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Re: Rules?? of thumb

  • Subject: Re: Rules?? of thumb
  • From: "Andrew Lietzow" <alietzow@myfamily.com>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 11:08:49 -0500

RE:>>Of the species, yingeri seems to give the highest average percentage of yellow seedlings from green plants.

And, through Flow Cytometry, it can readily be determined whether the yellow seedlings are hybrids, were selfed, or OP'ed by an intruder and the cross only took for part of the seeds.  I'd like to have a couple of samples from folks who are wondering whether the plant is actually a hybrid or a sport, or from folks who are wondering whether specific plants are tets, trips, or dips.  

If you are interested, let me know.  I have several others that I'd like to check but  want to run only one batch this summer. 

Andrew, in Des Moines

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