I’ve always been fascinated by plant genetics, from flower developmental genetics in Arabidopsis to the most basic phototropism seen in common house plants. Plants are just really cool organisms. Today I share a video produced by KQED about albino redwoods and the first attempts to understand the Redwood genome. It’s a great way to start spring and the month of April which ends in Earth Day and includes, in the U.S., National DNA Day. Enjoy!
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