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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Tropical Crops and Germplasm Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BIOVERSITY INTERNATIONAL, MONTPELLIER CEDEX 5, FRANCE
  • Field Verification and Characterization of Musa Germplasm Maintained in Vitro at the Global Musa Collection, International Transit Center (Itc)


  • CATIE, TURRIALBA, COSTA RICA
  • Evaluation of Improved Cacao (Theobroma Cacao) Materials for Agronomic Performance, Reaction to Diseases and Uptake of Cadmium


  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC, UNITED STATES
  • Breeding and Seed Increase of Soybean for North Carolina State University


  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA, UNITED STATES
  • Pyramiding Elemental Traits to Accelerate Breeding of Resilient, More Productive Beans for Smallholder Farmers


  • SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, MOROGORO, TANZANIA
  • Increasing Common Bean Productivity in Tanzania


  • U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, Lemont, IL, UNITED STATES
  • Genomic Dissection of Anthracnose Resistance Response in Sorghum [sorghum Bicolor (L.) Moench]


  • UNIV OF PUERTO RICO, ESTACION EXPERI AGRICOLA, San Juan, PR, UNITED STATES
  • Breeding Locally-Adapted Pulse Crops for Enhanced Yield and Seed Qualities


  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, ATHENS, GA, UNITED STATES
  • Breeding and Seed Increase of Soybean for the University of Georgia


  • UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO, SAN JUAN, PR, UNITED STATES
  • Development and Implementation of Robust Molecular Markers and Genetic Improvement of Common and Tepary Beans in Central America and Haiti

  • Characterization of Important Plant Pathogens in Musa (Banana) Spp. Germplasm

  • Characterization of Angular Leaf Spot in Puerto Rico and the Evaluation of the Genetic Response in Common Bean


  • USDA, APHIS, PPQ, S&T, RALEIGH, NC, UNITED STATES
  • Assessing Puerto Rican Bee Colonies for Health Aggression and the Potential for Queen-Rearing


  • Last Modified: 7/22/2004
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