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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications at this Location
ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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Agronomic performance of five banana cultivars under protected cultivation
(Abstract Only)
(20-Mar-13)
Two new promising cultivars of mango for Florida
(Abstract Only)
(19-Mar-13)
Analysis of sesquiterpene distributions in leaves, branches, and trunks of avocado (Persea americana Mill.)
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(01-Mar-13)
American Lauraceae: Relative attraction and susceptibility to attack by redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus)
(Abstract Only)
(26-Feb-13)
iXora: Haplotype Inferencing and Trait Association
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
The Genome of the Most Widely Cultivated Cacao Type and Its Use to Identify Candidate Genes Regulating Traits: Pod Color as an Example
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Genome Size Evolution in Theobroma cacao: Recent Sequencing of Two Cacao Genomes of Different Size
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Toward The Identification Of Candidate Genes Involved In Black Pod Disease Resistance In Theobroma cacao L.
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Building genomic resources for Theobroma cacao
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Impact Of Selfing On The Inference Of Demographic History From Whole Genomes In Theobroma cacao L.
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Generation of a Saturated Genetic Recombination Map for Avocado (Persea americana)
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
The Role Of Haplotyping In Mapping The Pod Color Trait
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
The Genome of the Most Widely Cultivated Cacao Type and Its Use to Identify Candidate Genes Regulating Traits: Pod Color as an Example
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
Towards The Identification Of Candidate Genes Involved In Witches' Broom Disease Resistance In Theobroma cacao L.
(Abstract Only)
(13-Jan-13)
The genetic identity of Theobroma cacao L. CCN-51
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-13)
Toward The identification Of candidate genes involved in black pod disease resistance in Theobroma cacao L.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-13)
Toward the identification of candidate genes involved In black pod disease resistance in Theobroma cacao L.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-13)
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