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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
Bacteria
Barley
Beans (dry)
Citrus, general/other
Climate
Cole crops (includes cabbage, kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower,
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Cotton, other
Cross-commodity research--multiple crops
Deciduous tree fruits, other
Food (not readily associated with specific plant and animal products)
Fungi (includes yeast)
Grain crops, general/other (includes buckwheat, millet, triticale)
Grain sorghum
Grapes, other
Hard red winter wheat
Individuals (as workers, consumers, members of society)
Insects
Miscellaneous and new crops, general/other
People and communities, general/other
Potato
Potted plants
Research equipment and methods, general/other
Rice
Soil
Soil and land, general
Soybean
The farm as an enterprise
Tomato
Viruses
Warm season perennial grasses (includes dallisgrass, bluestems)
Watersheds
Weeds
Wheat, other
Research Projects within Tomato
item Advancing Knowledge of the Biology and Etiology of Bacterial Plant Pathogens Towards Management Strategies
item Applying Biotechnology Techniques to Improve Disease Resistance of Tomato
item Applying Biotechnology Techniques to Improve Tomato in the US and Philippines
item Automation Scalability for Direct Testing of Potato Tubers to Safeguard US Seed Potato Health
item Automation Scalability for Direct Testing of Potato Tubers to Safeguard US Seed Potato Health
item Characterization of Fruit Ripening at the Tissue and Cellular Level
item Computational and Genomic Resources to Support Plant Genome Function
item Computational Genomic Assessment of Gene Editing Fidelity
item Cornell University & USDA/ARS-New York Facilities: (Holley Center-Ithaca, NY; Grape Genetics & Plant Genetic Research Units-Geneva, NY)
item Deciphering the Genetic and Molecular Mechanism Underlying Green Curd Color in Cauliflower
item Development of Pan-genomic & Computational Resources for Agriculture
item Elucidation of Genetic Elements Governing Quality Traits in Cauliflower
item Expanding the Utility of Direct Dormant Tuber Testing
item Functional Characterization of Tomato Nutrient Genes
item Genetic Approaches of Improving Crop Nutritional Quality Traits
item Genetic Approaches of Improving Crop Nutritional Quality Traits
item Genetics, Epigenetics, Genomics, and Biotechnology for Fruit and Vegetable Quality
item Genomic and Metabolic Analysis of Tomato as a Model for Improved Performance and Quality of Fruit Crops
item Genomic and Molecular Characterization of Bacterial Strategies Used in Plant Pathogen Interactions
item Identification and Characterization of Genes that Controls Nutritional Quality Traits in Fruits and Vegetables
item Mapping Crop Genome Functions for Biology-Enabled Germplasm Improvement
item Memorandum of Agreement by and Between US Dept of Agriculture and The General Services Administration, Public Buildings Service, Energy Division
item Phytopathogenic Bacteria Biology, Diagnostics, Epidemiology, and Control
item Profiling Cell Specific Transcriptomes and Proteomes to Understand Pollen Development Under Heat Stress in Tomato
item Standards Development for Phenotypes and Pathway Resource for Sorghum
item Top-Down Proteomics in Support of Proteogenomics of Bacterial Plant Pathogens
item Training 1890 Faculty in CRISPR Technology
item Translation of Plant Pathology and Agricultural Nutritional Impact Research Outcomes to Stakeholders
item Uncovering Novel Genes and Mechanisms Underlying Carotenoid Accumulation in Melon Fruit
item Understanding the Genetic Basis of Fruit Development and Quality