CANR Research

UD researchers look at sweet corn damage caused by stink bugs
August 25, 2015
Bill Cissel, Cerruti Hooks, Charles Mason, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Joanne Whalen, Judith Hough-Goldstein, UD Extension, corn and stink bugs, delaware stink bug, delaware stink bugs, stink bug, stink bug research, stink bugs, stink bugs on corn, stink bugs sweet corn, sweet corn
UD scientists receive funding to study tropical storm impacts on water quality
August 20, 2015
Chelsea Kreig, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Erin Johnson, Gurbir Dhillon, Jinjun Kan, Richard Rowland, Rodrigo Vargas, Shreeram Inamdar, plant and soil sciences, water science and policy graduate program
UD’s Griffiths dives into underwater research in the Caribbean
July 21, 2015
Brian Griffiths, Central Caribbean Marine Institute, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Greg Foster, PLSC undergraduate, plant and soil sciences, seagrass, undergraduate research, undergraduate stories
UD researcher finds potential cause of hollow heart disorder in watermelons
June 18, 2015
Gordon Johnson, delaware, hollow heart disorder, national pollination week, pollination study, watermelon
Microbe mobilizes ‘iron shield’ to block arsenic uptake in rice
June 17, 2015
Angelia Seyfferth, Deepak Shantharaj, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Gang Li, Harsh Bais, Janine Sherrier, UD arsenic study, Venkatachalam Lakshmanan, arsenic, arsenic in rice, research
UD students help New Bolton Center with research on sows
June 10, 2015
Animal and Food Sciences, Brittney Andersen, Kristina Horback, Lesa Griffiths, New Bolton Center, Penn Vet Swine Teaching and Research Center, UD pre-vet, UD pre-vet major, amy cherico, department of animal and foods sciences, preveterinary medicine and animal biosciences, undergraduate stories, undergraduate students, undergraduates
UD graduate student uses leeches to measure mammal biodiversity
June 2, 2015
Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Kyle McCarthy, Sarah Weiskopf, graduate students, leeches, mammal biodiversity in Sumatra
Lasher Lab makeover helps with poultry disease diagnostics and research, response
April 29, 2015
Animal and Food Sciences, Brenda Sample, Carvel Center, Charles Riordan, Ed Kee, Elbert N. & Ann V. Carvel Research and Education Center, Jack Gelb, Lasher Laboratory, Mark Isaacs, Mark Rieger, Tom Carper, Tom Hudson, department of animal and food sciences
Rice paddies installed on CANR campus to aid arsenic research
April 28, 2015
Angelia Seyfferth, Carmine Balascio, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Jules Bruck, NSF Career award, RICE Facility, UD Rice Paddies, UD rice, arsenic in rice, plant and soil sciences, rice paddies
Longwood Fellow works to catalog ‘exceptional’ plants for future
April 21, 2015
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Exceptional Plants, Longwood Graduate Fellows, Longwood Graduate Program, Sara Helm Wallace, plant and soil sciences, seed banks
UD part of effort to bring bobwhite quail back to New Jersey Pine Barrens
April 14, 2015
Bill Haines, Bob Williams, Bobwhite quails, Chris Williams, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Kaili Stevens, quails new jersey, quails pine barrens, the New Jersey Audubon Society, the Tall Timbers Research and Land Conservancy
New research characterizes novel aspects of maize reproduction
March 2, 2015
Blake Meyers, Jixian Zhai, Maize genomics, PLSC, RNAs, Virginia Walbot, maize tassels, plant and soil sciences, research
UD-led study suggests new pathway for phosphorous cycling in Chesapeake Bay
February 17, 2015
Chesapeake Bay, DENIN, David Burdige, Deb Jaisi, Delaware Environmental Institute, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Don Sparks, Mark Bowden, Ravi Kukkadapu, Sunendra Joshi, phosphorous cycling, phosphorous in Chesapeake bay, plant and soil sciences
UD student uses genome annotation to help study crocodiles, alligators, gharials
February 17, 2015
American alligator, Animal and Food Sciences, Carl Schmidt, Colin Kern, department of animal and food sciences, the Indian gharial, the salt water crocodile
Environmental concerns, awareness grow in South Wilmington community
January 29, 2015
APEC, DENIN, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Donald Sparks, Kent Messer, PLSC
UD researchers study Arctic nesting sites of Atlantic brant geese
January 26, 2015
Chris Williams, Clark Nissley, Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, Ken Abraham, atlantic brant, atlantic brant nesting grounds, brant, brant goose, brant nest, cackling geese, east bay bird sanctuary, snow geese, southampton island
New UD research center — ag policy meets economics
November 24, 2014
Applied Economics and Statistics, Center for Behavioral and Experimental Agri-environmental Policy Research, Center for Experimental and Applied Economics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics
UD to jointly headquarter new USDA research center for agri-environmental policy
November 17, 2014
CBEAR, Center for Behavioral and Experimental Agri-environmental Policy Research, Center for Experimental and Applied Economics, Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, Georgia State University, Kent Messer, Paul Ferraro
UD’s Evans receives USDA grant to combat rose rosette disease
October 20, 2014
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Tom Evans, USDA-NIFA, plant disease, rose rosette virus, roses
Researchers at UD use ancient gene to study virus biology
October 14, 2014
DBI, Delaware Biotechnology Institute, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Eric Sakowski, Eric Wommack, PLSC, RNR, Viral Dark Matter, ancient gene, environmental virus, ribonucleotide reductase, study of viruses, virus biology