Long-term studies conducted in experimental forests provide data essential for developing statistical and conceptual models predicting the regeneration and development of forest species under different disturbance regimes (e.g., fire, harvesting, drought, disease), light levels controlled by amount of canopy closure, and the underlying environmental factors controlling water and nutrient supply.A majority of these studies are maintained by NRS-11 staff and scientists.Our study establishes that five of the cucumber's seven chromosomes arose from fusions of ten ancestral chromosomes after divergence from Cucumis melo.The sequenced cucumber genome affords insight into traits such as its sex expression, disease resistance, biosynthesis of cucurbitacin and 'fresh green' odor. Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 59(1): 279-289. Material culture of Gatecliff Shelter: Basketry, cordage, and miscellaneous fiber constructions. We also identify 686 gene clusters related to phloem function.The cucumber genome provides a valuable resource for developing elite cultivars and for studying the evolution and function of the plant vascular system.
(New York: Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 61 (1) 1985).
Cucumber is an economically important crop as well as a model system for sex determination studies and plant vascular biology.
Here we report the draft genome sequence of Cucumis sativus var.
Mountain-Plains Museums Conference Proceedings, 12: 1990. Picturing Cultures: Historical Photographs in Anthropological Inquiry.
Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, pp.