Thomas D. Warkentin mostly deals with Agronomy, Genetics, Cultivar, Botany and Horticulture. His Agronomy study combines topics in areas such as Pisum and Micronutrient. His Cultivar research incorporates themes from Legume, Food science, Starch, Callus and Stamen.
His study on Wild species is often connected to Tissue culture as part of broader study in Botany. He is interested in Field pea, which is a field of Horticulture. His Field pea study is associated with Sativum.
Agronomy, Cultivar, Field pea, Sativum and Pisum are his primary areas of study. To a larger extent, Thomas D. Warkentin studies Botany with the aim of understanding Cultivar. His studies in Field pea integrate themes in fields like Genotype, Mycosphaerella and Starch.
He works mostly in the field of Sativum, limiting it down to concerns involving Cotyledon and, occasionally, Carotenoid. His Blight study which covers Plant disease resistance that intersects with Genetic marker. His Ascochyta research includes elements of Quantitative trait locus and Genetics.
His primary areas of study are Sativum, Field pea, Agronomy, Food science and Single-nucleotide polymorphism. The Sativum study combines topics in areas such as Cultivar, Genetic linkage, Hay, Animal science and Forage. His research on Pisum and Horticulture is centered around Field pea.
His Agronomy research incorporates elements of Phosphorus and Genetic variation. Many of his research projects under Food science are closely connected to Quality with Quality, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His research investigates the link between Single-nucleotide polymorphism and topics such as Blight that cross with problems in Mycosphaerella.
Thomas D. Warkentin mainly focuses on Field pea, Horticulture, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Sativum and Food science. His study in Field pea is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pollen tube and Stamen. The Single-nucleotide polymorphism study combines topics in areas such as Quantitative trait locus, Genetic linkage, Genetic diversity and Candidate gene.
He has included themes like Cultivar, Pisum and Mycosphaerella in his Sativum study. Pisum is often connected to Agronomy in his work. His study in the fields of Carotenoid under the domain of Food science overlaps with other disciplines such as Nut, Food composition data and Quality.
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Transgene copy number can be positively or negatively associated with transgene expression.
Shaun L. A. Hobbs;Thomas D. Warkentin;Catherine M. O. DeLong.
Plant Molecular Biology (1993)
Pea Starch: Composition, Structure and Properties — A Review
Wajira S. Ratnayake;Ratnajothi Hoover;Tom Warkentin.
Pea (Pisum sativum L.) in the Genomic Era
Petr Smýkal;Gregoire Aubert;Judith Burstin;Clarice J. Coyne.
In vitro starch digestibility, expected glycemic index, and thermal and pasting properties of flours from pea, lentil and chickpea cultivars
Hyun-Jung Chung;Qiang Liu;Ratnajothi Hoover;Tom D. Warkentin.
Food Chemistry (2008)
Genetic diversity among varieties and wild species accessions of pea (Pisum sativum L.) based on molecular markers, and morphological and physiological characters.
B Tar'an;C Zhang;T Warkentin;A Tullu.
Composition, Molecular Structure, Properties, and In Vitro Digestibility of Starches from Newly Released Canadian Pulse Cultivars
Hyun-Jung Chung;Qiang Liu;Elizabeth Donner;Ratnajothi Hoover.
Cereal Chemistry (2008)
Quantitative trait loci for lodging resistance, plant height and partial resistance to mycosphaerella blight in field pea ( Pisum sativum L.)
B. Tar'an;T. Warkentin;D. J. Somers;D. Miranda.
Theoretical and Applied Genetics (2003)
Adaptation of grain legumes to climate change: a review
Vincent Vadez;Jens D. Berger;Tom Warkentin;Senthold Asseng.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2012)
Cultivar identification and genetic relationship among selected breeding lines and cultivars in chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.)
M.A. Chowdhury;Bert Vandenberg;T. Warkentin.
Functional attributes of pea protein isolates prepared using different extraction methods and cultivars
Andrea K. Stone;Anna Karalash;Robert T. Tyler;Thomas D. Warkentin.
Food Research International (2015)
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