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Kathleen G. Haynes, Beverly A. Clevidence, David Rao, Bryan T. Vinyard, and J. Marion White

; Gey, 1995 ), and age-related macular degeneration ( Mares-Perlman et al., 1995 ; Seddon et al., 1994 ). The carotenoid content of white-fleshed potato cultivars has been reported to be low [less than 100 μg/100 g fresh weight (FW)], whereas the

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John Bamberg and Alfonso del Rio

Potatoes are native to the Americas, concentrated in the western mountains extending from southern Chile to southern Utah and Colorado in the United States. The authors here describe their efforts to collect and study populations of the two wild

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C.C. Shock, E.B.G. Feibert, and L.D. Saunders

1 Professor. 2 Senior Faculty Research Assistant. 3 Biological Sciences Research Technician. Oregon State Univ. technical paper no. 11165. We thank the Oregon Potato Commission, E.P.A. 319 funds, the Oregon Dept. of Environmental Quality

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Philip J. White, John E. Bradshaw, M. Finlay, B. Dale, Gavin Ramsay, John P. Hammond, and Martin R. Broadley

improve yields on infertile soils ( White and Broadley, 2005a ). MINERAL COMPOSITION OF POTATOES Potatoes are an excellent source of carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. A single medium-sized potato weighing 200 g fresh weight (FW) can provide ≈26% of

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Senay Ozgen and Jiwan P. Palta

Wisconsin-Madison, and by a grant from the Wisconsin State Potato Industry Board.

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Kathleen G. Haynes, Beverly A. Clevidence, David Rao, and Bryan T. Vinyard

Consumers have embraced the concept of buying colorful vegetables for their antioxidant activity and for their eye appeal. These and other quality factors have given yellow-fleshed potatoes such as ‘Yukon Gold’ an edge in the fresh potato market and

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David Douches, Walter Pett, Diedrich Visser, Joseph Coombs, Kelly Zarka, Kimberly Felcher, Gurling Bothma, Johan Brink, Muffy Koch, and Hector Quemada

Potato tuber moth is a serious pest of potato in South Africa. This insect causes damage during the growing season and in potato storage. The life cycle of potato tuber moth can be completed within 20 to 30 d and there may be as many as 12

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Mark E. Clough, George C. Yencho, Barbara Christ, Walter DeJong, Donald Halseth, Kathleen Haynes, Melvin Henninger, Chad Hutchinson, Matt Kleinhenz, Greg A. Porter, and Richard E. Veilleux

The USDA-CSREES NE1031 project entitled “Development of New Potato Clones for Improved Pest Resistance, Marketability, and Sustainability in the East” is a project that addresses the needs of the potato industry of the eastern United States through

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Meghan A. Curless and Keith A. Kelling

Support of this research provided by the Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association Potato Industry Board, the Wisconsin Fertilizer Research Council, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection ADD grant program

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D.S. Douches, A.L. Westedt, K. Zarka, B. Schroeter, and E.J. Grafius

This publication was made possible through support provided by the Office of USAID/CAIRO/AGR/A, under cooperative Agreement No. 263-0152-A-00-3036-00, and by the Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station. We thank Walter Pett for the potato