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Measurement of Xylem Content

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Old 02-17-2004, 05:37 PM
Ihab O. Ismail
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Default Measurement of Xylem Content



Dear Arabidopsis Community,

I am searching for laboratories that conduct, as a part of their work,
quantitative measurements of xylem contents (e.g. comparing amino acid
contents between plants, etc.).


Please drop me an e-mail if you or your lab conducts such experiments.


Kind Regards,

Ihab Ismail, Ph.D. Candidate
Plant Molecular Biology Research
Department of Horticulture (0327)
Virginia Tech-Blacksburg,VA 24061
Lab: (540) 231-3288

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