dna finger printing of medicinally important plants

David B. Hedrick davidbhedrick at icx.net
Fri Mar 10 04:13:06 EST 2000


bioinformatics:

	"Bioinformatics" is such an impersonal name to call you by, though
relevant.  Am I speaking to Rudradaman?  

	This is the US National Center for Biotechnology Information
<http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/>.  

	This is the USDA plant database
<http://plants.usda.gov/plants/home_page.html>.  

	These are both rich sources of information.  And have links to other
places.  So can I ask for some back?  Which medicinal plants are you
interested in?  By looking at micro satellite DNA you are looking at a
"fast clock" part of the DNA, as opposed to rDNA which would be a
relatively slow clock.  So I'm guessing that you are looking for close
relatives of economically significant plants via DNA.  Am I close?  
	It would be so much easier for me if you gave more details.  
	You could also try your question in <bionet.plants>.  
	Via email it you wish. 

 
> I am doing research on dna finger printing of medicinally important plants
> based on micro satellite DNA probe/primer on flowering plants(angiosperms).
> can anybody doing work on the same research of any help to me.
> If any body provide me the literature or guide me some website addresses, i
> would be very thankful to him.
> 
> Rudradaman

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		~DBH

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