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Tet fertility

I have a whole bunch of tetraploid hostas ( or Hosta) Unfortunately 
most are just dark green like Second Wind. Let first check wether 
you have atet or not. If you are interested just send me a offset and 
I will measure the total amount of DNA per nucleus
C Falstad wrote:
suppose another good test would be to cross it with a known 
tetraploid and see if the progeny are fertile either with it self or other
I am afraid it works otherwise:
Suppose we have 4 species AA and BB and CC and DD
We cross AA x BB  and get the hybrid AB
We cross CC x DD and get the hybrid CD
Both are made tetraploid so we have AABB and CCDD Both of 
these can be fertile. If we cross these two tetraploids 
AABB x CCDD we get ABCD and this will likely be sterile with its 4 
different chromosome sets!
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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