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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2018 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Evaluation of Fluorescence Microsphere Immunoassay for the Detection of Antibodies to Rift Valley Fever Nucleocapsid Protein and Glycoproteins
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Monitoring the age of mosquito populations using near-infrared spectroscopy
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Predation and parasitism by native and exotic natural enemies of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) eggs augmented with semiochemicals and differing host stimuli
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Post-harvest insect infestation and mycotoxin levels in maize markets in the Middle Belt of Ghana
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Residual efficacy of deltamethrin as assessed by rapidity of knockdown of Tribolium castaneum on a treated surface: temperature and seasonal effects
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Evaluation of prethroid insecticides and insect growth regulators applied to different surfaces for control of Trogoderma granarium Everts the khapra beetle
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Genome-Wide Associations for Multiple Pest Resistances in a Northwestern United States Elite Spring Wheat Panel
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Life history changes in Trogoderma variabile and T. inclusum due to mating delay with implications for mating disruption as a management tactic
(Peer Reviewed Journal)