Biological nitrogen fixation.
Rob Harper Supercomputer Centre Finland
harper at csc.fi
Fri Oct 5 17:13:16 EST 1990
In article <9010051655.AA19165 at genbank.bio.net>, KBIO10%DKLUNI01 at PUCC.PRINCETON.EDU (Klaus) writes:
> HELLO TO EVERYBODY ON THE NET!
> FOR A RESEARCH PROJECT CONCERNING WITH THE EVOLUTION OF STORAGE PROTEINS
> IN PHASEOLUS (BEANS), I WOULD NEED SPECIFIED SEED SAMPLES OF DIFFERENT
> PHASEOLUS SPECIES.
> THANKS IN ADVANCE!
> KLAUS SCHUMANN
> SCHUMANN at DKLUNI01.BITNET
I have just started a few months ago a new list called BNFNET-L
(Biological Nitorogen Fixation Network) it is running on LISTSERV
at FINHUTC. I have copied your message to that list since you might
get more response from there than from Bionews.
If you want to become a member of the list you can send a mail message
to the following address:
LISTSERV at FINHUTC
Leave the subject line of the mail message blank and in the main body
of the text write
SUBSCRIBE BNFNET-L Klaus Schumann
You should then begin to receive messages regarding Biological Nitrogen
Fixation. At the moment we have the NIFTAL group from Hawaii, the Dundee
and Sussex groups from the UK, and the World database for culture collection
(Japan) and many other people who are interested in Nitrogen fixation.
Give it a spin if you are interested... and that goes for anyone who
does research into BNF.
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