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A marketing compaign for promoting the health policy and administration program at Washington State University.
A description on a marketing campaign that promotes WSU's health policy and administration program
Controlling wireworms with neonicotinoid insecticides in wheat
Wireworm (Limoniusspp.) populations and crop damage have been increasing in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) production across eastern Washington. Today nearly all spring cereal crop acres throughout eastern Washington are ...
Role of the apr lipoprotein in the pathogenesis of B. burgdorferi during murine infection
Infection with the bacterial agent of Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb), results in a severely debilitating disease with clinical manifestations including arthritis, neurological impairment and cardiac inflammation.(1) ...
Response of drip-irrigated native spearmint to different water stress levels applied at different times
Response to water use challenges in irrigated agriculture.
Depression as a mediator in the longitudinal relationship between stress and alcohol use
In our study, depression mediated the relationship between stress and alcohol use. This relationship highlights the need for early interventions to help prevent alcohol use.
Sweet cherry research variation in pedicel-fruit retention force in sweet cherry (prunus avium L.)
The development of cherries with low retention force that are amenable to mechanical harvesting would reduce labor requirement and increase the profitability of the industry.
The WSU apple breeding program
WSU’s apple breeding program produces new improved varieties especially selected for the Washington State industry (the principal apple producer in the U.S.A).
Bird cherry - oat aphid bionomics in the Pacific Northwest USA.
Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus is a yield reducing disease vectored by the Bird-Cherry Oat Aphid (Rosalosiphum padi) in the fall. The aphid brings the virus to wheat and barley from inected sweet corn fields. Recently a flare ...
Genetic diversity among endogenous plant pararetroviral sequences from geographically diverse sources of dahlia (Dahlia spp).
Two distinct caulimoviruses, Dahlia mosaic virus (DMV) and Dahlia common mosaic virus (DCMV), and an endogenous plant pararetroviral sequence (DvEPRS) were reported in Dahlia spp. DvEPRS, previously referred to as DMV-D10, ...
The use of 1H NMR spectroscopy to assay triglyceride content in microalgae, yeast and diatoms for biofuel production.
The need for an alternative liquid fuel source to traditional fossil fuels has led researchers to consider microalgae as such a source, especially for biodiesel and aviation fuels. Many species of microalgae produce large ...