Gary P. Howland

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Ribosomal-RNAs of two species of red algae (Porphyridium aerugineum and Griffithsia pacifica) and a blue-green alga (Phormidium persicinium) were examined by the method of polycrylamide gel electrophoresis. The results of this study indicate that red algal cytoplasmic rRNAs have molecular weights (1.21 m and 0.54–0.58 m) which are the lowest of any other(More)
Genic allozyme polymorphism and heterozygosity was studied in a large population of the evening primrose, Oenothera biennis, growing in North Haven, Connecticut. This species is a permanent structural heterozygote for the entire complement of 14 chromosomes, and is thus capable of accumulating and maintaining genic heterozygosity. A total of 11 protein(More)
S OF PAPERS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE JOINT SESSIONS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PLANT TAXONOMISTS AND THE SYSTEMATICS SECTION OF THE BOTANICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA AT THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES MEETINGS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, MINNEAPOLIS, 27 AUGUST-1 SEPTEMBER 1972 A d a m s , R o b e r t P . Colorado State University, Ft.(More)
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