Dissertations at Lincoln University may be submitted as part of a course of study towards a Masters degree by examination, a Bachelors degree with Honours, a Postgraduate Diploma or a Graduate Diploma. Dissertations are extended research essays and do not have equivalent standing to theses.
Students wishing to submit dissertations should see the Depositing theses and dissertations guide.
(Lincoln University, 2020)Abstract withheld due to embargo restrictions
Health claims on the consumers acceptability, emotional responses and purchase intent of protein bars (Lincoln University, 2020)Consumers are becoming more aware about their health and are concerned of what they are consuming, ultimately leading them towards healthy food choices. In context to healthy food choices, health claim labels on the food ...
(Lincoln University, 2020)Tomato is a vegetable/fruit consumed by people globally. Root-knot nematode (RKN) is one of the most important plant-parasitic nematodes which causes significant yield loss in tomato and many other agriculturally important ...
Chemical characterization of chitin from New Zealand plants and their use as antimicrobial : A Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Food Innovation (Lincoln University, 2020)This project validates the application of mushroom-based chitin quantification/determination protocols on plant-derived samples, for the quantification of the nitrogenous compound- chitin from New Zealand Flax seeds using ...
Chemical characterization of chitin from New Zealand plants and their use as digestive aids : A Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science (Lincoln University, 2020)Natural polysaccharide, Chitin is a biopolymer isolated from shells and exoskeletons of fungal, algal, insect, molluscs and crustacean sources, and the extraction method varies among different sources. Among all these ...