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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
Bacteria
Beef cattle, live animal
Meat, beef cattle
Meat, sheep
Meat, swine
Sheep, live animal
Swine, live animal
Viruses
Research Projects within Swine, live animal
item Characterization of a novel translational model for Becker muscular dystrophy
item Dietary effects on sow productivity to three parities
item Dietary Effects on Sow Productivity to Three Parities
item Evaluation of Contributions to Seasonal Reproductive Inefficiency
item EXPLORING GENOMIC DIFFERENCES AND ECOLOGICAL RESERVOIRS TO CONTROL FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
item Genetic and Genomic Approaches to Improve Swine Reproductive Efficiency
item IMPROVED NUTRIENT EFFICIENCY OF BEEF CATTLE AND SWINE
item IMPROVING SOW LIFETIME PRODUCTIVITY IN SWINE
item Management of Manure Nutrients, Environmental Contaminants, and Energy From Cattle and Swine Production Facilities
item OPTIMAL DIETARY ENERGY AND PROTEIN FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GILTS
item Optimal Dietary Energy and Protein for the Development of Gilts
item Optimal Dietary Energy and Protein for the Development of Gilts
item PHENOTYPIC AND GENOMIC DATABASE CREATION FOR CATTLE IN INDUSTRY POPULATIONS
item PORCINE AND BOVINE GENOME ANNOTATION AND QTL DISSECTION
item PREVENTION OF PATHOGEN TRANSMISSION FROM ANIMAL MANURE TO FOOD, WATER, AND ENVIRONMENT
item Producer Outreach for Updated Swine Ventilation Standards
item RFAMIDE PEPTIDES INTEGRATE THE EFFECT OF NUTRITION ON THE GONADOTROPIC AXIS OF THE GILT
item RFAMIDE PEPTIDES INTEGRATE THE EFFECT OF NUTRITION ON THE GONADOTROPIC AXIS OF THE GILT
item STRATEGIES TO OPTIMIZE MEAT QUALITY AND COMPOSITION OF RED MEAT ANIMALS
item TRANSLATIONAL GENOMICS FOR IMPROVING SOW REPRODUCTIVE LONGEVITY
item Water Holding Capacity Mechanisms of Meat
Last Modified: 8/22/2014
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