Flowering plants found in north temperate regions. Arabidopsis thaliana is widely used for experiments in plant genetics .
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Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR)
Comprehensive information resources for the scientific community working with this model plant. Includes a searchable relational database with a range of datatypes.
Links to arabidopsis online information, including informatica and stock centres, genetic maps and physical map graphics .
Bionet.Genome Arabidopsis Newsgroup Archive
Electronic communication forums used by biological scientists worldwide. No fees are charged for the service.
Chentao Lin Laboratory
Studies the regulation of arabidopsis development by photoreceptors, with an emphasis of the blue light receptor cryptochrome 2 . Features staff profiles, publications, and journals.
Genomes: Arabidopsis thaliana
Arabidopsis thaliana is used widely in experiments on plants because it short-lived, grows very quickly, is small in physical size and has a relatively small genome. Project at the Genome Center at Washington University, USA.
Determine the end sequences of the BAC clones from both TAMU and IGF libraries. Includes results, preparation protocols, and sequence and chromatogram visualisation.
Supplier of arabidopsis seeds, products, literature and services. Features a range of resources and links, including publications, news groups, software, and teaching.
NASC The European Arabidopsis Stock Centre
Provides seed and information resources to the International Arabidopsis Genome Programme and the wider research community. Includes catalog, staff profiles, protocols, and links
Salk Institute Genomic Analysis Laboratory
Global expression studies. Features genomic annotation, full-length cDNA sequence and insertion mutant databases.
The TIGR Arabidopsis thaliana Database
Provides a collection of information on genome research, including chromosomes, RNA gene table, gene survey charts, and sequence data.
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