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Little is known about the molecular mechanisms by which the embryo proper and suspensor of plant embryos activate specific gene sets shortly after fertilization. We analyzed the upstream region of the scarlet runner bean (Phaseolus coccineus) G564 gene to understand how genes are activated specifically within the suspensor during early embryo development.(More)
Little is known about the molecular mechanisms by which the embryo proper and suspensor of plant embryos activate specific gene sets shortly after fertilization. We analyzed the upstream region of the Scarlet Runner Bean (Phaseolus coccineus) G564 gene in order to understand how genes are activated specifically in the suspensor during early embryo(More)
One of the major unsolved issues in plant development is understanding the regulatory networks that control the differential gene activity that is required for the specification and development of the two major embryonic regions, the embryo proper and suspensor. Historically, the giant embryo of scarlet runner bean (SRB), Phaseolus coccineus, has been used(More)
In the briefing "Heavy water: Where did India obtain it" by Mark Crawford (News & Comment, 12 Sept., p. 1148), the journal Foreign Affairs was incorrectly cited as the publisher of an article by Gary Milhollin of the Natural Resources Defense Council. Milhollin's analysis appears in the fall issue of Foreign Policy, Suite 900, 11 Dupont Circle, NW,(More)
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