This category is for sites concerned with the science of heredity and variation in plants which began with the work of Gregor Mendel in the mid-nineteenth century.
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C-Fern: A Plant for Teaching and Research
Educational materials for teaching plant biology using hands-on and inquiry-based investigations and independent student-initiated research. Uses the tropical homosporous fern genus Ceratopteris as a model plant system.
Centre for Genetic Resources, The Netherlands (CGN)
Provides information on research and protocols and crop collections including European and international reference collections of Brassica and Lettuce. Includes a searchable database.
Cereal functional genomics at the University of Bristol. Bioinformatics tools for wheat and maize research including digital differential display, BLAST, electronic Northern blots and microarray analysis.
DNA LandMarks, Inc.
Develop molecular plant breeding tools.Research includes molecular mapping, map-based cloning, and DNA markers.
Database of motifs found in plant cis-acting regulatory DNA elements in vascular plants and their variations in other genes or in other plant species are also compiled.
Plant Breeding - North Carolina State University
Offers a range of information on research programs, courses, and crops. Includes facilities, history, meetings, and photographs.
Plant Genome Mapping Laboratory at the University of Georgia
Identify and implement DNA diagnostic tools that are predictive of specific plant characteristics, and identify genes that are responsible for plant development, evolution, or agriculture.
Plant Molecular Biology Lab at Penn State
Basic and applied research in plant biotechnology and molecular biology by Mark Guiltinan.
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