Bio/Euglena chlorophyll comparison with Ferns

Larry Daley daleyl at ava.bcc.orst.edu
Mon May 6 13:27:35 EST 1996


Richard:

I have a number of in vivo spectra of plants.  If these are suitable
please send me your snail mail address for reprints.


larry daley
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> Help requested please. I've done an absorption spectrum analysis on both
> Euglena gracilis and
> a common house fern. This was done in order to show an evolutionary
> connection between the
> euglena and a primitive plant. I was hoping that someone had completed a
> similar procedure,
> (with some kind of plant). I am trying to find out about previous
> comparisons of this nature, and
> perhaps some brief results of the study. If obtainable, these findings
> could be used to compare
> with my own to contrast. Any known references or background information
> would be most
> appreciated. Thank-you.
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