Potato Biology and Biotechnology: Advances and Perspectives

Potato Biology and Biotechnology: Advances and Perspectives by Dick Vreugdenhil (Hardback, 2007)
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This techlogy has impacted our understanding of the molecular basis of plant-pathogen interaction and has also opened new opportunities for the use of the potato in a variety of n-food biotechlogical purposes. Potato expressed sequence tag generation and analysis using standard and unique cDNA libraries. Taxonomy of cultivated potatoes Solanum section Petota: Solanaceae. Solanum tuberosum is pollinated by a number of Hymenopteran insects, particularly bumblebees, including Bombus impatiens Cresson and B. American Potato Journal 71 10 Ethylene responsive element binding protein 1 StEREBP1 from Solanum tuberosum increases tolerance to abiotic stress in transgenic potato plants. American Potato Journal 41 5

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