Rachel Hemsley

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Bidirectional promoters are common in genomes but under-studied experimentally, particularly in plants. We describe a targeted identification and selection of a subset of putative bidirectional promoters to identify genes involved in seed development and to investigate possible coordinated responses of gene pairs to conditions important in seed maturation(More)
Two outbreaks of marble spleen disease were observed in pen-raised pheasants in Ontario on the same farm in the summer of 1971 and in 1972. In both instances, a mortality of 3% per day lasted for approximately 14 days. Fifteen birds were necropsied and tissues removed and examined histologically and by electron microscopy. In addition splenic material was(More)
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