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Cynthia M. Galloway c-galloway at TAMUK.EDU
Tue Oct 1 11:02:56 EST 1996


>
>Hi,
>
>I'm trying to prepare an experiment for my Plant Growth and Development
>class in which the students subject cauliflower to red and far red light to
>shift phytophrome from Pfr to Pr and back.  This is measured
>spectrophotometrically.  As I recall, it worked in grad school but, is not
>working now.  Any suggestions on what to do to get this to work or any
>alternate experiments?  I've already done the lettuce seed germination
>experiments and they worked.
>
>Cyndy Galloway
>Dept. of Biology
>Texas A&M University
>Kingsville, TX 78363
>
>(512) 593-3790
>c-galloway at tamuk.edu
>Dr. Cynthia M. Galloway
>Assoc. Professor of Biology
>Dept. of Biology
>Campus Box 158
>Texas A&M University
>Kingsville, TX 78363
>
>(512)593-3790
>
>
>
Dr. Cynthia M. Galloway
Assoc. Professor of Biology
Dept. of Biology
Campus Box 158
Texas A&M University
Kingsville, TX 78363

(512)593-3790




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