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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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2020 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Displaying 1 to 9 of 9 Records

Grain inorganic arsenic content in rice managed through targeted introgressions and irrigation management Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bacillus subtilis GB519 promotes rice growth and reduces the damages caused by rice blast fungus magnaporthe oryzae Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Genome-wide association mapping for grain manganese in rice (Oryza sativa L.) using a multi-experiment approach Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
A coordinated suite of wild-introgression lines in Indica and Japonica elite backgrounds Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Enhancing the searchability, breeding utility and efficient management of germplasm accessions in the USDA-ARS rice collection Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Seeding rate effects on organic rice growth, yield, and economic returns Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Identification of novel QTLs conferring sheath blight resistance in two weedy rice mapping populations Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Influence of manganese abundances on iron and arsenic solubility in rice paddy soil Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Vis/NIR hyperspectral imaging distinguishes sub-population, production environment, and physicochemical properties in rice. Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)