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We study chromosome inheritance during cell division using the small flowering plant <i>[http://www.arabidopsis.org/portals/education/aboutarabidopsis.jsp Arabidopsis thaliana]</i>. Learn more about our research [[Chan:Research|here]].
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[[Image:haploids.jpg|thumb|left|365 px|Haploid plants - fancifully depicted here by [http://www.onemicron.com/ Janet Iwasa] - can be produced by manipulating centromeres.]]
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Revision as of 22:01, 24 March 2010


Chan Lab

"Finest haploids since 2009"
Department of Plant Biology at UC Davis



Welcome to Simon Chan's Lab

We study chromosome inheritance during cell division using the small flowering plant Arabidopsis thaliana.

Haploid plants - fancifully depicted here by Janet Iwasa - can be produced by manipulating centromeres.
Haploid plants - fancifully depicted here by Janet Iwasa - can be produced by manipulating centromeres.
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