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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :of cranberry juice a day can lead to significant heart health benefits, accordi
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted yesterday
of cranberry juice a day can lead to significant heart health benefits, according to a study led by Janet Novotny, an Agricultural Research Service (ARS) physiologist at the Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center in Beltsville,... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :to the National Academy of Sciences. ARS Molecular Biologist James Giovannoni
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted yesterday
to the National Academy of Sciences. ARS Molecular Biologist James Giovannoni Elected to National Academy of Sciences Agricultural Research Service (ARS) molecular biologist James J. Giovannoni is among the newest members of the National... Read more
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PhysOrg
Detecting decay inside bagged lettuce with 'electronic eye'product. Tissue decay can start a few days after processing and may be difficul
Detecting decay inside bagged lettuce with 'electronic eye'
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
product. Tissue decay can start a few days after processing and may be difficult to detect by quick visual observation. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) plant geneticist Ivan Simko and his collaborators have developed nondestructive imaging... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :because tissue decay can start a few days after processing and is difficult to
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
because tissue decay can start a few days after processing and is difficult to detect through the bag with the naked eye. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) plant geneticist Ivan Simko, with the Crop Improvement and Protection Research Laboratory... Read more
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PhysOrg
Aerial surveys can spot boll weevil hideoutsis often spread out over large areas or scattered among out-of-the-way fields,
Aerial surveys can spot boll weevil hideouts
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
is often spread out over large areas or scattered among out-of-the-way fields, so detecting it is a major challenge. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in College Station, Texas, have found a way to use digital images taken in... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :Aerial Surveys Can Spot Boll Weevil Hideouts Agricultural Research Service (AR
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 15 days ago
Aerial Surveys Can Spot Boll Weevil Hideouts Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in College Station, Texas, have found a way to use digital images taken in aerial surveys to identify regrowth cotton that may be harboring boll weevils.... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Sow the seeds of a career with botanyin botany/plant sciences and other allied subjects or second to go for jobs lik
Sow the seeds of a career with botany
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 16 days ago
in botany/plant sciences and other allied subjects or second to go for jobs like agricultural research scientist through Agricultural Research Service or research assistant in agricultural institution/universities; Conservator of Forests through... Read more
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PhysOrg
California plans to unleash fly to crush ivy invasionApproval could still be months away. "Biocontrol of weeds is always a long pro
California plans to unleash fly to crush ivy invasion
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
Approval could still be months away. "Biocontrol of weeds is always a long process," said Joe Balciunas. A retired Agricultural Research Service entomologist. "I thought this one would go faster, but I was wrong." Balciunas and colleagues... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How a fly could halt California’s ivy invasionturned methodically. Final approval could still be months away. “Biocontrol of
How a fly could halt California’s ivy invasion
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
turned methodically. Final approval could still be months away. “Biocontrol of weeds is always a long process,” retired Agricultural Research Service entomologist Joe Balciunas said in an interview. “I thought this one would go faster, but I was... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :is a more effective approach to health than finding a sugar that is more neutra
ARS :
Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 21 days ago
is a more effective approach to health than finding a sugar that is more neutral in terms of its health effects. USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) nutritionist Susan Raatz and her colleagues at the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research... Read more
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PhysOrg
Algae enlisted to produce biofuel using discarded papayasbe converted to biodiesel fuel. At the Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Pacific Basin Agr
Algae enlisted to produce biofuel using discarded papayas
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
be converted to biodiesel fuel. At the Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center in Hilo, Hawaii, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) plant pathologist Lisa Keith has spent the past 5 years fine-tuning conditions under... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rising CO2 levels reduce protein in crucial pollen source for beescontinental scale, said Jeffery Pettis, study co-author and research entomologi
Rising CO2 levels reduce protein in crucial pollen source for bees
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
continental scale, said Jeffery Pettis, study co-author and research entomologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service. "A poor diet sets bees up for failure," he said. "Previous research shows bees have shorter... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :for conversion into biodiesel to help meet the island state's energy needs. Li
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 22 days ago
for conversion into biodiesel to help meet the island state's energy needs. Lisa Keith, a plant pathologist with USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS), is spearheading the project at the agency's Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Pacific Basin... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fruit fly outbreak declared in Adelaide's inner southof Highgate Photo: Traps have been set up close to where the Mediterranean fru
Fruit fly outbreak declared in Adelaide's inner south
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
of Highgate Photo: Traps have been set up close to where the Mediterranean fruit flies were found (Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service) Mediterranean fruit fly have been detected in Highgate, in Adelaide's inner south. A... Read more
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Agricultural Research Magazine
ARS :it comes to scientifically developing and testing new methods for dealing with
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Agricultural Research Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
it comes to scientifically developing and testing new methods for dealing with obesity and weight control research. The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) established the W.O. Atwater Memorial Lecture in 1968 to honor the memory of Wilbur Olin... Read more
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express
Walnuts prevents heart disease: Handful each day can reduce cholesterolin San Diego suggested walnuts improved gut health, hunger and satiety, and met
Walnuts prevents heart disease: Handful each day can reduce cholesterol
express / Posted a month ago
in San Diego suggested walnuts improved gut health, hunger and satiety, and metabolic health. Researchers from the US's Agricultural Research Service found one-and-a-half ounces a day significantly affected gut bacteria favourable to decrease... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Daily walnut consumption positively impacts blood cholesterol levels in older adultsFood choices and the gut microbiome play an important role in human health. A r
Daily walnut consumption positively impacts blood cholesterol levels in older adults
News-Medical-Net / Posted a month ago
Food choices and the gut microbiome play an important role in human health. A recent study conducted by researchers at the Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) examined how the heart health benefits of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study suggests commercial bumble bee industry amplified a fungal pathogen of beesspecies of bumble bee, including Bombus occidentalis, pictured, are experiencin
Study suggests commercial bumble bee industry amplified a fungal pathogen of bees
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
species of bumble bee, including Bombus occidentalis, pictured, are experiencing steep population declines. Credit: USDA Agricultural Research Service Scientists hoping to explain widespread declines in wild bumble bee populations have conducted... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Farm FunctionsThe presentation will be given by Leanne Dillard, a research animal scientist w
Farm Functions
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
The presentation will be given by Leanne Dillard, a research animal scientist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service. A second program in the series will be presented at the same time and place on April 11. It... Read more
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La Junta Tribune-Democrat
CSU team receives $10 million to study Ogallala Aquiferof Nebraska-Lincoln, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University, New Me
CSU team receives $10 million to study Ogallala Aquifer
La Junta Tribune-Democrat / Posted 1 months ago
of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University, New Mexico State University, Texas Tech University, West Texas A&M University, Texas A&M AgriLife and the USDA-Agricultural Research Service. LA Junta Tribune - La Ju... Read more

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