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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences Appendix J Future Experiments in Plant Biology Currently Planned for the ISS FUNDED BY CODE UF M. Musgrave, University of Massachusetts. Biological and physical constraints on seed development in microgravity. 2004 or later. (01-019) G.W. Stutte, Dynamac Corp. Photosynthesis and metabolism of superdwarf wheat in microgravity (PESTO). Launch 8A/42. (96-01-269-2) G.W. Stutte, Dynamac Corp. Photosynthesis and metabolism of superdwarf wheat in microgravity (PASTA). 2003 or later. (96-01-269-1) G.W. Stutte, Dynamac Corp. Growth and development of Raphanus sativus in microgravity (RASTA). TBD. (96-04-291) R.J. Ferl, University of Florida. Transgenic plant biomonitors of spaceflight exposure. TBD. (98-02-299) J. Kiss, Miami University. Analysis of a novel sensory mechanism in root phototropism. TBD. (99-02/03-079) S.J. Roux, University of Texas. Early development of fern gametophytes. TBD. (99-02/03-140) FUNDED BY CODE UM W. Zhou, Wisconsin Center for Space Automation and Robotics, Madison. Advanced astroculture. 4 flights, increments 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7, 4/01-5/03. (ADVASC-GC-01/03)
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