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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location
Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation. Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a subject of investigation will list the research projects within that subject of investigation.

Subjects of Investigation
Air
Alfalfa
Bacteria
Barley
Beans (fresh, fresh-processed)
Carrot
Climate
Cool season perennial grasses (includes bluegrass, bromegrass, fescue)
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cranberry
Cucumber
Cucurbits, other (includes pumpkin, squash, gourd)
Dairy cattle, general/other
Dairy cattle, live animal
Forage legumes, other
Grain crops, general/other (includes buckwheat, millet, triticale)
Melons (includes cantaloupe, muskmelon, watermelon)
Microorganisms, general/other
Oats
Onion, garlic, leek, shallot
Other cultured finfish
Other Pollinators
Pasture
Pasture and forage crops, general/other
Potato
Red clover
Soil
Tomato
Vegetables, general/other
Viruses
Warm season perennial grasses (includes dallisgrass, bluestems)
Water resources
Research Projects within Potato
item Development of Germplasm with Resistance to Verticillium Wilt Using the Ve Gene
item Development of Germplasm With Resistance to Verticillium Wilt Using the Ve Gene
item Development of Molecular and Applied Methods for Control of Potato Late Blight
item Development of Molecular and Applied Methods for Control of Potato Late Blight
item Development of Molecular and Applied Methods for Control of Potato Late Blight (UW)
item GENE FLOW BY HYLES LINEATA
item Genetic Characterization, Taxonomy, and Acquisition of Genetic Resources for Carrot, Potato, and Their Related Wild Species
item GENETIC EXCHANGE AND GENE FLOW RISKS FROM PLANTS IN AGRICULTURE
item GENETICS OF THE PATHOGEN-HOST-VECTOR INTERACTION IN SELECTED VEGETABLE CROPS
item Identification and Characterization of New Sources of Resistance to PVY
item Identifying and Characterizing Resistance from Diverse Potato Germplasm Sources to Highly Aggressive Strains of Late Blight
item Identifying and Characterizing Resistance from Diverse Potato Germplasm Sources to Highly Aggressive Strains of Late Blight (MSU - Douches)
item Identifying and Characterizing Resistance from Diverse Potato Germplasm Sources to Highly Aggressive Strains of Late Blight (MSU - Kirk)
item Improved Breeding and Variety Evaluation Methods to Reduce Acrylamide Content and Increase Quality in Processed Potato Products
item Linking Pollinator Behavior to Gene Flow to Reduce Gene Flow Risk Over the Landscape
item MANAGING INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE IN THE COLORADO POTATO BEETLE AND DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR RESISTANT BEETLES
item MANAGING INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE IN THE COLORADO POTATO BEETLE AND DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR RESISTANT BEETLES
item MANAGING INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE IN THE COLORADO POTATO BEETLE AND DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR RESISTANT BEETLES
item MANIPULATION OF PREHARVEST CONDITIONS AND STORAGE VENTILATION SYSTEMS TO MINIMIZE PRESSURE BRUISE IN POTATO - UW-MADISON
item Molecular Determinants of Virus Disease Proliferation and Host Resistance in Potato
item NEW BREEDING STRATEGIES FOR VERTICILLIUM WILT RESISTANCE (NORTH DAKOTA)
item New Breeding Strategies for Verticillium Wilt Resistance (Wisconsin)
item Potato Genetic Resource Management, Characterization, and Evaluation
item Resistance-Determining Interactions Between Phytopathogenic Phytophthora Effector IPI-O and the Host Resistance Protein RB
item Resistance-Determining Interactions Between Phytopathogenic Phytophthora Effector IPI-O and the Host Resistance Protein RB -CFDA #10.310
item Resources for the Genetic Improvement of Potato
item TOWARD COMPLETE CONTROL OF ACRYLAMIDE FORMATION IN POTATO CHIPS AND FRENCH FRIES
Last Modified: 9/2/2014
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