Author's statement: Mendel's research inspired my thoughts on the causes and consequences in seed morphology. Come to the undergraduate symposium next Saturday and I'll discuss how wrinkled and round seed may have consequences in growth and progeny.
This image was submitted by Kaytlynn Marceaux, senior in Biology, as part of the Image of Research competition sponsored by the University of Kansas Libraries. It was selected as the Grand Prize winner for 2015.
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