Molec. systematics studies of sugar/black maples?

S1.DAQ at ISUMVS.IASTATE.EDU S1.DAQ at ISUMVS.IASTATE.EDU
Wed May 21 15:08:46 EST 1997


I have been asked to forward the following request for information from a
graduate student in Horticulture here at Iowa State.

Please reply directly to Rolston -- e-mail address:  rolston at iastate.edu --
rather than posting to the list.

Thanks from both of us for any information provided.
Deb
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Deborah Q. Lewis, Curator
Ada Hayden Herbarium                            Ph.: [1]515/294-9499
Department of Botany                            FAX: [1]515/294-1337
Iowa State University                    E-mail:  dlewis at iastate.edu
Ames, IA  50011-1020  U.S.A.
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I'm a graduate student in Horticulture interested in the genetic diversity
of Acer saccharum (sugar maple) and A. nigrum (black maple).  Please notify
me of any literature citations or other information about allozyme analyses
or other molecular studies for these taxa.  Please reply directly to me as I
do not subscribe to this newsgroup.

Thanks in advance,
Rolston St.-Hilaire
rolston at iastate.edu




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