USDA-ARS

AcronymDefinition
USDA-ARSUnited States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service
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The first step, according to ASABE member Tami Brown-Brandl, an agricultural engineer at the USDA-ARS Roman L.
This electromagnetic induction rig was developed at the USDA-ARS U.S.
Scott Baerson is in the USDA-ARS Natural Products Utilization Research Unit, P.O.
The USDA-ARS recently reviewed the nutrient composition of standard large eggs, and results show the average amount of cholesterol in one large egg is 185 mg, 14 per cent lower than previously recorded.
He is also responsible for the research and administrative leadership at the USDA-ARS HERU Laboratory.
Lawrence, USDA-ARS Quality and Safety Assessment Research Unit, Richard B.
PA 4-11b was derived from the four-way cross (Wilson 6 x Forrest) x (Perry x L76-0253) (USDA-ARS Germplasm Resources Information Network; Hartwig and Epps, 1973; Weiss, 1953).
A team of USDA-ARS and Kansas State University (KSU) researchers has been addressing the problem over the past year, helping subsistence farmers prevent postharvest grain losses of up to 30%.
About five years ago, consumers got their first taste of a rice batter developed from USDA-ARS patented technology.
The current USDA-ARS national food and nutrient intake survey uses the automated tool for both in-person and telephone interviews.
A team of USDA-ARS scientists and Japanese colleagues has developed a technology that can be used to detect Campylobacter in different types of samples, including food, fecal samples and environmental samples.
GP-244, PI 639867) was developed by USDA-ARS in cooperation with the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 2005.