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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
Agave
Animal research, general
Apple
Beans (dry)
Berries and cane fruits, other
Blueberry
Coffee
Deciduous tree fruits, other
Edible tree nuts, general/other
Food (not readily associated with specific plant and animal products)
Grain crops, general/other (includes buckwheat, millet, triticale)
Greens and leafy vegetables (includes endive, lettuce, spinach)
Individuals (as workers, consumers, members of society)
Laboratory animals
Meat, beef cattle
Microorganisms, general/other
Onion, garlic, leek, shallot
Potato
Soybean
Strawberry
Sugar crops, general/other
Swine, live animal
Table grapes
Tomato
Vegetables, general/other
Research Projects within Meat, beef cattle
item Data Pooling Project for Investigation Red Meat and Omnivorous Dietary Patterns, and Human Health via Metabolomics and Machine Learning Methods
item Effect of Minimally Processed Meat and Further Processed Meat on Biomarkers and Risk Factors for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease - Phase 1
item Effect of Minimally Processed Meat and Further Processed Meat on Biomarkers and Risk Factors for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease - Phase 2
item Human Dietary Interventions to Reduce Risk of Chronic Diseases
item National Academy of Sciences Food and Nutrition Board Food Forum
item National Academy of Sciences Food and Nutrition Board Food Forum
item Strategies to Alter Dietary Food Components and Their Effects on Food Choice and Health-Related Outcomes (BRIDGE)
item The Impact of Sugar Reduction on Perception of Sweetness and Food Intake
item The Impact of Sugar Reduction on Perception of Sweetness and Food Intake