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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
Animal research, general
Beans (dry)
Beef cattle, general/other
Beef cattle, live animal
Bees, honey, and other pollinators, general
Cool season perennial grasses (includes bluegrass, bromegrass, fescue)
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cross-commodity research--multiple crops
Dairy cattle, live animal
Durum wheat
Egg-type chicken, live animal
Greens and leafy vegetables (includes endive, lettuce, spinach)
Hard red spring wheat
Honey bees
Leguminous vegetables, other
Meat, sheep
Meat-type chicken, live animal
Oilseed and oil crops, general/other
Other bees (non-Apis bees)
Peas (dry)
Sugar beet
Swine, general/other
Turkey, live animal
Vegetables, general/other
Wheat, other
Research Projects within Potato
item Evaluating Bruising in Storage among Fresh-market and Processing Varieties
item Evaluation of Postharvest Processing Quality among New Public Potato Clones
item Identifying the Molecular Mechanisms Controlling Wound-Healing Processes to Improve Postharvest Quality of Potato
item Impact of Agronomic and Post-harvest Management Practices on Potato Quality
item Impact of Crop Growth Environment and Postharvest Storage Conditions on Physiological Age of Seed Tubers and Their Yield Performance
item Improving Potato Postharvest Quality by Identifying and Manipulating Molecular Processes Regulating Tuber Dormancy and Wound-Healing
item Integrating Advanced Monitoring Techniques to Mitigate Environmental Factors in Storage Systems to Reduce Postharvest Losses
item Integrating Metabolome and Phytohormone Analyses to Investigate Postharvest Physiology of Potato
item Integration of Advanced Technologies for Documenting the Impact of Climate-Induced Stress on Whole Potato Plant Growth and Development
item Mitigating Potato Seed Decay and Associated Economic Losses Using Enhanced Suberization Strategy
item Monitoring Potato Plant, Root and Tuber Growth via Non-Destructive Means to Identify Key Factors Impacting Climate Adaptability of Cultivars
item Refining Molecular Mechanisms that Control Potato Meristem Dormancy and Tuber Sprouting via Omics
item Understanding Postharvest Physiology of Potato by Genomics, Phenomics, Bioinformatics
item Understanding Pressure Bruise Susceptibility of Russet Potato Cultivars Using X-ray Ct and Cell Wall Analyses
item Utilizing Essential Oils to Control Tuber Sprout Growth – Evaluating Methods to Scale-up for Industrial Applications