APRES has a variety of publications in print and online. Below is a description of each:
Peanut Science is a peer-reviewed on-line research journal dedicated to publishing the results of Research, Education, and/or Extension projects and programs directly involved with or applicable to the production, storage, processing, manufacturing or marketing of peanuts. Published twice a year since 1964, Peanut Science has an amazing searchable database to find just what you are looking for whether it is by author, subject, or key word.
Annual Meeting Proceedings is a compilation of abstracts of professional papers presented at the annual meeting of the APRES. Also included, is a report of actions taken on behalf of APRES membership. Every year since 1957 is available on-line.
APRES By-Laws are the tenements by which the American Peanut Research and Eduction Society operates.
Abstracts Presented at the Annual Meetings – The official record of the Annual Meeting, our Proceedings, is now coordinated with the individual abstracts presented at each meeting, ready for viewing and citation prior to publishing of the Proceedings.
Books – In Print and Online
Peanuts-Genetics, Processing, and Utilization – An APRES – AOCS joint publications, Peanuts-Genetics, Processing and Utilization,is a presentation of the latest innovations in crop breeding, processing and food manufacturing technologies, with tactics to help ensure global food security and high quality peanut products with a focus on market environments driven by consumer perception, legislation and governmental policy.
Advances in Peanut Science is a 17- chapter book written in 1995 by leading experts on peanut reproductive development; germplasm resources and breeding; insect, disease and weed management; pesticides and soil fertility; biological nitrogen fixation; modelling and cultural practices; mycotoxins and their elimination; peanut processing, flavor characteristics, and marketing. The topics address subjects pertinent to a broad spectrum of the peanut industry and serve as a resource for researchers, members of the peanut industry, and students of peanut development through production and marketing.
Peanut Science and Technology is a comprehensive text covering the peanut industry from production to utilization. It builds on the original APRES publication Peanuts-Culture and Uses (1973). Available for download only.
Peanuts-Culture and Uses is the first book published by the American Peanut Research and Education Society (APRES). Published in 1973, Peanuts-Culture and Uses was the first book to cover the peanut industry from production to utilization. Available for download only.