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Darrin Haagenson
Sugarbeet and Potato Research
Research Plant Physiologist

Phone: (218) 773-2473
Fax:

311 5th Ave NE
Potato Res Worksite
EAST GRAND FRKS, ND 567210000

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Projects
Improving Potato Postharvest Quality by Identifying and Manipulating Molecular Processes Regulating Tuber Dormancy and Wound-Healing
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 442019
Development of Image Analysis Tools to Quantify Storage Quality Traits
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 438100
Elucidating Factors Impacting Skin Set and Periderm Development via Metabolomics and Genomic Analysis
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 438252
Impact of Agronomic and Post-harvest Management Practices on Potato Quality
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 440175
Evaluating Bruising in Storage among Fresh-market and Processing Varieties
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 440353
National Fry Processing Trials-Part IV
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 436224

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Chip and fry processing evaluations among advanced breeding clones in storage (2018 Crop) - (Trade Journal)
Haagenson, D. 2019. Chip and fry processing evaluations among advanced breeding clones in storage (2018 Crop). Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 84(273)20-24.
Chip processing evaluation among advanced breeding clones at 7 month storage, 2016-2017 - (Trade Journal)
Haagenson, D. 2018. Chip processing evaluation among advanced breeding clones at 7 month storage, 2016-2017. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 83(263):26-29.
Plant resistance to Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in diploid F2 families derived from crosses between cultivated and wild potato Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Crossley, M.S., Schoville, S., Haagenson, D., Jansky, S.H. 2018. Plant resistance to Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in diploid F2 families derived from crosses between cultivated and wild potato. Journal of Economic Entomology. https://doi.org/10.1093/jee/toy120.
Impact of storage temperature duration, and harvest date on sugarbeet raffinoise metabolism - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Haagenson, D.M., Klotz, K.L., Campbell, L.G. 2008. Impact of storage temperature, storage duration, and harvest date on sugarbeet raffinose metabolism. Postharvest Biology and Technology. 49:221-228. doi:10.1016/j.postharvbio.2008.02.007
WOUNDING, ANOXIA AND COLD INDUCE SUGARBEET SUCROSE SYNTHASE TRANSCRIPTIONAL CHANGES THAT ARE UNRELATED TO PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND ACTIVITY - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Klotz, K.L., Haagenson, D.M. 2008. Wounding, anoxia and cold induce sugarbeet sucrose synthase transcriptional changes that are unrelated to protein expression and activity. Journal of Plant Physiology. 165:423-434.
IMPACT OF SUGARBEET ROOT MASS AND SURFACE AREA ON POSTHARVEST RESPIRATION - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Haagenson, D.M., Klotz, K.L., Campbell, L.G., Khan, M.F. 2006. Relationships between Root Size and Postharvest Respiration Rate. Journal of Sugarbeet Research. 43(4):129-144.
SUGARBEET SUCROSE SYNTHASE GENES DIFFER IN STRUCTURE AND ORGAN-SPECIFIC AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Haagenson, D.M., Klotz, K.L., McGrath, J.M. 2006. Sugarbeet sucrose synthase genes differ in organ-specific and developmental expression. Journal of Plant Physiology. 163:102-106.
SUGARBEET SUCROSE SYNTHASE GENE EXPRESSION IS ORGAN-SPECIFIC, DEVELOPMENTALLY REGULATED, AND AFFECTED BY ABIOTIC STRESSES. - (Abstract Only)
Klotz, K.L., Haagenson, D.M. 2005. Sugarbeet sucrose synthase gene expression is organ-specific, developmentally regulated, and affected by abiotic stresses [abstract]. Annual Meeting Abstracts [CD ROM]. Madison, WI ASA-CSSA-SSSA.
SUCROSE SYNTHASE GENE EXPRESSION IS TISSUE-SPECIFIC, DEVELOPMENTALLY EGULATED, AND INFLUENCED BY ABIOTIC STRESSES - (Proceedings)
Klotz, K.L., Haagenson, D.M., Mcgrath, J.M. 2005. Sucrose synthase gene expression is tissue-specific, developmentally regulated, and influenced by abiotic stresses [Abstract]. Journal of Sugar Beet Research. 42(1&):62-63.
RAFFINOSE SYNTHASE IS INFLUENCED BY POSTHARVEST STORAGE TEMPERATURE AND DURATION. - (Proceedings)
Haagenson, D.M., Klotz, K.L. 2005. Raffinose synthase is influenced by postharvest storage temperature and duration [Abstract]. Journal of Sugar Beet Research. 42(1&2):62.
INFLUENCE OF HARVEST DATE AND STORAGE TEMPERATURE ON SUGARBEET ROOT RAFFINOSE ACCUMULATION - (Abstract Only)
Haagenson, D.M., Klotz, K.L. 2004. Raffinose synthase is influenced by postharvest storage temperature and duration [abstract.] Abstracts from ASA, CSSA, and SSSA International Annual Meeting 31 Oct-4 Nov, 2004, Seattle, WA. [CD-ROM.]