Project Listing

Accession Number Status Type Project Director Project Contact Institution State Title
0181550 REVISED HATCH Rush, C. Rush, C. TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY TX Epidemiology and Control of Several Economically Important Plant Pathogens
0181533 TERMINATED HATCH Deng, S. Deng, S. OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY OK Microbial Community, Enzyme Activity, Soil Health, and Ecosystem Function: Relationships and Variability
0181518 TERMINATED HATCH Eisenhauer, D. E. Eisenhauer, D. D. UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA NE Hydrologic Modeling and Engineering for Enhancement of Vegetative Riparian Buffers
0181517 TERMINATED HATCH Carlson, M. S. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI MO Reevaluation of Lactation Diets and Mineral Requirements for Optimal Pig Performance
0181513 TERMINATED HATCH Ryser, E. Ryser, E. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Microbial Safety and Quality of Foods
0181485 TERMINATED HATCH Ernst, C. W. Ernst, C. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Identification and Evaluation of Genes Controlling Economically Important Traits in Pigs and Cattle
0181483 NEW HATCH Ashworth, E. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE ME Multistate Research Coordination, Northeastern Region
0181482 TERMINATED HATCH Yarborough, D. Yarborough, D. E. UNIVERSITY OF MAINE ME A National Agricultural Program to Clear Pest Control Agents for Minor Uses
0181465 TERMINATED HATCH Gaston, L. Gaston, L. LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY LA Effects of Organic Matter Management on Properties of Soils in the Lower Mississippi River Valley
0181457 TERMINATED HATCH Tomich, J. KANSAS STATE UNIV KS BIOTECHNOLOGY CORE FACILITY
0181426 TERMINATED HATCH Jones, R. L. Jones, R. L UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FL Regional Research Coordination, Southern Region
0181417 TERMINATED HATCH Conner, P. J. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Pecan Cultivar Evaluation, Breeding, and Genetic Analysis
0181407 TERMINATED HATCH Ogas, J. Ogas, J. PURDUE UNIVERSITY IN SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION AND REGULATION OF CELL IDENTITY IN ARABIDOPSIS THALIANA
0181404 TERMINATED HATCH Branch, W. D. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA GEORGIA PEANUT BREEDING AND GENETICS
0181390 TERMINATED HATCH Johnson, A. T. UNIV OF MARYLAND MD RESPIRATOR DESIGN STUDIES
0181389 TERMINATED HATCH Glenn, S. UNIV OF MARYLAND MD PERENNIAL WEEDS
0181388 TERMINATED HATCH Straney, D. C. UNIV OF MARYLAND MD HOST SIGNAL RECOGNITION BY A PLANT PATHOGENIC FUNGUS
0181387 TERMINATED HATCH Nerlove, M. UNIV OF MARYLAND MD AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND POLICY IN THE CONTEXT OF GENERAL ECONOMIC GROWTH: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES
0181386 REVISED HATCH Schinckel, A. P. Schinckel, A. P. PURDUE UNIVERSITY IN Modeling swine growth, nutrient requirements and pork quality and improvement of commercial pig performance.
0181355 TERMINATED HATCH Golden, B. Golden, B. PURDUE UNIVERSITY IN Structural and functional characterization of catalytic RNAs
0181346 TERMINATED HATCH Haan, P. K. Haan, P. K. TEXAS A&M UNIV TX DEVELOPMENT OF BIO-INDICATORS FOR DETERMINING CRITICAL NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN RIVERS
0181345 TERMINATED HATCH Fitzpatrick, P. F. Fitzpatrick, P. F. TEXAS A&M UNIV TX MECHANISMS AND CONTROL OF NEUROTRANSMITTER BIOSYNTHESIS
0181344 TERMINATED HATCH Bates, G. W. Bates, G. W. TEXAS A&M UNIV TX RESEARCH & USA FACULTY TRAINING PROGRAMS IN NUTRITION, FOOD & THE ENVIRONMENT IN RURAL COSTA RICA
0181340 TERMINATED HATCH Hartzell, P. L. Hartzell, P. L. UNIV OF IDAHO ID A chaperone controlling motility and development of Myxococcus xanthus
0181338 TERMINATED HATCH Kissel, D. E. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Using Spatial Variation of Soil Prop & Crop Prod to Assess Soil Produc & Optimize N Use by Crops
0181337 TERMINATED HATCH Martin, R. J. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Body Weight Regulation: Signaling Mechanisms
0181336 TERMINATED HATCH Davis, A. J. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA THE USE OF ALTERNATIVE PROTEIN SOURCES IN POULTRY DIETS
0181335 TERMINATED HATCH Swanson, R. B. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA GA Acceptability of Healthy Foods
0181333 TERMINATED HATCH Nelson, M. L. Nelson, M. L. WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY WA Altering ruminal fermentation with a plant extract
0181317 TERMINATED HATCH Harris, C. Harris, C. MICHIGAN STATE UNIV MI Coupled Human and Natural Systems In Fisheries, Animal Industry, Food Safety, and Climate Change