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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location
ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Food Safety, (animal and plant products) (NP #108)
Chemical and Biological Residues in Foods
(Appropriated)
Metabolic Fate of Chemical and Biological Contaminants
(Appropriated)
Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Cytogenetic Manipulation of Durum Wheat for Resistance to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses and Enhanced End-Use Quality
(Appropriated)
Enhancement of Hard Spring Wheat, Durum, and Oat Quality
(Appropriated)
Genetic Improvement of Barley
(Appropriated)
Genetic Improvement of Durum and Spring Wheat for Quality and Resistance to Diseases and Pests
(Appropriated)
Physiological and Genetic Approaches to Improving Extractable Sugar Yield in Sugarbeet
(Appropriated)
Sunflower Genetic Improvement with Genes from Wild Crop Relatives and Domesticated Sunflower
(Appropriated)
Plant Diseases (NP #303)
Host-Pathogen Interactions in Barley and Wheat
(Appropriated)
Molecular Approaches for Improved Cercospora Leaf Spot Control in Sugarbeet
(Appropriated)
Sclerotinia Initiative
(Appropriated)
Crop Protection & Quarantine (NP #304)
Insect Cryopreservation, Dormancy, Genetics and Biochemistry
(Appropriated)
Novel Weed Management Solutions: a Basis in Understanding Bud and Seed Dormancy
(Appropriated)
Quality and Utilization of Agricultural Products (NP #306)
Enhancement of Hard Spring Wheat, Durum, and Oat Quality
(Appropriated)
Identification and Manipulation of Postharvest Physiological and Molecular Processes Controlling Potato Nutritional and Market Quality
(Appropriated)
Improved Potato Market Quality Through Germplasm Processing Evaluations and Optimized Storage Technologies
(Appropriated)
Last Modified: 9/1/2014
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