BIRL

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AcronymDefinition
BIRLBasic Industry Research Laboratory (US DOE)
BIRLBeneficial Insects Research Laboratory (USDA)
BIRLBio-Imaging Research Laboratory (University of Colorado)
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To solve that problem, molecular biologist Jesse de Leon, with ARS's Beneficial Insects Research Laboratory in Weslaco, Texas, developed genetic markers to detect telltale sections of the wasp's DNA in ground-up samples of the various scales.
Michael Smith, who works full-time on the species at the Agricultural Research Service's Beneficial Insects Research Laboratory in Newark, Del.
Day and three other ARS entomologists conduct laboratory and field tests on parasites and predators of problem insects at ARS' Beneficial Insects Research Laboratory in Newark, Delaware.
We think bee bread is somewhat more nutritious than regular pollen, but until recently, we weren't sure what happened to it [after the bees collected it]," says Elton Herbert, a research entomologist at the Agriculture Department's Beneficial Insects Research Laboratory in Beltsville, Md.