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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.

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Subjects of Investigation
Microorganisms, general/other
Soybean
Research Projects within Soybean
item Breeding and Physiological Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for Kansas (USB PROJECT 1420-532-5613)
item Breeding Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for Minnesota (USB Project 1420-531-5613)
item Breeding Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for Nebraska
item Characterization and Deployment of the High Stearic Acid Soybean Oil Trait
item Develop High-Yielding Mg4-6 Soybean Cultivars/ Germplasm with High Protein, Low Phytate, and Desirable Sugars for the Meal Market
item Development of High Yielding Soybean Cultivars and Germplasm with Higher Seed Protein Content and/or Improved Amino Acid Composition
item Development of high yielding Soybeans with High-Oleic and Low-linolenic, Low-saturates or high Stearic Fatty Acids in Seed Oil
item Development of Productive Soybeans with High Oil and Improved Fatty Acid Profiles
item Development of Soybean Lines in Maturity Group Ii that have the Combination of Low Palmitic Acid, Low Linolenic Acid, and High Yield
item Development of Soybeans with High Yield and Higher Seed Protein with Improved Amino Acid Composition and Low Phytate
item Drought Heat and Flood Tolerant Varieties for the Midwest and the South: Building on Success
item Drought, heat, and flood tolerant varieties for the Midwest and South: Building on Success
item Drought, Heat, and Flood Tolerant Varieties for the Midwest and South: Building on Success (Year one of 3)
item Drought, Heat, and Flood Tolerant Varieties for the Midwest and South: Building on Success (Year one of 3)
item Increasing Soybean Yield with Exotic Germplasm in the South Atlantic Area
item Increasing the Competitiveness of U.S. Soybeans in Global Markets through Genetic Diversity, Genomics, and Plant Breeding
item Physiological and Breeding Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for Arkansas
item Physiological Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for Missouri (USB Project 1420-532-5613)
item Physiological Approaches to Develop Stress Tolerant Soybean Varieties for North Carolina
Last Modified: 12/19/2014
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