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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
Almond
Beef cattle, general/other
Beef cattle, live animal
Berries and cane fruits, other
Blueberry
Catfish
Chemurgic Crops
Climate
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cotton, other
Cottonseed (for meal, oil, etc.)
Cross-commodity research--multiple animal species
Cross-commodity research--multiple crops
Cultured aquatic animals, general/other
Dairy cattle, general/other
Dairy cattle, live animal
Drainage and irrigation facilities and systems
Edible tree nuts, general/other
Egg-type chicken, live animal
Fertilizers
Fungi (includes yeast)
Grain crops, general/other (includes buckwheat, millet, triticale)
Grain sorghum
Grapes, other
Herbaceous perennials and decorative greens
Honey bees
Horses, ponies, and mules
Individuals (as workers, consumers, members of society)
Insects
Kenaf
Land
Long fiber cotton
Machinery and equipment
Meat-type chicken, live animal
Miscellaneous and new crops, general/other
Noncrop plant research
Oilseed and oil crops, general/other
Ornamental trees and shrubs
Other cultured finfish
Oysters
Pasture
Pasture and forage crops, general/other
Peanut
Pecan
People and communities, general/other
Pesticides (includes herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, etc.)
Plant research, general
Poultry, general/other
Red clover
Research equipment and methods, general/other
Rice
Sheep, live animal
Soft red wheat
Soil
Soil and land, general
Soybean
Strawberry
Sugar cane
Sweet potato
Sweet sorghum
Swine, general/other
Swine, live animal
Tilapia
Upland cotton
Vegetables, general/other
Walnut
Water resources
Watersheds
Watersheds and river basins, general
Weeds
Wildlife habitats
Wood and wood products
Research Projects within Upland cotton
item A Physical, Genetic, and Functional Sequence Assembly of Chromosomes 12 and 26 Gossypium hirsutum L. cv. TM-1 Using Mapped BACs (#13-603)
item Agriculture Systems Measurements of Greenhouse Gases
item Agrochemical and Weed Seed Fate and Transport in Mid-South Crop Production Systems
item Application Technologies to Improve the Effectiveness of Chemical and Biological Crop Protection Materials
item Assembly and Annotation of Lygus Lineolaris (Tarnished Plant Bug) Genome
item Association Mapping Cotton Fiber Quality Traits and/or Yield Using Recombinant Inbred Lines Derived from Random Mating
item Autonomous Vehicle Development and Image Georeferencing Systems for Multispectral Imaging of Crop Fields
item BAC End Sequencing of TM-1Clones: An Important Tool for Assembling the Cotton Genome (CI Project NO: 12-249)
item Baseline Susceptibility of Tarnished Plant Bug to the Insect Growth Regulator, Novaluron
item Biocomputational Tools for Analysis of Complex Agricultural Genomes
item Bioinformatic Tools and Analysis for Agricultural Research Using the Next Generation of Bioinformaticists
item Biophotonics - The Application of Novel Imaging Methodologies to Livestock Production Research
item Biophotonics- The Application of Novel Imaging Methodologies to Livestock Production Research
item Bt Risk Assessment for Lepidopterous Pests of Cotton
item Characterization and Mitigation of Herbicide-Resistant and Recalcitrant Weeds
item CHEMICAL MODIFICATION OF COTTON FOR VALUE ADDED APPLICATIONS
item Control of Tarnished Plant Bugs by Biocontrol and Other Methods
item COTTON TESTING AND GINNING SERVICES FOR THE COTTON INDUSTRY
item Cotton-based Nonwovens
item Develop Sustainable Cotton Production Systems Utilizing Host Plant Resistance to Manage Reniform Nematode and Other Pest
item Development of a Ground-based Hyperspectral Remote Sensing System for Crop Health Sensing
item Development of a Precision Ginning System for Picker Harvested Cottons
item Development of Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCUV) Diagnostic Tools and Monitoring of CLCUV
item Development of Diagnostic Screening Tools and Evaluation of Transgenic Plants for Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV) Resistance
item Development of Productive, Profitable, and Sustainable Crop Production Systems for the Mid-South
item Development of Sustainable Production Systems and Water Management Technology for the Mid South
item EFFECT OF RESISTANCE ON INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT IN TRANSGENIC COTTON
item Enhancing Cotton Germplasm, Improving Resistance to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus and Supporting Cotton Best Management Practices for Small Farmers
item Enhancing Fiber and Seed Quality Traits Through Conventional and Molecular Approaches, and Conducting the National Cotton Variety Testing Program to Improve Cotton Competitive Ability
item Genetic Enhancement of Cotton by Marker-Assisted and Conventional Breeding, and Introgression of Genes from Exotic Gossypium Species
item Genomic Analysis of Cultivated Cotton and Related Wild Species
item Genomics and Bioinformatics Research in Agriculturally Important Organisms
item Hydroentangling Fiber Webs
item Identification and Introgression of Cotton Leaf Curl Virus Resistance into Cultivated Cotton
item IMPROVE FIBER QUALITY AND INDUSTRY PROFITABILITY THROUGH ENHANCED EFFICIENCIES IN COTTON GINNING
item Increase of Cotton Germplasm with Emphasis on Non-cultivated Species for Examination of Important Disease Resistance Traits
item Influence of Structure and Moisture on Cotton Fiber Properties
item INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR COTTON HARVEST AND LINT CLEANING - MIDSOUTH STUDIES
item INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR COTTON HARVEST AND LINT CLEANING - MIDSOUTH STUDIES
item INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR COTTON HARVEST AND LINT CLEANING – MIDSOUTH STUDIES (CI PROJECT # 08-476)
item Inproving Resistance to Cotton Leaf Curl Virus (CLCuV) and Supporting Cotton Best Management Practices for Small Farmers
item Insecticide Resistance Management and New Control Strategies for Pests of Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Soybean, and Sweet Potato
item Integration of Site-Specific Crop Production Practices and Industrial and Animal Agricultural Byproducts to Improve Agricultural Competitiveness and Sustainability
item INTROGRESS GOSSYPIUM BARBADENSE L ALLELES INTO ELITE G. HIRSUTUM GERMPLASM VIA RANDOM MATING
item INTROGRESS GOSSYPIUM BARBADENSE L ALLELES INTO ELITE G. HIRSUTUM GERMPLASM VIA RANDOM MATING
item INTROGRESS GOSSYPIUM BARBADENSE L. ALLELES INTO ELITE G. HIRSUTUM GERMPLASM VIA RANDOM MATING (CI PROJECT # 09-541)
item MANAGEMENT OF RENIFORM NEMATODE IN COTTON
item MASS PRODUCTION OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS
item Molecular Approaches for More Efficient Breeding to Improve Cotton Fiber Quality Traits
item New and Improved Assessments of Cotton Quality
item Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement for Collaborative Research of 3S and Automatic Control Technologies for Precision Aerial Application
item Pakistan Cotton Leaf Curl Virus Project
item Pakistan Cotton Productivity Enhancement Program
item PLANT/SOIL MICROBE INTERACTIONS AND PLANT HEALTH IN MODERN CROPPING SYSTEMS
item Reduction of Drift and Timing of Spray Application for Protection of Bees During Temperature Inversions
item Remote Sensing Characterization of Crop Stress for Precision Agriculture
item RISK OF RESISTANCE TO PYRAMIDED BT TOXINS
item Stable Introgression of Cotton Leaf Curl Virus Resistance Into Cultivated Cotton and Germplasm Enhancement
item Sustainable Production, Profit, and Environmental Stewardship through Conservation Systems
item Targeting Root-knot and Reniform Nematode Parasitism Genes to Develop Novel Resistance in Soybean
item Testing of Key Fiber Properties by the Cottonscope and Fibrotest
item THE DEVELOPMENT OF BREEDING POPULATIONS IN COTTON THROUGH RANDOM MATING
item Transgenic Crop Efficacy Against Target Pests in Agronomic Crops
item Transgenic Crop Efficacy Against Target Pests in Agronomic Crops
item Using Agricultural and Industrial Byproducts to Improve Crop Production Systems and Environment Quality
item Using Bioinformatic Tools to Investigate the Basis of Resistance/Tolerance in Cotton Species to Cotton Leaf Virus (CLCuV)
item Utilization of the Cotton and Genome Sequence of Gossypium Barbadense for Discovery of Rare Alleles in Upland Cotton Derived From G. Barbadense
Last Modified: 9/20/2014
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