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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)
A Systems Biology Approach to Understanding the Salmonella-Host Interactome in Poultry and Swine
(Appropriated)
Interventions to Reduce Foodborne Pathogens in Swine and Cattle
(Appropriated)
Microbial Interactions and Management Approaches to Reduce Pathogenic Bacteria in Poultry
(Appropriated)
Evaluation of Interventions Using a Novel, Transdermal Challenge Model
(Reimbursable)
Solutions for the Food Safety Threat Posed by Salmonella in the Lymph Nodes of Cattle Presented for Harvest
(Reimbursable)
Use of Natural Remedies to Alleviate Enteric Pathogens in Organic Poultry
(Reimbursable)
Salmonella Research: Evaluation of Interventions Using a Novel, Transdermal Challenge Model
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Development of a Prebiotic Intervention to Reduce Carriage of Zoonotic Pathogens of Swine During on-Farm Rearing and Entering the Abattoir
(Trust)
Nova Microbials Dfm and E. Coli O157:h7 and Salmonella
(Trust)
Pasture, Forage and Rangeland Systems (NP #215)
Improved Forage and Alternative Use Grasses for the Southern U.S.
(Appropriated)
Polyploid Genomics of Perennial Warm-Season Grasses for the Southern United States
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Conservation, Genetic Analyses, and Utilization of Cotton Genetic Resources
(Appropriated)
Developing Genomic and Genetic Tools for Exploiting Cotton Genetic Variation
(Appropriated)
Innovative Genetic Approaches to Sorghum Germplasm Improvement and Analysis of Traits Critical to Hybrid Development
(Appropriated)
Management and Characterization of Pecan (Carya) Genetic Resources and Related Wild Populations
(Appropriated)
Pecan Improvement Through Breeding and Genetics
(Appropriated)
Genome Sequencing of Upland Cotton (Gossypium Hirsutum) Genetic Standard
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Genotypic and Phenotypic Analysis and Digital Imaging of Accessions in the Us National Cotton Germplasm Collection
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Sorghum: Characterization of Genes Involved in Fertility Restoration
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Associating Genotype, Phenotype, and Digital Images for Cotton Genetic Resources
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
DE Novo Snp Discovery and Gbs-Based Cotton Genome Map Development
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Develop and Manage a Publicly Accessible Comprehensive Cotton Database to Preserve and Disseminate Information for the Improvement of Cotton
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Developing Molecular Markers for Carya
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Genomic Analyses in Carya
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Operation of a Cotton Winter Nursery to Maintain Cotton Germplasm Diversity and to Accelerate Public and Private Cotton Improvement Efforts
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Pecan Genetics and Cultivar Development
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Pecan Rootstock Cultivar: Implications for Nutrient Uptake and Growth in Alkaline Soils
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Polyploid Genomics of Perennial Warm-Season Grasses for the Southern United States
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Re-Instatement of the Sorghum Conversion Program
(Trust)
Plant Diseases (NP #303)
Characterization and Identification of Resistance in Sorghum to Fungal Pathogens
(Appropriated)
Cotton Disease Management Strategies for Sustainable Cotton Production
(Appropriated)
Identification and Characterization of a Dirigent Protein That Controls the Biosynthesis of (+)-Gossypol in Cotton
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Identification of Genes Coding for Production of Fusaric Acid in Highly Virulent Strains of Fusarium Oxysporum Vasinfectum
(Reimbursable)
The Impacts of Lignin Modification on Fungal Pathogen & Insect Interactions in Sorghum for Cellulosic & Thermal Bioenergy
(Reimbursable)
Chemical Control of Sorghum Anthracnose and Grain Mold
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Evaluation of Pressed Cottonseed Meal (Csm) As An Alternative Protein Source in Broiler Diets
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Identification of Genes Involved in the Pathogenicity of Fusarium Oxysporum F. Sp. Vasinfectum Race 4
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Reniform Nematode Resistance
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Crop Protection & Quarantine (NP #304)
Aerial Application Technology for Sustainable Crop Production
(Appropriated)
Ecologically Based Management of Boll Weevils and Other Row Crop Pests under Transition to Boll Weevil Eradication in Temperate Regions
(Appropriated)
Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program (Fy2013)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program (Fy2014)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Aerial Imaging of Seasonal Cotton Root Rot Progression in Flutriafol-Treated and Untreated Cotton Fields in South and Central Texas
(Reimbursable)
Manipulating the Overwintering Diapause of Heliothines with Diapause Hormone
(Reimbursable)
Predictive Modeling & Mitigation of Effects of Climate Change on Migration & Infestation Patterns of Semitropical/tropical Crop Pest Insects
(Reimbursable)
Develop Improved Timing of Application Technology to Reduce Exposure of Pesticides to Honeybees
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Crop Production (NP #305)
Aerial Application Technology for Sustainable Crop Production
(Appropriated)
Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program (Fy2013)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Deployed Warfighter Protection Research Program (Fy2014)
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Aerial Imaging of Seasonal Cotton Root Rot Progression in Flutriafol-Treated and Untreated Cotton Fields in South and Central Texas
(Reimbursable)
Develop Improved Timing of Application Technology to Reduce Exposure of Pesticides to Honeybees
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Last Modified: 7/28/2014
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