Carolyn Rasmussen Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California, USA
4 protocols

Sareen Leon 1 protocol

Alison Mills 1 protocol

Raquel Dieffenbacher Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, Center for Plant Cell Biology, Institute for Integrative Genome Biology, University of California, USA, USA,
1 protocol

Lindy A. Allsman
  • Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside, USA, USA,
Research focus
  • Plant science
  • 2 Author merit

Education

B.A., University of California, Riverside, USA, 2008

Current position

Lab Assistant II, Botany and Plant Sciences, University of Calfornia, Riverside, USA

Publications

  1. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lindy_Allsman
2 Protocols published
Using Seed Chipping to Genotype Maize Kernels
Authors:  Alison M. Mills, Lindy A. Allsman, Sareen Leon and Carolyn G. Rasmussen, date: 03/20/2020, view: 205, Q&A: 0
Zea mays (maize) is an important model organism for studying monocot growth and development. Genotyping maize in the greenhouse or field can be time consuming and costly. Here, we describe a method to remove or chip a small amount of the ...
Glue Impressions of Maize Leaves and Their Use in Classifying Mutants
Authors:  Lindy A. Allsman, Raquel N. Dieffenbacher and Carolyn G. Rasmussen, date: 04/05/2019, view: 1681, Q&A: 0
Maize cells are surrounded by cell walls that can be easily visualized using a simple protocol outlined below. A glue impression is an imprint of maize epidermal cells on a glass slide made using a cyanoacrylate-based glue (super glue) that produces ...
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