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Systematic collections of the Agricultural Research Service

United States. Agricultural Research Service.

Systematic collections of the Agricultural Research Service

by United States. Agricultural Research Service.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Agricultural Research Service.,
  • Biology -- Catalogs and collections.

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    StatementJ. R. Lichtenfels, J. H. Kirkbride, and D. J. Chitwood, managing editors.
    SeriesMiscellaneous publication - United States Department of Agriculture ; no. 1343, Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 1343.
    ContributionsLichtenfels, J. Ralph., Kirkbride, Joseph H., Chitwood, David Joseph, 1950-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS21 .A46 no. 1343b, QH322.A .A46 no. 1343b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL460691M
    LC Control Number98179002

    Revise eriophyid genera; conduct systematic revision of genera of flat mites; complete book on economic armored scales of the U.S.; complete guide to N.A. termites; complete database on scales; analyze molecular variations; develop key to thrips; provide identifications. It’s been said that a picture is worth a thousand words, and at the Agricultural Research Service’s Electron and Confocal Microscopy Unit (ECMU) in Beltsville, Maryland, this adage couldn’t be more true. Led by unit director Gary Bauchan, the ECMU is tasked with producing high-resolution images that provide a window to the extraordinary world of the unseen.

    The Thomas E. Devine Papers contain materials from his 32 years of research for the Agricultural Research Service on the genetics and breeding of View the items in Thomas E. Devine Papers Severn Run's Cazador (Caz), Screwworm Detection Dog, Collection: Screwworm Eradication Program Records. Goals / Objectives. ARS is interested in performing research to increase and enhance the understanding of the systematics of beetles (Coleoptera) important to agriculture, landscape plants, and the environment, especially flea beetles, wood-boring beetles, and lady beetles.

      Advance systematic knowledge of flies damaging crops or beneficial as predators or biocontrol agents of weeds or pest insects, by generating morphological and molecular character data to test species limits and phylogenetic hypotheses, diagnose populations and species, and create identification tools. — By Hank Becker, Agricultural Research Service Information Staff, Ivy Lane, Greenbelt, Maryland , phone () Steven W. Lingafelter is at the USDA-ARS Systematic Entomology Laboratory, U.S. National Museum of Natural History, NHB , Washington, DC, ; phone () , fax ()


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Get this from a library. Systematic collections of the Agricultural Research Service. [William H Cross; United States. Agricultural Research Service.] -- The purpose of this report is to give the location, size, history, and significance of the 13 major ARS-supported collections.

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In Systematic Collections of the Agricultural Research Service. USDA. Agricultural Research Service. Report describing 12 special collections held by the Agricultural Research Service on animal parasites, fungi, bacteria, insects, nematodes, plants, and seeds.

In this talk I will describe our collection and some of our operations in order to give you a perspective on what we are doing, and it also may address some of the issues raised by this symposium.

The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Culture Collection, as it is formally called, which many of you know as the NRRL (Northern Regional Research Laboratory) collection Cited by: 2. If you check Use Synonyms for a fungus name, synonym and alternate state names in the database will be included in the search.

Checking Use Synonyms for a host name will include synonyms from the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the PLANTS Database, Natural. An ARS entomologist is developing microbial pesticides for the effective control of mosquitoes.

Learn more. ARS Administrator Dr. Chavonda Jacobs-Young with former USDA Secretaries Tom Vilsack and Mike Johanns talk about the hope for the future for American farmers during an FFAR event. ARS Featured Photo: Protecting Fruit Flavor. Learn more. ARS is interested in performing research to increase and enhance the understanding of the systematics of aphids, leafhoppers, plant bugs, thrips, and termites important to agriculture, ornamentals, and the environment.

Systematic Entomology Laboratory: Beltsville, MD. GAME OF THORNS Treehoppers are known for the extravagantly developed pronota of the adults and a vast array of spiny structures of the nymphs.

Stuart McKamey has begun describing all New World tribes, including the genera Neotynelia and Tynelia, as shown in this excerpt from his forthcoming paper. The Smithsonian Institution's collection of longhorned woodboring beetles (Coleoptera) is the third largest in the world. United States Department of Agriculture researcher Steven W.

Lingafelter and his colleagues worked for over ten years to compile the images and data. About Us Special Collections houses rare books, manuscript collections, nursery and seed trade catalogs, photographs, and posters related to the history of agriculture.

Materials cover a variety of agricultural subjects including horticulture, entomology, poultry sciences, natural history, and are not limited to domestic publications. Systematic collections of the Agricultural Research Service / J.R. Lichtenfels, J.H. Kirkbride, Jr., and D.J. Chitwood, managing editors.

Special Collections houses a wealth of materials relating to all aspects of agricultural history, discovery, and advancement. The combination of o rare books, manuscript collections, original art work, posters, photographs, and nursery and seed trade catalogs makes Special Collections a premiere center for agricultural research.

Watercolor, USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection. Special Collections, National Agricultural Library. Sapp, Roy. U.S. Department of Agriculture, 12th and 14th Streets, Independence Avenue and C Street as Taken from Top of Washington Monument. Photograph, circa USDA History Collection.

Special Collections, National Agricultural. The collection development policy outlined below helps Special Collections staff determine if materials a donor wishes to add to our collections meet the Library’s goals.

This policy also tells prospective donors what criteria we use to decide whether to accept donations of books, documents, and other items. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is an agency of the United States government charged with collecting comprehensive and systematic records of all federal government agencies, including USDA.

NAL’s Special Collections unit receives collections of documents from individuals and organizations. Scientific collections, as discussed in this report, consist of physical objects that are preserved, cataloged, and managed by Federal agencies and other organizations for research and other purposes.

Scientific collections do not include art or histori-cal objects, collectibles, or the books and documents that are stored in libraries and archives.Farm Economics Section, Department of Agriculture, Wellington.

METHODOLOGY may be defined as systematic knowledge of the best way of setting to the development and progress of the I” sciences methodology has played avery important also in the realm of agricultural research. methodology is a vital neces-File Size: 68KB. A book has been published by the Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Beltsville, MD in collaboration with scientists from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA; Agricultural Research Organization, Bet Dagan, Israel; and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Mites (Acari) for Pest Control is an extremely comprehensive publication, covering in depth the 34 acarine families that contain mites useful for the control of pest mites and insects, nematodes and weeds. In addition to providing information on each relevant acarine family, the book includes essential information on the introduction, culture and establishment of acarine .Progress 06/18/03 to 04/17/08 Outputs Progress Report Objectives (from AD) 1.

Develop on-line systematic resources about plant pathogenic and biological control fungi as technology transfer. 2. Curate the U.S. National Fungus Collections for .