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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
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cottonseed (for meal, oil, etc.)
Edible tree nuts, general/other
Long fiber cotton
Oilseed and oil crops, general/other
Sugar beet
Sugar cane
Sweet sorghum
Upland cotton
Research Projects within Cottonseed (for meal, oil, etc.)
item Development of Novel Cottonseed Products and Processes
item Development of Rapid, Non-Destructive Hyperspectral Imaging Methodology to Detect, and Quantify Fungal Growth and Aflatoxin Contamination
item Genes and Genetic Networks Underlying Resistance to Aspergillus flavus In Corn
item Genetic and Environmental Factors Controlling Aflatoxin Biosynthesis
item Identification and Characterization of Regulatory Genes in A. flavus that are Involved in Development, Secondary Metabolism and Virulence
item Identification and Evaluation of Proteins/Genes Associated with Aflatoxin-resistance in Soybean and Maize
item Lipid Network Flux Cartography for Quantitative Control of Oil Accumulation and Composition
item Metabolic Profiling of the Aspergillus flavus-Maize Interaction to Identify Fungal Pathogenicity and Host Plant Resistance Factors
item Molecular and Environmental Factors Controlling Aflatoxin Reduction by Non-Toxigenic Aspergillus Strains
item Physical Refining of Cottonseed Oils from Glandless Seed
item Probing Chromosome Structure to Activate Silent Metabolite Gene Clusters
item Soil Microbiome to Control Aflatoxin and Field Evaluation of Transgenic Corn
item Use of Classical and Molecular Technologies for Developing Aflatoxin Resistance in Crops