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1. Andrew DeWoody in laboratory Andrew DeWoody in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue Colleges and Departments. Purdue scientist Andrew DeWoody has found that a group of genes is less important in mate choice than once thought.

2. Gene Rhodes, head and shoulders portrait Gene Rhodes, head and shoulders portrait Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue Colleges and Departments. Gene Rhodes, a Purdue professor of forestry and natural resources, found that animals can gain access to runways and infield areas at small airports in Indiana, and likely...

3. Chang Lu and student in laboratory Chang Lu and student in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue's Chang Lu, from left, in the lab with graduate student Hsiang-Yu Wang. Lu, a Purdue assistant professor of agricultural and biological engineering, has found that how fat cells become after passing...

4. Dennis Buckmaster and Bart Coffman in laboratory Dennis Buckmaster and Bart Coffman in laboratory Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue Colleges and Departments. Dennis Buckmaster, in foreground, and research assistant Bart Coffman found that shredding corn plant residue, know as stover, rather than chopping, may provide easier...

5. Andrew DeWoody, holding feather Andrew DeWoody, holding feather Purdue University--Faculty;Feathers Purdue Colleges and Departments. Andrew DeWoody studies eagles by using DNA in their feathers to track their movements and habits. This technique allows DeWoody to study larger populations and prevents...

6. Robert Swihart next to tree Robert Swihart next to tree Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue Colleges and Departments. Robert Swihart, professor of forestry and natural resources, found that pine voles, when given a choice, prefer to eat oak roots. Swihart believes voles are part of the...

7. Janna Beckerman examining a tree Janna Beckerman examining a tree Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Trees Purdue Colleges and Departments. Janna Beckerman examines a Ralph Shay crabapple tree that is infected with apple scab. The fungus shows up as brown lesions on the leaves and fruit of crabapple trees,...

8. Nick Carpita in laboratory with corn stalks Nick Carpita in laboratory with corn stalks Purdue University;Research;Corn Nick Carpita displays a collection of corn stalks he and fellow Purdue researchers are examining. Some of the stalk sections are hollow while others are solid with cellulosic material. The solid stalks...

9. Chang Lu, Robert Geahlen and Jun Wang, group portrait Chang Lu, Robert Geahlen and Jun Wang, group portrait Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; A new method developed by Purdue researchers, from left, Chang Lu, Robert Geahlen and Jun Wang allows them to detect movement of proteins within cells, important for cancer cell development and other cell...

10. Joseph Garner and Brianna Gaskill in laboratory with lab mice Joseph Garner and Brianna Gaskill in laboratory with lab mice Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Lab mice, given the proper materials, can build nests as elaborate as their wild counterparts. This is a behavior that Purdue researcher Joseph Garner, from left, and graduate student Brianna Gaskill said...

11. Bill Muir standing near chickens Bill Muir standing near chickens Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Purdue's Bill Muir was part of an international research team that found commercial birds are missing more than half of the genetic diversity native to the species. The researchers suggest that interbreeding...

12. Andreas Westphal holding plant roots Andreas Westphal holding plant roots Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Root-knot nematodes, recently confirmed in southern Indiana, can cause extensive damage to soybeans, corn and watermelon, three of the main cash crops in that area of the Midwest.¬ Purdue plant pathologist¬...

13. Bill Muir standing near chickens Bill Muir standing near chickens Purdue University; Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette; Bill Muir is co-project director for the world's first breeding program to use an animal genome. The multimillion dollar industry and university partnership will test a more efficient method for selecting...
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