - natural products - metabolism - carotenoids - light - targeted mutagenesis
Comparative genomics of Dothideomycete fungi [PhD thesis]
Burgt, A. van der \ 2014
dothideomycetes - plant pathogenic fungi - passalora fulva - dothistroma - genomes - comparative genomics
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