Project Listing

Status:EXTENDED
Type:AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT
Accession Number Status Type Project Director Project Contact Institution State Title
1019281 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Berry, H. Berry,Hannah COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY CO Elucidating Hormonal Crosstalk During Tomato Development and Disease
1019276 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Roberts, E. M. Roberts,Erin Michele UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND RI Apoptosis Phenotype And Gene Expression To Disease In The Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea Virginica
1019265 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Bruce, T. J. Bruce,Timothy James UNIV OF IDAHO ID Investigation of gut microbiota, physiological stress response, and immune parameters in cultured burbot (Lota lota)
1019264 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Bates, P. Bates,Philip David WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Illuminating Metabolic Fluxes Within Oil-Producing Tobacco Leaves for Enhanced Photosynthetic Energy and Carbon Storage
1019261 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Slette, I. Slette,Ingrid COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY CO Investigating rangeland responses to altered precipitation variability: can extreme large events sustain forage production during drought?
1019241 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Hepler, J. R. Hepler,James Robert WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Extreme Polyphagy: Querying the gut contents of brown marmorated stink bug
1019239 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Lee, B. Lee,Benjamin WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Exploring the effects of predators on aphids and aphid-borne viruses
1019237 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Cohen, A. Cohen,Abigail WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Exploring the role of non-crop hosts and environmental stress on a vector-borne pathogen
1019236 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Corbett, R. Corbett,Ryan James MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Assessment of tissue-specific and developmental variation in DNA methylation to enhance discovery of regulatory elements in the pig genome
1019227 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Demott, L. M. Demott,Logan M. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS CA Characterization of molecular mechanisms of jasmonate signaling in plant growth and defense of Arabidopsis and Tomato
1019223 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Gutzmann, N. Gutzmann,Nicole NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV NC Development And Use Of Cas9 Lines Of Tribolium castaneum For Elucidating Mechanisms Of Insecticide Toxicity
1019222 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Williamson, M. Williamson,Megan NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV NC Characterizing the sex determination pathway in the sheep blowfly, Lucilia cuprina, as a model for the New World screwworm
1019218 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Snouffer, A. Snouffer,Ashley UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Ashley Snouffer: Investigating the Cellular and Biochemical Mechanisms of OFPs and TRMs in Tomato Fruit Shape Regulation
1019216 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Murphy, K. M. Murphy,Katherine Marie UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS CA Molecular Mechanisms of Terpine-Mediated Pathogen Defenses in Maize
1019215 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Kim, T. Kim,Tae Hyun UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS CA Functional mapping of muscle and fat specific enhancers in the bovine genome by epigenome editing in embryonic stem cells
1019214 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Kawakita, R. M. Kawakita,Ryan Makoto UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS CA Investigating moisture`s role to improve and sustain viability of non-spore-forming plant-beneficial bacteria in spray-dried microcapsules
1019210 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Nguyen, T. H. Nguyen,Thanh (Helen) Huong UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IL Empowering rural America: Assessment of risk and resilience of livestock and food transportation infrastructure under extreme natural events
1019207 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Bonning, B. C. Bonning,Bryony C UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FL A novel toxin delivery system for whitefly control
1019203 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Isbell, S. A. Isbell,Sarah Abigail PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY PA Using cover crop mixtures to shape the soil microbiome for targeted nitrogen cycling services
1019194 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Tanner, A. Tanner,Amelia COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY CO The consequences of chorionic somatomammotropin deficiency on placental function
1019185 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Brandt, J. Brandt,Jodi BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY ID Developing Integrated Research and Decision Support Tools to Support Farmland Preservation for Ecosystem Services (FarmPrES)
1019179 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Faik, A. Faik,Ahmed OHIO UNIVERSITY OH Developing a high-throughput analytical tool for plant cell wall genomics
1019168 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Biswas, D. Biswas,Debabrata UNIV OF MARYLAND MD Control colonization of pathogenic Salmonella in poultry by autolytic intracellular Salmonella vaccine
1019167 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Armitage, D. Armitage,David RICE UNIVERSITY TX Linking coevolution and ecosystem functioning in a fern-cyanobacteria nitrogen fixing symbiosis
1019158 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Frick, E. M. Frick,Elizabeth May UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FL Enhancing Tomato Flavor And Nutrition Through Ripening-Specific Transcriptional Pathways
1019153 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Mulcahy Toney, A. Mulcahy Toney,Ashley UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA NE Gut-Derived Metabolites Of Red Raspberry Polyphenols And Metabolic Health
1019146 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Hill, J. Hill,Joseph MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Investigating the Molecular Role and Components of TAC1- and LAZY1-Dependent Plant Architecture Control
1019133 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Volkova, V. Nagaraja,Tiruvoor G KANSAS STATE UNIV KS Bacteriophage use to prevent liver abscesses caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum: proof of concept studies
1019126 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Behnke, G. Behnke,Gevan UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS IL A longitudinal study of the microbial basis of N2O emissions within a long-term agricultural experiment
1019105 EXTENDED AFRI COMPETITIVE GRANT Levinson, C. M. Levinson,Chandler M UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Introgression of Late Leaf Spot, Rust, Smut, Fall Armyworm, and TSWV Resistance from Wild Peanut Relative A. Correntina into Cultivated Peanut A. Hypogaea