BIIR

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BIIRBaylor Institute for Immunology Research (Dallas, Texas)
BIIRBeneficial Insects Introduction Research (USDA; Newark, DE)
BIIRBasic Imagery Interpretation Report
BIIRBrominated Isobutylene-Isoprene Rubber
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Holley Center for Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, New York, and Jian Duan, an entomologist at the ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Unit in Newark, Delaware, are working with Leah Bauer, an entomologist with the U.
Exposed immature EAB and parasitoids were collected with soft aluminum forceps, placed in cells of plastic culture plates (12 or 24 cells per plate, each lined with wet filter paper) or plastic tubes with ventilated caps, and returned to the USDA ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research quarantine facility (Newark, DE) to rear the parasitoids to the adult stage.
Smith, who works at ARS's Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware, made his finding during field studies in China, the beetle's home country.
Schaefer and colleagues at ARS's Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Unit in Newark, Delaware, hope to analyze the borers' DNA.
Day, an entomologist at ARS' Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
Herard is working in cooperation with Michael Smith, an entomologist with the ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory (BIIRL), in Newark, Delaware.
By summer's end, he had shipped more than 400 Thanasimus adults to ARS' Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
It usually takes several years for an imported beneficial organism to build up enough in number to reduce pests," says Day, who is located at the ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
schineri flies for American forests may come from an insect nursery, or insectary, at the ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Unit in Newark, Delaware.
Taylor is a scientist at the ARS Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
In 1982, Carlson shipped several beetles of both types to quarantine officer Larry Ertle at the ARS quarantine facilities at the Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
The good bugs' staging site, tucked next to a pasture on the grounds of the University of Delaware, is the Beneficial Insects Introduction Research Laboratory of USDA's Agricultural Research Service.