In article <2oi5au$9iq at search01.news.aol.com>, pondaray at aol.com (PONDARAY)
> In article <z7u3.2.0 at UNBSJ.CA>, z7u3 at UNBSJ.CA (GEOFFREY D. FOUGERE) writes:
>> Geoff: There was a geneticist at the University of Tennessee who is the US
> authority on this fern. He did some amazing genetic studies and could provide
> you with all the information you require and perhaps some stocks. It is a very
> useful plant for basic genetic studies as it is so simple to manipulate. I can
> not remember is name at the moment but he was in the botany department about
> five years ago. We did a project with him and Ceratopteris might have been even
> more useful than arabidopsis which now has much attention. Good luck! WHB
The researcher in question is Les Hickok, and a reference is - Can. J. Bot.
69: 2616 (1991).