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View Resource PlantsP: Functional Genomics of Plant Phosphorylation

Funded by the plant genome program of the National Science Foundation and developed at the University of California-San Diego, PlantsP offers a searchable database for the study of protein kinases and phosphatases. PlantsP is intended to facilitate a "genome wide approach" to discovering the roles of these enzymes in regulating plant function. A number of database and search options are...

View Resource Integrating Science and Math for Elementary Education Majors

The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) has compiled a collection of mathematics resources related to various subjects and disciplines. ?Math Across the Community College Curriculum? is the title of the collection, which includes great math resources and applications for educators and students alike. Carol Hay and Jessie Klein from Middlesex Community College cre...

View Resource Partnership for Plant Geonomics Education (PPGE)

The Partnership for Plant Genomics Education (PPGE) is dedicated to developing an educational program dealing with plant genomics and biotechnology that is targeted towards secondary level students. Their intent is to help cultivate an informed citizenry that understands the concepts and issues involved in the burgeoning field of genomics and biotechnology. Goals of the PPGE include the creation...

View Resource Bacterial Transformation with Green Fluorescent Protein

From the University of California, Davis, Partnership for Plant Genomics Education, this biotechnology laboratory is a five-day activity with bacterial transformations and green fluorescent protein. ?In this lab activity, students will attempt to cause a wild type strain of E. coli to incorporate and express a plasmid containing a gene that codes for a green fluorescent protein (GFP). The s...

View Resource Plant Genome Research Outreach Portal

Based at the Iowa State University, the mission of the Plant Genome Research Outreach Portal (PGROP) is "to provide a centralized access point for location plant genome research outreach activities, programs and resources." The site contains fact sheets, lesson plans, and other materials for students and educators, including specifically themed resources on crops like maize, rice, sorghum,...

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