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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.

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Miniature masterminds : neurobiology of brain scaling in the parasitic wasp Nasonia vitripennis [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2020-04-03
Groothuis, Jitte \ 2018
Botryococcus braunii for the production of hydrocarbons and exopolysaccharides and the role of associated bacteria [PhD thesis]
Gouveia, João Diogo Guimarães \ 2017
biomass production - algae - algae culture - hydrocarbons - bacteria
Marine communities : governing oil & gas activities and cruise tourism in the Arctic and the Caribbean [PhD thesis]
Bets, Linde K.J. van \ 2017
oil and gas industry - oil spills - governance - international tourism - pollution by tourism - tourism impact - marine areas - marine environment - water pollution - environmental policy - caribbean - caribbean sea - arctic ocean - arctic regions
Dynamic photosynthesis under a fluctuating environment: a modelling-based analysis [PhD thesis]
Morales Sierra, Alejandro \ 2017
photosynthesis - modeling - analysis - environmental factors - light - canopy - leaves - crop physiology - metabolism
Seeds as biosocial commons : an analysis of various practices in India [PhD thesis]
Patnaik, Archana \ 2016
rice - seeds - plant genetic resources - plant genetics - seed production - seed storage - community development - gender - social environment - india - rural development
Optimising land use in Central Kalimantan Province : modelling ecosystem benefits and land use dynamics [PhD thesis]
Suwarno, Aritta \ 2016
land use - deforestation - decentralization - ecosystem services - ecosystems - forest policy - forests - modeling - kalimantan - indonesia
Is sustainable development of semi-subsistence mixed crop-livestock systems possible? : an integrated assessment of Machakos, Kenya [PhD thesis]
Valdivia, Roberto O. \ 2016
sustainable development - development economics - livestock - cash crops - agriculture - mixed farming - development policy - policy - rural areas - poverty - farming - kenya - east africa
Unraveling molecular mechanisms underlying plant defense in response to dual insect attack: studying density-dependent effects [PhD thesis]
Kroes, Anneke \ 2016
arabidopsis thaliana - insect pests - herbivory - pest resistance - defence mechanisms - insect plant relations - molecular plant pathology - density
High-throughput open source computational methods for genetics and genomics [PhD thesis]
Prins, J.C.P. \ 2015
plant parasitic nematodes - dna sequencing - next generation sequencing - throughput - computational science - genetics - genomics
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
Applications in computer-assisted biology [PhD thesis]
Nijveen, H. \ 2013
bioinformatics - molecular biology - computers - databases - prokaryotes - computer analysis - information technology
Towards redesigning indigenous mung bean foods [PhD thesis]
Dahiya, P.K. \ 2013
mung beans - nutritive value - feeding habits - innovations - product development - new products - india
Development of a spatial planning support system for agricultural policy formulation related to land and water resources in Borkhar & Meymeh district, Iran [PhD thesis]
Farhadi Bansouleh, B. \ 2009
physical planning - agricultural policy - agricultural development - simulation models - iran - system development - system innovation - policy research
When AIDS meets poverty : implications for social capital in a village in Tanzania [PhD thesis]
Nombo, C.I. \ 2007
community development - community involvement - acquired immune deficiency syndrome - human immunodeficiency viruses - households - community health - health - socioeconomics - social behaviour - tanzania - social capital - livelihoods - networks - Women Tanzania - Poverty Tanzania - AIDS (Disease) - AIDS (Disease) Social aspects - Poverty - Women
Rebuilding common property management : a case study of community-based natural resource management in rural Guizhou, China [PhD thesis]
Sun, Q. \ 2007
natural resources - natural resource economics - resource management - resource utilization - public ownership - rural development - community development - community involvement - china - guizhou - national wealth - community participation
¿Y después qué? ... : action-research and ethnography on governance, actors and development in Southern Mexico [PhD thesis]
Guevara-Hernández, F. \ 2007
ethnography - rural development - community development - agricultural sector - government policy - natural resources - mexico - action research - governance
Plant and soil community assembly in secondary succession on ex-arable land : fundamental and applied approaches [PhD thesis]
Kardol, P. \ 2007
arable land - conversion - plant communities - soil biology - grasslands - plant succession - soil fauna - nematoda

Het omvormen van landbouwgronden tot half-natuurlijke ecosystemen kan het huidige verlies aan soortenrijke graslanden en heidevelden tegen gaan. Pogingen tot herstel van soortenrijke graslanden en heidevelden door landbouwgronden uit productie te nemen, zijn niet altijd succesvol gebleken. Dergelijke omvorming is een vorm van secundaire successie: de opeenvolging van soorten (planten of andere organismen) met als startpunt een ‘biologische’ nalatenschap na een initiële verstoring. Er is nog steeds veel onbekend omtrent de ontwikkeling van ecosystemen gedurende secundaire successie, met name als het gaat om interacties tussen planten en bodemorganismen. Bodemorganismen kunnen een belangrijke rol spelen in de opbouw en samenstelling van plantengemeenschappen

In hot water : a study on sociotechnnical intervention models and practices of water use in smallholder agriculture, Nyanyadzi catchment, Zimbabwe [PhD thesis]
Bolding, A. \ 2004
water use - water management - small farms - zimbabwe - government - intervention - agricultural policy
Spatial and temporal fluctuations in bacteria, microfauna and mineral nitrogen in response to a nutrient impulse in soil [PhD thesis]
Zelenev, V.V. \ 2004
soil biology - soil fauna - microorganisms - bacteria - biological activity in soil - rhizosphere - variation - oscillation - population dynamics - population distribution - soil organic matter - organic wastes - nutrients - mathematical models - simulation models
Survival strategies of people in a Sri Lankan wetland : livelihood, health and nature conservation in Muthurajawela [PhD thesis]
Hoogvorst, A. \ 2003
social anthropology - nature conservation - health - households - resource management - rural communities - community development - wetlands - sri lanka - well-being
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