R. W. Kessler

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Green Ulvophyte macroalgae represent attractive model systems for understanding growth, development, and evolution. They are untapped resources for food, fuel, and high-value compounds, but can also form nuisance blooms. To fully analyze green seaweed morphogenesis, controlled laboratory-based culture of these organisms is required. To date, only a single(More)
Both cDNA microarray and spectroscopic data provide indirect information about the chemical compounds present in the biological tissue under consideration. In this paper simple univariate and bivariate measures are used to investigate correlations between both types of high dimensional analyses. A large dataset of 42 hemp samples on which 3456 cDNA clones(More)
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