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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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Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Genetic Improvement of Citrus for Enhanced Resistance to Biotic and Abiotic Stresses
(Appropriated)
Hlb/acp Resistance Evaluation in Poncirus Trifoliata Hybrids and Assessment of DNA Markers and Possibly Resistance Genes
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Nfca Between USDA-ARS and University of Florida, Ifas and Faes
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Accelerating Citrus Scion Cultivar Breeding
(Reimbursable)
Accelerating Citrus Scion Cultivar Development and Testing
(Reimbursable)
Development of Supersour and Other Promising Rootstocks for Florida
(Reimbursable)
Huanglongbing (Hlb) Resistance and Tolerance in Citrus Scion Breeding
(Reimbursable)
Implementing Trangenic Tools to Produce Commercial Scion Cultivars Resistant to Huanglongbing (Hlb) and Canker
(Reimbursable)
Investigating Mechanisms of Pathogenesis and Natural Defense Responses of Citrus Greening (Hlb) by Characterizing Host Small Rnas and Mrnas
(Reimbursable)
Metabolomic Profiling to Accelerate Development of Huanglongbing (Hlb) Tolerant Rootstocks
(Reimbursable)
Secure Site for Testing Transgenic and Conventional Citrus for Huanglongbing (Hlb) and Psyllid Resistance
(Reimbursable)
Widespread Field Testing of New Huanglongbing Hlb-Tolerant Citrus Rootstocks
(Reimbursable)
Comparing Rootstocks by Metabolic Profiling
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Inheritance of Huanglongbing (Hlb) Resistance and Tolerance in Microcitrus and Eremocitrus Hybrids
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Mature Budwood Tranformation Technology
(Trust)
Utilization of Founder Lines for Improved Citrus Biotechnology Via Rmce
(Trust)
Plant Diseases (NP #303)
Nfca Between USDA-ARS and University of Florida, Ifas and Faes
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Investigating Mechanisms of Pathogenesis and Natural Defense Responses of Citrus Greening (Hlb) by Characterizing Host Small Rnas and Mrnas
(Reimbursable)
Crop Protection & Quarantine (NP #304)
Exotic Whitefly Pests of Vegetables and Ornamental Plants
(Appropriated)
Ipm Methods for Insect Pests of Orchard Crops
(Appropriated)
Genetic Basis and Effect of Diet on Color Polymorphism in the Diaprepes Root Weevil
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Transcriptome and Small Ribonucleic Acid (Rna) Profiling Studies in the Asian Citrus Psyllid
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Developing An Infrastructure and Product Test Pipeline to Deliver Novel Therapies for Citrus Greening Disease
(Reimbursable)
High-Throughput Inoculation of Trangenic Citrus for Huanglongbing (Hlb) Resistance
(Reimbursable)
Identification of Bacillius Thuringiensis Endotoxins Active Against Adult Asian Citrus Psyllid
(Reimbursable)
Is There Natural Variation in the Ability of the Asian Citrus Psyllid to Vector Citrus Greening Disease?
(Reimbursable)
Large-Scale Mating Disruption of Citrus Leafminer for Validation and Product Launch
(Reimbursable)
Not All Psyllids Are Created Equal: Why Do Some Transmit Liberibacter and Others Do Not? (#15-5300-163b)
(Reimbursable)
Rear and Release Psyllids As Biological Control Agents-An Economical and Feasible Mid-Term Solution for Huanglongbing (Hlb) Disease
(Reimbursable)
Targeting Microbes to Control Hbl Disease of Citrus
(Reimbursable)
Why Is Poncirus Trifoliata Resistant to Colonization by Asian Citrus Psyllid?
(Reimbursable)
Development of Cdna Microarrays for Gene Expression Research in Floricultural Crops
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Development of Novel Insect Control Strategies Based on Rnai and Insect Deterrent Proteins for Insect Pests of Citrus
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Evolving and Integration of Management Plans for Major Taxonomic Groups and Potential New Invasive Pests of Ornamental and Floriculture Production
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Not All Psyllids Are Created Equal: Why Do Some Transmit Liberibacter and Others Do Not?
(Trust)
Last Modified: 8/26/2016
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