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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: Improved Potato Market Quality Through Germplasm Processing Evaluations and Optimized Storage Technologies

Location: Sugarbeet and Potato Research

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

Advanced potato breeding clones: Storage and processing evaluation - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J. 2014. Advanced potato breeding clones: Storage and processing evaluation. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 79(231)10-14.
Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J.R. 2013. Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 78(224):11-13.
Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J.R. 2012. Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 77(216):11-13.
Storage and processing evaluation of advanced potato breeding clones - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J.R. 2012. Storage and processing evaluation of advanced potato breeding clones. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 77:10-14.
Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J. 2011. Marketing potential of advanced breeding clones. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 76(208):7-9.
Advanced potato breeding clones: storage and processing evaluation - (Trade Journal)
Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J. 2011. Advanced potato breeding clones: storage and processing evaluation. Valley Potato Grower Magazine. 76(207):8-12.
Dakota Trailblazer: A new, dual-purpose russet cultivar with Verticillium wilt resistance - (Abstract Only)
Farnsworth, B.L., Gudmestad, N.C., Pasche, J.S., Secor, G.A., David, N.L., Nilles, R.L., Hatterman-Valenti, H., Glynn, M.T., Sowokinos, J.R., Rosen, C., Preston, D., Thompson, A.L. 2010. Dakota Trailblazer: A New, Dual-Purpose Russet Cultivar with Verticillium Wilt Resistance [abstract.] The Potato Association of America. Paper No. 89, p. 101.
Improving the french fry quality of russeted potatoes through transformation with the anti-sweetening gene (UgpA) from the Chipping cv. Snowden - (Abstract Only)
Gupta, S.K., Thompson, A.L., Kashyap, S., Sowokinos, J.R., Glynn, M.T. 2010. Improving the French Fry Quality of Russeted Potatoes Through Transformation with the Anti-Sweetening Gene (UgpA) from the Chipping cv. Snowden [abstract.] The Potato Association of American. Paper No. 114, p. 119-120.
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