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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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Behaviour of casein micelles at conditions comparable to those in ice cream [PhD thesis]
Jonkman, M.J. \ 2000
casein - micelles - ice cream - frozen yoghurt - freezing - calcium ions
Circuits in de landbouwvoedselketen : verscheidenheid en samenhang in de productie en vermarkting van rundvlees in Midden-Italië [PhD thesis]
Meulen, H.S. van der \ 2000
beef - meat production - marketing - italy - economic production - authenticity
Genetic and physiological aspects of postharvest flower longevity in Asiatic hybrid lilies (Lilium L.) [PhD thesis]
Meulen-Muisers, J.J.M. van der \ 2000
lilies - lilium - liliaceae - cut flowers - keeping quality - plant breeding - genetic variation - inheritance - postharvest physiology
Scaling relations between structure and rheology of ageing casein particle gels [PhD thesis]
Mellema, M. \ 2000
casein - rheology - colloidal properties
Biological glasses : nature's way to preserve life [PhD thesis]
Buitink, J. \ 2000
seeds - pollen - germplasm - anhydrobiosis - vitrification - aging - longevity - electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy

cum laude graduation (with distinction)

Analysis of seed and ware potato production systems and yield constraints in Argentina [PhD thesis]
Caldiz, D.O. \ 2000
solanum tuberosum - potatoes - yields - crop production - plant ecology - land use - growth regulators - plant growth regulators - maximum yield - yield factors - yield losses - plant physiology - physiological age - seed potatoes - seed quality - seed production - systems analysis - simulation models - yield increases - improvement - optimization - argentina
Molecular mobility in sugar glasses [PhD thesis]
Dries, I.J. van den \ 2000
liquid sugar - viscosity - fluid mechanics - molecules
Drying of willow biomass in supply chains [PhD thesis]
Gigler, J. \ 2000
biomass - biomass production - energy resources - salix viminalis - drying - supply chain management

Wilgenteelt ten behoeve van energievoorziening. Het drogen van het gewas

Stress, storage and survival of neem seed [PhD thesis]
Sacandé, M. \ 2000
azadirachta indica - seeds - storage - stress - survival - seed longevity - tropics
Crop residue management in relation to sustainable land use : a case study in Burkina Faso [PhD thesis]
Savadogo, M. \ 2000
animal production - sustainability - animal nutrition - crop residues - burkina faso
NMR and mushrooms : imaging post harvest senescence [PhD thesis]
Donker, H.C.W. \ 1999
agaricus bisporus - mushrooms - postharvest physiology - magnetic resonance imaging - edible fungi
Metabolic cycles in primary metabolism of cell suspensions of Daucus carota L. analysed by C-NMR [PhD thesis]
Krook, J. \ 1999
metabolism - metabolic studies - carbohydrate metabolism - cell suspensions - respiration - sugars - daucus carota - activated carbon - nuclear magnetic resonance
Economics-based optimal control of greenhouse tomato crop production [PhD thesis]
Tap, F. \ 2000
tomatoes - crop production - greenhouse crops - economics of control - process control
Mechanical force and subcutaneous tissue discolouration in potato [PhD thesis]
Molema, G.J. \ 1999
potatoes - solanum tuberosum - mechanical damage - bruising - postharvest treatment - handling - storage
Developmental changes in carbohydrate metabolism during early tuberisation of potato [PhD thesis]
Appeldoorn, N. \ 1999
potatoes - solanum tuberosum - tubers - carbohydrate metabolism - plant physiology - gene expression
Sustainable treatment of rubber latex processing wastewater : the UASB-system combined with aerobic post-treatment [PhD thesis]
Viet Nguyen Trung \ 1999
waste water treatment - anaerobic treatment - latex
Management of genetic variability in rice (Oryza sativa L. and O. glaberrima Steud.) by breeders and farmers in Sierra Leone [PhD thesis]
Jusu, M.S. \ 1999
rice - Oryza sativa - genetic variation - plant genetic resources - farmers' attitudes - plant breeding - Sierra Leone
Agricultural marketing in a country in transition : case of sweetpotato products in Sichuan, P.R. China [PhD thesis]
Zhang, X. \ 1999
ipomoea batatas - sweet potatoes - marketing - food marketing - consumer behaviour - sichuan - china - economic change
Exchange processes between a coniferous forest and the atmosphere [PhD thesis]
Bosveld, F.C. \ 1999
forests - coniferous forests - canopy - layer structure - surface roughness - transpiration - evaporation - atmosphere - netherlands - energy exchange - radiation - heat exchange
Wetland methane fluxes : upscaling from kinetics via a single root and a soil layer to the plot [PhD thesis]
Segers, R. \ 1999
methane - methane production - mineralization - dynamics - wetlands - environmental factors - soil chemistry - models
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