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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
Barley
Beans (dry)
Cole crops (includes cabbage, kale, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower,
Corn (for sweetcorn use 1480)
Grain sorghum
Grapes, other
Hard red winter wheat
Individuals (as workers, consumers, members of society)
Leguminous vegetables, other
Rice
Soil
Tomato
Warm season perennial grasses (includes dallisgrass, bluestems)
Wheat, other
Research Projects within Rice
item Bioavailability of Iron, Zinc and Select Phytochemicals for Improved Health (Bridging Project)
item Bioinformatic Analysis of Transgene Effects on Crop Plants
item Characterization of the Or Regulatory Network for Carotenoid Biofortification in Food Crops – Phase II
item Collaborative Animal Research between Cornell University and ARS
item Development and Implementation of High Throughput Phenotyping Platforms for the Quantification of Root System Architecture
item Development of Genomic and Computational Resources to Support Agriculture
item Dissecting the Genetic, Molecular and Physiological Basis of Aluminum Tolerance in Rice: Implications for Cereal Improvement
item Dissecting the Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Chromoplast Biogenesis for Carotenoid Accumulation
item Dissecting the Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Chromoplast Biogenesis for Carotenoid Accumulation
item Engineering a Small Intestinal Microbiome to Evaluate Food Additive Exposure
item Genetic and Genomic Characterization of Crop Resistance to Soil-based Abiotic Stresses
item Genetic Basis and Approaches for Crop Nutritional Quality Improvement
item Genetic Elements that Control Color Formation in Melon Fruit
item Genomes to Networks: Understanding Function Utilizing Genomic Sequencing, Comparative and Network Based Approaches
item Genomic and Metabolic Analysis of Tomato as a Model for Improved Performance and Quality of Fruit Crops
item High Throughput Phenotyping and Analysis of Root System Architecture
item High Throughput Phenotyping of Root Architecture Traits
item Impact of a Great Plains Production System on Sustainable Production of Grant Sorghum
item Mapping Crop Genome Functions for Biology-Enabled Germplasm Improvement
item Micronutrient Bioavailability of Foods
item Micronutrient Bioavailability of Foods
item Molecular Basis of Chromoplast Biogenesis
item Optimizing the Convenience, Nutrition, and Taste of Yellow Dry Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to Promote Pulse Consumption in the U.S.
item Profiling of Diverse Maize and Tripsacum to Identify Functional Variants
item Role of Root System Architecture and Function in Improving Crop Nutrient and Water Efficiency
item Standards Development for Phenotypes and Pathway Resource for Sorghum
item Tissue-Specific Analysis of Fruit Transcriptome Activity
item Transgenerational Adaptation of Plants to Acidic pH and Toxic Metals in Soil