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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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Use of molecular markers in plant breeding = [Het gebruik van moleculaire merkers in de plantenveredeling] [PhD thesis]
Berloo, R. van \ 2000
plant breeding - selection methods - genetic markers - quantitative genetics - introgression - computer simulation - barley - arabidopsis
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A genetic approach to study rhizobial Nod factor and mycorrhizal fungi activated signaling [PhD thesis]
Geurts, R. \ 1998
rhizobium - mycorrhizal fungi - molecular biology
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The role of macromolecular stability in desiccation tolerance [PhD thesis]
Wolkers, W.F. \ 1998
liquids - absorption - emission - circulation - senescence - abscission - degeneration - necrosis - aging - wilting - biochemistry - metabolism - polymers - molecular biology - biophysics - proteins - enzymes - nucleic acids - cell physiology
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Tomato genome mapping by fluorescence in situ hybridisation = Kartering van het tomatengenoom met behulp van fluorescentie in situ hybridisatie [PhD thesis]
Zhong, X.B. \ 1998
molecular biology - genetic code - methodology - techniques - chromosome maps - gene mapping - somatic hybridization - wide hybridization - solanum lycopersicum - tomatoes
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Molecular characterization of hydrolytic enzymes from hyperthermophilic archaea [PhD thesis]
Voorhorst, W.G.B. \ 1998
isoenzymes - enzymology - molecular genetics - translation - protein synthesis
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Structure-function relationship of viral coat proteins : a site-directed spectroscopic study of M13 coat protein [PhD thesis]
Stopar, D. \ 1997
virology - molecular biology - spectroscopy - resonance - proteins - membranes - viral proteins - coat proteins
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The AVR9 elicitor peptide of the tomato pathogen Cladosporium fulvum : molecular aspects of recognition [PhD thesis]
Kooman - Gersmann, M. \ 1998
tomatoes - passalora fulva - deuteromycotina - solanum lycopersicum - physiology - host parasite relationships - molecular biology - plant pathology - disease resistance - genes - genomes - dematiaceae
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Characterization of genes expressed during mesoderm formation and anteroposterior patterning in carp (Cyprinus carpio) [PhD thesis]
Stevens, C.J.M. \ 1997
cyprinidae - carp - molecular genetics - gene expression - pleiotropy - methodology - techniques - molecular biology
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On the expression strategy of the tospoviral genome [PhD thesis]
Poelwijk, F. van \ 1996
tomato spotted wilt virus - viruses - genetics - virology - rna viruses
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Molecular techniques for the identification and detection of microorganisms relevant for the food industry [PhD thesis]
Klijn, N. \ 1996
food microbiology - bacteria - identification - methodology - techniques - molecular biology
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Molecular techniques in mycobacteriology [PhD thesis]
Hermans, J. \ 1997
molecular biology - mycobacteriaceae
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Genetic variation and pathogenicity of Botrytis cinerea [PhD thesis]
Vlugt - Bergmans, C.J.B. van der \ 1996
plant pathogenic fungi - deuteromycotina - plant viruses - plant pathogenic bacteria - plants - parasitism - physiology - host parasite relationships - molecular biology - plant pathology - moniliaceae
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The use of genetic markers in poultry breeding [PhD thesis]
Beek, S. van der \ 1996
genetics - heritability - genetic variation - poultry - fowls - chromosome maps - gene mapping - molecular biology
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Molecular breeding for virus resistance : an applied approach in vegetable crops [PhD thesis]
Gielen, J.J.L. \ 1995
plant diseases - plant viruses - genetic engineering - recombinant dna - plant breeding - disease resistance - pest resistance
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Mouse models in leukemia [PhD thesis]
Voncken, J.W. \ 1995
gammaretrovirus - virology - molecular biology - leukaemia - muridae - mice - models - research
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Molecular characterization of the beet cyst nematode (Heterodera schachtii) resistance locus Hs1 [PhD thesis]
Salentijn, E.M.J. \ 1995
beta vulgaris - sugarbeet - plant breeding - disease resistance - pest resistance - molecular biology - plant pathology - plant pests - pratylenchus - heteroderidae - tylenchidae - molecular genetics
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Pathogenesis induced by (recombinant) baculoviruses in insects [PhD thesis]
Flipsen, H. \ 1995
baculovirus - nuclear polyhedrosis viruses - lepidoptera - insects - plant pests - animal diseases - animal pathology - molecular biology - plant pathology - biological control - viruses - biological control agents
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Structure and expression of the tomato spotted wilt virus genome : a plant-infecting bunyavirus [PhD thesis]
Kormelink, R.J.M. \ 1994
tomato spotted wilt virus - virology - molecular biology
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Molecular genetic evidence for a new sexually reproducing population of Phytophthora infestans in Europe [PhD thesis]
Drenth, A. \ 1994
plant pathogenic fungi - solanum tuberosum - potatoes - phytophthora infestans - molecular biology - plant pathology - europe
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Root nodule organogenesis : molecular characterization of the zonation central tissue [PhD thesis]
Yang, W.C. \ 1994
assimilation - nitrogen - rhizobium - pisum sativum - peas - molecular biology - gene expression
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