Grass Genome

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In recent years, scientists have spent a great deal of their time mapping genomes. The complex world of genetics and DNA occasionally hits the headlines - and, famously, the mapping of the Human Genome was completed in 2003. A new project announced by Aberystwyth University has been given 1.6 million pounds to map the genome of ryegrass. To explain the significance of the project, and Aberystwyth's long association with the study of ryegrass, Adam is joined by Dr Ian Armstead of the university's Institute of Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences

Cyfnod24 Mai 2009

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  • Teitl Lolium perenne physical mapping project.
    Graddau amlygrwyddCenedlaethol
    Math y cyfrwngRadio
    Gwlad/TiriogaethTeyrnas Unedig Prydain Fawr a Gogledd Iwerddon
    Dyddiad cyhoeddi24 Mai 2009
    DisgrifiadIn recent years, scientists have spent a great deal of their time mapping genomes. The complex world of genetics and DNA occasionally hits the headlines - and, famously, the mapping of the Human Genome was completed in 2003. A new project announced by Aberystwyth University has been given 1.6 million pounds to map the genome of ryegrass. To explain the significance of the project, and Aberystwyth's long association with the study of ryegrass, Adam is joined by Dr Ian Armstead of the university's Institute of Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences
    URLwww.bbc.co.uk/wales/radiowales/sites/sciencecafe/updates/20090524.shtml
    UnigolionIan Armstead