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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location
ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Aquaculture (NP #106)
Integrating the Development of New Feed Ingredients and Functionality and Genetic Improvement to Enhance Sustainable Production of Rainbow Trout
(Appropriated)
Improving Efficiency of Trout Growth in Flow Through Systems by Enhancing Feeds, Stocks, and Rearing Conditions
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Study of Value-Added Biotransformation of Grain Processing By-Products
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Using Next-Gen, High Throughput Genomics to Measure Gene Expression and the Microbiome in Selected Trout Fed Alternate Feed Ingredients
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Evaluation and Development of Island Commodities Protein Meal As An Aquafeed Ingredient
(Trust)
Plant Genetic Resources, Genomics and Genetic Improvement (NP #301)
Analysis of the Biochemical Pathway and Genetics of Seed Phytate in Barley
(Appropriated)
Genetic Improvement of Barley and Oats for Enhanced Quality and Biotic Stress Resistance
(Appropriated)
Genetic Resource Management of National Small Grains Collection and Associated Information
(Appropriated)
Potato Genetic Improvement for Western U.S. Production
(Appropriated)
Evaluating Spring and Winter Barley Breeding Material in the Magic Valley
(Grant)
Evaluating Spring and Winter Barley Breeding Material in the Magic Valley
(Grant)
Long Term Site for Foundation Seed Potato Increase
(Grant)
Maize Genetics Nursery
(Grant)
Barley Genotyping Using the Kaspar Instrument
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Collaborative Potato Research Between Scientists of the ARS Potato Breeding and Genetics Program and the Gansu Academy of Agricultural Sciences
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Cooperation for the Improvement of Oat Germplasm
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Study of Value-Added Biotransformation of Grain Processing By-Products
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Biological & Economic Impacts of Emerging Potato Tuber Necrotic Viruses and the Development of Comprehensive and Sustainable Mgmt Practices
(Reimbursable)
Identification of New Sources of Resistance and Development of Resistant and Tolerant Potato Varieties to Zebra Chip Disease
(Reimbursable)
Improved Breeding and Variety Evaluation Methods to Reduce Acrylamide Content and Increase Quality in Processed Potato Products
(Reimbursable)
Bacterial Rot of Potato: Improved Detection of Latent Infections of the Causal Organism Clavibacter Michiganensis Subsp. Sepedonicus
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Bacterial Rot of Potato: Improved Detection of Latent Infections of the Causal Organism Clavibacter Michiganensis Subsp. Sepedonicus
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Bacterial Rot of Potato: Improved Detection of Latent Infections of the Causal Organism Clavibacter Michiganensis Subsp. Sepedonicus
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Developing Elite Sets of Pvy Resistant Parents for Eastern Market Needs in Us Potato Breeding Programs
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Developing Elite Sets of Pvy Resistant Parents for Midwestern Market Needs in Us Potato Breeding Programs
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Dh Population Development for Rapid Population Development
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Evaluation of Potato Parent and Advanced Breeding Lines for Resistance to Potato Cyst Nematodes
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Finding and Deploying Genes Confering Durable Resistance to Barley Stripe Rust
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Identification and Characterization of Host Plant Resistance to Zebra Chip Disease from Species-Derived Potato Germplasm
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Identification and Characterization of Host Plant Resistance to Zebra Chip Disease from Species-Derived Potato Germplasm
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Identification of Snp Markers Associated with Beneficial Processing Traits in Potato
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Screening Barley Germplasm to Discover Genes Conferring Durable Resistance to Barley Stripe Rust
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Using Next-Gen, High Throughput Genomics to Measure Gene Expression and the Microbiome in Selected Trout Fed Alternate Feed Ingredients
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Characterization of Oat Lines for Crown Rust Resistance Alleles
(Trust)
Collaboration with and Participation in the Quaker International Oat Nursery/quaker International Oat Nursery Seed Generation Trial
(Trust)
Development of Improved Barley Cultivars for Idaho
(Trust)
Development of Improved Barley Cultivars for Idaho
(Trust)
Development of Molecular Markers to Quantify Resistance Gene Dosage in Potato
(Trust)
Evaluation and Development of Island Commodities Protein Meal As An Aquafeed Ingredient
(Trust)
Malting Barley Cultivar and Germplasm Development
(Trust)
Plant Diseases (NP #303)
Improved Breeding and Variety Evaluation Methods to Reduce Acrylamide Content and Increase Quality in Processed Potato Products
(Reimbursable)
Bacterial Rot of Potato: Improved Detection of Latent Infections of the Causal Organism Clavibacter Michiganensis Subsp. Sepedonicus
(Specific Cooperative Agreement)
Quality and Utilization of Agricultural Products (NP #306)
Analysis of the Biochemical Pathway and Genetics of Seed Phytate in Barley
(Appropriated)
Integrating the Development of New Feed Ingredients and Functionality and Genetic Improvement to Enhance Sustainable Production of Rainbow Trout
(Appropriated)
Maize Genetics Nursery
(Grant)
Improving Efficiency of Trout Growth in Flow Through Systems by Enhancing Feeds, Stocks, and Rearing Conditions
(Nonfunded Cooperative Agreement)
Last Modified: 7/26/2016
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