Tuber and starch quality of wild and cultivated potato species and cultivars
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- Jansen, G., Flamme, W., Schüler, K. et al. Potato Res (2001) 44: 137. doi:10.1007/BF02410100
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Between 1993 and 1998 205 different potato cultivars and 1220 accessions/genotypes of wild and cultivated potato species from the IPK Genebank Gatersleben were evaluated. Parameters interesting for starch isolation and especially for the use of starch were determined. Altogether, there was a higher variability in wild potato species than in cultivated potatoes for all characteristics investigated: dry matter content, starch content, protein content, amylose content and mean particle diameter of starch granules.