Links to other plant cell wall-related sites and sites that may be of general interest are listed below. You can jump to the individual categories by clicking on the following headings:

Plant Cell Walls CCRC Resources University of Georgia
Arabidopsis Plant Evolution Other Databases

Plant Cell Walls

Dan Cosgroves Expansin Page
Joss Rose Cell Wall Page
Cell Wall Genomics (Purdue)
Cellulose Electronic Network (U. Texas)
Glucan Synthase Genes (at Stanford)
Monoclonal Antibodies for Cell Walls

Pectin Producers Association
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Xyloglucan Transglucosylase-Hydrolase (XTH Page)
Wall BioNet
Wall BioNet (CCRC Mirror Site)
Wolf-Dieter Reiter Lab (U. Conn)


DOE Bioenergy Research Centers

DOE Bioenergy Science Center (BESC, located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
DOE Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC, located at The University of Wisconsin-Madison)
DOE Joint Bioenergy Institute (JBEI, located at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)


Arabidopsis - Seeds, Mutants, and Clones
Lehle Seed Company
The Arabidopsis On-Line Book

Arabidopsis Gene Collection (SIGnal - SALK Inst.)

Plants, Evolution, and Phylogeny

Angiosperm Phylogeny
Boron and Plants
Ceratopteris (C-Fern)
Green Plant Phylogeny ("Deep Green")
Equisetum (Sphenopsids - "Horsetails")
Lycopods (Club mosses)
Missouri Botanical Garden
NCBI Taxonomy Browser

Oxidative Stress
Plant Images (U. Wisconsin)
Plant Systematics
Plants in Motion
Psilotum (Whisk Ferns)
Seedless Vascular Plants
Tree of Life
USDA Plant Database
U. Texas Algal Collection
Vascular Plant Image Gallery

Resources available at the CCRC

CCRC Homepage
Analytical Services
Electron Impact Mass Spectra of Partially Methylated Alditol Acetates
GRA-UGA NMR Facility
NMR Spectroscopy Center
Proton NMR Spectra of Xyloglucan Oligosaccharides
CCRC Publications Database
Substrates for Wall Biosynthesis (CarboSource Services)
Synthesis of Carbohydrates

Other Databases

Carbohydrate-Active Enzymes (CAZY)

University of Georgia

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Plant Biology (Botany)
The Plant Center
Botany Greenhouses

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