Cisgenesis: a novel way to combat late blight

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    Abstract

    In most countries with temperate climates, cereal, notably wheat, is the most important arable crop. In a few countries such as the Netherlands, potato dominates. In the European Union, over 50 million hectares of wheat is grown against approximately two million hectares of potato, yielding some 70 million tons of tubers. The majority of the produce is consumed as fresh table potatoes but almost one fifth is processed into starch for industrial and food industry purposes, into frozen products such as french fries and into snacks such as chips (crisps in the UK).
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)62-65
    JournalNew Food
    Volume12
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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