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Some of the molecular machinery that governs flower formation has been uncovered in the daisy-like Gerbera plants.
Scientists at Yale University and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory employ "gene trapping" to identify many genes involved in the regulation of flower development. This is the first large-scale gene trap study on flower development, and provides extensive information on many genes likely to have critical roles in this essential stage of plant reproduction. This research, conducted with grant support from the National Science Foundation, is an excellent example of how modern molecular biology...
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