The American Journal of Potato Research (AJPR), formerly titled the American Potato Journal (APJ), is a premier outlet for reporting of scientific advances on the potato. The AJPR is recognized internationally by contributors and readership. View the current issue’s table of contents from our publisher, Springer.
The American Journal of Potato Research publishes reports of basic and applied research on potato (Solanum spp.). There are three general categories of publication:
- full-length articles describing original scientific research in the form of a regular publication;
- short communications concisely describing poignant and timely research results in four or fewer journal pages;
- review papers, book reviews and symposium proceedings.
American Journal of Potato Research
Volume 92, Issue 3, May/June 2015
A One-Step, Real-Time Reverse Transcription Loopmediated Isothermal Amplification Assay to Detect Potato Virus Y.
Attainable CO2 Emission of Ware Potatoes Under High Yield Conditions in Southern Chile
Strategies for Selecting Stable Common Scab Resistant Clones in a Potato Breeding Program
The Effect of High Temperature Occurring in Subsequent Stages of Plant Development on Potato Yield and Tuber Physiological Defects
R2-like Gene Contributes to Resistance to Phytophthora infestans in Polish Potato Cultivar Bzura
Effects of Cover Type and Harvest Date on Yield, Quality and Cost-Effectiveness of Early Potato Cultivation
Genotype x Environment Interaction and Stability of Potato Tuber Yield and Bacterial Wilt Resistance in Kenya
Wild Yeast Strains as Prospective Candidates to Induce Resistance Against Potato Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans)
A Low Nutrient Solution Temperature and the Application of Stress Treatments Increase Potato Mini-tubers Production in an Aeroponic System
Rapid Colorimetric Detection of the Fungal Phytopathogen Synchytrium endobioticum Using Cyanine dye-Indicated PNA Hybridization
Germplasm Release: Three Potato Clones Incorporating Combined Resistances to Early Blight from S. palustre and Late Blight from S. bulbocastanum into a S. tuberosum Background
Investigations on Putative Zebra Chip Tolerant Potato Selections
Comparative Study of Soft Computing Methodologies for Energy Input–Output Analysis to Predict Potato Production
Variation for Tuber Greening in the Diploid Wild Potato Solanum Microdontum
Application of Marker Assisted Selection for Potato Virus Y Resistance in the University of Wisconsin Potato Breeding Program
High-Fidelity PCR Improves the Detection of ‘Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum’ in Potato Tubers
All PAA members have access to the American Journal of Potato Research by receiving six (6) issues, published bi-monthly; electronic access to all papers published in the American Potato Journal (1923-1996) and the American Journal of Potato Research (1997 forward) through the Springer/PAA website. View TOC for Vol. 92, Number 3, 2015, Pages 303 – 454