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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Resources for the Genetic Improvement of Potato

Location: Vegetable Crops Research Unit

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Ethylene in the atmosphere of commercial potato (Solanum tuberosum) storage bins and potential effects on tuber respiration rate and fried chip color - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(04-Jun-14)
Starch granule amylose content is associated with resistance to cold-induced sweetening in potato - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(21-May-14)
Breeding for resistance to early blight in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) - (Abstract Only)
(12-May-14)
The contribution of the “SolCAP” project to potato breeding - (Proceedings)
(12-May-14)
Progress toward the development of recombinant inbred lines in potato - (Proceedings)
(27-Mar-14)
High throughput phenotyping using an unmanned aerial vehicle - (Proceedings)
(27-Mar-14)
Developing germplasm resources to identify the genetic basis of resistance to common scab in potato - (Abstract Only)
(21-Mar-14)
Quantitative trait loci for resistance to common scab and cold-induced sweetening from the diploid potato Solanum chacoense - (Abstract Only)
(07-Mar-14)
Vacuolar invertase gene silencing in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) improves processing quality by decreasing the frequency of sugar-end defects - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zhu, X., Richael, C., Chamberlain, P., Busse, J.S., Bussan, A.J., Jiang, J., Bethke, P.C. 2014. Vacuolar invertase gene silencing in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) improves processing quality by decreasing the frequency of sugar-end defects. PLoS One. 9(4):e93381. Available: http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0093381.
Senescence sweetening of chip and fry processing potatoes - (Research Notes)
Bethke, P.C., Wiberley-Bradford, A.E. 2014. Senescence sweetening of chip and fry processing potatoes. Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Associaiton Conference Proceedings. p. 1.
Why are we still growing Russet Burbank? Part II. Being better than Russet Burbank is the easy part - (Trade Journal)
Bethke, P.C., Bussan, A.J. 2013. Why are we still growing Russet Burbank? Part II. Being better than Russet Burbank is the easy part. Common Tater. 65(9):20-21.
Storage research roundup - (Trade Journal)
Bethke, P.C. 2013. Storage research roundup. Common Tater. 65(9):12-13.
Why are we still growing Russet Burbank? Part I. The many weaknesses and great strengths of America’s No. 1 potato - (Trade Journal)
Bethke, P.C., Bussan, A.J. 2013. Why are we still growing Russet Burbank? Part I. The many weaknesses and great strengths of America’s No. 1 potato. Common Tater. 65(8):30-31.
Last Modified: 8/27/2014
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