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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
Beef cattle, live animal
Climate
Dairy cattle, live animal
Horses, ponies, and mules
Sheep, live animal
Spiders, mites, ticks, and other arthropods
Watersheds and river basins, general
Weeds
Research Projects within Dairy cattle, live animal
item BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF TICKS OF VETERINARY AND HUMAN IMPORTANCE
item Cooperative Research to Capture Wild White-Tailed Deer for Determination of Tick Density on Such Deer in Specific Areas
item EVALUATION OF NOVEL ACARICIDE FOR CONTROLLING CATTLE FEVER TICKS, RHIPICEPHALUS (BOOPHILUS) MICROPLUS AND R(B) ANNULATUS, AND LONE STAR TICK
item EXPERIMENTAL BM86-BASED VACCINE FOR THE CATTLE FEVER TICK ERADICATION PROGRAM
item FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION AND TARGET VALIDATION OF TICK (BOOPHILUS MICROPLUS) G PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS
item INVESTIGATION OF ELECTROPORATION AS A MEANS OF TRANSFORMATION OF THE HORN FLY WITH GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN
item Investigation of the Impact of Arundo donax in Mexico and Evaluation of Candidate Biological Control Agents
item INVESTIGATIONS OF NOVEL TARGET-SPECIFIC LIGANDS FOR ACETYLCHOLINESTERASES OF ARTHROPOD PESTS
item KERR WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA - CONTROL OF TICKS FEEDING ON WHITE-TAILED DEER
item MINING THE GENOME OF RHIPICEPHALUS MICROPLUS TO DEVELOP NOVEL CONTROL TECHNOLOGY AND VACCINES
item Pilot Program to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Biological Control to Reduce the Impact of Invasive Carrizo Cane on the Rio Grande River
item PRODUCTION AND EFFICACY TESTING OF BM86-TEXAS ANTI-TICK VACCINE FOR THE CATTLE FEVER TICK ERADICATION PROGRAM
item Proprietary White-Tailed Deer Collar Assembly
item The Differential Gene Expression of the Gene's Organ in the Cattle Fever Tick, Rhipicephalus microplus
item USE OF CANINE TO DETECT AND ALERT TO THE PRESENCE OF CATTLE INFESTED WITH CATTLE FEVER TICKS, RHIPICEPHALUS (B.) ANNULATUS AND MICROPLUS
item Use of Synergized Acaricide Formulations for the Control of Resistant Populations of Rhipicephalus Microplus in the Mexican Tropics
Last Modified: 4/20/2014
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