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Boosting iron absorption in infants: a focus on food combos and the size of meat particles in them. Mar 1, 2008 1059
Fruitful studies in Puerto Rico: lush climate and varied soils support research on tropical crops. Jan 1, 2008 1595
Inulin may help with iron uptake, too. Jan 1, 2008 552
In search of better forage grasses for the Southern Plains. Jan 1, 2008 1055
Tempering beans' reaction to heat. Nov 1, 2007 496
New leptospirosis discovery! Changes seen in pathogen's ability to survive outside a host. Aug 1, 2007 956
Where'd that boll weevil come from? DNA-marker technology helps keep tabs on legendary insect pest. Aug 1, 2007 1004
Potatoes: a tale of two threats: nematode, plant virus show why battle to protect crops is never-ending. Aug 1, 2007 1062
Helping corn face tomorrow's challenges. Jul 1, 2007 1028
That's one hot habanero! spicy TigerPaw pepper also resists root-knot nematodes. Jul 1, 2007 512
Slashing greenhouse gases from hog waste. May 1, 2007 510
Improving crop plants through genomics. Jan 1, 2007 1451
Getting around maternal defenses: new ways to bypass antibodies that hinder vaccination of young livestock. Nov 1, 2006 911
Pterostilbene's healthy potential: berry compound may inhibit breast cancer and heart disease. Nov 1, 2006 988
Keeping meat and poultry safe: microbes' resistance, hiding places are among Ames unit's targets. Oct 1, 2006 1476
Ground-to-air coverage at Ames. Aug 1, 2006 1062
We can have it both ways. Aug 1, 2006 1436
Stewards--for access to vital watershed data. Aug 1, 2006 534
Pinning for profits and healthy forests. Jul 1, 2006 1045
Goin' ballistic against brucellosis: shooting for a better way to vaccinate. Jun 1, 2006 489
Modernization at Ames: new era in animal health research is at hand. Jun 1, 2006 879
In New York's finger lakes region: a focus on grape genetics. Cover story Apr 1, 2006 1438
Their mission? To build a better peanut. Apr 1, 2006 996
Protozoa: an animal-research first: protozoa bolsters bacterial virulence inside animals. Feb 1, 2006 892
Cicadas' fungal foe is potential friend of science. Feb 1, 2006 520
An eye test for barber pole worm. Feb 1, 2006 542
Folk remedy yields mosquito-thwarting compound. Feb 1, 2006 526
Remarkable Kazak apples: their resistance to disease may boost an entire industry. Jan 1, 2006 1435
Vaccination alone not eradicating this bovine virus. Jan 1, 2006 474
Using HOOF-Prints to track Brucellosis outbreaks. Jan 1, 2006 505
Vegetable breeding steps up to the next level. Dec 1, 2005 1251
Filling the Southern Plains forage gap. Dec 1, 2005 1029
Pegging a troublesome change in hydrilla: mutation seems to cause recently found resistance to a key herbicide. Nov 1, 2005 1261
Greenhouse pests beware: Old World hunter fly now in North America. Oct 1, 2005 544
A quick way to gauge forage nutrition: real-time method tells whether the grasses livestock feed on are at their peak. Sep 1, 2005 1068
Small dams are put to the test: research helps protect lives and property. Aug 1, 2005 1044
Range that's a home to forage research. Jun 1, 2005 1544
Sorghum needs its space, too: how it guards itself may be key in crops' battle against weeds. May 1, 2005 985
Blue lagoons on pig farms? A new waste-handling system can make it a reality. Mar 1, 2005 1039
Working to I.D. foes of emerald ash borers. Feb 1, 2005 562
Getting plant genes to glow: new technique emerges from metal absorption studies. Jan 1, 2005 1010
A new world of watermelon: ARS develops low-sugar melons, finds mini-fruit rich in key nutrients. Dec 1, 2004 992
Rice genome helps put other cereals "on the map". Oct 1, 2004 514
Seeing air in a new light with LiDAR. Oct 1, 2004 972
Rice yield mystery solved? Key clues revealed about declines in Asia. Sep 1, 2004 504
Targeting E.coli infections at their source. Aug 1, 2004 990
Using nematodes' own biology against them. Aug 1, 2004 947
Tailored climate data may help water managers be prepared: less rain in the forecast? Jul 1, 2004 1006
Don't waste this stuff! Water-treatment residue may help ease an environmental concern. Jul 1, 2004 474
Saving Little Topashaw: eroded southern creek offers lessons on undoing years of harm to watersheds. Cover Story May 1, 2004 989
Germplasms from previous study may thwart new aphid biotype: Russian wheat aphids in differen nymphal stages. The Aphids cause leafrolling, as shown on these susceptible wheat plants. Apr 1, 2004 1483
Targeting a threat to U.S. citrus: mite-borne disease already has foothold in South America. Mar 1, 2004 929
Holding pens hold Salmonella too. Feb 1, 2004 891
Reverse process may be key to developing swine flu vaccine. Feb 1, 2004 934
Vitamin E may be key to safer fowl. Jan 1, 2004 544
Helping states slow sediment movement: a high-tech approach to Clean Water Act sediment requirements. Dec 1, 2003 1346
On the lookout for Scaley invaders: knowledge is key to keeping foreign scale insects at bay. Dec 1, 2003 1007
Short apple trees faster and healthier. Nov 1, 2003 1000
Going by the flow--using acoustics to track stream sediment. Oct 1, 2003 569
More than meets the eye: new findings on how mulch color can affect food plants. Sep 1, 2003 1030
Working for (better) peanuts: new cultivars resist disease and spoilage. Aug 1, 2003 536
Heart-friendly corn oil? New high-oleic corn varieties make it possible. Aug 1, 2003 1026
Vitamin D research: humans may benefit from animal health studies. Jul 1, 2003 1005
Safekeeping fungi that protect plants against pests: Richard Humber, microbiologist and insect mycologist, checks for a requested fungal isolate in one of the several crowded nitrogen tanks holding the ARSEF culture collection. The collection comprises 6,500 isolates from every continent around the world. Apr 1, 2003 1320
Pumping iron into western Africa's corn. Apr 1, 2003 1044
Sequencing the bad guys. Apr 1, 2003 489
New algicide to help keep catfish tasting good. Apr 1, 2003 506
Knowing when plants capture phosphorus. Jan 1, 2003 496
Soybeans may help iron-deficient women after all: iron deficiency affects 30 percent of the world's population, especially women and children living in poverty. Jan 1, 2003 501
An easy, inexpensive test detects tuberculosis in livestock and wildlife. Nov 1, 2002 976

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