Purpose: iPlant's "Genotype to Phenotype" Grand Challenge generates computational tools to help scientists understand gene and environment interaction.
The first educational product released by iPlant, DNA Subway (www.dnasubway.org) presents complex scientific tools and data in an intuitive and appealing interface, and makes high-level genome analysis broadly available to students and educators. "Riding"
Some of the plants, animals, and microorganisms used by researchers as "model" biological systems.
Training in Advanced Genomic Biology for Chinese Students at CSHL
The Maize Genome Project is the culmination of a century of maize research at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory that began with George Shull and continued with Nobel Laureate Barbara McClintock.
The colored flower of a pea plant.
"The New Decalogue of Science," by Albert Edward Wiggam (8)
Plant cell drawings (Reverse of image #393)
Children resemble their parents.
H. Laughlin's letter to C. Holmgren recommending C. Davenport for Nobel Prize (1)