University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Faculty of Life Sciences, Department of Agriculture and Ecology, Denmark - Prior to 2012

Watermelons for life: The potential of indigenous African genetic resources

Research project Genetic resources of indigenous plant species are important for crop and diet diversity. Watermelon originates from Africa, and indigenous genetic resources have potential both as a source of protein and fat (seeds), carbohydrates, fibres and vitami ...
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Integrated disease and nutrient management in intensive rice production systems in Vietnam

Research project The project involves a multidisciplinary systems approach to improve rice production and quality in the Mekong River Delta of Vietnam. The work is arranged in seven different work packages (WPs). WP1 to WP5 each includes a full educational program i ...
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Inheritance, Heritability and Heterosis in the Scarlet Eggplant

Master thesis Abstract The Scarlet eggplant ( Solanum aethiopicum L.) is an important vegetable crop all across sub-Saharan Africa. It belongs to the same Solanaceae subgenus as the more popular brinjal eggplant or aubergine ( Solanum melongena L.). So far ...
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Monitoring Matters: Comparative Analysis of Innovative Approaches

Research project Monitoring of natural resources and resource use by professional scientists is often costly and hard to sustain, especially in developing countries, where financial resources are limited. Moreover, such monitoring can be logistically and technically ...
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