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Título : Abstract book 10th WPC- XXVIII ALAP 2018 Congress: Biodiversity, Food Security and Business
Autor : Barandiarán Gamarra, Miguel Ángel
Fecha de publicación : may-2018
Resumen : In Peru, potato is not only a food or a business, it is part of our culture, our tradition, our customs and beliefs, In short, potato is our way of life. The abstracts presented in this book provide a sample of the progress in scientific research, the development of potato and the potato industry, organized according to the seven technical themes chosen for this Congress: • Climate Change and Potato Agri-food Systems. • Trends in Potato Consumption and Markets. • Potato Variety Development and Biotechnology • Potato Pests and Diseases • Potato Crop Management • Post-harvest and Processing Technology • Potato Biodiversity and its Relation to Breeding, Nutrition and Health. The 10th World Potato Congress and the XXVIII Latin American Potato Association Congress, brings together 747 attendees representing 37 countries. Of the 164 abstracts presented in this book, 67.8% come from Latin America, 18.8% from Europe, 1% from Oceania, 5.6% from Asia and 6.8% from Africa. Abstracts have been prepared by scientists with great experience in potato worldwide.
Palabras clave : Papa nativa
Cambio climático
Control de cultivos
Editorial : Instituto Nacional de Innovación Agraria - INIA
Citación : Barandiarán, M.A. (2018). Abstract Book 10th WPC- XXVIII ALAP 2018 Congress: Biodiversity, Food Security and Business. Cusco, Perú: Instituto Nacional de Innovación Agraria, 168 p.
Descripción : 168 páginas.
URI : http://repositorio.inia.gob.pe/handle/20.500.12955/807
metadata.dc.subject.ocde: Agricultura
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