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Aphis

[′ā·fəs]
(invertebrate zoology)
A genus of aphid, the type genus of the family Aphididae.
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In order to perform a field trial with a "regulated article," a researcher must apply to APHIS and submit extensive paperwork before, during, and after the field trial.
The staff members of the USDA APHIS PPQ Otis Laboratory, and Bethel and Brighton Field Stations provided field work assistance: Scott Gula, Mandy Furtado, Erin Schott, Elizabeth Reardon, MacKenzie O'Kane, Alexander Reitz, Brenna Walters, Sam Engle, Alyssa Perry, and Patrick Gemperline.
Biometrical Measurements, Biology, Aphis nasturtii, External morphology, Ecology.
In fact, APHIS proposed legislation in July 2016 that would allow the importation of U.K.
Aphid genus-richness that is the number of species per genus was dominated by genus Aphis that had 6 representative species which as a whole infested 24 host plant species (List.
The action from the groups comes after the (http://www.ibtimes.com/usda-animal-welfare-records-including-lab-inspections-removed-official-government-2487262) USDA removed animal investigation reports and  annual reviews filed under the Animal Welfare Act (AWA) and the Horse Protection Act (HPA) from the APHIS website earlier this month.
Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists at the Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE) in Gainesville, Florida, and APHIS in Biloxi, Mississippi, have a solution.
The APHIS Animal Care program uses two primary tools for ensuring AWA compliance: inspections, which are conducted by an animal care inspector or veterinary medical officer (inspector), and investigations that are generally conducted with or by APHIS Investigative and Enforcement Services (IES).
A laboratory study was conducted on determine the effect of Aphis nerii on the biology of C.
Fairfield, NJ, January 05, 2015 --(PR.com)-- USDA APHIS Approves Genetically Engineered Potato (2, 3)