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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Amy Wiberley-Bradford
Vegetable Crops Research Unit
Research Plant Physiologist

Phone: (608) 263-8989
Fax: (608) 262-4743
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
1575 LINDEN DR
MADISON, WI, 53706


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
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.
Cold-induced sweetening, sugar ends, stem-end chip defect and acrylamide can be controlled effectively by silencing of the potato vacuolar invertase gene - (Proceedings)
Bethke, P.C., Zhu, X., Wiberley-Bradford, A.E., Bussan, A.J., Jiang, J. 2013. Cold-induced sweetening, sugar ends, stem-end chip defect and acrylamide can be controlled effectively by silencing of the potato vacuolar invertase gene [abstract]. Proceedings Wisconsin Annual Potato Meetings. p. 151.
Long-term storage of low-invertase Katahdin at different temperature set points - (Abstract Only)
Bethke, P.C., Wiberley-Bradford, A.E., Jiang, J. 2012. Long-term storage of low-invertase Katahdin at different temperature set points [abstract]. Potato Association of America Proceedings. Paper No. 057.
Last Modified: 4/21/2014
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