Recent PhD dissertations – University of Copenhagen

Recent PhD dissertations

Recent PhD dissertations from the research group Tropical Trees and Landscapes.


Eefke Mollee 
The use of urban plant resources for health and food security in Kampala, Uganda
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Antoine Sambou
Vegetation change, tree diversity and food security in the Sahel: A case from the salinity-affected Fatick province in Senegal
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Paulo van Breugel
The potential natural vegetation of eastern Africa - Distribution, conservation and future changes
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Kristin Marie Lassen 
Pollination strategies to increase productivity of the African fruit trees Vitellaria paradoxa subsp. paradoxa & Parkia biglobosa
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Sayma Akhter
Conservation of Mangifera sylvatica: a Wild Fruit Species for Health and Livelihoods
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Ida Hartvig Larsen
Conservation genetics of threatened Dalbergia timber species in Indochina
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Richard Asare
The relationships between on-farm shade trees and cocoa yields in Ghana
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Adama Korbo
Genetic variation in food potential and adaptation of baobab (Adansonia digitata L)
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Adja Madjiguene Diallo
Coexistence and performance of diploid and polyploid Acacia senegal (L.) Willd.: implications for adaptation and domestication in the Sahel
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Bouda, Zoewinde Henri-Noel
Adaptive properties of Adansonia digitata L. (Baobab) & Parkia biglobosa (Jacq.) R.Br. (African Locust Bean) to drought stress (pdf)
Oudraogo, Moussa
Improving and conserving sahelian fruit trees: a case study of Parkia biglobosa Jacq. (Benth.) Read the abstract


Roshetko, James Michael
Smallholder tree farming systems for livelihood enhancement and carbon storage (pdf) 


Ojeda, Manuel
Management of timber-tree regeneration and reproductive ecology of Guibourtia chodatiana (Hassl) in the dry lowlands of Bolivia


Larsen, Anders Søndergaard
Gene flow and genetic structure of wild fruit trees: DNA-marker based studies in Adansonia digitata, Vitellaria paradoxa, Parkia biglobosa and Malus sylvestris