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ARS

On drawings, abbr. for asbestos roof shingles.
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The WDC has made the ARS Water Database available via anonymous FTP.
ARS research is looking at the entire continuum of producing energy from agricultural materials--starting with DNA fingerprinting of plants to study their suitability as bioenergy crops, then improving growing and harvesting procedures, and finally, developing new processes for converting a wide range of agricultural products into high-quality energy, fuel, and other valuable products.
Critics of the ARS have indicated that ARS statements contain more than one psychological construct and that the subscale items may be misconstrued as representing more than one dimension.
A similar fiscal equation was applied to ARS 95: the private sector provided about a quarter of the museum's official budget of 7.
Just 10 parts per million (ppm) added to water during the first hour or so of an irrigation -- or until water has been running off the bottom of a field for about 20 minutes -- can reduce erosion by 70 to 99 percent, the ARS studies indicate.
Dave Slott, president and chief operating officer of ARS, added, We are excited to kick off the new year by adding Aspen Air to our ARS network.
ARS is also home to important national collections of fungi, nematodes, and insects from all over the world that, in many instances, represent unique resources to deal with international problems.
ARS has unique expertise and facilities to carry out a cohesive research program on obesity prevention and energy metabolism, both through its national program in Human Nutrition and in coordination with ARS crop and animal breeding and new product and food-processing research.
Indeed, his team at the ARS Plant, Soil and Nutrition Laboratory in Ithaca, N.