Project Listing

Accession Number Status Type Project Director Project Contact Institution State Title
1027933 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Abdelhamed, H. A. Abdelhamed,Hossam Abdelnaby Maham MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV MS Trans-cinnamaldehyde as an antimicrobial feed additive to control and prevent enteric septicemia of catfish
1019799 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Abler, D. G. Abler,David Gerard PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY PA Thriving Agricultural Systems in Urbanized Landscapes
1030185 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Aboobucker, S. I. Aboobucker,Siddique I IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY IA Identification and characterization of parallel spindle genes to restore haploid male fertility in maize DH breeding technology
1025881 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Abuelo Sebio, A. Abuelo Sebio,Angel MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Summer Food Systems Fellowship: Developing the Skills of the Future Veterinary Agricultural Workforce through Research and Extension Internships
1027900 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Abuelo, A. Abuelo,Angel MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Identification and Modulation of Oxidative Stress in Dairy Cows for a Successful Transition into Lactation
1028012 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Abuelo, A. Abuelo,Angel MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Reducing the spread of salmonella Dublin in dairy farms through evidence based vaccination protocols
1029649 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Acevedo, M. F. Acevedo,Miguel F UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS TX CPS: Medium: Integrating sensors, controls, and ecotoxicology with decoupled aquaponics using brackish groundwater and desalination concentrate for sustainable food production
1032178 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adams, E. A. Adams,Elizabeth Ashley APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY NC Partnership: Do soil biotic communities mediate the effect of compost amendments on rangeland soil carbon?
1025226 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adams, H. Adams,Henry WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Improving management systems to increase resistance of loblolly pine plantations to bark beetle outbreak
1031989 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adeleye, A. Adeleye,Adeyemi LAMONT DOHERTY EARTH OBSERVATORY OF COLUMBIA UNIV NY PARTNERSHIP: Nanoparticulate soil amendments for achieving Closer to Zero via metal(loid) encapsulation
1029695 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adhikari, S. Adhikari,Sushil AUBURN UNIVERSITY AL Tripartite: Dual-Function Engineered Biochar for Excess Soil Phosphorus Sorption with Subsequent Slow Release for Cost-Effective and Sustainable Crop Production
1032064 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adjesiwor, A. Adjesiwor,Albert UNIV OF IDAHO ID Identifying the Mechanisms for Transgenerational Priming of Wheat in Response to Multigenerational Weed Competition
1028035 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adkins, P. R. Adkins,Pamela R.F. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI MO Partnership: Defining And Managing Staphylococcus Chromogenes Intramammary Infections In Primiparous Dairy Cows
1029688 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Adve, V. S. Adve,Vikram S UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IL AIFARMS – PhenoRob Partnership for Sustainable Agriculture
1028253 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Agneray, A. Agneray,Alison UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA NV Influence of competitive ability and plant spacing on the establishment of native plant species in multiple Great Basin communities
1027860 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Ajuwon, K. Ajuwon,Kolapo PURDUE UNIVERSITY IN Mechanism of Regulation of Postnatal Growth Efficiency in Piglets by Maternal Live Yeast Supplementation
1031348 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Akotsen-Mensah, C. Akotsen-Mensah,Clement LINCOLN UNIVERSITY MO Impact of Climate Extremes on Species Range: Can Smart Agriculture Benefit Minority Growers to Fight Challenges of Invasive Insect Pests?
1022677 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Alcaine, S. Alcaine,Samuel CORNELL UNIVERSITY NY A novel, flexible biomanufacturing process for the conversion of food by-products/waste into value-added foods and ingredients
1027974 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Ali, A. Ali,Ahmed CLEMSON UNIVERSITY SC Impact of litter training strategies on egg-laying, piling, and welfare of laying hens in aviaries
1031817 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Ali, M. Ali,Mohammad Foteh WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY NC Revealing The Dynamics Of F-Actin In Tomato Pollen Tube And Its Response To Temperature And Ros Biology.
1029766 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Allen, J. Allen,Jacob UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IL Optimizing Bioactive Metabolites In Fermented Foods to Improve Human Immune Function
1030437 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Almeida, R. Almeida,Rafael UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN TX Co-locating irrigation and solar power infrastructure to bolster freshwater sustainability in a semi-arid agricultural region
1027815 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Alocilja, E. Alocilja,Evangelyn MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI PARTNERSHIP: Development of a Nanoparticle-enabled Enrichment and DNA-Biosensing for Onsite Monitoring of Multiple Foodborne Pathogens in Large Samples
1027783 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Altier, C. Altier,Craig CORNELL UNIVERSITY NY Preventing Salmonella disease and carriage by inhibiting pathogen virulence
1032144 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Aly, S. S. Aly,Sharif S UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS CA Bovine Respiratory Disease Symposium 2024: Challenging Paradigms
1030647 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Amachawadi, R. Amachawadi,Raghavendra KANSAS STATE UNIV KS BATTLE: BAlancing Therapeutic efficacy with anTimicrobial resistance in feedLot cattlE
1025415 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Amalaradjou, M. Amalaradjou,Mary Anne UNIV OF CONNECTICUT CT A comprehensive probiotic-based approach to promote layer performance, layer health and egg safety for small and midsize farms
1029983 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Amalaradjou, M. Amalaradjou,Mary Anne UNIV OF CONNECTICUT CT Effect Of In-Ovo Probiotic Supplementation On Energy Status, Yolk Sac Function And Intestine Development In Broilers
1032075 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Amalaradjou, M. Amalaradjou,Mary Anne UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT CT Effects of in-ovo probiotic supplementation and post-hatch feed deprivation on muscle growth and productivity in broilers
1028045 NEW AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Amat, S. Amat,Samat NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIV ND Impact of altering maternal microbiota via high forage or high concentrate diets on offspring microbiome development, energy balance, methane emissions and feedlot performance