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Re: cells and chloroplast

At 10:29 PM 08/17/1999 EDT, you wrote:
>I have a question for those on the list that do a lot of hybridizing.
>On Monday I was out weeding some pots and came a cross a seedling that had 
>nice variegated long leaves with green veins. The cotyledon was white with 
>specks of green.  Now my question is have there been any plants with white 
>leaves and green veins?  giving a striped appearance.
>Just my underused mind working over time.
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>unfortunally, they soon die.    indianabob

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