This manuscript describes the effort of the ENCODE (Encyclopedia of DNA Elements) Consortium to examine the principles of human transcriptional regulatory networks, using a subset of 119 transcription factors. The results are integrated with other genomic information to form a multi-level meta-network in which different levels have distinct properties.
OEB is in the scholarly pursuit of a broad range of research and teaching interests. These many reports span field and laboratory studies that are key to understanding the evolution of organisms, how biodiversity is generated and maintained, how organisms work, and how organisms interact with their environment. These also span from the evolution and control of gene expression patterns within individuals and populations to the dynamics of ecosystems.
The period of growth between germination and flowering is known as the vegetative phase of plant development. During the vegetative phase, plants are busy carrying out photosynthesis and accumulating resources that will be needed for flowering and reproduction. Different types of plants show different growth habits. The movies in this link will document various growth processes that occur during the vegetative phase of development.
The Max-Planck-Institute of Evolutionary Biology consists currently of two departments, Evolutionary Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics, which employ a variety of methods and approaches to do basic research in evolutionary biology. A third department in Evolutionary Theory has been newly created. To learn more about this organization and to see some of their studies click here.