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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Center for Agricultural Resources Research (CARR) has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD CANADA, SASKATCHEWAN S9H3X2, CANADA
  • General Framework for Cooperation and Coordination for the Security Back-Up of Plant Genetic Resources


  • BEET SUGAR DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION, DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES
  • Evaluating Beta Germplasm for Resistance to Important Pests and Disease

  • Establish a General Framework for Cooperation for Research on the Sugar Beet


  • CIAT, CALI, COLOMBIA
  • Filling Gaps in Npgs Grin-Global Database: Geo-Reference Validation and U.S. Crop Wild Relative Gap Analysis


  • CITRUS RESEARCH BOARD, VISALIA, CA, UNITED STATES
  • Citrus Cryopreservation to Increase Security of Critical Collections

  • Development of Cryotherapy As An Improved Method of Eliminating Graft Transmissable Pathogens in Citrus


  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO, UNITED STATES
  • Delivery of the Oms-Based Ages-W Resource Concerns Assessment Model for Evaluating Water/nutrient Management and Conservation Effects

  • The Role of Root System Architecture in Drought Tolerance

  • Enhanced System Models, Management and Cultivar Adaptations to Limited Water and Climate Change, and Tools for Precision Management

  • Role of Dung Beetles in Nutrient Cycling, Soil Carbon Sequestration and Greenhouse Gas Emission in Semiarid Rangeland Ecosystems

  • Improve and Enhance the Object Modeling System (Oms) for Building New Models and Conservation Tools and Transferring This Technology

  • Estimating Evapotranspiration and Plant Water Stress with Remote Sensing

  • Science and Technology Transfer for the Wind Erosion Prediction System (Weps)

  • Software Support for the Wind Erosion Prediction System (Weps)

  • A Tool for Monitoring and Managing Water Stress in Corn

  • Long-Term Soil and Crop Management Can Be Used to Adapt to Climate Change by Increasing Soil Health, Nitrogen Use Efficiency, and Productivity

  • Effects of Agricultural Water Management on Soil Structure, Organic Matter Dynamics, and Nutrient Cycling

  • Development of a Genomics Database for the Cattle and Other Livestock

  • USDA Agri and Forestry Greenhouse Gas Invent and Evaluate the Potential of Different Cropping Systems, Including Biofuels, to Mitigate Ghg Emissions

  • Hydrothermal Effects on Seed Germination and Emergence in the Context of Soil Properties and Climate Change

  • Inter-Compare and Improve Soil-Crop Models for Evaluating Effects of Climate Change and Adaptations on Production and Natural Resources

  • Increasing Efficiency in Cryopreservation of Clonally Maintained High Priority Germplasm Collections Using Dormant Winter Bud Technology

  • Monitoring the Seed Health in Conventional Long-Term Ex Situ Storage


  • DESERT WEYR/E. AND K.E.B. MCGUIRE, PAONIA, CO, USA
  • Development of a Non-Surgical Sheep Artificial Insemination Technique Utilizing Frozen-Thawed Semen


  • EMBRAPA, EMPRESA BRASILEIRA DE PESQUISA AGRO., BRASILIA, BRAZIL
  • Development of Animal Genetic Resources Information Network (Animal-Grin) for U.S. and Brazilian Use


  • LEIBNIZ INSTITUTE OF PLANT GENETICS & CROP PL, GERMANY
  • Post-Harvest Phenotypic Evaluation of Landrace Accession of Jordanian Barley


  • LOUISIANA STATE UNIV AGRICULTURAL CENTER, BATON ROUGE, LA, UNITED STATES
  • Standardization of Sperm Evaluation Across Gene Banks


  • NANCY A. IRLBECK, WELLINGTON, CO, UNITED STATES
  • Development of a Non-Surgical Artificial Insemination Technique for Use with Sheep and Frozen-Thawed Ram Semen


  • NATURAL RESOURCES CANADA/CANADIAN FS, NEW BRUNSWICK E3C2G6, CANADA
  • The Conservation of Forest Trees from the U.S. and Canada


  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Fort Worth, TX, UNITED STATES
  • To Provide Weps (Wind Erosion Prediction Systems) Support


  • NIH, BETHESDA, MD, UNITED STATES
  • Conservation of Model Organisms


  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA, UNITED STATES
  • Regeneration of Y Chromosome in Holstein Cattle


  • PURDUE UNIVERSITY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN, UNITED STATES
  • Collection and Evaluation of Swine Genetic Resources


  • TERESA BEEMER, LOVELAND, CO, UNITED STATES
  • Development of a Non-Surgical Sheep Artificial Insemination Technique Utilizing Frozen-Thawed Semen


  • TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE RESEARCH, COLLEGE STATION, TX, UNITED STATES
  • Genetic X Environmental Interactions among Beef Cattle


  • U.S. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Seeds of Success (Sos) National Collection Initial Germination, Research, and Long-Term Storage with Curation


  • UNIVERSITY OF MAINE, ORONO, ME, UNITED STATES
  • Continuation of Gracenet Study in Presque Isle, ME


  • UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, LARAMIE, WY, UNITED STATES
  • Development of a Sheep Artificial Insemination Procedure Utilizing Frozen-Thawed Semen and a Non-Surgical Insemination Technique


  • US-DOI-FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, Honolulu, HI, UNITED STATES
  • Optimizing Seed Bank Methods for Hawaiian Plants


  • USDA, AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Reimbursement for Potato Pvp Accessions Cryopreserved and Maintained As Tissue Culture During the Calendar Year 2012

  • Reimbursement for Potato Pvp Accessions Cryopreserved and Maintained As Tissue Culture During the Calendar Year 2014


  • USDA, AMS, PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION OFFICE, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Reimbursement for Potato Pvp Accessions Cryopreserved and Maintained As Tissue Culture During the Calendar Year 2015.


  • USDA, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Software Support for Weps


  • USDA, NIFA, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Fostering Coexistence: Industry-Driven Field and Landscape Research on Pollen Flow in Ge Alfalfa


  • USDA, NRCS, Washington, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Weps Web-Based Wind Erosion Science Development and NRCS Technology Transfer Using Weps


  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY, PULLMAN, WA, UNITED STATES
  • Fostering Coexistence: Seed and Pollen Mediated Gene Flow Investigations in Ge Alfalfa

  • Fostering Coexistence: Pollinator Investigations in Ge Alfalfa

  • Fostering Coexistence: Statistical Investigations in Ge Alfalfa


  • Last Modified: 7/30/2016
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