Peanuts: Genetics, Processing, and Utilization

Edited by H. Thomas Stalker and Richard F. Wilson
2016. 498 pages. ISBN. 978-1-630670-38-2 

This book presents innovations in crop productivity and processing technologies that help ensure global food security and high quality peanut products. As one of eight titles included in the AOCS Monograph Series on Oilseeds, Peanuts: Genetics, Processing, and Utilization includes insights and advances toward the strategic International Peanut Genome Initiative research goals in the areas of Germplasm resources, Genome Structure & Gene Function, Crop improvement, and Product Quality & Safety as well as other key advancements. The book also includes state-of-the-art processing and manufacturing methodologies for safe, nutritious, and flavorful food products in market environments driven by consumer perception, legislation, and government policy.

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Chapter 1. Origin and Early History of the Peanut
Ray O. Hammons, Danielle Herman and H. Thomas Stalker

Chapter 2. Biology, Speciation, and Utilization of Peanut Species
H. Thomas Stalker, Shyamalrau P. Tallury, Guillermo R. Seijo and Soraya C. Leal-Bertioli

Chapter 3. Global...

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