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Current Research by Title


Title Project No.
A Novel Application of the Herbicide Ethofumesate to Increase and Prolong the Effectiveness of Glyphosate Resistant Technology in Sugarbeet WYO-427-08
AMP-Activated Protein Kinase and Glucose Transporters in Sheep Placenta WYO-00600
An Automated Soil Water Sensing Network to Monitor Drought Conditions in Wyoming Rangelands WYO-447-10
Applying HACCP to Small Rural Food Processors Through Interagency Cooperation WYO-00586
Beef Heifer Development Programs That Reduce the Utilization of High Cost Feedstuffs While Maintaining Reproductive Performance WYO-437-09
Benchmark soilscapes to predict effects of climatic change in the western USA WYO-422-07
Biological Functions of Antioxidants Associated with Oxygenic Photosynthesis WYO-00588
Brucellosis: New Vaccines and Diagnostics, Vaccination and Environmental Factors in Disease Incidence, and Economics in Livestock and Wildlife WYO-00605
c-di-GMP signaling in E. coli O157:H7 biofilm formation and colonization of the gastrointestinal tract of beef cattle WYO-00611
c-di-GMP Signaling in Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Biofilm Formation and Gastrointestinal Tract Colonization of Beef Cattle WYO-448-10
Conference Grant to Support the 4th Grazing Livestock Nutrition Conference WYO-00612
Continuing studies on biomedical countermeasures against brucellosis in domestic and wild hosts.... WYO-00614
Dietary Selenium Supplementation in a Mouse Model of Huntington's Disease WYO-438-09
Economic and environmental sustainability of conventional, reduced-input, and organic approaches on western crop-range-livestock farms WYO-00604
Economic, Social and Ecological Issues of Rangeland Fragmentation that Affect Rangeland Sustainability and Rural Communities WYO-409-06
Economics of Crop-livestock Farming Systems in Wyoming WYO-420-07
Effects of Cropping-system, Irrigation Method, and Soil Properties on Soil Nitrogen and Organic Matter Dynamics in the Big Horn Basin WYO-425-08
EFNEP Related Research, Program Evaluation and Outreach WYO-446-09
Gene Discovery in Plague, Brucellosis and Tularemia; Host-Pathogen Interactions and Immune Response in Chronic Wasting Disease WYO-00599
Genetic Identification of Poor Sexually Performing Rams to Enhance Profitability of Small and Medium Sized Flocks WYO-00593
Goats Producing Spider Silk Proteins in Their Milk WYO-421-07
Impact Analyses and Decision Strategies for Agricultural Research (NC1003) WYO-429-08
Improving wool color through selective breeding using yellowing propensity measurements. WYO-406-06
Integrated Diagnostic Laboratory Investigation of Animal Disease WYO-397-05
Interactions of individual, family, community, and policy contexts on the mental and physical health of diverse rural low-income families WYO-442-09
Inter-hemispheric comparison of soil carbon quality responses to warming and elevated atmospheric [CO2] manipulations in temperate grasslands WYO-00602
Legume adoption practices in western central United States: economic and environmental benefits in face of increased climatic variability WYO-00616
Long-term Changes in Native Bee Diversity, Abundance, and Phenology WYO-449-10
Marketing Opportunities and Constraints Confronting Organic Farming Operations in the High Plains WYO-00607
Maternal Nutrition Management and Profitability of Cow/Calf Operation in Small Farms WYO-00585
Metabolic Engineering of Rhodobacter sphaeroides for Sustainable Photosynthetic Hydrogen Production WYO-439-09
Microbial and biogeochemical mechanisms of altered decomposition and N mineralization in a rangeland ecosystem exposed to global change WYO-00595
Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Skeletal Muscle Growth and Differentiation WYO-411-07
NAHLN Testing - University of Wyoming, Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory WYO-00609
NAHLN Testing - University of Wyoming, Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory WYO-00615
New and Emerging Animal Diseases WYO-396-05
Objective Measures of Wool Fiber Characteristics WYO-00598
Objective Measures of Wool Fiber Characteristics WYO-00608
Objective Measures of Wool Fiber Characteristics WYO-00613
Purchase of a BioSpectrum 800 Imaging System WYO-00610
Quantifying the Impact of a Massive Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak on Carbon, Water, and Nitrogen Cycling and Regeneration of Southern Wyoming Lodgepole Pine Forests WYO-440-09
Rapid Virulence Annotation of the Soil Metagenome under Different Agricultural Production Practices WYO-450-10
Relating Familial Economic, Food and Fitness Behaviors to Childhood Overweight and Obesity WYO-00591
Spatially Distributed Integration of Landscape Ecology And Watershed Hydrology For The Classification Of Semi-Arid Watersheds WYO-377-03
Superior growth performance of NR pigs: role of AMP activated protein kinase WYO-00597
Tools for Fiscally Responsible Planning: Spatially Precise Fiscal Impact Models and Growth Efficiency Models WYO-428-08
Validation of Protein Biomarkers for CWD WYO-441-09
Wyoming Wildlife/Livestock Disease Research Partnership 2006: Pasteurellosis, CWD and Brucellosis in Wildlife and Livestock WYO-00583
Young Consumer's Demand for Natural Sweeteners: Developing Measures for Good Health and Industry in Wyoming WYO-451-10

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