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Plant Breeding is a collaboration between the business unit Plant Breeding of Wageningen Plant Research and the Chair Group Plant Breeding. In this way, we are combining academic scientific expertise with more applied, strategic expertise.
WACI 702: Quantitative Inheritance in Plant Breeding: 3 Credits WACI 704: Physiology of Environmental (abiotic) stresses: 3 credits WACI 706: Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants: 3 credits WACI 710:PhD Seminar 1: 3 credits Elective Courses WACI 708: Plant Cell Tissue Culture: 3 credits WACI 712: Plant Virology: 3 credits Total Credits: 24 YEAR 2.
PhD thesis, University of Warwick. Akande, Femi David (2014) Investigating the potential use of virus technology to further our understanding of floral induction and its application in plant breeding programmes. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Organic plant breeding and propagation: concepts and strategies. PhD Thesis Wageningen University, The Netherlands. With references, English and Dutch summaries. ISBN: 90-5808-772-7 (Wageningen University and Research Centre, Wageningen) ISBN: 90-74021-26-3 (Louis Bolk Institute, Driebergen).
The non-thesis option M.S. in Plant Breeding requires 36 hours of coursework, four of which are an internship activity or other scholarly activity. Courses will vary depending upon the student’s career goals and current situation, but will emphasize such skills as applied plant breeding, molecular techniques, and statistical methods applicable to plant breeders.
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You’re ready to specialise in plant genetics and crop improvement at a ground-breaking centre for this highly prized discipline. With this expert, cutting edge training, you’ll have the perfect grounding to move into PhD research or a career in the practical plant breeding.