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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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Nutritional strategies to improve muscle quality during ageing [PhD thesis]
Grootswagers, Pol \ 2020
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Epidemiology and control of potato virus Y in Kenya [PhD thesis]
Onditi, John \ 2020
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Unravelling the diversity and distribution of the soybean rust fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi in East Africa [PhD thesis]
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Murithi, Harun Muthuri \ 2019
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Spot on: managing Panama disease of banana in the Philippines [PhD thesis]
Salacinas, Maricar \ 2019
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Sustainability of banana-based agroecosystems affected by Xanthomonas wilt disease of banana [PhD thesis]
Ocimati, Walter \ 2019
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Fungal pathogens in pome fruit orchards and causal agents of postharvest decay [PhD thesis]
Wenneker, Marcel \ 2019
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A value chain perspective to the control of avian influenza in the Western Java poultry sector [PhD thesis]
Indrawan, Dikky \ 2019
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A double burden of tuberculosis and diabetes mellitus and the role of vitamin D deficiency [PhD thesis]
Wang, Qiuzhen \ 2019
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Functional genetics and genomics of the banana black Sigatoka pathogen Pseudocercospora fijiensis [PhD thesis]
Díaz Trujillo, Caucasella \ 2018
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Bovine lumpy skin disease: epidemiology, economic impact and control opportunities in Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Abebe, Wassie Molla \ 2018
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Eco-epidemiology of Bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) in an African savanna : the conflict between traditional pastoralist adaptations and disease transmission in the modern era [PhD thesis]
Dejene, Sintayehu Workeneh \ 2017
cattle diseases - tuberculosis - disease transmission - pastoralism - animal ecology - risk factors - ethiopia
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On the role of vaccine dose and antigenic distance in the transmission dynamics of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) H5N1 virus and its selected mutants in vaccinated animals [PhD thesis]
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Sitaras, Ioannis \ 2017
avian influenza viruses - avian influenza - disease transmission - vaccines - vaccination - dosage - antigenic variation - mutants - mutations - immunity - vaccine development - virology - epidemiology
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Farmers’ willingness to invest in livestock disease control: the case of voluntary vaccination against bluetongue [PhD thesis]
Sok, Jaap \ 2017
business economics - farmers - livestock - vaccination - bluetongue virus - animal diseases - animal disease prevention - netherlands
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Statistical modelling for exposure measurement error with application to epidemiological data [PhD thesis]
Agogo, George O. \ 2016
calibration - regression analysis - exposure assessment - validity - simulation models - statistical bias - epidemiology
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Transmission of antibiotic resistance from animals to humans : broilers as a reservoir of ESBL-producing bacteria [PhD thesis]
Huijbers, Patrica M.C. \ 2016
broilers - man - disease transmission - antibiotic resistance - bacteria - enterobacteriaceae - poultry farming - epidemiology
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Bioeconomic modelling of foot and mouth disease and its control in Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Jemberu, Wudu Temesgen \ 2016
foot-and-mouth disease virus - economic models - mathematical models - epidemiology - animal diseases - cattle - cattle diseases - ethiopia
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Impact of odour-baited mosquito traps for malaria control : design and evaluation of a trial using solar-powered mosquito trapping systems in western Kenya [PhD thesis]
Homan, Tobias \ 2016
culicidae - mosquito-borne diseases - vector control - malaria - bait traps - odours - solar energy - randomized controlled trials - kenya
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Unravelling the genetics of iron status in African populations : candidate gene association studies [PhD thesis]
Gichohi-Wainaina, W.N. \ 2015
iron deficiency anaemia - nutrition - genetic factors - proteins - public health - nutrition and health - populations - africa
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Foot-and-mouth disease virus : the role of infection routes and species differences in the transmission of FMDV [PhD thesis]
Bravo de Rueda, C. \ 2015
foot-and-mouth disease virus - foot and mouth disease - infectious diseases - disease transmission - disease control - infection control - species differences - epidemiology - veterinary science
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Dietary patterns, biomarkers of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular and all-cause mortality [PhD thesis]
Sijtsma, F.P.C. \ 2015
diet - cardiovascular diseases - atherosclerosis - prognostic markers - disease markers - mortality - classification systems - epidemiology - longitudinal studies
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