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Tracking Sugar Movement in Plants

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4/8/2014 12:00 AM
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Science Daily (Apr. 8): “Tracking Sugar Movement in Plants"

Brittany Wienclaw '15, who was a summer intern as part of the DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship program at Brookhaven, conducted an essential experiment supporting the new theory that plant sugars play a dominant role in regulating branching at plant stems. While branching has relevance in agriculture, it is also very important in bioenergy crop production.

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