Book Review: Potato Biology and Biotechnology: Advances and Perspectives, Dick Vreugdenhil (ed), with John Bradshaw, Christiane Gebhardt, Francine Govers, Donald K.J. MacKerron, Mark A. Taylor and Heather A. Ross. Elsevier, Oxford, Amsterdam, First Edition 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0-444-51018-1; ISBN-10: 0-444-51018-4, 856 pp. Price: EUR 91.95, USD 110, GBP 62.99

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Potato science has a long tradition of excellent books that reviewed progress in knowledge. Standard works within the Anglophone scientific community were the books of W.G. Burton (“The potato”, several editions) and Paul M. Harris (“The potato crop, the scientific basis for improvement”, several editions). Within the Francophone community the book by P… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11540-008-9102-5

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@article{Struik2008BookRP, title={Book Review: Potato Biology and Biotechnology: Advances and Perspectives, Dick Vreugdenhil (ed), with John Bradshaw, Christiane Gebhardt, Francine Govers, Donald K.J. MacKerron, Mark A. Taylor and Heather A. Ross. Elsevier, Oxford, Amsterdam, First Edition 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0-444-51018-1; ISBN-10: 0-444-51018-4, 856 pp. Price: EUR 91.95, USD 110, GBP 62.99}, author={Paul C. Struik}, journal={Potato Research}, year={2008}, volume={51}, pages={211-213} }