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Genetic Colored Eggs

April 8, 2012

colored eggs

In (pagan) celebration of the holidays, here are chickens bred to lay colored eggs.
For more about the chickens, also interestingly colored, see here.

Now I’m off to polish my lectures for my three-university tour of Oklahoma.
If you’re in Oklahoma, feel free to stop by:
Norman: OU Department of Microbiology, Wednesday April 11
Tulsa: Oral Roberts University, Science and Science Fiction Conference, Thursday April 12. Keynote lecture, “Evolution and Geocentrism in Science and Science Fiction,” at 9:30am
Stillwater: Oklahoma State Department of Zoology, Friday April 13. Margaret Ewing and Sydney Ewing Endowed Lecture, “Acid Stressed Bacteria in Science and Fiction.”

2 Comments
  1. April 8, 2012 8:59 pm

    Best song ever — Oklahoma! Have fun, Joan!

  2. April 9, 2012 1:04 am

    Pretty! We dyed our eggs. We also revived an old family tradition and made jello eggs, using bllown-out eggshells as molds for the jello (and homemade jello too). It’s a bit more complex than I thought, of course. That was part of the fun.

    Happy Ostara, and have fun, Joan!

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