In Situ Hybridization Process

In Situ Hybridization Process An in situ hybridization process reveals the accumulation of a specific type of RNA—Apetala 1—in a mutant Arabidopsis flower. Looking at the flower in this state provides scientists with details about the development of the flower's sepals, petals, stamens, and carpels.

Photo by: Martin Yanosfsky/University of California at San Diego