Deng Lab


Department of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology

Yale University

This image shows three Arabidopsis seedlings which are (from left): wild type grown in the light, wild type grown in the dark, cop mutant grown in the dark. Notice that the dark-grown cop mutant essentially mimics the light-grown wild type.

 

 

In Deng lab, we study the light control mechanisms involved in Arabidopsis thaliana seedling development. Click here for details.

 

Deng lab is part of the Yale Plant Genomics Group

 

We are located in the Dept.of MCDB at Yale University.


 

Our publications and reprints

People

Lab News

Summary of the pleiotropic COP/DET/FUS genes

Databases and original genomic data

Related sites

On-line journals


Mailing address:
MCDB Yale University _
352 OML,165 Prospect St.
New Haven, CT 06520-8104 USA
Phone:
+1(203)432-8909
FAX:
+1(203)432-3204

 

 

Research in our laboratory is/has been supported by:
NIH, NSF, USDA, HFSP, BARD, Research Council of Tobacco and other agencies.