Her primary areas of study are Horticulture, Postharvest, Botany, Biotechnology and Biological pest control. Her research in Horticulture intersects with topics in Rhizosphere, Essential oil and Sorghum. Her Postharvest research incorporates elements of Titratable acid and Conidium.
Lise Korsten has researched Botany in several fields, including Food preservation and Shelf life. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agriculture, Natural resource economics and Product in addition to Biotechnology. She interconnects Fruits and vegetables, Pesticide, Toxicology and Natural enemies in the investigation of issues within Biological pest control.
Horticulture, Botany, Postharvest, Biotechnology and Fungicide are her primary areas of study. Her work on Browning, Penicillium digitatum and Preharvest as part of general Horticulture research is frequently linked to Cold storage, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her study in the field of Cultivar, Guignardia, Citrus black spot and Anthocyanin also crosses realms of Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis.
Her Postharvest study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Modified atmosphere, Food science, Penicillium, Biological pest control and PEAR. Her Biotechnology study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Veterinary medicine, Food security, Horticulture, Food safety and Biotechnology. Her Veterinary medicine research includes elements of Ampicillin, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Escherichia coli and Antibiotic resistance. While the research belongs to areas of Food security, she spends her time largely on the problem of Food processing, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Sustainability, Development economics and Agricultural productivity.
Her Horticulture study frequently links to related topics such as Cladosporium. Her studies in Biotechnology integrate themes in fields like Microbial diversity, Wine and Kocuria. Her research in the fields of Penicillium digitatum overlaps with other disciplines such as Cold storage.
Lise Korsten mostly deals with Food safety, Biotechnology, Food security, Excellence and Horticulture. Her work deals with themes such as Tetracycline, Enterobacter, Veterinary medicine, Enterobacteriaceae and Serratia, which intersect with Food safety. Her study in Biotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Microbial diversity, Toxicology and Surface water.
In the field of Food security, her study on Food systems overlaps with subjects such as Psychological resilience. Her studies deal with areas such as Nutritional quality and Thyme oil as well as Horticulture. Her Nonylphenol research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lactuca, Plant morphology, Chlorophyll, Botany and Chloroplast.
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Biological control of postharvest diseases of fruits.
Wojciech J. Janisiewicz;Lise Korsten.
Annual Review of Phytopathology (2002)
Iturin A is the principal inhibitor in the biocontrol activity of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens PPCB004 against postharvest fungal pathogens
E. Arrebola;R. Jacobs;L. Korsten.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (2010)
Integrated control of citrus green and blue molds using Bacillus subtilis in combination with sodium bicarbonate or hot water
Joseph Obagwu;Lise Korsten.
Postharvest Biology and Technology (2003)
Microbial hazards in irrigation water: standards, norms, and testing to manage use of water in fresh produce primary production.
Mieke Uyttendaele;Lee-Ann Jaykus;Philip Amoah;Alessandro Chiodini.
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety (2015)
Citrus Huanglongbing: Review, Present status and Future Strategies
J. V. da Graça;L. Korsten.
Diseases of Fruits and Vegetables: Diagnosis and Management, Vol. 1 (2004)
Screening rhizobacteria for biological control of Fusarium root and crown rot of sorghum in Ethiopia
H. Ahmed Idris;H. Ahmed Idris;Nico Labuschagne;Lise Korsten.
Biological Control (2007)
Combined application of antagonist Bacillus amyloliquefaciens and essential oils for the control of peach postharvest diseases
Eva Arrebola;Dharini Sivakumar;Romina Bacigalupo;Lise Korsten.
Crop Protection (2010)
Effect of volatile compounds produced by Bacillus strains on postharvest decay in citrus
Eva Arrebola;Dharini Sivakumar;Lise Korsten.
Biological Control (2010)
The efficacy of combined application of edible coatings and thyme oil in inducing resistance components in avocado (Persea americana Mill.) against anthracnose during post-harvest storage
Malick Bill;Malick Bill;Dharini Sivakumar;Lise Korsten;A. Keith Thompson.
Crop Protection (2014)
Medicinal bulbous plants of South Africa and their traditional relevance in the control of infectious diseases.
C.A.M Louw;T.J.C Regnier;L Korsten.
Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2002)
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