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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
Barley
Cool season perennial grasses (includes bluegrass, bromegrass, fescue)
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Duck and goose, live animal
Egg-type chicken, live animal
Eggs
Feed and feed additives
General technology
Grain sorghum
Meat, beef cattle
Meat-type chicken, live animal
Melons (includes cantaloupe, muskmelon, watermelon)
Oilseed and oil crops, general/other
Peanut
Poultry meat
Poultry, general/other
Soybean
Swine, general/other
Swine, live animal
Turkey, live animal
Wheat, other
Wood and wood products
Research Projects within Poultry meat
item CHLORINE STABLIIZER FOR POULTRY PROCESSING
item DEVELOP METHODS TO ASSESS AND IMPROVE POULTRY AND EGG QUALITY
item DEVELOPMENT OF RAPID DETECTION METHODS USING NANOBIOSENSORS FOR SALMONELLA AND VACCINE AGAINST SE AND ST FOR POULTRY
item Identifying intestinal microflora associated with feed conversion efficiency
item INTERVENTION STRATEGIES FOR FOODBORNE PATHOGENS DURING POULTRY PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING
item MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN USDA, ARS AND NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR FOOD AND DRUG SAFETY EVALUATION, KOREA FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
item MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF HUMAN PATHOGENS RELATIVE TO POULTRY PROCESSING
item OPTICAL DETECTION OF FOOD SAFETY AND FOOD DEFENSE HAZARDS
item Pathogen Reduction and Processing Parameters in Poultry Processing Systems
item PRE-HARVEST INTERVENTIONS FOR APPLICATION DURING POULTRY PRODUCTION TO REDUCE FOOD-BORNE BACTERIAL PATHOGENS
item RAPID MOLECULAR PATHOTYPING OF MAJOR SALMONELLA ENTERICA SEROTYPES BASED ON SINGLE-NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISMS (SNPS) IN THE ADENYLATE CYCLAS
Last Modified: 4/18/2014
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